Does oxytocin amplify your social experience?
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Does oxytocin amplify your social experience?

UC Davis researchers explore the effects of the hormone oxytocin on social interaction Upon extensive…

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Men’s Soccer puts UC Santa Barbara away
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Men’s Soccer puts UC Santa Barbara away

Late game flurry secures hard-fought victory over conference rivals Coming off its recent loss at…

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UC Davis Humanities Institute to host Human Rights Film Festival
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UC Davis Humanities Institute to host Human Rights Film Festival

Festival brings four different films to area, illustrates human rights issues The UC Davis Humanities…

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Humor: Taco Bell and UC Davis block each other on Instagram amid messy breakup
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Humor: Taco Bell and UC Davis block each other on Instagram amid messy breakup

Ever since UC Davis kicked Taco Bell off campus, tensions have been high All great…

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Las Vegas tragedy hits home
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Las Vegas tragedy hits home

2007 UC Davis alumna Michelle Vo killed in shooting The Aggie family lost one of…

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Wildfire smoke blankets Davis
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Wildfire smoke blankets Davis

Effect of wildfires all over Northern California on Davis Since Monday, Oct. 2, smoke has…

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Perspective in Politics: A personal dilemma with hate speech
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Perspective in Politics: A personal dilemma with hate speech

My experiences and core beliefs affect my views on hate speech “Hate speech” is a…

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2017-18 Campus Community Book Project chosen: Janet Mock’s “Redefining Realness”
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2017-18 Campus Community Book Project chosen: Janet Mock’s “Redefining Realness”

Several events planned around book, including Oct. 4 transgender rights talk Janet Mock’s New York…

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Hillary Clinton gives speech at UC Davis
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Hillary Clinton gives speech at UC Davis

Clinton spoke about women in politics, Russian involvement, gun reform On Oct. 9, former Secretary…

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Aggies come up short in overtime thriller
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Aggies come up short in overtime thriller

Men’s soccer falls 4-2-1 in conference play UC Davis men’s soccer suffered a heartbreaking 3-2…

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Money should not buy moral absolution
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Money should not buy moral absolution

USC refuses Weinstein’s money, sets example for institutions In response to The New York Times’…

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Humor: Frats now saying “I’d TAPS that” after being screwed by TAPS
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Humor: Frats now saying “I’d TAPS that” after being screwed by TAPS

TAPS: Those Awful People Suck Catcalling and the objectification of women have been taken one…

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My experience with mental illness is real, and now I’m ready to share
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My experience with mental illness is real, and now I’m ready to share

No single story looks the same — and that’s why listening is so important I…

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Cartoon: Are clubs getting too specific?
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Cartoon: Are clubs getting too specific?

  By: Elliot White   Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong…

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Early earthquake warnings can help protect Californians
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Early earthquake warnings can help protect Californians

More comprehensive early earthquake warning systems exist in nations like Mexico and Japan In September…

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