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drawing in grey white and red questioning if global warming is bad
Contributor April 10, 2018

Political Cartoon by Alexis Jansen, a Science major and senior. The head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Scott Pruitt, recently expressed his doubts, in contradiction to the EPA's own...

Changing weather patterns is forecasting a dark future

Illustration by Jae Kitinoja/Illustrator
Ryan Mancini April 22, 2014

It is not a well known fact that there have been several mass extinctions in the long history of our planet. The most famous of these (and the most recent as well) resulted in the deaths of the dinosaurs...

Psychology department hosts next ABA lecture

Psychology department hosts next ABA lecture
Clarissa Corona September 25, 2013

The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Speaker Series, a sequence of presentations hosted by the psychology department in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, welcomed a speaker to discuss verbal...

STEM event pushes for more science and engineering class in K-12 schools

Jason Gallaher April 29, 2013

The college of engineering and computer sciences and the Michael D. Eisner college of education came together Monday night to host “Enhancing the T-E in STEM – Technology and Engineering.” The event,...

Bill could allow students to graduate from UC or CSUs in three years, spend less

Shaleeka Powell April 1, 2013

Two proposed assembly bills could allow students with interests in science, technology, math and engineering attend either a California State University or a University of California for a lower cost. Assemblyman...

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