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Tuesday, November 24th 2020

The Search for a COVID-19 Vaccine

Ben FioricaContributing Writer As of April 26, there have been 2,971,477 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. Of those cases,...

The Science of Love

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Picture this: you’re walking through the Arbor on a sunny Santa Barbara day, when all of a sudden you see them: the...

SpaceX Impresses with the Falcon 9 Rocket

Dylan Goldman Staff Writer After minor difficulties and two delays, SpaceX finally launched a single core of their  anticipated Falcon 9 rocket along with two subsidiary...

Four Quirky Home Remedies to Replace Your Cold Medicine

Aryana Sherzai The endless midterm season at UCSB has commenced, and getting sick is not on any student’s agenda. Those who have already contracted the...

Sir Anthony Cheetham Becomes UCSB’s First Knighted Professor

Edward Colmenares Isla Vista Beat Reporter Sir Anthony Cheetham of Manchester, a materials chemistry research professor here at U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB), is set to receive...

UCSB Student Health Offers Telehealth Services, COVID-19 Testing

Ariel AndresContributing Writer In a virtual interview with The Bottom Line (TBL), Interim Student Health Service Executive Director...

House Science Committee’s Climate Change Denial is a Red Flag

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...

Reddit Use May Be Good for Mental Health, Study Shows

Sabrina Bui Reddit has gained a notorious reputation online and offline: the website is infamous as a hub for users who support unsavory topics such...

A Spotlight On UCSB’s Flourishing Physics Department

Nicole Luu Contributing Writer The physics department at UCSB has grown into one of the largest undergraduate physics departments in the U.S., due in large part...

Carbon Farming Coming to Santa Barbara

Tanner Walker Staff Writer Carbon ranching is coming to Santa Barbara, but farmers aren’t growing carbon — they’re putting it back into the ground. With the help of...