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Say Yes to CS!

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter As the new year begins, many students analyze their major and career choices — taking a wide range of courses in...

Reality vs. Myth of Hangovers

Shelley Flores Writer There are many oft-quoted remedies that relate to the process of curing a hangover. But do you know the difference between myth 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...

Oroville is Alarming for Other Dams

Maddy Buie It’s no surprise that after years of low rainfall, the recent storms in California have created a water-related crisis. Earlier this month in Oroville,...

UCSB Decides to Eliminate U-Mail: New Virtual Communications Platform to Start on Its Way

U-Mail is now being replaced by an innovative email platform to change University of California Santa Barbara students’ virtual communication engagement.

Effects of LSD on Brain

Kin Ho For centuries, people have been using substances to alter their state of mind. For the first time in history, scientists have developed a...

UCSB Postdoc Explores Uncharted Territory in Women’s Health

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Sex hormones aid in the physiological transformation of the human body during various life stages such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. While...

UCSB Professor Studying Active Matter Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Noah Treiman Contributing Writer UCSB’s physics professor Cristina Marchetti was recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) for her study of active matter. The NAS...

Plastic Bags: A Bane for both Animals and Humans

Aryana Sherzai Staff Writer If the 10-cent charge on plastic bags wasn’t enough incentive to carry reusables to the store, perhaps a recently approved referendum will...

Car Companies Under Fire for Animal Testing

Ziqiang Zhao Volkswagen, BMW, and Daimler received widespread condemnation for testing diesel fumes on monkeys and humans after a New York Times article published Jan....