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An argument for lecture recordings

We should not leave behind pandemic-era teaching methods that made education more flexible   By CLAIRE SCHAD — cfschad@ucdavis.edu   As the winter quarter continues to ramp up, there seems to be a steady increase in the number of sick students in my classes. The constant phlegmy coughs and stuffy noses seem to...

Grand reopening of Aggie Reuse marks store’s major transformation

On-campus thrift store Aggie Reuse transitions to a zero-cost resource for students   By LILY FREEMAN — campus@theaggie.org Jan. 17 marked the grand reopening of the Aggie Reuse Store, an ASUCD student-run unit known as the “on-campus thrift store,” according to their website. Their mission is to promote sustainable fashion and creative...

New study from UC Davis Health highlights concerning rates of late-stage cervical cancer in patients over 65 years old

Current screening guidelines do not sufficiently assess this demographic for cervical cancer   By LILLY ACKERMAN — science@theaggie.org    A recent study by researchers at UC Davis Health’s Comprehensive Cancer Center found that nearly one in five new cervical cancer diagnoses in California are in patients over the age of 65 and that...

Tips and tricks to get everyone to like you in winter quarter

The difference between a gift and bribery is how good you are at winking   By ANNABEL MARSHALL — almarshall@ucdavis.edu    Strangers: Ah! Strangers, the perfect blank slate. A canvas on which to draw a romanticized version of your personality. Here are some lies to tell strangers to make you more interesting.  I...

An argument for lecture recordings

We should not leave behind pandemic-era teaching methods that made education more flexible   By CLAIRE SCHAD — cfschad@ucdavis.edu   As the winter...

Our favorite dwarf planet and why we’re so attached

Pluto has been at the heart of years of astronomical debate   By EMILIE BROWN — emrbrown@ucdavis.edu   Feb. 18 will mark the...

The disturbing persistence of anti-Asian hate must be addressed

As anti-Asian hate crimes increase following the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to call out hate against marginalized groups...

The spread of AI is inevitable

We must create boundaries on generative art to mitigate its impact on creators   By MAYA KORNYEYEVA — mkornyeyeva@ucdavis.edu   In June 2022,...

Grand reopening of Aggie Reuse marks store’s major transformation

On-campus thrift store Aggie Reuse transitions to a zero-cost resource for students   By LILY FREEMAN — campus@theaggie.org Jan. 17 marked the...

UI GreenMetric ranks UC Davis most sustainable campus in North America for seventh year in a row

The ranking is based on multiple environmental measures that assess the overall sustainability of each campus   By RACHEL GAUER— campus@theaggie.org   UC Davis was ranked the No....

Senate approves budget changes in Jan. 19 meeting

More money allocated to Mental Health Initiative Conference, Whole Earth Festival   By SYDNEY AMESTOY — campus@theaggie.org   The Jan. 19 Senate meeting was called to order by...

On-campus COVID-19 testing officially ends, updated booster compliance rate drops

Nearly three years after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, UC Davis has ended on-campus PCR testing, although the city of Davis continues to...