Pros and cons of 2020 resolutions: chancellor and students discuss
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Pros and cons of 2020 resolutions: chancellor and students discuss

Some may see their resolutions through, while others watch resolutions fizzle out by February Inevitably,…

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The future of the NFL looks dystopian
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The future of the NFL looks dystopian

The NFL will never be safe enough We’re a century into the NFL, and I’m…

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Gardens grow penises: A transgender student challenges gender norms through art
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Gardens grow penises: A transgender student challenges gender norms through art

‘My Vagina’ piece a part of the installation project for ART 151 Kaiden Zaldumbide’s art…

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Davis City Council calls for PG&E to transform into customer-owned utility
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Davis City Council calls for PG&E to transform into customer-owned utility

Devastating wildfires and long-term blackouts caused by PG&E spur Davis representatives to call for its…

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Student-athletes train with their teams over break during winter training
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Student-athletes train with their teams over break during winter training

Many of the dedicated student athletes were on campus training for their upcoming seasons UC…

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Davis PD weighs possibility of public security cameras, plate readers to combat theft
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Davis PD weighs possibility of public security cameras, plate readers to combat theft

Police are considering installing surveillance equipment around city to ward off future property crimes The…

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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter
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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter

UCPath payroll issues may continue as two more campuses added to system in December Despite…

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Recently approved respite center in Davis crucial for addressing homelessness
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Recently approved respite center in Davis crucial for addressing homelessness

This first step cannot be end of city’s efforts  Davis City Council took a critical…

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Burger Patch expands to Downtown Davis
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Burger Patch expands to Downtown Davis

New burger restaurant makes additional plant-based alternatives accessible to Davis community In an era of…

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Applications for Fall 2020 study abroad programs opening this month
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Applications for Fall 2020 study abroad programs opening this month

Students, advisors recommend starting early, seeking help via advising centers A significant amount of planning…

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Sarah Dessen’s Twitter meltdown sheds light on a larger issue
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Sarah Dessen’s Twitter meltdown sheds light on a larger issue

Art should invite response, both positive and negative I’m not an avid reader of young…

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UC Davis professors working to improve the early diagnosis and detection of Alzheimer’s awarded grants
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UC Davis professors working to improve the early diagnosis and detection of Alzheimer’s awarded grants

California Department of Public Health awards grants to two research teams focused on studying Alzheimer’s…

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LSU, Clemson poised to deliver electric title game
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LSU, Clemson poised to deliver electric title game

College football national championship caps memorable season After a four-month marathon, the college football season…

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An ode to the 2010’s
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An ode to the 2010’s

The highlights of the decade Dear 2010s, our relationship has had many ups and downs.…

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Culture Corner with Sydney Odman
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Culture Corner with Sydney Odman

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows Movie: “Little Women”…

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