UC, CSU systems consider first tuition increases after five-year tuition freeze
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UC, CSU systems consider first tuition increases after five-year tuition freeze

UC tuition, fees could rise by $363 per student by fall 2017 The University of…

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UC workers to strike on Jan. 10 across UC campuses
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UC workers to strike on Jan. 10 across UC campuses

University accused of violating state labor laws, bad faith bargaining The University of California member-run…

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Support these organizations this holiday season
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Support these organizations this holiday season

The Editorial Board’s favorite charities In the spirit of the holidays, the members of the…

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Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

To the UC Davis community, On behalf of The California Aggie, I want to personally…

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Goodbye, Australia
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Goodbye, Australia

Ten weeks abroad showed me I’m not ready to graduate Well. Ten weeks have passed…

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We don’t have to tolerate ‘tolerance’
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We don’t have to tolerate ‘tolerance’

Acceptance of identities and opposing views is increasingly necessary Tolerance and acceptance are two separate…

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Fingerprint recognition on smartphones unsafe and hackable
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Fingerprint recognition on smartphones unsafe and hackable

New ultrasonic technology to change personal information security Smartphones, tablets and laptops have become so…

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Under pressure
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Under pressure

Woodland tech startup works on developing world’s most sensitive pressure sensor TacSense, Inc., a Woodland…

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UC Davis Athletic Department Fall Overview
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UC Davis Athletic Department Fall Overview

As fall seasons slow down, it’s time for an overall look at the athletics department…

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An earful: a holiday playlist
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An earful: a holiday playlist

Non-traditionals takes on traditional winter-time tracks Holiday music appeases two types of people: those anticipating…

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Here’s the Scoop
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Here’s the Scoop

The Aggie investigates Davis’ ice cream offerings It seems ironic for someone who is lactose…

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Writing through the writer’s block
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Writing through the writer’s block

National Novel Writing Month is over — now what? Over the course of the past…

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The collective effort for individual well-being
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The collective effort for individual well-being

Students, faculty aim to promote wellness Chemistry professor Andreas Toupadakis makes sure to ask the…

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Sparks fly in Light the Fire
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Sparks fly in Light the Fire

Local author Matt Biers-Ariel’s latest novel Many believe that standardized testing is a measure of…

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Bike Campaign offers bicycles to those who cannot afford them
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Bike Campaign offers bicycles to those who cannot afford them

Volunteer program distributes bicycles, aims to foster positive biking experiences Davis, California — home to…

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