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Are California’s winters becoming warmer or colder?

Climate scientists and Davis residents discuss climate change and how it’s affecting the season   By SABRINA FIGUEROA — features@theaggie.org   California — known for its warm climate and sunny skies — was hit by a chilling atmospheric river and bomb cyclone on Feb. 1, flooding parts of Southern California and killing nine...

New exhibit at UC Davis’ Design Museum documents history of racial issues in the United States

Artist Barbara Brandon-Croft discusses her cartoons and recent exhibition    By LAILA AZHAR — features@theaggie.org    In the late 1960s, Brumsic Brandon Jr. began publishing “Luther,” a comic strip focusing on the lives of young Black children living in a fictional inner-city neighborhood.  About 20 years later, his daughter, Barbara Brandon-Croft, became the first...

You should go on a walk

Daily walks benefit both your psychological and physiological well-being   By MAYA KORNYEYEVA — mkornyeyeva@ucdavis.edu   Imagine you are sitting at your desk in the apartment, taking notes on a particularly difficult passage in your architecture textbook. There is a diagram depicting a wide range of lines and circles, converging into a layout...

How do college expectations differ for first-generation students?

First-years share their college experiences as first-generation students   By JULIANA MARQUEZ ARAUJO — features@theaggie.org   Although all students undergo a level of apprehension for their first contact with a college campus, it may be an especially daunting event for a first-generation student — a person who is the first in their family...

Horoscope reader 100% accurate 50% of the time

Are you alive, human and reading this right now? Egads, she’s done it again!   By AUDREY ZHANG — aurzhang@ucdavis.edu   Legendary horoscope...

Your intuition is almost always right

The psycho-biological reasons why you should trust your gut   By MAYA KORNYEYEVA — mkornyeyeva@ucdavis.edu   I’m sure you have heard the sayings...

So you broke your New Year’s resolution — here’s how to start again

It’s not too late to build the life you vision-boarded By THE EDITORIAL BOARD It’s February, which means the gym is...

Why we love villains

Is it better to reign in hell than serve in heaven?    By JOAQUIN WATERS — jwat@ucdavis.edu   When I was a little...

ASUCD Senate allocates $469,000 for Lawntopia as internal, public pressure sparks dialogue on administrative conduct at Feb. 8 meeting

With strong attendance from students and supporters of the Entertainment Council, the Senate passed the debated SB #41 in...

UC Davis Student Housing and Dining Services holds student focus groups for ‘Dining Reimagined’ project

Students shared feedback on the current state of dining and possible improvements   By AALIYAH ESPAÑOL-RIVAS — campus@theaggie.org   On Jan. 26, the UC Davis Student Housing and...

UC Davis Integrative Center for Alternative Meats and Proteins launches on Jan. 17

The center is a collaboration between multiple departments and institutions that will lead innovation and research in sustainably producing alternative proteins   By MADISON PETERS —...

UC Davis evolutionary biology professor Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra awarded National Academy of Sciences Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences

Ross-Ibarra’s research on maize is recognized for its contributions to the evolutionary genetics of maize and related crops   By RODRIGO VILLEGAS — campus@theaggie.org   The National Academy...

Yolo County hosts voter education workshops in preparation for the presidential primary election

The Zoom workshops were an attempt to reach out to voters with disabilities and limited English proficiency   By EMMA CONDIT...

Davis League of Women Voters makes the case for voting ‘No’ on Proposition 1

The league held a forum encouraging residents to vote against the popular proposition   By CHRIS PONCE — city@theaggie.org   The League of...

Davis Odd Fellows host sold-out Davis Chocolate Festival

The organization held its first festival back since the pandemic downtown at the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge   By HANNAH SCHRADER...

Tree Davis partners with city to develop climate friendly plan for Robert Arneson Park

Tree Davis seeks community feedback on future plans    By ALMA CULVERWELL — city@theaggie.org    The city of Davis along with local nonprofit...