Unit directors confirmed at Sept. 26 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Unit directors confirmed at Sept. 26 ASUCD Senate meeting

ASUCD reveals rebranding campaign, 10-year “Going Forward” plan A special senate session was held on Sept. 26 in the Student Community Center Multipurpose room. Senator Sahiba Kaur arrived…

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ASUCD office brings student issues to the state Capitol
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ASUCD office brings student issues to the state Capitol

Office works on food, housing insecurity issues A student-run office under the ASUCD executive branch that works to represent the needs of UC students on the local, state…

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Additional details released about 2020 undergraduate commencement exercises
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Additional details released about 2020 undergraduate commencement exercises

Each of the four colleges to have majors split across all three ceremonies After its initial announcement in Spring Quarter 2019 that UC Davis would be transitioning away…

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Emergency grants soon to be available to UC Davis students facing homelessness
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Emergency grants soon to be available to UC Davis students facing homelessness

UC secures $3.5 million to address homelessness, basic needs among students  New funds have been secured to provide UC students with access to rapid rehousing grants. The aid,…

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Electric buses to come to UC Davis in 2020
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Electric buses to come to UC Davis in 2020

Buses to take students to West Sacramento, Downtown Sacramento  Students can expect an expansion to the existing bus service from campus to the Davis Medical Center in Sacramento…

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UC Davis professor arrested in Turkey recalls experiences
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UC Davis professor arrested in Turkey recalls experiences

Professor Baki Tezcan considers himself lucky compared to Turkish academics who have lost their jobs in government crackdown Following a brief arrest in Istanbul, Turkey this summer, Associate…

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Animal rights activists urge sanctions after deaths of seven baby primates garner media attention
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Animal rights activists urge sanctions after deaths of seven baby primates garner media attention

UC Davis Primate Center faces scrutiny this summer The California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) at UC Davis came under fire again this summer after it was reported…

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ASUCD rebrands for 2019-20 school year
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ASUCD rebrands for 2019-20 school year

Association aims to increase student engagement across student life With the new school year beginning, ASUCD plans to launch an expansive rebranding effort as well as organize other…

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Visiting scholar to UC Davis robbed at gunpoint, irreplaceable research data stolen
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Visiting scholar to UC Davis robbed at gunpoint, irreplaceable research data stolen

GoFundMe page set up to help scholar has already exceeded fundraising goal Syed Fahad Shah, a visiting scholar to UC Davis, was robbed at gunpoint last Friday, Sept.…

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Sexual misconduct, bullying, retaliation, hazing revealed in Band-Uh! investigation reports
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Sexual misconduct, bullying, retaliation, hazing revealed in Band-Uh! investigation reports

Documents released after Band-Uh! investigation shine light on the former organization’s practices, environment Details included as part of a climate survey report into the organization formerly known as…

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Police chief gives new information about anti-Semitic fliers found on campus
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Police chief gives new information about anti-Semitic fliers found on campus

Fliers credited to neo-Nazi, white supremacist group American Identity Movement Updated at 4:46 p.m. New information has emerged regarding the anti-Semitic fliers posted around campus on Monday, Sept.…

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Second incident of anti-Semitic fliers found on campus in less than a year
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Second incident of anti-Semitic fliers found on campus in less than a year

Chancellor, Jewish fraternity respond to anti-Semitic incident Anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi fliers were recently found distributed throughout campus, according to a message from UC Davis Chancellor Gary May posted on…

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UC President Janet Napolitano to step down next year
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UC President Janet Napolitano to step down next year

Napolitano served seven years as UC President, during which she survived a cancer diagnosis UC President Janet Napolitano announced to the UC Regents at their meeting today, Sept.…

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Processing times mean students could still owe after submitting SHIP Waiver
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Processing times mean students could still owe after submitting SHIP Waiver

Fee payment deadline is today, Sept. 15 Students whose Student Health Insurance Plan Waivers were tentatively approved should be on the lookout — they could still be on…

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Band-uh! to be permanently disbanded, university announces
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Band-uh! to be permanently disbanded, university announces

Serious allegations of misconduct lead Student Affairs to axe student-led band The Cal Aggie Marching Band, popularly referred to as the Band-Uh!, will cease to exist following allegations…

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