Monday, June 17th 2019

UCSB’s Montell Lab Explores Genetic Manipulation of Fruit Flies

Mimi Liu Staff Writer The Montell Lab at University of California, Santa Barbara, headed by Dr. Craig Montell, studies fruit flies and explores the possible applications...

Student Email Accounts Moving from Office 365 to Google Suite

Victoria Penate Staff Writer The UCSB U-Mail Migration Project Team will transition all student email accounts from Office 365 onto Connect Google Suite for Education between...

New GMO Tech Loopholes Found

Peter Crump Staff Writer Illustration by Amy Chase Recent advancements in genetically engineered organism (GMO) technology has allowed researchers at companies to circumvent now obsolete GM regulations,...

Free Friday Feasts for the Struggling Student

Student-community collaboration creates Café Picasso, where weekly free meals are provided for any student who needs it.

The Plastic Pollution Coalition Rejects Plastics and Sets Sustainable Goals

Emma Boorman Staff Writer As people fortunate enough to live on California’s coast, the University of California, Santa Barbara community has proven an interest in caring...

The Large Hadron Collider Commences its Second Run

Judy Lau Staff Writer After two years of repairs and upgrades, the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator is back in action. The Large Hadron...

The Pumpkin-Feeding Tradition at American Zoos

Annie Huang Zoos across the nation are capitalizing on the United States' affinity for Halloween by hosting Halloween-themed events. While zoos primarily design these events...

New Font Helps Dyslexics Read Clearly

“Open Dyslexic,” a font designed for people with dyslexia, has recently been made into an app called “OpenWeb,” which allows users to load Internet browsers in the new font.

‘1 is 2 Many’ Fights Against Sexual Violence, Empowers Women

Defending the rights of women is