Friday, September 22, 2017

Electric Chip Separates Nanoparticles from Blood

UCSD researchers developed an electric chip that uses electric fields to remove nanoparticles from blood more efficiently than existing methods. Led by Michael Heller, a nanoengineering professor at the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering,...

Watch Your Language

Professor Seth Lerer not only holds two bachelor degrees, a masters degree, and a Ph.D. in English but also a respect for the evolution and change in language. Professor Seth Lerer sat surrounded by books....

A.S. Council Votes to Cut Funding for Student Media

Members of A.S. Council voted to defund all campus media publications receiving money from student fees on Nov. 18. Assistant Vice President of Equity, Diversion and Inclusion Daniel Juarez proposed to remove Section 2.4 D,...

Film Screening On Hold After Web Controversy

UCSD A.S. Concerts and Events announced last Wednesday that they will postpone their Nov. 23 screening of “Straight Outta Compton” until the upcoming winter quarter. ASCE explained that the delay will allow enough time...

ResMed, Inc. Donates $5 Million to School of Medicine

Medical device company ResMed Inc. donated $5 million to the UCSD School of Medicine on Oct. 29. The gift, presented in honor of Peter C. Farrell, Ph.D., DSc., founder of ResMed and chairman of...

New Systemwide Policy Makes UC Research Accessible to Public

The University of California adopted a new Open Access Policy in October that will allow any scholarly articles published by UC employees to be accessed worldwide for free. This new policy builds on the existing...

11/18 A.S. Council

Naftali: There is no subtle way of putting this: A.S. Council defunded the Koala. Actually, A.S Council defunded all publications that receive A.S funding. In the immortal words of Paul Bremmer, “ladies and gentlemen...we...

Black Student Union Protests Racism on College Campuses

Members of the Black Lives Matter movement formed a single line on Library Walk at noon this Wednesday to stand in solidarity with black students across the country who face racism on their campuses. The...

ACMS Renames Ted System to TritonEd

Academic Computing and Media Services announced today that Ted, the campus learning management system used by students andd faculty for online academic resources, will be renamed TritonEd, beginning Winter Quarter 2016. ACMS Assistant Director and...

Officials Meet to Brainstorm Sun God Changes

The Sun God Festival’s team, along with Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Juan Gonzalez, met earlier this month to discuss the future of the Sun God Festival. Also in attendance was the Associated Students...