UCLA student and founder of America First Bruins arrested by FBI for participation in insurrection at Capitol
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UCLA student and founder of America First Bruins arrested by FBI for participation in insurrection at Capitol

Davis College Republicans say they would expel anyone involved in extremist activities Christian Secor, an undergraduate UCLA student, was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) this…

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Yolo County places Moderna vaccines on hold due to allergic reactions, no vaccines from lot were administered
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Yolo County places Moderna vaccines on hold due to allergic reactions, no vaccines from lot were administered

New vaccine shipments set to arrive in Yolo County this week On Jan. 18, Yolo County announced that a batch of Moderna vaccines were placed on hold after…

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Coffee House closes down indefinitely after more than 50 years
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Coffee House closes down indefinitely after more than 50 years

Darin Schluep, the food service director, said they hope to reopen eventually The Coffee House (CoHo) at UC Davis announced that it would be closing indefinitely as of…

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UC system pushes to open in-person courses for next academic year
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UC system pushes to open in-person courses for next academic year

The UC system announced today that it will be reopening campuses for instruction for Fall Quarter 2021 The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) stated plans…

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Health care workers receive first doses of COVID-19 vaccine at UC Davis Medical Center
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Health care workers receive first doses of COVID-19 vaccine at UC Davis Medical Center

UC Davis Health begins administering shots to employees based on exposure risk for COVID-19, with plans to eventually distribute to general public Employees at the UC Davis Medical…

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UC Davis Panhellenic formally separates itself from associating with UC Davis IFC
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UC Davis Panhellenic formally separates itself from associating with UC Davis IFC

Multiple public sexual assault allegations impacted the relationship between the two organizations, according to the Panhellenic president UC Davis Panhellenic has dissociated from the UC Davis Interfraternity Council…

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UC Admissions extends application deadline to Dec. 4
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UC Admissions extends application deadline to Dec. 4

Website crashes on the eve of Nov. 30 application deadline System-wide technical difficulties with the UC application website prompted UC admissions to extend the undergraduate application deadline to…

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California announces mandatory curfew for counties in purple tier
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California announces mandatory curfew for counties in purple tier

Yolo County and Davis officials stress education before punishment, but urge residents to take restrictions seriously Effective Nov. 21, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a mandatory curfew for…

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Theta Chi fraternity quarantined after positive COVID case
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Theta Chi fraternity quarantined after positive COVID case

The matter is being further investigated by the university as nine of 10 fraternity members are residing in campus quarantine rooms Ten students living in the Theta Chi…

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ARC closes due to increase in Yolo County COVID-19 cases
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ARC closes due to increase in Yolo County COVID-19 cases

The ARC’s brief appointment-based open period early this month was cut short as the state moves Yolo County back to Purple Tier After a brief reopening on Nov.…

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Yolo County moves back into most restrictive Purple Tier
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Yolo County moves back into most restrictive Purple Tier

94% of California now lives in Purple Tier as cases rise, Yolo County officials urge holiday safety The state of California moved Yolo County back into the Purple…

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Three positive COVID-19 cases emerge from on-campus housing
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Three positive COVID-19 cases emerge from on-campus housing

Testing currently offered to students living in housing managed by Student Housing, sorority or fraternity housing, The Green at West Village, student firefighters, EMTs  The university confirmed that…

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UC Davis provides emergency housing for community members affected by wildfires
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UC Davis provides emergency housing for community members affected by wildfires

University wildlife reserves also heavily affected by fires Students, faculty and staff seeking housing support can call the Human Resources Shared Services call center at (530)754-4772 etween 8…

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UC will require all students, faculty, staff to receive influenza vaccine for fall
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UC will require all students, faculty, staff to receive influenza vaccine for fall

Requirement rooted in concern for influenza outbreak alongside COVID-19 pandemic A press release today from the University of California announced that all students, faculty and staff across UC…

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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd
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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd

Student activists inspired by Black Lives Matter protests across nation call for change in Davis community Protesters in Davis took to the streets this weekend to speak out…

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