Tuesday, March 21st 2017

Jack Shea Lately, American politicians have been distrusting scientists over well-scrutinized and supported research, including climate change issues, sexuality, evolution, and more. Political action advocating...

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer According to new satellite pictures, North Korea has restarted a reactor for producing plutonium in the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Institute. A Johns...

Jack Shea “I’ll stay up for an extra hour or go an extra couple of consecutive days forgoing sleep to get that assignment done...

Kayli Walker Staff Writer In addition to the social issues surrounding immigration reform, President Donald Trump’s wall will have massive environmental and economic impacts if constructed....

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor While student publications around California extensively cover student food insecurity, agricultural innovation, and food reviews, no one does it as religiously...

Tanner Walker Staff Writer The United States Committee on Science, Space, and Technology continued the current presidential administration’s denial of climate change last Sunday when it...

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor Consumer trends reflect the priorities of the population. With purchasing power, people have been electing for healthier items in their...

Nadean Hurtado Ever wanted to try something new to help save the environment but never known how to go about doing it? The Department of...

Tanner Walker Staff Writer Just over a week after Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz introduced a bill that would dispose of more than three million acres of...

Jack Shea Lars Bildsten, a University of California, Santa Barbara professor in theoretical physics, received the 2017 Dannie Heineman Prize for Astrophysics last month. Answering...