Protecting teachers unions from renewed assaults is a moral imperative
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Protecting teachers unions from renewed assaults is a moral imperative

A new lawsuit aims to strip crucial funds from teachers unions Teachers unions are threatened…

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Sacramento’s  “ArtStreet” exhibit showcases diverse artwork
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Sacramento’s “ArtStreet” exhibit showcases diverse artwork

Don’t miss this free exhibit ending on Saturday, Feb. 25 Entering the partially-indoor, partially-outdoor world…

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The A(Maze)ing Aggies
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The A(Maze)ing Aggies

Women’s tennis coach Bill Maze reflects on career, 2017 season The UC Davis women’s tennis…

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UC Davis women’s water polo dominates Aggie Shootout
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UC Davis women’s water polo dominates Aggie Shootout

Aggies win three of four games over weekend tournament It was a very successful weekend…

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Davis’ Whole Foods Market shuts down
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Davis’ Whole Foods Market shuts down

Local Whole Foods closes Feb. 12 After five years of providing business to students and…

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University of California, Davis City Council sever Wells Fargo contracts
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University of California, Davis City Council sever Wells Fargo contracts

Wells Fargo faces fraud, predatory lending charges, other controversies The University of California (UC) will…

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Armadillo, KDVS collaborate to host Vinyl and Music Fair
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Armadillo, KDVS collaborate to host Vinyl and Music Fair

The perfect event for old-school music lovers Armadillo Music, an independent record store located in…

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Academics unite in peaceful rally against immigration ban
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Academics unite in peaceful rally against immigration ban

Faculty, students recount personal tales of immigration; highlight value of diversity UC Davis students, faculty…

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Protest against Planned Parenthood in Woodland is met with counter protests
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Protest against Planned Parenthood in Woodland is met with counter protests

Demonstrations take place at hundreds of Planned Parenthood locations nationwide Over 100 protesters both for…

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Memorial Union to reopen Spring Quarter
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Memorial Union to reopen Spring Quarter

Opening date pushed back to May 1 Students have awaited the full reopening of the…

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Humor: Midterm to cover slides, Ch. 1-14, lab, readings and any and all information ever written
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Humor: Midterm to cover slides, Ch. 1-14, lab, readings and any and all information ever written

Students able to complete the course with B- or higher guaranteed total omniscience DAVIS, Calif.…

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Harlow’s Nightclub presents Khalid
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Harlow’s Nightclub presents Khalid

19-year-old brings soul, cutting-edge sounds to Sacramento “That was Khalid with his hit song ‘Location,’”…

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ASUCD President Alex Lee vetoes amendment for creation of Judicial Council
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ASUCD President Alex Lee vetoes amendment for creation of Judicial Council

Veto included revision abandoning creation of oversight committee for judicial council Last month ASUCD President…

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Women’s gymnastics take two
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Women’s gymnastics take two

Aggies’ win their sixth straight The UC Davis women’s gymnastics team started its weekend off…

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Humor: Don’t owe your friends money — owe them experiences
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Humor: Don’t owe your friends money — owe them experiences

The barter system was made for college I’m not someone who clings to his masculinity…

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