Fighting Zoom fatigue this virtual Fall Quarter
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Fighting Zoom fatigue this virtual Fall Quarter

The Editorial Board shares the little moments and activities keeping us upbeat while at home…

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The 2020 election is about more than the presidency. Get out and vote!
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The 2020 election is about more than the presidency. Get out and vote!

UC Davis should postpone mandatory lectures, exams on Nov. 3 so students can focus on…

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Understanding both sides: What to know before voting on Measure B
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Understanding both sides: What to know before voting on Measure B

Davis students and activists discuss how the measure may help or harm the city Everyone…

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561 cases of COVID-19 have been reported by employees and 138 by students
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561 cases of COVID-19 have been reported by employees and 138 by students

UC Davis marks the fifth-highest number of COVID-19 cases among UC schools There have been…

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City will lease empty apartments to members of homeless population during upcoming winter
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City will lease empty apartments to members of homeless population during upcoming winter

Creative solution will shelter residents from cold, decrease spread of COVID-19 On Sept. 22, the…

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Chancellor May responds to concerns by senators about potential COVID-19 spread on campus
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Chancellor May responds to concerns by senators about potential COVID-19 spread on campus

The university prepares for COVID-19 outbreaks by setting aside a 400-bed facility to house quarantined…

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Los Angeles: city of champions once again
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Los Angeles: city of champions once again

Lakers win 17th title in franchise history, bringing an end to the eventful NBA season…

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Students return to Davis for fall instruction, boon for businesses but parties pose risk
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Students return to Davis for fall instruction, boon for businesses but parties pose risk

Clubs cancel Halloween parties, find safe ways to have fun events The first fall quarter…

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Our healthcare system has failed those they deem undiagnosable and untreatable
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Our healthcare system has failed those they deem undiagnosable and untreatable

The healthier everyone is, the more we all benefit Last Spring, I enrolled in a…

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Yolo County Moves down into Red Tier for COVID-19, some indoor services including dining allowed
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Yolo County Moves down into Red Tier for COVID-19, some indoor services including dining allowed

Despite progressing into Red Tier, public officials urge residents to continue following safety guidelines On…

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All there is to know about facemasks
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All there is to know about facemasks

Experts compare the efficacy of different masks in blocking particles Although wearing masks in public…

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UCD Football hopeful for spring season
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UCD Football hopeful for spring season

With the FCS playoff scheduling being released, the spring season takes shape Right about now,…

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Very clever Facebook dad calls Donald Trump a “cheeto”
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Very clever Facebook dad calls Donald Trump a “cheeto”

You’ve really done it this time, Dave.  Dave was tired. The presidential debate on Tuesday…

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“Fads are just a fad, will go away eventually,” experts warn
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“Fads are just a fad, will go away eventually,” experts warn

People love fads, but not enough to keep them around, apparently Our top reporter R.E.…

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Study abroad and off-campus programs adapt to function virtually
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Study abroad and off-campus programs adapt to function virtually

Programs continue to offer students opportunities and growth through remote platforms While a majority of…

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