“Master of None” entertaining, yet disjointed
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“Master of None” entertaining, yet disjointed

Season two showcases different narrative than previous episodes From the get-go, the second season of Master of None gave off a very different vibe than the previous season.…

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Aggie Style Watch: Summer Edition
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Aggie Style Watch: Summer Edition

Dressing for fluctuating weather Amihan Redondiez, a first-year gender, sexuality, and women’s studies major, values the art of thrifting and especially layering for the strange spring-to-summer weather transitions.…

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Harmonious Greeks: Greek Beats
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Harmonious Greeks: Greek Beats

UC Davis sorority women sing for philanthropy, personal development Claire Ongaro, a first-year communication and design major, is a natural singer — she’s not formally trained in singing,…

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Catch The Tricky Part at the Mondavi
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Catch The Tricky Part at the Mondavi

An Inside Look with Martin Moran about his play Content warning: Sexual abuse Martin Moran, an Obie award winner, has written a captivating tale about the harsh realities…

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ASUCD Food Pantry to hold 2nd Annual Benefit Show
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ASUCD Food Pantry to hold 2nd Annual Benefit Show

Event will showcase live performances to benefit a great cause The ASUCD Food Pantry will be hosting its second annual benefit show on June 1, with the theme…

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Studio 301 presents Spring Awakening
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Studio 301 presents Spring Awakening

Local studio takes on scandalous musical Studio 301 will soon present Spring Awakening, a haunting rock musical about teenagers in late 1890s Germany who deal with the consequences…

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Laptop stickers a platform for personalization
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Laptop stickers a platform for personalization

Decoration provides nostalgia factor for UC Davis students While waiting in line at the CoHo for another iced coffee, my eyes often drift to people studying, and I…

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Through Our Voice: We Tell Our Story
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Through Our Voice: We Tell Our Story

First-year students host “The Black Experience” event Attempting to encompass what it means to be black, students from the African/African American Living Learning Community and faculty put on…

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Manetti Shrem Museum opens newest exhibition, from this point forward
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Manetti Shrem Museum opens newest exhibition, from this point forward

Exhibition showcases work of UC Davis graduate students Since the grand opening of the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art last fall, the museum’s main…

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KDVS to host annual ORMF Music Festival
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KDVS to host annual ORMF Music Festival

Davis psychology professors to perform at annual festival Fear not: Spring Quarter’s abundance of live music has yet to end. KDVS’ annual festival, Operation Restore Maximum Freedom (ORMF),…

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Farmer’s Market profiles: Apple-a-Day Cider
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Farmer’s Market profiles: Apple-a-Day Cider

The quintessential FarMar drink It seems like everyone and their mother has sipped the sweet nectar of the farmers market gods: the famous Apple-a-Day Apple Cider. The Aggie…

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Winter to Spring makeup, skincare transitions
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Winter to Spring makeup, skincare transitions

UC Davis students talk seasonal makeup, skincare routines Despite common trends on Instagram or Youtube, makeup and skincare are very personalized routines — everyone does it a little…

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Pride profiles
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Pride profiles

Activism in LGBTQIA community uplifts others May is Pride Month at UC Davis — a month during which members of the LGBTQIA community can celebrate and heal through…

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Davis alumnus turned WWE superstar showcases new film
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Davis alumnus turned WWE superstar showcases new film

John Hennigan visits his alma mater — from kung fu films in the arboretum to pro-wrestling For 2002 Davis alumnus and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar John Hennigan,…

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The evolution of music festivals
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The evolution of music festivals

From Woodstock to Coachella — how outdoor festivals have evolved over the years It was the summer of 1969 at a dairy farm in Bethel, New York when…

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