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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“A big step backwards” — Chancellor, UCOP respond to new Title IX rules around sexual assault, harassment
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“A big step backwards” — Chancellor, UCOP respond to new Title IX rules around sexual assault, harassment

Department of Education reveals new Title IX regulations New Title IX regulations regarding sexual harassment and assualt were revealed on Wednesday, May 6 by the Department of Education,…

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UC President says campuses will not be fully reopened by fall
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UC President says campuses will not be fully reopened by fall

Chancellor May convenes two task forces exploring how to return to campus UC campuses will not be fully reopened by this fall, according to UC President Janet Napolitano,…

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Spring Commencement to be held virtually, with possibility of later, in-person ceremony
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Spring Commencement to be held virtually, with possibility of later, in-person ceremony

UC Davis administration will explore option of in-person commencement in December UC Davis’ Spring Commencement of 2020 will move to a virtual platform due to COVID-19, rather than…

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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency
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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency

City’s landlords cannot evict renters unable to pay rent due to pandemic, related workplace closures The Davis City Council has unanimously passed a city-wide ordinance that will put…

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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19
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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19

UC Davis Health prepares for expected surge in coronavirus patients in the upcoming weeks  Employees of UC Davis Health have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last week,…

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Xenophobic message spray-painted on container near Toomey Field
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Xenophobic message spray-painted on container near Toomey Field

UC Davis, ASUCD officials encourage students, staff to uphold Principles of Community A shipping container in Toomey Field, located at the edge of campus on Russell Boulevard and…

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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled
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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled

Instruction to be done remotely for most, if not all, of spring Classes will be given remotely for all of Spring Quarter 2020 at UC Davis, according to…

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