Gunshots fired by DaVinci Apartments
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Gunshots fired by DaVinci Apartments

Suspect still on the loose The Davis Police Department received reports of gunshots by DaVinci Apartments on Thursday, June 12 at 10:30 p.m. City of Davis Police Lieutenant…

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UC Davis to offer online MBA
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UC Davis to offer online MBA

Program to offer small classes, chance to meet classmates in person The UC Davis Graduate School of Management will offer an online MBA program beginning in Fall 2019.…

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Documents reveal 19 substantiated cases of employee sexual misconduct at UC Davis between 2016–18
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Documents reveal 19 substantiated cases of employee sexual misconduct at UC Davis between 2016–18

In some cases, harassment, assault spans months or even years CW: Sexual assault, violence, harassment Last fall, UC Davis officials from Strategic Communications sent The California Aggie a…

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UC Regents approve the addition of Lassen Field Station to UC Davis Natural Reserve System
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UC Regents approve the addition of Lassen Field Station to UC Davis Natural Reserve System

Lassen marks the first addition to the reserve system since 1999 A field station in Lassen National Park was added to the UC Natural Reserve System and marks…

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ASUCD could “financially collapse” in the next three years if measures are not taken
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ASUCD could “financially collapse” in the next three years if measures are not taken

Potential student base fee increase in the works to tackle $545,000 budget deficit Over the past few years, ASUCD has accumulated a budget deficit of about $545,000. The…

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Recreation Pool to reopen June 10
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Recreation Pool to reopen June 10

Construction took just over a year, finished on schedule After being closed for over a year, the Recreation “Rec” Pool is reopening just in time for the end…

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Senate passes second resolution to disarm campus police
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Senate passes second resolution to disarm campus police

Controversy over the first resolution that was written by a graduate student resulted in an undergraduate reintroducing the bill. Vice President Shreya Deshpande called the May 23 ASUCD…

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Less than a dozen students attend ASUCD town hall
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Less than a dozen students attend ASUCD town hall

Audience member questions Senate’s outreach strategies The ASUCD Spring Quarter Town Hall gathered a sparse crowd at the CoHo on May 23. While 16 individuals marked “going” on…

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M.E.Ch.A. student group to consider name change
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M.E.Ch.A. student group to consider name change

Move would take out “Chicanx” and “Atzlán” from name, terms that some see as potentially exclusionary The Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.) recently announced that the organization…

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Governor Gavin Newsom’s annual budget proposal includes increased funds for UC system
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Governor Gavin Newsom’s annual budget proposal includes increased funds for UC system

UC could see 1.2% increase in funding California Governor Gavin Newsom recently released a revised 2019-2020 budget proposal with nominally increased funds for higher education in the state.…

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Xicanx Futurity exhibition comes to an end, Native American students discuss future actions
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Xicanx Futurity exhibition comes to an end, Native American students discuss future actions

Native American and Indigenous Student Advisory Committee proposed to consult chancellor The Xicanx Futurity exhibition at the Manetti Shrem closed on May 5. The controversial exhibition, featuring the…

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UC workers represented by AFSCME Local 3299 hold 5th strike in past year
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UC workers represented by AFSCME Local 3299 hold 5th strike in past year

12 arrested at board of regents meeting Just weeks after their last state-wide strike, AFSCME 3299 partnered with University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE-CWA 9119) to protest unfair…

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Lengthy discussion over Police Disarmament resolution ensues at May 16 Senate Meeting
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Lengthy discussion over Police Disarmament resolution ensues at May 16 Senate Meeting

After SR #14 passed, Judicial Council issues temporary injunction An estimated 20 members of the public voiced their opinions on Senate Resolution #14, which calls for the disarmament…

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May Regents meeting addresses Catholic hospital affiliation, tuition hike
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May Regents meeting addresses Catholic hospital affiliation, tuition hike

Undergraduate nonresident tuition will be raised by $762 for 2019-20 school year The University of California Board of Regents held meetings at the UCSF campus on from May…

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Judicial Council rules 2015 BDS resolution unconstitutional
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Judicial Council rules 2015 BDS resolution unconstitutional

Senate Resolution #17 encouraged UC to divest from Israeli companies Senate Resolution #17, passed by the ASUCD Senate in 2015, was ruled unconstitutional by the Judicial Council for…

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