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Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

Seals Die from Harmful Algae Bloom

The Bottom Line Staff Report Spring brings about flourishing plant life in the ocean as well as on land. Phytoplankton blooms off the coast of...

The Best Black Friday Deals of 2019

Christine Ho and Bradley Kahn Layout Editor and Contributing Writer It’s almost Black Fri-YAY, fellow Gauchos! Whether you’re looking for some in-store retail therapy to decompress...

Five Questions with Professor John Greathouse on Business and Personal Development

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter Here at UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), the Technology Management Program (TMP) is a widely popular certificate. Whether a student is interested...

COVID-19 Updates: University Action, Health Guidance, and Misinformation

Daniel KuContributing Writer With more than 1.6 million infections and more than 100,000 deaths spread across 213 countries and...

Curology: The Online Dermatologist

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer For many of us, our looks are important. Generally, any problems people have with blemishes can be fixed through makeup, various creams...

World War III: The Battle of the Intelligences

Sofia Lyon Staff Writer Given the strides made in technology since the end of World War II, and with the degree of political unrest which largely...

Five Questions with Professor Thomas Barrett on Music and Philosophy

Noe Padilla News Editor Thomas Barrett is a new assistant professor in the philosophy department at UC Santa Barbara (UCSB). He’s only been teaching at the...

Apeel Sciences: The UCSB Technology Management Start-Up That Could

Krystal Chen Staff Writer Apeel Sciences is a U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB) Technology Management Program-based startup that develops plant-based, edible preservatives. According to the United Nations...

Platform Holly Decommissioned

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor Platform Holly, the iconic structure off the coast of Goleta, will be the first oil rig off the coast of...

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...