Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Album: “This Time” by…

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City attorney: Judge rules in city’s favor in Lincoln40 lawsuit
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City attorney: Judge rules in city’s favor in Lincoln40 lawsuit

Student housing project can now move forward after defeating lawsuit alleging inadequate Environmental Impact review…

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Fifth annual Davis Pride to take place May 19
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Fifth annual Davis Pride to take place May 19

Community pride celebrations welcome all In the year of the Stonewall riots’ 50th anniversary, Davis…

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SB 24 would secure access to abortion pills on California public university campuses
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SB 24 would secure access to abortion pills on California public university campuses

Amid nationwide attacks on reproductive rights, California should pass SB 24 The Calif. State Senate…

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Couch Concert: VirgoGabrielle
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Couch Concert: VirgoGabrielle

Young local musician tells a personal story with her music First-year community and regional development…

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Foreign lobbies are controlling what you can say and do on your own college campus
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Foreign lobbies are controlling what you can say and do on your own college campus

Through a concerted political effort, foreign countries are utilizing extensive financial ties to influence academia…

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UC Davis research team helps small farms in Mozambique, Tanzania
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UC Davis research team helps small farms in Mozambique, Tanzania

Research examines protection against extreme drought in two African nations Jonathan Malacarne, a sixth-year Ph.D.…

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A Bounce in the Right Direction
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A Bounce in the Right Direction

New TV deal, injury to one of its biggest stars brings more attention to WNBA…

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Food delivery apps help students living in dorms take a break from DC food
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Food delivery apps help students living in dorms take a break from DC food

First-year students discuss the role of apps like UberEATS, DoorDash Food delivery services such as…

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Sol Blume returns for its second year in Downtown Sacramento
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Sol Blume returns for its second year in Downtown Sacramento

Boutique R&B and Soul festival features lineup up of predominantly women and people of color…

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ER patients need feminism, and feminism needs men
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ER patients need feminism, and feminism needs men

“Time’s Up Healthcare” has the potential to smite the patriarchy The Time’s Up movement is…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Flip flops with socks, a violation April 25 “Daughter under the influence, throwing items up…

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American children are not being taught their most important lesson: Climate change
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American children are not being taught their most important lesson: Climate change

Kids have the willingness to take action if given the chance and knowledge When did…

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Ito defies odds, powers back to the floor
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Ito defies odds, powers back to the floor

After three surgeries, sophomore gymnast Alyssa Ito earns honors recognition Year after year, collegiate gymnastics…

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Reflecting on the 10th annual A Taste of Davis
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Reflecting on the 10th annual A Taste of Davis

Davis Odd Fellows Lodge hosts another successful event On April 25 from 6 to 8…

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