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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UC Davis student showing symptoms of COVID-19 unable to get tested
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UC Davis student showing symptoms of COVID-19 unable to get tested

Lack of tests for COVID-19, resources impact UC Davis students, community Disclaimer: The identity of the UC Davis student who disclosed having symptoms similar to COVID-19 has been…

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Employee at UC Davis Health tests positive for COVID-19
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Employee at UC Davis Health tests positive for COVID-19

UC Davis researchers continue work to identify possible treatments, vaccine An employee on the UC Davis Health campus in Sacramento tested positive for COVID-19, according to an announcement…

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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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UC audit demonstrates inadequate documentation of admissions processes
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UC audit demonstrates inadequate documentation of admissions processes

 Lack of diversity among students admitted by exception Phase II of an internal admissions audit of the UC recently revealed that UC campuses have been poorly tracking the…

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City of Davis urges residents to shelter-in-place, UC Davis closes ARC, campus
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City of Davis urges residents to shelter-in-place, UC Davis closes ARC, campus

Gov. Gavin Newsom issues directives to practice social distancing in response to COVID-19 pandemic The City of Davis released a message urging residents to shelter-in-place and practice social…

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In light of new initiative, what do the Principles of Community mean to UC Davis?
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In light of new initiative, what do the Principles of Community mean to UC Davis?

Following 30th Principles of Community week, a look into university’s “four words campaign” For the past 30 years, the UC Davis campus community has aimed to stand by…

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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars
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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars

Seven scholars are recipients of prestigious award celebrating global perspectives The Chronicle of Higher Education announced that UC Davis is a “top producer” of Fulbright U.S. Scholars for…

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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus
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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus

Students impacted by UCPath failure may receive monetary compensation The Feb. 26 Senate meeting was called to order at 6:12 p.m by ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande who…

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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote
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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote

Information released regarding future instruction, commencement Editor-in-Chief Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Managing Editor Hannah Holzer, Campus News Editor Kenton Goldsby, Opinion Editor Hanadi Jordan and Arts and Culture Editor Liz…

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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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UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns
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UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns

UCSC COLA organizers push for a digital picket, movements discuss public safety, concerns about student basic needs In light of the decision by several UC campuses to cancel…

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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas
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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas

Basic Needs Committee plans for mental health training, orientation videos  When students sign in to Canvas, they are now able to access mental health resources as easily as…

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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection
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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection

Digital archive, dating back to 1915, now available through California Digital Newspaper Collection The California Aggie, formerly known as The Weekly Agricola, is the first undergraduate UC newspaper…

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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis
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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis

Finals to either be administered as alternative assignments, online examinations or eliminated altogether UC Davis announced on Tuesday, March 10 that all in-person finals at UC Davis will…

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