Harry Styles: What a world-famous rockstar should look like in 2020
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Harry Styles: What a world-famous rockstar should look like in 2020

“Treat People With Kindness” is not just a song off of Styles’ latest album, an…

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From STEM to design, the life of student artist Thomas Telles
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From STEM to design, the life of student artist Thomas Telles

How Telles found a passion for art, tigers  What began as a simple love for…

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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest
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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest

Despite Napolitano, chancellors’ voluntary 10% pay cut, UC faces multiple budget challenges  UC President Janet…

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Two months and counting…
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Two months and counting…

After nearly three sport-less months, plans of beginning again still uncertain Just six months ago,…

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Catching up with Davis artist Lillian Frances
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Catching up with Davis artist Lillian Frances

Arts writer Caroline Rutten Zooms with Lillian Frances, talks debut album It has been a…

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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue
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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue

Lack of non-verbal cues, physical tiredness contribute to the phenomenon Without actually seeing people in…

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Only through film can Russia’s soul be captured
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Only through film can Russia’s soul be captured

A glance at Russian cinema unveils a nation that is both honest and misunderstood From…

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Who is the voice of our generation?
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Who is the voice of our generation?

Picking just one would be a disservice to the uniqueness of our generation  As our…

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Annual Rotary BBQ in the Park continued in new format despite COVID-19 pandemic, extra safety precautions implemented
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Annual Rotary BBQ in the Park continued in new format despite COVID-19 pandemic, extra safety precautions implemented

Rotary BBQ offered “to-go” meals to follow social distancing protocol, proceeds donated to local nonprofits…

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Orientation Office prepares for modified operational status of campus
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Orientation Office prepares for modified operational status of campus

Aggie 101, Aggie Advising resources available to admitted students in meantime In regards to upcoming…

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The California Aggie’s “In 100 Words or Less”
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The California Aggie’s “In 100 Words or Less”

This year’s theme for The California Aggie’s Literary Magazine was “In 100 Words or Less.”…

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Senate reserves down to $81, Senate passes resolution urging disaffiliation from Chinese universities over treatment of Tibet at May 21 meeting
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Comfort food: Solve your problems by eating them
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Comfort food: Solve your problems by eating them

Have your cake, eat it too Nothing is more comforting than a strong cup of…

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Instruction to be delivered remotely for Summer Sessions as enrollment spikes
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Instruction to be delivered remotely for Summer Sessions as enrollment spikes

Number of total units enrolled across all students jumps by 27.9% Summer Sessions, split up…

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Carnegie Fellowship awarded to UC Davis Professor Andrés Reséndez
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Carnegie Fellowship awarded to UC Davis Professor Andrés Reséndez

Exploration of 500 year-old sea voyage relevant to COVID-19 today Andrés Reséndez, a Latin American…

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