All lives do not matter until Black lives matter
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All lives do not matter until Black lives matter

The Editorial Board expresses its solidarity with nationwide protests for Black Lives Matter movement George…

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Revisiting “Friends” in 2020
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Revisiting “Friends” in 2020

The iconic, trendsetting ‘90s sitcom is both revered, criticized today  The NBC sitcom “Friends,” which…

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“Normal People” review: It’s not like this with other books
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“Normal People” review: It’s not like this with other books

The universal appeal of “Normal People” is captured both on paper, on screen  What is…

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Online activism: Club leaders discuss promoting climate justice while in quarantine
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Online activism: Club leaders discuss promoting climate justice while in quarantine

Environmental Club, Sunrise Davis continue activist work digitally Whether it be the Women’s March or…

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Retail therapy doesn’t have to be an oxymoron
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Retail therapy doesn’t have to be an oxymoron

It can provide the creative stimulation we need to move forward To many, retail therapy…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Noisy chicken edition  May 14 “Chickens.” “Screaming chickens.” May 15 “Loud chickens.” “Neighbor just threatened…

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Woodland undertakes beautification project to encourage pollination
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Woodland undertakes beautification project to encourage pollination

Bee City USA aims to support pollination, raise awareness In January of 2019, the City…

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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators
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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators

May, administrators discuss COVID-19 impact on university, Campus Media Board, mental health The California Aggie’s…

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Academic Senate allows instructors to make finals optional in light of pandemic, protests
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Academic Senate allows instructors to make finals optional in light of pandemic, protests

Instructors are not required to make finals optional, not authorized to cancel scheduled finals In…

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Curbside pickup gives retail businesses more flexibility, economic opportunities during California’s shelter-in-place order
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Curbside pickup gives retail businesses more flexibility, economic opportunities during California’s shelter-in-place order

Yolo County loosens restrictions for non-essential businesses as California enters stage 2 of COVID-19 response…

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Humor: Chancellors hold secret meeting during COVID-19
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Humor: Chancellors hold secret meeting during COVID-19

“How can we keep screwing students if there’s a pandemic?” In this series of investigative…

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In deep blue California, Republicans find signs of life
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In deep blue California, Republicans find signs of life

Mike Garcia’s special election victory shows Republicans how to succeed in blue states After a…

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A new reality
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A new reality

As sports begin the process of returning, packed arenas aren’t coming with them There is…

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:o) Emoticons: a Conversation :o)
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:o) Emoticons: a Conversation :o)

Like the characters, not emojis (@_@;) We are all familiar with emojis, the little pictures…

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Three ways that “The Hunger Games” is actually a cornucopia of truth
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Three ways that “The Hunger Games” is actually a cornucopia of truth

A dystopian fiction: the mockingjay of reality The “Hunger Games” series gained immense popularity back…

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