Manetti Shrem Holds Winter Season Celebration Opening
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Manetti Shrem Holds Winter Season Celebration Opening

An opportunity to interact with both the art, the artists Usually on a Sunday afternoon going into the fourth week of the quarter, the Manetti Shrem is expected…

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Dance for a Cause Competition
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Dance for a Cause Competition

RCDC to host annual competition supporting Camp Kesem UC Davis dance group Released Contemporary Dance Company will host its annual competition Dance for a Cause on Feb. 3.…

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Campus Community Book Project centers around “The Book of Joy”
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Campus Community Book Project centers around “The Book of Joy”

The Book Project promotes dialogue, community building The Campus Community Book Project, founded in 2002 as a response to the divisiveness caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks, was…

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Review: Becoming Michelle Obama
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Review: Becoming Michelle Obama

New York Times Best Seller doesn’t disappoint Michelle Obama’s memoir, “Becoming,” has remained at the top of bestseller lists since its publication in November of 2018. It’s currently…

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The Death of the Campaign: Battle Royale
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The Death of the Campaign: Battle Royale

Narrative-based games falter in light of Battle Royale hype In the world of gaming, it’s hard to avoid the words “battle royale.” As of the last two years,…

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HOPE at UC Davis
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HOPE at UC Davis

Student organization enacts powerful change against homelessness, stigma Homeless Outreach through Prevention and Education, a student organization founded at UC Davis in 2016, has a mission of assisting…

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Couch Concert: Lillian Frances
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Couch Concert: Lillian Frances

Electronic engineer and singer speaks on broken phones, finding herself Lillian Frances, a 25-year-old Davis-bred electronic musician and singer, constantly takes notes on her phone: phrases she likes,…

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Deb Olin Unferth speaks at UC Davis
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Deb Olin Unferth speaks at UC Davis

Critically-acclaimed author reads new collection On Jan. 19, the English Department brought critically-acclaimed writer Deb Olin Unferth to campus for a reading of her new collection of short…

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Spotify vs. Apple Music
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Spotify vs. Apple Music

Discovering which streaming service reigns supreme When comparing Spotify and Apple Music, there are many features that make the two streaming services almost identical: both offer a family…

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Navigating date night as a vegetarian
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Navigating date night as a vegetarian

How being vegetarian, vegan affects dating More people are switching to vegetarian or vegan diets every day. Though many choose the lifestyle for health and environmental benefits, it…

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The Amalgamation of Country Music
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The Amalgamation of Country Music

Country music’s adaptation to the twenty-first-century It’s no secret that country music has changed in the last 20 years. The content within most of the songs that top…

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Reboots and reimaginations
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Reboots and reimaginations

In a world of rapid progression, TV can’t seem to let go of the past It’s safe to say that television has changed a lot in the past…

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Unboxing Letterboxd
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Unboxing Letterboxd

A social media for movie lovers Whether on TV, in a theatre or most commonly through an online streaming service, watching movies is a favorite pastime for most…

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Profile: Molly Moritzburke
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Profile: Molly Moritzburke

Student artist and Bike Barn mechanic finds ways to combine her passions Molly Moritzburke, a fourth-year mechanical engineering major, might be a familiar face at the Bike Barn.…

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The history and flaws of New Year’s resolutions
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The history and flaws of New Year’s resolutions

How Aggies are keeping their resolutions from failing New Year’s resolutions have become a tradition that many people look forward to, and much of their appeal stems from…

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