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Preview: Recruitment Commences for Fifth Annual SB Hacks Event

Claudia Mazur SB Hacks, an organization that organizes the biggest hackathon on campus, has begun the process of recruiting volunteers and hackers for the fifth...

Activision Blizzard Buys Itself Out for $8.2 Billion

Peter Crump Activision Blizzard Inc., a video game holdings company and the product of a merger between video game publishers Activision and Vivendi in 2008,...

Top 5 Scholarship Websites

Ashley Golden Technology Editor It’s that time of year when students start looking and applying for scholarships, and with the increasing cost of tuition and decreasing...

Drone Use in the Entertainment Industry and Beyond

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Ever since drone usage has increased in the military, they have been viewed as instruments that push the boundaries of science and...

Popular Online Dating Sites for College Students

Clara Perez Are you looking for love? Having trouble finding that special someone? Online dating websites have become increasingly popular over the last few years...

Read More in 2019 with Libby App

Annie Huang Staff Writer Many people have recently made (and perhaps already broken) New Year’s resolutions with the intention of improving themselves, with one of the...

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...

Coffee and College Students: A Harmful Relationship?

Usually, the life of a college student is largely characterized by microwave dinners, 10-page papers, all-nighters, crazy parties, alcohol and, of course, coffee.

“FoxFi” App Provides a Solution for Android WiFi Sharing

Tomas Palpallatoc Staff Writer FoxFi is an often overlooked app that is available through the Google Play Store. Although it has recently lost its ability to...

STD Rates Reach All Time High in Santa Barbara County

Alyssa Smith California is number one in STDs, according to a recent study by the Center for Disease Control, California has more reported cases of...