Monday, May 29, 2017

Researchers Develop Microbots With 3-D-Printing Technology

Researchers at the UCSD nanoengineering department recently created fish-shaped micro-robots using original 3-D-printing technology. Professors Shaochen Chen and Joseph Wang of the UCSD nanoengineering department led the study, which was published in the journal...

Man Files Lawsuit Against Sheriff’s Department for Brutality

A man from Riverside filed a $10 million lawsuit against the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department last week, claiming he was beaten unconscious by a deputy after an altercation at the Harrah’s Resort and...

Congressmen Host Student Town Hall Meeting

Congressmen Eric Swalwell (CA-15) and Scott Peters (CA-52) visited UCSD and hosted a student town hall discussion at the Qualcomm Institute Auditorium last Tuesday. The discussion was part of the Future Forum, a branch of...

SeaWorld Sues State for Whale Breeding Ban

SeaWorld filed a lawsuit challenging the California Coastal Commission’s stipulation that bans the San Diego theme park from breeding captive orcas last Tuesday. The commission endorsed a $100 million expansion of SeaWorld’s killer whale...

Scientists Link Low Sun Exposure to Leukemia

Epidemiologists at UCSD School of Medicine reported that people living at higher altitudes with lower sunlight and ultraviolet B exposure are at least twice as likely to develop leukemia than equatorial populations. UCSD co-authors...

Film Review: “How to Be Single”

Rating: 3.0/5.0 Directed by: Christian Ditter Starring: Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie, Leslie Mann Release Date: Feb. 12, 2016 Rated: R “How to Be Single” opens with Rebel Wilson (as party girl Robin) clad in a suggestive dress...

Tritons Relays and Long Jumpers Dominate Meet

Men win first ever UC-Championship, Women finish second behind UCSB. The UCSD men’s track and field team won the All-UC Championships, defeating UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara at the Triton Track and Field Stadium...

Miguel to Headline Sun God 2016

A.S. Concerts and Events announced today that Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Miguel will headline UCSD’s 2016 Sun God Festival. Opening the event for Miguel will be African-Norwegian afrobeat duo Nico and Vinz, Great Good...

Founder of Queer Palestinian Organization Speaks at UCSD for Out and Proud Week

The UCSD Critical Gender Studies Program, in partnership with the Global Forum at UCSD International House, hosted Palestinian queer community organizer Haneen Maikey on Tuesday, April 19. Maikey, who co-founded the national Palestinian LGBTQ...

Harvard to Penalize Members of Fraternities, Sororities and Final Clubs

Starting with next fall’s incoming freshman class, any undergraduate members of Harvard University’s single-sex social organizations “unrecognized” by the school will be barred from holding student and athletic leadership positions or receiving recommendations for...

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The night before the UC Board of Regents voted on Jan. 26 to raise tuition by $282 for the 2017–18 academic year, the university...