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The Stress Of It All by Nicole Richards

If you type “how to deal with stress” in Google, over 2 million related sites come up, and I can’t say that I’m surprised....

Google Tightens Hold on Digital Ad Industry With New Policy of Automatically Blocking Ads

Jessica Gang Staff Writer On Feb. 15, Google implemented a new ad-blocking policy that aims to automatically block ads that fail to comply with the new...

Health in America: A Psychosocial Perspective

Kayli Walker Staff Writer Greg Miller and Edith Chen, researchers from Northwestern University, delivered a talk at the University of California, Santa Barbara on Monday, May...

Google’s New Privacy Policy Causes A Stir

As of March 1, Google will

Asbestos and Its Abatement at UCSB: What Lies Beneath?

Brian Wang Writer Asbestos, a material used in several older buildings, can be considered a buzzword for danger. The building material’s well-documented health risks...

Choosing a Major that Makes You Happy

Choosing a major is as simple as choosing one that will make you happy

Sony’s PlayStation4 Makes Good On Promises, Delivers Solid Mix of New and Old

Matt Mersel Science & Technology Editor We here at The Bottom Line’s Science & Technology section have spent a substantial amount of time on the newest...

PS4 Allegedly Has a Development Edge Over Xbox One

Peter Crump Now just days away from the releases of the Xbox One and the PS4, Microsoft and Sony fans are already lining up to...

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,...

NASA Developments Can Save Airlines $250 Billion

Peter Crump Staff Writer Illustration by Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator New developments in NASA’s Environmentally Responsible Aviation (ERA) project could help commercial airlines reduce their fuel consumption...