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UAW 4811 calls on academic workers at UCD, UCLA to strike starting Tuesday

The campuses will join UCSC in striking in protest of unfair labor practices, including the arrests of students and academic workers at UCLA By VINCE BASADA — campus@theaggie.org United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 4811, the union representing academic workers across the 11 UC campuses, called on union members at UC Davis...

Understanding the history of protest in our path forward

As students across the country engage in civil disobedience in the name of Palestinian liberation, they follow in the footsteps of student leaders before them    By EMME DUNNING — features@theaggie.org    In the past month, college students in the United States have gained increasing attention from the public through their support of...

Live Updates: Davis Popular University for the Liberation of Palestine (PULP) encampment

The Aggie's live coverage of the PULP encampment in the Memorial Union Quad By THE CALIFORNIA AGGIE STAFF May 15, 2024, 7:39 p.m. By CHRIS PONCE Earlier today UC Davis News & Media Relations shared that campus leadership met with PULP negotiators on Monday, May 13.  “Campus leaders expressed appreciation for the students’ efforts...

Student organizers set up encampment for Palestine in Memorial Union Quad

The group has a list of five demands, one of which is calling for Chancellor Gary May to resign from Leidos   By CHRIS PONCE — campus@theaggie.org    On the morning of Monday, May 6, Davis Popular University for the Liberation of Palestine (PULP) organizers set up tents and canopies in the center...

‘The Balanced Meal’

Drawn by: Lanhui Zhen –– lazhen@ucdavis.edu  Disclaimer: (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The...

Meet the UC Davis animals

Audrey’s guide to the critters on campus   By AUDREY ZHANG — aurzhang@ucdavis.edu   The first time I came to UC Davis, a...

Kennedy strikes again

Will RFK Jr. spoil the 2024 presidential election?   By MOLLY THOMPSON — mmtthompson@ucdavis.edu    The Kennedys — a family so quintessentially American...

Coffee and flowers: the emergent flavor phenomena

Floral flavors serve to be transformative in the coffee beverage industry   By MAYA KORNYEYEVA — mkornyeyeva@ucdavis.edu   Coffee, as a beverage, is...

UAW 4811 calls on academic workers at UCD, UCLA to strike starting Tuesday

The campuses will join UCSC in striking in protest of unfair labor practices, including the arrests of students and...

ASUCD President-elect Gaius Ilupeju discusses his goals, plans and motivations for the next academic year

Ilupeju ran unopposed and was elected ASUCD President during the spring 2024 election   By VINCE BASADA — campus@theaggie.org     Gaius Ilupeju, the two-time ASUCD Senator and current...

ASUCD Senate allocates $10,091.04 to Planet Her 3, concerns about Senate member’s problematic comments at Lawntopia addressed

The Senate also passed SB #89 which will fund the ASUCD Business Case Competition and heard quarterly reports from various ASUCD units   By MADISON PETERS...

Live Updates: Davis Popular University for the Liberation of Palestine (PULP) encampment

The Aggie's live coverage of the PULP encampment in the Memorial Union Quad By THE CALIFORNIA AGGIE STAFF May 15, 2024, 7:39 p.m. By CHRIS PONCE Earlier today...

Officials urge support of affordable housing at Davis forum

City officials and housing professionals hold candid public discussion about Davis’ housing situation   By EMMA CONDIT — city@theaggie.org     On Thursday,...

Mayor Chapman meets with Open Space and Habitat Commission to discuss upcoming changes

The Council Subcommittee on Commissions is gathering feedback from each city commission regarding structure adjustments    By OLIVIA HOKR — city@theaggie.org    On...

City of Davis Tree Commission discusses infrastructure problems from overgrown trees

At a recent meeting, commissioners and community members spoke about issues caused by poor development planning   By HANNAH SCHRADER —...

California Duck Days Festival returns for another year

The Yolo Basin Foundation held its annual festival at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area headquarters   By HANNAH SCHRADER — city@theaggie.org   The...

Understanding the history of protest in our path forward

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As students across the country engage in civil disobedience in the name of Palestinian liberation,...

Behind the scenes of Whole Earth Festival’s planning and preparation process

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UC Davis students work hard to plan Davis’ annual three-day music and arts festival   By GRETA...

UC Davis women’s basketball team kneels for the National Anthem, shining light on Black History, Future

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Aggies show that sports are about far more than just the game By EMME DUNNING —...

Even without a formal program, student journalism flourishes at UC Davis

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College journalism, both inside and outside the classroom, teaches students the skills necessary for navigating...

UC Davis at the forefront of veterinary medicine

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Students majoring in the animal sciences share what sets Davis’ program apart from other universities   By...
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