Tuesday, December 10th 2019

$500,000 Gift Creates an Ocean of Opportunity for Marine Bio Students

Judy Lau Staff Writer University of California, Santa Barbara’s department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology (EEMB) is now offering a new scholarship program conceived by...

How To Make Your Phone Work While Studying Abroad

Ashley Golden Technology Editor Something many students may not realize until right before they leave to study abroad, or worse, once they’ve landed in another country,...

UCSB Reich Group Discovers Intercellular Entrapment

Judy Lau Staff Writer The Reich Group at the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a new way to use...

Marijuana Collective Unscathed Despite County Scrutiny

Once upon a time, California was the Wild West.

5 Apps to Boost Productivity

Steven Jin Loop: Habit Tracker As the end of January approaches, many people are attempting to keep up their New Year's resolutions. However, the reality for...

Climate Change will Change our Lives

Nadean Hurtado Santa Barbara had the second hottest summer ever recorded in 2016, its soaring temperatures matching much of the world. Rising water, stronger hurricanes, larger...

Artificial Intelligence Makes Real Strides

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration by Robert Perez, Staff Illustrator One trend that will not be left behind in 2015 is the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI)....

Can Students Keep Living on the Edge in I.V.?

Anais Tournier For UCSB students, cliff and beach erosion have become problems too large to ignore. The California Coastal Commission estimated that over just the...

Updated Dietary Guidelines Support New Eating Habits

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer New updates and research supporting the federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) for 2015–2020 were recently announced. The Health and Human Services...

Blood Flow Measuring Patches Make Waves in Medical Field

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Great advancements have been made in the medical world in recent years. Adding to the growing list of innovation is John Rodgers,...