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Dream Catcher for NASA

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Space Systems have been selected by NASA for a contract to provide cargo delivery, return and disposal services...

Data Science Project Showcase Awards Innovative and Impactful Projects

Xander Apicella Staff Writer The student-run Data Science @ UCSB group held a project showcase on Apr. 17, to show off the projects members have been...

Researchers Discover Way to ‘Turn Off’ Antibiotics

Cheyenne Ziermann Illustration by Silvia Quach A research team at Holland’s University of Groningen has come up with a way to turn off antibiotic agents after...

Doctor Puts Self on the Surgery Table to Free Locked-In Patients

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer Thirty years ago, there was a paralyzed patient named Jean-Dominique Bauby who was unable to move any part of her body. Her...

Bureau of Land Management Wrestles with Potential Legislation

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...

Walking Fish Are Another Step Toward Evolution

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Imagine a salamander speeding away from you as you walk around your favorite part of campus. Now exchange the legs for fins...

Madagascar Plagued with Bubonic Outbreak

Carolina Watts A recent outbreak of bubonic plague on the island of Madagascar’s most densely populated cities has left 67 people dead as of Oct....

The Psychological Effects of COVID-19 on Students

Lauren Marnel ShoresEditor-in-Chief On March 14, Chancellor Henry T. Yang announced that the university would transition to remote instruction...

Summit Held at UCSB to Prevent Ships Colliding with Whales

Hannah Maerowitz A ship crew coasts into port, suddenly realizing that they’ve brought something else on shore aside from their intended cargo: remnants of a...

San Andreas Earthquake is Quite Shocking

Quincy Lee Staff Writer Natural disasters are as fascinating as they are dangerous. Major earthquakes have struck hard in recent years. Haiti is still recovering from...