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Ebola Lingers in Eye of Recovered Patient, Changing Eye Color

Kristie Chairil Dr. Ian Crozier’s blood was free of Ebola when he was discharged from Emory University Hospital in October 2014 after a dangerous struggle...

Preview: First Annual UCSB Womxn/Hacks Aims to Empower Female Programmers

Annie Huang Staff Writer UCSB will host its first hackathon specifically aimed towards women, Womxn/Hacks, this upcoming January. The event takes place over one weekend and...

Punkt MP01: A Nostalgic Nuance of Nothingness

Matthew Lee Punkt, a Swiss company that specializes in consumer electronics, prides itself on the design of the MP01, a cellular device that focuses on...

George Degen Wins UCSB’s 7th Annual Grad Slam

Xander Apicella Science and Tech Editor On Friday, Apr. 19, George Degen — a chemical engineering grad student at UCSB — won the seventh annual Grad...

Five Questions with Dr. Simon Thornton: Art in the Age of COVID-19

Ethan Yu Contributing Writer Dr. Simon Thornton is a postdoctoral scholar and lecturer in the Humanities...

Three UCSB Students Awarded Prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Three University of California, Santa Barbara students have been selected as the recipients of a scholarship as part of the Barry Goldwater Scholarship...

Genetically Engineered Mini Pigs Allow People to Bring Home the Bacon

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration by April Gau, Staff Illustrator People in Shenzhen, China can soon bring home the bacon, in the form of dinner or a...

From Corpses to Compost

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Illustration by Luis Bondoc, Staff Illustrator The musical Once on this Island concludes with the protagonist transforming into a tree after her death—and...

U.S. Army: Calling All Biodegradable Bullet Builders

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...

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...