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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...

Dr. Ali Javanbakht Debunks COVID-19 Conspiracies

Jonathan Chavez Marketing Director Responses have been lightly edited for clarity. With...

Testing Animals for COVID-19

Aiyana Fraas Staff Writer Getting test kits for COVID-19 has been difficult and costly, yet places...

New App Will “FLIP” the Way You Study

Annie Huang As college students, we all have goals: study for our classes, get a workout in, develop our hobbies, or differentiate ourselves at our...

Two Sides to a Story: Instagram Creates Culture of ‘Sampling’ Other Social Media Platforms

Spencer Wu Staff Writer A feature where people can post Stories on their feed headlines photo-sharing app Instagram's newest update. The update's similarity to Snapchat’s Story feature,...

New ‘Samsung Pay’ App Coins a Different Way to Pay

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration By Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator Samsung may be late to the mobile wallet party, but it sure made a head-turning entrance. Samsung’s new...

Five Questions with Professor Howard Winant on Racial Theory

Charlotte Hovey Contributing Writer Dr. Howard Winant is a professor of sociology at UCSB who started teaching during the 1970s. Along with Michael Omi, Winant developed...

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...
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UCSB Psychedelics Club Explores Psychedelic Usage and Research

Richard Smith Staff Writer Dustin Garner, a third-year biochemistry and molecular biology major, is a member of the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Psychedelics Club which meets...

Julia: A Solution to the Two-Language Programming Problem

Matt Shamshoian Python. C++. C. R. This blur of programming languages can get a little confusing, even for the most seasoned computer scientists. The confusion...