Greater Sacramento region’s ICU capacity dropped to 9.4% as of Jan. 13
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Greater Sacramento region’s ICU capacity dropped to 9.4% as of Jan. 13

Davis mayor explains local ICU beds could fill up with patients from around the region  As of Jan. 13, the Greater Sacramento region’s intensive care unit (ICU) capacity…

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Lawsuits claim UC Davis’ Aggie Square project brings gentrification and environmental impacts to Oak Park neighborhood
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Lawsuits claim UC Davis’ Aggie Square project brings gentrification and environmental impacts to Oak Park neighborhood

The university is planning to move forward with its schedule for design and construction of Phase 1 despite the lawsuits, according to a UC Davis administrator Sacramento Investment…

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UC Davis Medical School experiences surge in applications
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UC Davis Medical School experiences surge in applications

Nationwide “Fauci effect” inspires students to enter healthcare career fields Students around the nation are responding to the current health crisis with action. Medical schools across the country…

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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 Davis Chancellor Gary May receives vaccination, encourages people of color to trust vaccine
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UC Davis Chancellor Gary May receives vaccination, encourages people of color to trust vaccine

May and UC Davis Health’s Dr. David Tom Cooke said they hope that their vaccinations will ease skepticism about the vaccine in communities of color On Jan. 5,…

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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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11 faculty members named AAAS’ 2020 Fellows
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11 faculty members named AAAS’ 2020 Fellows

Two faculty fellows explain what the recognition means to them The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has selected 11 UC Davis faculty members to receive…

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UC Davis researchers run COVID-19 childhood vaccine trials on infant primates
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UC Davis researchers run COVID-19 childhood vaccine trials on infant primates

The development of a children’s vaccine would allow kids to return to normal developmental environments and help curb the coronavirus pandemic Dr. Koen Van Rompay, a researcher at…

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UC Davis cases peak as UC Davis Medical Center and quarantine housing brace for more
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UC Davis cases peak as UC Davis Medical Center and quarantine housing brace for more

The university’s health center boasts flexibility in the face of many new cases, Primero Grove facility is currently well under capacity UC Davis cases have peaked to the…

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Aggie House will provide transitional living space for students struggling with homelessness, housing insecurity
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Aggie House will provide transitional living space for students struggling with homelessness, housing insecurity

The student organization is slated to offer housing in the 2021-22 school year UC Davis students Ashley Lo, Allie O’Brien and Katie Shen will be opening Aggie House,…

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Students claim lecturer failed to create safe environment in letter to chemistry department
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Students claim lecturer failed to create safe environment in letter to chemistry department

Requests from students include retroactive grade changes, better communication practices and diversity training Chemistry students submitted a letter of complaints against their lecturer, Dr. Daniel Nurco, to Chemistry…

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SR #4 veto override failed at Dec. 10 ASUCD Senate meeting
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SR #4 veto override failed at Dec. 10 ASUCD Senate meeting

A resolution opposing the elimination of the PE program passed  The ASUCD Senate meeting on Dec. 10 was called to order at 6:10 p.m. The meeting began with…

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SB #39 passed at Dec. 3 ASUCD senate meeting
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SB #39 passed at Dec. 3 ASUCD senate meeting

 ASUCD votes to oppose campus administration’s PE cuts The Dec. 3 Senate Meeting was called to order at 6:11 pm by Vice President Emily Barneond.  Environmental Policy and…

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Senator term review: Khalil Malik
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Senator term review: Khalil Malik

Malik describes challenges and rewards of working with The Pantry and addressing sexual assault and harassment issues Khalil Malik, a third-year political science major, will finish his term…

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Mondavi Center transitions to virtual productions, cancels live spring performances
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Mondavi Center transitions to virtual productions, cancels live spring performances

Live performances anticipated to resume in October 2021, dependent on COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Mondavi Center’s executive director The Mondavi Center has cancelled its spring performances for…

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