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Thursday, June 13, 2024

The California Aggie has a radio show!

Listen to “Agricola” on KDVS 90.3 FM every Friday


By SONORA SLATER — editor@theaggie.org


Dear readers,


Hello!! We have so many writers now that we can’t fit all of our content in print (!!!), so I’m going to try and keep this short — but I have some news that I’ve been waiting to share with you all for so long.

When I was chosen as editor-in-chief last spring, I knew that one of my main goals was to create a podcast for The Aggie. I wanted to expand the ways that readers were able to interact with our content, and be able to dive deeper into interesting stories in the Davis community. It was a journey to get here, but as of spring quarter (drumroll please) The Aggie now has a radio show called “Agricola” playing every Friday morning at 9 a.m. on UC Davis’ student radio station, KDVS 90.3 FM.

So far we’ve had two shows — one about the history of the “Cow4Mascot” campaign, and one that consisted of audio from The Editorial Board’s meeting with Chancellor Gary May and campus administrators in the winter — but there’s lots more to come. We’ve also partnered with the station on KDVS News, on air every other Thursday from 4:30-5 p.m., where several of our writers are working with the students at KDVS to produce bi-weekly audio recaps of the latest news.

You can listen to either (or both) of these shows on your car radio, or via streaming. More detailed instructions for how to listen are available on the KDVS website.

This is just the beginning of The Aggie expanding to multimedia, and finding creative new ways to connect with our readers (you!) Clearly, we love our print edition, and always will — but we’re excited to have more ways to tell the stories of our campus and city community and spread the word on the issues that matter most to students.

Make sure to tune into “Agricola” at 9 a.m. this Friday! And thanks, as always, for caring about the work that we do. 



Sonora Slater



Written by: Sonora Slater — editor@theaggie.org


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