Review: “Unbelievable”
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Review: “Unbelievable”

Netflix’s latest true crime documentary goes beyond  Netflix released a miniseries based on an article…

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Humor: Students begin sliding into DMs via Canvas
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Humor: Students begin sliding into DMs via Canvas

What if I left you a winky face underneath your Discussion post? Haha just kidding……

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City of Davis to transition to district-based election system
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City of Davis to transition to district-based election system

Under threat of lawsuit, City of Davis revamps council member elections, districts  Under the threat…

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Unit directors confirmed at Sept. 26 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Unit directors confirmed at Sept. 26 ASUCD Senate meeting

ASUCD reveals rebranding campaign, 10-year “Going Forward” plan A special senate session was held on…

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UC Davis Equestrian Team heads out of state to launch new season
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UC Davis Equestrian Team heads out of state to launch new season

Off to the races One of the up-and-coming programs at UC Davis is the women’s…

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Christian French dives into music industry “Head First”
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Christian French dives into music industry “Head First”

“bright side of the moon” tour comes to an end after 22 shows After previously…

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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students
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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students

Digitalization of the test allows for additional test dates, reduces paper waste The Law School…

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For the sake of the environment alone, moderates AND progressives must unify behind the Democratic nominee.
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For the sake of the environment alone, moderates AND progressives must unify behind the Democratic nominee.

No matter who it is. No matter what. Like many American progressives, I believe our…

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ASUCD office brings student issues to the state Capitol
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ASUCD office brings student issues to the state Capitol

Office works on food, housing insecurity issues A student-run office under the ASUCD executive branch…

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PG&E fails Californians, again
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PG&E fails Californians, again

Power shut-offs by PG&E necessitates awareness, preparedness It’s wildfire season in California and, unsurprisingly, the…

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Global climate strikes pick up momentum in Davis
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Global climate strikes pick up momentum in Davis

Youth in Davis organizes city-wide climate strike  High-school students, their families and the community at…

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Additional details released about 2020 undergraduate commencement exercises
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Additional details released about 2020 undergraduate commencement exercises

Each of the four colleges to have majors split across all three ceremonies After its…

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When music drives movies: exploring the work of Damien Chazelle, Edgar Wright
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When music drives movies: exploring the work of Damien Chazelle, Edgar Wright

Music, movies — why choose?  Music has long been the Robin to many a feature…

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Gov. Newsom signs SB 206, igniting new push for student-athlete compensation
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Gov. Newsom signs SB 206, igniting new push for student-athlete compensation

Fair Pay to Play Bill becomes law After much talk and anticipation, California Governor Gavin…

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Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows. Movie: “Election” Ryan…

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