Recipe: Simple Pumpkin Loaf
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Recipe: Simple Pumpkin Loaf

Who knew how versatile pumpkin pie spice is? With the transition from summer to fall finally happening in Davis, Calif., the time has come for fall traditions that…

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The Best Campus Bathrooms: A symphony of alleviation
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The Best Campus Bathrooms: A symphony of alleviation

Exploration of restrooms provides a glimpse into the very heart of UC Davis The history of man could be split in two distinct eras: before indoor plumbing and…

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Everything a cappella this school year
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Everything a cappella this school year

From the Liquid Hotplates in November to Greek Beats in June, and everyone in between In chronological order, here’s everything a capella happening this school year. November 23…

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“Jesus is King,” lyrically lifeless and saved not by God, but collaborators
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“Jesus is King,” lyrically lifeless and saved not by God, but collaborators

Ye is overpowered by a world of his own creation Draped in a baby blue shroud, Kanye Omari West stood tall, rapping, singing and praising alongside one of…

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Giving thanks for great television
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Giving thanks for great television

Aggie writer reviews the best Thanksgiving episodes Holiday specials of your favorite television series are often the most memorable — they can be sappy and sweet or full…

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Culture Corner with Caroline Rutten
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Culture Corner with Caroline Rutten

The Arts Desks’ weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows Movie: “The Lighthouse” In true Arts Desk fashion, a group of us spontaneously decided to see…

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“Art Gala” — An up-and-coming house exhibit
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“Art Gala” — An up-and-coming house exhibit

A trio of passionate artists making a change through their art Beginning in Spring Quarter 2019, an inseparable artistic trio decided to make a change in the Davis…

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Comparing the live experiences of Andrew Bird and Hozier
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Comparing the live experiences of Andrew Bird and Hozier

A man and his band create intimate spaces not experienced at stadium shows  Seeing an artist in concert is, for many, the ultimate way to honor their music…

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A crucible in design, the evolution of campus architecture
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A crucible in design, the evolution of campus architecture

Design professor Mark Kessler discusses history, influence of different architecture movements, from Arts and Crafts movement to the Bauhaus Students continuously interact with the layout of campus as…

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Review: Hulu adapts “Looking For Alaska” as its newest short series
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Review: Hulu adapts “Looking For Alaska” as its newest short series

Where the show falls flat and where it makes up for it Hulu premiered “Looking for Alaska,” an eight-episode miniseries based on John Green’s 2005 novel of the…

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Is YouTube the future of streaming? Exploring YouTube Originals, more
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Is YouTube the future of streaming? Exploring YouTube Originals, more

Students share why they’re drawn to the platform, what they think is in store In the age of streaming and binge-watching on Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime and…

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Review: “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man” a new and outlandish world returns home
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Review: “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man” a new and outlandish world returns home

An unorthodox exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California is a can’t miss As an Oaklander, I have always been proud of my roots grounded in the heart…

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Review: “Bojack Horseman:”  A stint in rehab sets Bojack on a new trajectory
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Review: “Bojack Horseman:” A stint in rehab sets Bojack on a new trajectory

Part one of final season begins on an unsettlingly positive note, feels like the calm before the storm  The Netflix animated comedy “Bojack Horseman” first aired in 2014…

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UC Davis Ethnic Studies Celebrates 50 Years
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UC Davis Ethnic Studies Celebrates 50 Years

Critical importance of ethnic studies — from activism to academia Born out of protest, it was just 50 years ago that the idea of an ethnic studies curricula…

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Review: “The Lighthouse”: both a Surrealist painting and Greek tragedy
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Review: “The Lighthouse”: both a Surrealist painting and Greek tragedy

The Beauty of Eggers’ fully realized vision   “The Lighthouse,” the most recent film from Robert Eggers, is an exploration of hysteria on the high seas, a piece of…

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