Top three places to eat when hungover
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Top three places to eat when hungover

Breakfast burritos, potatoes and pancakes galore Oftentimes, the worst part about drinking alcohol is the dreaded aftermath: the hangover. Here are a few places in Davis to help…

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Dance, dance
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Dance, dance

UC Davis’ dance groups start preparing for annual Davis Dance Revolution In preparation for the annual Davis Dance Revolution in April, campus dance groups are working hard to…

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“SKAM”’s universal appeal
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“SKAM”’s universal appeal

Norwegian show takes the world by storm I’m usually not a fan of shows about teenagers because the characters tend to be cliched stereotypes, and the storylines are…

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T.V. Revisited: Breaking Bad
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T.V. Revisited: Breaking Bad

Get your baby-blue meth and popcorn ready; we’re cooking Breaking Bad again (Editor’s note: This article contains spoilers.)   My dad never watched Breaking Bad, and his reasoning…

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A look Inside KDVS
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A look Inside KDVS

UC Davis’ freeform radio station serves as platform for alternative community Whether through through music, talk shows, announcements or advertisements, KDVS 90.3 FM, UC Davis’ freeform radio station,…

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Spoken word allows for expression of much more than words
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Spoken word allows for expression of much more than words

SAYS promotes social justice and empowerment of youth “If you’ve got something to say — say something!” is the mantra of Sacramento Area Youth Speaks (SAYS), a literacy…

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The self-proclaimed cure for racism
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The self-proclaimed cure for racism

Hasan Minhaj Netflix special reflects on current political climate “Once you go brown, lock that shit down.” And with that, the entire auditorium went dark. Students exploded into…

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A feast for the ears — just in time for lunch
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A feast for the ears — just in time for lunch

UC Davis Department of Music hosts free noon concerts on Thursdays For those seeking some classical music to liven up their Thursday afternoons, they need not look further…

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“Pronoun” highlights struggles of transgender youth
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“Pronoun” highlights struggles of transgender youth

Transgender youth strive to educate audiences of all ages about the LGBTQIA+ community through theater This January, Acme Theater Company hosted its new play, Pronoun, written by British…

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Through the Artist’s Eye: Sammy Sanchez-Monter
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Through the Artist’s Eye: Sammy Sanchez-Monter

UC Davis student artist uses paintings to communicate emotions Although art has always been her calling, Sammy Sanchez-Monter, a third-year art studio major, was in denial at the…

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The books that inspire UC Davis faculty
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The books that inspire UC Davis faculty

Check out the books below for some potential inspiration Books can have deep and profound impacts on the reader, spanning content, time and place. And if we’re lucky…

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An Earful: Introducing Andy Shauf
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An Earful: Introducing Andy Shauf

Saskatchewan musician builds an introvert’s world in his album “The Party” Music, like black coffee, is an acquired taste. It isn’t easy to swallow, but it’s manageable if…

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Presenting Hasan Minhaj
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Presenting Hasan Minhaj

UC Davis alum and comedian Hasan Minhaj to bring his Netflix special, social commentary to campus One of stand-up comedy’s most memorable moments is from Chris Rock’s 1996…

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“Who is U.S?”
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“Who is U.S?”

Basement Gallery’s newest art exhibit centers around the celebration of American identity Over the past few months, Americans have experienced a whirlwind of events, from the beginning of…

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Waltz in Magic
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Waltz in Magic

The Davis Alliance to host Annual Yule Ball at the CoHo Ever dreamed of taking part in the dazzling, magical world of Harry Potter? If so, the Third…

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