Unitrans, CoHo partner for “Get Out the Vote” rally on first day of ASUCD elections
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Unitrans, CoHo partner for “Get Out the Vote” rally on first day of ASUCD elections

$1 CoHo discount tickets will be distributed to first 1,000 undergraduates who vote Unitrans drivers will be distributing $1 CoHo discount tickets to the first 1,000 undergraduates who…

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Gov. Newsom’s proposed increase in funding for UC conditional on tuition freeze
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Gov. Newsom’s proposed increase in funding for UC conditional on tuition freeze

UC system does not expect tuition increase in near future On Jan. 10, 2019, newly-elected California Gov. Gavin Newsom released his state budget proposal for the 2019-20 year.…

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ASUCD statement replaces failed Senate resolutions about Natalie Corona’s death
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ASUCD statement replaces failed Senate resolutions about Natalie Corona’s death

After public criticism over expressed support for law enforcement, new statement focuses on Corona’s legacy Almost three weeks after Davis police officer Natalie Corona was killed in the…

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PETA files lawsuit against UC Davis over treatment of primates
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PETA files lawsuit against UC Davis over treatment of primates

In wake of multiple violations in last six years, lawsuit could force release of footage recorded within Primate Center. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed…

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Senate report: senators are yet to complete required sensitivity trainings
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Senate report: senators are yet to complete required sensitivity trainings

KDVS’ general manager asks Senate to fight for units located in Freeborn in light of planned demolition ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the Jan. 31 Senate meeting…

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Senate report: senators are yet to complete required sensitivity trainings
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Senate report: senators are yet to complete required sensitivity trainings

KDVS’ general manager asks Senate to fight for units located in Freeborn in light of planned demolition ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the Jan. 31 Senate meeting…

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UC warns students, staff against using messaging apps in China
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UC warns students, staff against using messaging apps in China

Email alerted UC travelers about potential risks in using applications like WeChat, Whatsapp in China An email sent by an individual from the UC Office of the President’s…

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Jan. 22 ASUCD open forum begins in protest, ends without resolution
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Jan. 22 ASUCD open forum begins in protest, ends without resolution

Controversy over “Blue Lives Matter” movement leaves Davis community, ASUCD in opposition ASUCD hosted an impromptu open forum in the CoHo on Jan. 22 in response to the…

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Governor’s proposed state budget increases funding for UC system, mental health initiatives
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Governor’s proposed state budget increases funding for UC system, mental health initiatives

State budget has $36.4 billion allocated for UC, CSU, Community College systems Newly-elected California Governor Gavin Newsom released his state budget proposal on Jan. 10, 2019. Within the…

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After controversial termination of counseling director last year, hiring process underway
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After controversial termination of counseling director last year, hiring process underway

Two remaining candidates: one currently holds interim position, other chief of mental health at CA State Prison, Sacramento Following the controversial termination of UC Davis’ former Counseling Services…

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Local church, campus group accused of restricting leadership roles for queer people
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Local church, campus group accused of restricting leadership roles for queer people

LGBTQIA members of University Covenant Church, Catalyst speak about being in these groups “Five years. I spent five years at University Covenant Church involved on both staff and…

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Librarians from several UCs rallied outside Shields during bargaining negotiations
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Librarians from several UCs rallied outside Shields during bargaining negotiations

Demands for competitive pay with CSU, CCC librarians UC librarians, represented by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers Unit 17 (UC-AFT), a union that also represents UC lecturers,…

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Third annual Mental Health Conference features 12 different workshops, 3 panels
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Third annual Mental Health Conference features 12 different workshops, 3 panels

Free event draws around 1,000 attendants The third annual Mental Health Conference took place on the weekend of Jan. 12 and 13 at the UC Davis Conference Center.…

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UC Regent Student Advisor position eliminated, only two student positions remaining
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UC Regent Student Advisor position eliminated, only two student positions remaining

UC student leaders express concern over perceived lack of transparency in decision to eliminate position The UC Regents recently decided to remove the UC Regents Student Advisor position,…

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Adventure Awaits: Picnic Day 2019
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Adventure Awaits: Picnic Day 2019

Theme, grand marshal announced for annual event The 105th celebration of Picnic Day will be held on Saturday, April 13, during which an estimated 75,000 past, current and…

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