Pride profiles
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Pride profiles

Activism in LGBTQIA community uplifts others May is Pride Month at UC Davis — a month during which members of the LGBTQIA community can celebrate and heal through…

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Davis alumnus turned WWE superstar showcases new film
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Davis alumnus turned WWE superstar showcases new film

John Hennigan visits his alma mater — from kung fu films in the arboretum to pro-wrestling For 2002 Davis alumnus and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar John Hennigan,…

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The evolution of music festivals
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The evolution of music festivals

From Woodstock to Coachella — how outdoor festivals have evolved over the years It was the summer of 1969 at a dairy farm in Bethel, New York when…

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17th Annual Film Festival to feature eclectic student films
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17th Annual Film Festival to feature eclectic student films

Festival provides meaningful outlet for aspiring filmmakers For those interested in film in Davis, there are plenty of opportunities available: the Davis Filmmaking Society, the Davis Feminist Film…

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On the beat: student DJs and producers
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On the beat: student DJs and producers

Student electronic musicians talk technique, EDM culture Electronic producer Anthony Gonzalez, a third-year technocultural studies major, also known as Anthony Lost, started with a Facebook video. A simple…

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Spoon UCD presents Food Truck Mania
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Spoon UCD presents Food Truck Mania

Spoon University to hold first food truck extravaganza on May 18 Spoon University at UCD, co-hosted by SactoMoFo, presents Food Truck Mania — an on-campus food truck extravaganza.…

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Netflix’s Girlboss review
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Netflix’s Girlboss review

The ups and downs of Nasty Gal Last month, Netflix dropped a new original show called Girlboss, based on the life of the creator of the company Nasty…

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Manetti Shrem Museum of Art features new exhibitions
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Manetti Shrem Museum of Art features new exhibitions

Experience a variety of artwork at UC Davis’ very own on-campus museum UC Davis students are fortunate to have an abundance of resources available to them on campus,…

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UC Davis fights mental health stigma
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UC Davis fights mental health stigma

Mental Health Awareness Month strives to empower, educate college students regarding mental health Mental health is a topic that people find difficult to discuss, despite its prevalence in…

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The 39 Steps: A stage version of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 action-thriller
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The 39 Steps: A stage version of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 action-thriller

A rich blend of comedy, murder, mystery After an expedited four-week rehearsal process, five UC Davis undergraduate students from the Theater and Dance Department are ready to perform…

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Highlights of the Whole Earth Festival Lineup
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Highlights of the Whole Earth Festival Lineup

The Big Poppies, The Five Thirty among local talent During Spring Quarter, entertainment isn’t in short supply — from Picnic Day to KDVS’ Operation Restore Maximum Freedom Festival,…

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A more equitable film festival
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A more equitable film festival

Davis Feminist Film Festival to feature films representing women of color, queer women, women with disabilities   In 1991, acclaimed director John Cassevetes said, “I’m very worried about…

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English Professor Tobias Menely’s favorite reads
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English Professor Tobias Menely’s favorite reads

Get new recommendations for fiction, poetry The Aggie sat down with English professor Tobias Menely to discuss favorite books, genres and poetry. He is currently teaching “Introduction to…

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Birthday bar fun
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Birthday bar fun

Stop by these places on your 21st Once a year, everyone gets to act like they’re the center of the universe, especially if that person is turning 21.…

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Throwback Thursday: Important songs from the past
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Throwback Thursday: Important songs from the past

Songs from the mid-20th century that still have merit today   Reflection often comes in the form of music, a sentiment as true today as it was in…

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