ASUCD rules presence of American flag optional during Senate meetings
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ASUCD rules presence of American flag optional during Senate meetings

Senate Bill #76 creates controversy surrounding patriotism In order to keep ASUCD practices consistent with bylaws, the Internal Affairs Commission (IAC) created Senate Bill #76 to amend Section…

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$175 million found in hidden reserves at UC Office of the President
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$175 million found in hidden reserves at UC Office of the President

UC President Janet Napolitano paints California State Auditor report as mischaracterizing The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) hid over $175 million in reserves, some of…

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Veterinary Medical Center set to begin $508 million renovations
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Veterinary Medical Center set to begin $508 million renovations

UC Davis’ Veterinary Medical Center to undergo 10-year process of upgrades, additions UC Davis’ Veterinary and Animal Science departments rank number one in the world, due in large…

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International applications drop for first time in 12 years
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International applications drop for first time in 12 years

Drop in international applicants coincides with recent presidential election University of California (UC) international applicants are falling for the first time in 12 years. International students applications for…

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LGBTQIA Resource Center holds biweekly “Cuppa Tea” program
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LGBTQIA Resource Center holds biweekly “Cuppa Tea” program

Program offers discussion space for issues facing LGBTQIA community Every other Wednesday, the LGBTQIA Resource Center holds a discussion space called “Cuppa Tea,” in which members of the…

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TAPS installs new bike cage in Quad parking structure
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TAPS installs new bike cage in Quad parking structure

Faculty, staff, students can now safely park their bikes overnight for a fee In an attempt to make bike parking safer and more efficient, Transportation Services (TAPS) opened…

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UC Title IX coordinator addresses sexual assault prevention concerns
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UC Title IX coordinator addresses sexual assault prevention concerns

Kathleen Salvaty discusses program improvement, undocumented student protection, transparency UC Title IX coordinator Kathleen Salvaty hosted a conference call with University of California (UC) student reporters on April…

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UC Davis installs Plan B vending machine
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UC Davis installs Plan B vending machine

ARC vending machine sells morning-after pills, emergency contraceptives, condoms, other birth control UC Davis joined several universities in the United States in implementing a vending machine that dispenses…

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Last week in Senate
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Last week in Senate

The ASUCD Senate gathered on April 6 at the Memorial Union for its first meeting of Spring Quarter. The meeting was called to order at 6:12 p.m. by…

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UC Davis Medical Center recognized as a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality”
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UC Davis Medical Center recognized as a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality”

Health facility upholds nondiscrimination policies, practices for a seventh year The UC Davis Medical Center has proven its devotion to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) patients…

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Liquid nitrogen ice cream not to be offered at Picnic Day 2017
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Liquid nitrogen ice cream not to be offered at Picnic Day 2017

Environmental Health and Safety denies approval of liquid nitrogen ice cream stand The UC Davis Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AlChE) will be unable…

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UC Davis participates in UC-wide Global Poverty Action Day
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UC Davis participates in UC-wide Global Poverty Action Day

UC campuses come together to combat poverty Students are uniting across University of California campuses during the week of April 17 to bring attention to the multifaceted issue…

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Senator term review: Sofia Molodanof
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Senator term review: Sofia Molodanof

ASUCD Senator Sofia Molodanof’s term ended at the end of Winter Quarter 2017 after a year in the association. She ended her time as senator with a senate…

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Senator term review: Irveen Grewal
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Senator term review: Irveen Grewal

Irveen Grewal, a third-year political science major, is one of six ASUCD senators whose terms have come to an end. Grewal ran on the Summit slate with a…

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Senator term review: Michael Chan
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Senator term review: Michael Chan

Michael Chan, a fourth-year computer science major, was sworn in as an interim ASUCD senator on Feb. 9 to replace Senator Sam Park, who resigned on Jan. 19.…

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