International graduate students note a ‘disparity of access’ in regards to non-resident tuition waiver extensions
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International graduate students note a ‘disparity of access’ in regards to non-resident tuition waiver extensions

Many international graduate students at UC Davis have had research disrupted by COVID-19 and are…

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The Editorial Board calls on UC Davis Athletics to withdraw from high-contact gameplay this season
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The Editorial Board calls on UC Davis Athletics to withdraw from high-contact gameplay this season

As COVID-19 death counts continue to rise, a strict following of COVID-19 guidelines is necessary…

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The Bike Campaign opens new nonprofit Bike Garage in Davis
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The Bike Campaign opens new nonprofit Bike Garage in Davis

Local bicyclists explain the benefits of biking for health, happiness and the environment The Bike…

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City of Sacramento receives $1.8 million grant for electric vehicle infrastructure
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City of Sacramento receives $1.8 million grant for electric vehicle infrastructure

Sacramento to continue its goal of becoming a California zero-emission vehicle capital The California Energy…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music
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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music

Warning: Spoilers ahead. Movie: “Someone Great” dir. by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson I have been known…

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Reduced cancer screenings due to COVID-19 fears may result in serious health outcomes
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Reduced cancer screenings due to COVID-19 fears may result in serious health outcomes

Health professionals remind public about the importance of early diagnoses and treatments to mitigate cancer…

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How to de-stress without breaking the bank
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How to de-stress without breaking the bank

Three ways to relax during midterm season As the storm of the first midterm season…

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Students invest after Gamestop stock surge
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Students invest after Gamestop stock surge

UC Davis’ stock market club and a professor of finance weigh in on the phenomenon…

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UC Davis, Sacramento City College receive $27,500 Equity Transfer Initiative grant for work with transfer students
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UC Davis, Sacramento City College receive $27,500 Equity Transfer Initiative grant for work with transfer students

Though undergraduate enrollment has decreased nationwide, UC Davis has seen a surge in applications and…

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Local businesses negatively impacted by storms, power outages
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Local businesses negatively impacted by storms, power outages

Power outages led to lost revenue, spoiled food and damaged infrastructure for Davis businesses Many…

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UC Davis Mind Institute develops maternal biomarkers test for early detection and potential early intervention of autism
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UC Davis Mind Institute develops maternal biomarkers test for early detection and potential early intervention of autism

The test uses machine learning to recognize autoantibody patterns in mother’s plasma that are highly…

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UC Davis research shows ‘shadow pandemic’ is disproportionately hurting women and girls
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UC Davis research shows ‘shadow pandemic’ is disproportionately hurting women and girls

UC Davis students and staff discuss COVID-19’s disproportionate effects on women, especially women of color…

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Your post-Valentine’s Day reminders and remedies
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Your post-Valentine’s Day reminders and remedies

The only difference between you and a calendar is that the calendar had a date…

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Each year, a new disaster spawns
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Each year, a new disaster spawns

 Drawn by: Ke Lin –– keylin@ucdavis.edu   Disclaimer: (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its…

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New super-coronaviruses discovered
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New super-coronaviruses discovered

Technically they’re mutants, but that didn’t sound as cool As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to…

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