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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13 Reasons Why promotes problematic narrative
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13 Reasons Why promotes problematic narrative

There are alternatives to talking about mental health Content warnings: suicide; depression and anxiety; sexual assault 13 Reasons Why. I know everyone and their mother is talking about…

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Dive into the deep side
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Dive into the deep side

MFA’s “Field Notes” exhibition showcases eight first-year students’ artwork The eight first-year students pursuing a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree whose work will be featured in the…

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May Event Calendar
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May Event Calendar

What to look forward to this month Relay For Life, Sat. May 6 – Sun. May 7 Where? Russell Field When? 10 a.m – 10 a.m What is…

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Chance The Rapper “Be Encouraged Tour” stops at Sacramento Golden 1 Center
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Chance The Rapper “Be Encouraged Tour” stops at Sacramento Golden 1 Center

Rap star performs at his biggest venue yet Chance The Rapper brought the heat both literally and figuratively at the third stop of his “Be Encouraged Tour” Thursday…

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Yeppers host annual “My Resilience is My Resistance” art show
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Yeppers host annual “My Resilience is My Resistance” art show

Youth Empowerment Program presents art, poetry through the lens of youth from juvenile center People who say that the world’s youth will shape the future oftentimes fail to…

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Danzantes del Alma hosts annual showcase
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Danzantes del Alma hosts annual showcase

UC Davis folklorico dance troupe celebrates 40th anniversary on campus Danzantes del Alma (DdA), the premier folklorico dance troupe of UC Davis, will host its 40th anniversary showcase…

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Cross Cultural Center Hosts Asian Pacific Culture Week
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Cross Cultural Center Hosts Asian Pacific Culture Week

Weeklong event celebrates Asian Pacific Islander community, culture With the diversity that embeds itself into the UC Davis community, specific groups on campus have found ways to celebrate…

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SFA Oceana: Below the Surface Fashion Show
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SFA Oceana: Below the Surface Fashion Show

A charity event like no other This year’s theme for the Student Fashion Association’s (SFA) annual fashion show is “Oceana: Below the Surface,” which incorporates both light and…

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13th Annual HellaCappella Showcase
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13th Annual HellaCappella Showcase

A cappella premier showcase features West Coast’s best college choirs The Spokes, UC Davis’ first all-female a cappella choir, held their 13th annual HellaCappella showcase at the Mondavi…

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Nuclear sound
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Nuclear sound

UCLA musicology professor to give talk at Davis Music offers its listeners a chance to revel in its emotional experience by way of sonically reproducing the heartbeat, the…

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Student and local musicians hit Picnic Day stages
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Student and local musicians hit Picnic Day stages

Band-Uh!, Keni and katgrüvs among music showcases It’s uncontested that Picnic Day is the largest and most well-attended event on the UC Davis campus. But between morning mimosas…

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