Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly pick of movies, TV shows, books and music Movie: “Black Dynamite”…

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President Biden’s commitment to environmental and social justice are perfectly aligned with Catholic values
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President Biden’s commitment to environmental and social justice are perfectly aligned with Catholic values

In parallel with the pope, U.S. must address the impacts of environmental issues on BIPOC…

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Alzheimer’s Buddies at UC Davis aims to create lasting connections with patients
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Alzheimer’s Buddies at UC Davis aims to create lasting connections with patients

The UC Davis chapter of the national organization educates its members to build an understanding…

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Woodland Memorial Hospital vaccinates vulnerable populations in Yolo County against COVID-19
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Woodland Memorial Hospital vaccinates vulnerable populations in Yolo County against COVID-19

Various other services are available for underserved populations in Yolo County, including relief funds and…

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Why we need to understand the roots of riots
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Why we need to understand the roots of riots

The Capitol riots signal the threat of extremism, leaving teenagers especially vulnerable for online recruitment…

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Aggies share their experiences as Trader Joe’s crew members
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Aggies share their experiences as Trader Joe’s crew members

Two UC Davis students discuss working at Trader Joe’s during a pandemic Located on Russell…

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The mRNA vaccine explained
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The mRNA vaccine explained

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine creates antibodies just as effectively as other vaccination methods, but with the…

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New executive order revives highly conversed about topic in sports
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New executive order revives highly conversed about topic in sports

As Biden introduced a new anti-discrimination law on the basis of gender identity, the sports…

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Senate Bills #53, #55 and Senate Resolution #8 passed at Feb. 11 ASUCD senate meeting
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Senate Bills #53, #55 and Senate Resolution #8 passed at Feb. 11 ASUCD senate meeting

ASUCD senators voted to support South Asian students and promote campus diversity The Feb. 11…

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UC Davis students discuss how social media influenced the 2020 presidential election
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UC Davis students discuss how social media influenced the 2020 presidential election

Social media has become the leading platform for voters to receive news regarding the election,…

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As we approach the end of the quarter, now is a good time to reach out to instructors
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As we approach the end of the quarter, now is a good time to reach out to instructors

Many of us are dealing with both school-related and pandemic-related emotional stress The quarter system…

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Who gets to censor what is on our social media platforms?
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Who gets to censor what is on our social media platforms?

As social media and internet giants have banned political figures and platforms, some wonder how…

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A preview to Spring 2021 UC Davis Football
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A preview to Spring 2021 UC Davis Football

After long months of waiting, the Aggies are prepared to get back onto the field…

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Davis Blended Vacancy Rate rises to 12.2%
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Davis Blended Vacancy Rate rises to 12.2%

UC Davis Housing Department survey reveals highest vacancy rate in years as pandemic creates housing…

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More positive impacts that students and staff have made in their community during quarantine
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More positive impacts that students and staff have made in their community during quarantine

How volunteer and service organizations have continued to improve their communities in the pandemic As…

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