Couch Concert: Alfha Records
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Couch Concert: Alfha Records

More than just a rap collective, Sacramento-based group gives back, empowers youth It all began with a fist bump. Not just any fist bump — when Sam Lauderdale…

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An Ode to Bruce
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An Ode to Bruce

An unabashed love story about a boy and his fish I have never considered myself a fish guy. What good is a pet fish? They aren’t fluffy, they…

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StUCC hosts its last comedy show of Fall Quarter
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StUCC hosts its last comedy show of Fall Quarter

A look into the rise of the new stand-up club on campus  The Stand Up Comedy Club (StUCC) hosted its last show on Friday, Nov. 22 — although…

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Culture Corner with Nahima Shaffer
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Culture Corner with Nahima Shaffer

The Arts Desks’ weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows Television: “Queen of the South”  As with most TV shows, I found “Queen of the South”…

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Burgers and Brew vs BurgerIM: It’s going down in burger town
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Burgers and Brew vs BurgerIM: It’s going down in burger town

Let’s get to the meat of it all Burgers and Brew is undoubtedly an iconic Davis staple. Whether you found out about it by stumbling in at 1…

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A do-it-yourself journey to finding the right homemade face mask
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A do-it-yourself journey to finding the right homemade face mask

Making face masks from kitchen staples: What worked and what didn’t Anti-Dry Skin Mask 1 teaspoon of coconut oil ¼ teaspoon of cocoa powder 1 teaspoon of plain…

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Review: “Rick and Morty” Season Four
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Review: “Rick and Morty” Season Four

Classic dark comedy never gets old After restlessly waiting for two years, fans are finally able to watch season four of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim “Rick and Morty.”…

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Review: The End of “The End of the F***ing World”
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Review: The End of “The End of the F***ing World”

Second season too dark for comfort, loses appeal of first season The comedy-drama “The End of the F***ing World” first aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom…

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Evolution of Women’s Power Anthems
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Evolution of Women’s Power Anthems

An overview of female empowerment in music Music has long been a platform that allows women to express themselves and have their voices heard. Artists can write about…

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Drake booed off the stage at Camp Flog Gnaw
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Drake booed off the stage at Camp Flog Gnaw

Frank Ocean fans in their feels about his no-show I bet it was not “God’s Plan” for Drake to get booed off stage. The notoriously viral headliner from…

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Review: “Ford vs. Ferrari Review,” revving up to the challenge
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Review: “Ford vs. Ferrari Review,” revving up to the challenge

A saga of brotherly love, corporate shenanigans and sultry sports cars Apple vs. Microsoft, capitalism vs. communism, Batman vs. Superman, Ford vs…. Ferrari? Released into theaters on Nov.…

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Culture Corner with Ilya Shrayber
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Culture Corner with Ilya Shrayber

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows Movie: “Pierrot Le Fou” If you thought I wouldn’t recommend a dense, deeply tender French New…

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Where do students get their news?
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Where do students get their news?

Social media, Twitter main source for news Whether in class or at home, students spend a lot of time on their phones. Because of this, social media and…

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Review: “King of R&B,” Jacquees hones in on traditional rhythm and blues
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Review: “King of R&B,” Jacquees hones in on traditional rhythm and blues

Is it worth a listen?  Rhythm and blues artist Jacquees has made headlines recently for claiming he’s the “king” of R&B, sending social media into a frenzy. Although…

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Community space as culture: An exploration of the Quad
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Community space as culture: An exploration of the Quad

Where students kick back, incite social change  If there was ever a space that symbolized the essence of what UC Davis is, was and should be, it must…

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