UC Davis continues to be a top school for sustainability
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UC Davis continues to be a top school for sustainability

UC Davis is most sustainable university in U.S., third globally, according to GreenMetric Rankings For the third year in a row, UC Davis has been named the “most…

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From spread to slices: CoHo avocados have a new look
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From spread to slices: CoHo avocados have a new look

CoHo switches from avocado spread to individually wrapped avocados, demonstrating trade-offs made for sustainability In Fall Quarter 2019, the CoHo introduced an unlisted change to its menu: instead…

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Discussion of ASUCD’s budget deficit and upcoming fee referendum at Dec. 5 Senate Meeting
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Discussion of ASUCD’s budget deficit and upcoming fee referendum at Dec. 5 Senate Meeting

Senate determines emergency legislation aimed at providing supplies for The Pantry is unconstitutional Senator Shondreya Landrum called the Dec. 5 ASUCD Senate meeting to order at 6:15 p.m.…

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$15 billion schools bond to come before California voters on March 3
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$15 billion schools bond to come before California voters on March 3

$2 billion of bond would benefit UC schools A $15 billion bond to support preschool, K-12 and higher education will be placed before California voters on March 3…

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Contracts between UC and Dignity Health restrict care that conflicts with religious doctrine
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Contracts between UC and Dignity Health restrict care that conflicts with religious doctrine

Religious doctrine dictates care for patients, what is taught to medical students and what care is allowed to be performed by UC doctors Dignity Health, a Catholic hospital…

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Students paid the majority — or $23.5 million dollar — of UC Davis’ 2018-19 athletics budget
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Students paid the majority — or $23.5 million dollar — of UC Davis’ 2018-19 athletics budget

Breaking down students’ contribution to UC Davis athletics Students at UC Davis directly fund student athletics: For 2018-19, the NCAA reported that student fees made up $23.5 million,…

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Chair of Math Department likens UC’s diversity statements to 1950 anti-Communist oaths in op-ed
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Chair of Math Department likens UC’s diversity statements to 1950 anti-Communist oaths in op-ed

Following publication of piece, discussion and debate ensues Diversity statements are political litmus tests, according to an editorial notice published in the December issue of the American Mathematical…

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Spring commencement speakers include CA Surgeon General, College District Chancellor, NASA Astronaut
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Spring commencement speakers include CA Surgeon General, College District Chancellor, NASA Astronaut

Distinguished alumni announced as speakers Among the many distinguished UC Davis alumni, three were announced as speakers for the campus’ undergraduate commencements in June. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s…

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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter
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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter

UCPath payroll issues may continue as two more campuses added to system in December Despite student protests and large-scale backlash, as many as 50 students had not received…

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UC Davis abortion reversal study halted after three women suffered adverse effects
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UC Davis abortion reversal study halted after three women suffered adverse effects

First clinically sound abortion reversal study only enrolled 12 of 40 patients; three women went to emergency room  A UC Davis Health study run by OB/GYN Dr. Mitchell…

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Student services and jobs threatened unless students vote to pass ASUCD fee referendum
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Student services and jobs threatened unless students vote to pass ASUCD fee referendum

Proposed fee would be $34 per quarter, the first increase to fee since 1979 Facing a roughly $500,000 deficit, the Associated Students of the University of California, Davis…

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Highlights from the last Democratic Debate of the year
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Highlights from the last Democratic Debate of the year

Biden, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Steyer, Yang discuss education, climate change, international relations The California Aggie attended the sixth Democratic Debate on Thursday, Dec. 19 at Loyola Marymount…

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Academic Researchers United union reaches agreement with UC
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Academic Researchers United union reaches agreement with UC

ARU becomes the first union in the nation to reach an agreement that covers academic researchers The Academic Researchers United (ARU), a union consisting of almost 5,000 researchers…

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Security Implementation Project includes modernized safety resources on campus
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Security Implementation Project includes modernized safety resources on campus

Farrow praises student involvement in improving campus security Following a number of burglaries targeting university buildings, UC Davis Campus Police Chief Joe Farrow and Security Director Jeff Rott…

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Senators debate, pass resolutions on animal rights, Hong Kong at Nov. 6 meeting
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Senators debate, pass resolutions on animal rights, Hong Kong at Nov. 6 meeting

Senate approves bill to follow California public meeting law, the Brown Act The Senate meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14, was called to order at 6:20 p.m. by Senator…

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