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A Closer Look at UCSB’s Anthropology Department

Lauren Luna Contributing Writer When most people hear about anthropology, they either think of Indiana Jones or overpriced vintage clothes from the mall. What many don’t...

UCSB’s New Venture Competition Provides Business Experience for Student Entrepreneurs

Krystal Chen Staff Writer On Oct. 24, the UCSB Technology Management Program (TMP) held its second info session for the 21st annual New Venture Competition (NVC),...

Take Caution Before You Tinder

Kyle Dent A.S. Beat Reporter Dating in I.V. is difficult (at least for the facially impaired — don’t rub it in), and wading through hordes of...

Microsoft Reveals New Visual Search Engine

Krystal Chen Staff Writer The enormity of data within our modern-day society both aids and facilitates the lives of many individuals, but questions arise as a...

UCSB’s Wandering Mountain Lion

Teren'e Chambers Contributing Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 8, a mountain lion was sighted near Orfalea Family Children's Center in the afternoon.   This was just the latest in...

Say Yes to CS!

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter As the new year begins, many students analyze their major and career choices — taking a wide range of courses in...

The Science of Music

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor Music gives us unique insights into pop culture that reflect dominant social views, shared values, stylistic trends, and even our own psychology....

UCSB Postdoc Explores Uncharted Territory in Women’s Health

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Sex hormones aid in the physiological transformation of the human body during various life stages such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. While...

UCSB Professor Studying Active Matter Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Noah Treiman Contributing Writer UCSB’s physics professor Cristina Marchetti was recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) for her study of active matter. The NAS...

UCSB Engineering Students Design ‘Rally Rig’ to Break Physical Limitations in Filmmaking

Xander Apicella Science and Tech Editor The Rally Rig is a mechanical engineering (ME) capstone project designed to help those with impaired motor function be filmmakers...