Yolo County moves to ‘moderate’ orange tier
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Yolo County moves to ‘moderate’ orange tier

As Yolo County moves forward with reopening, local businesses are able to provide county residents with increased services On March 24, 2021, Yolo County moved from the red…

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UC students call for UCPD policy changes, budgetary reallocations during second UC Campus Safety Symposium
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UC students call for UCPD policy changes, budgetary reallocations during second UC Campus Safety Symposium

Many prospective campus proposals to reimagine campus safety and security were discussed at the symposium During the second live University of California Campus Symposium on March 24, students,…

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UC Davis Health unveils $3.75 billion hospital expansion
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UC Davis Health unveils $3.75 billion hospital expansion

Residents remain skeptical of renovations This February, UC Davis Health (UCDH) released a $3.75 billion plan to rebuild and expand its medical center in Sacramento, “California Tower.” The…

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Requirement for professors to give end-of-quarter exams waived again for Spring Quarter 2021
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Requirement for professors to give end-of-quarter exams waived again for Spring Quarter 2021

Students will also have up until the last day of instruction to take a class pass/no pass The requirement for professors to give end-of-quarter exams has been waived…

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UC Davis launches a $3 million project for farmworkers
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UC Davis launches a $3 million project for farmworkers

The project provides resources about farmworkers’ rights and COVID-19 spread prevention for farmworkers in their languages, as well as for distributors, employers and others in the agricultural industry…

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Student employees eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, low availability at UC Davis clinic
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Student employees eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, low availability at UC Davis clinic

Though approximately 7,500 student workers are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, few students have received their doses on campus due to low supply On March 1, just…

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Several pieces of emergency legislation passed at March 11 ASUCD senate meeting
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Several pieces of emergency legislation passed at March 11 ASUCD senate meeting

The ASUCD senators voted to support The Pantry in hiring three new managers to meet heightened student demand The March 11 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order…

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Twelve UC Davis faculty awarded the 2021 Early Career Grant
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Twelve UC Davis faculty awarded the 2021 Early Career Grant

UC Davis assistant professors shed light on how their projects will revolutionize the future of science Twelve members of UC Davis faculty were awarded the 2021 CAREER grant,…

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UC Davis researcher finds stress is correlated with increased rates of intimate partner violence during the pandemic
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UC Davis researcher finds stress is correlated with increased rates of intimate partner violence during the pandemic

Resources such as CARE and Empower YOLO are available to offer free services to survivors The initial COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 forced the world into a new…

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Legislation passed to help with ASUCD structure, campus layoffs, proctored exams at ASUCD March 4 meeting
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Legislation passed to help with ASUCD structure, campus layoffs, proctored exams at ASUCD March 4 meeting

Commission chairs and senators discussed the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, among other things. Vice President Emily Barneond called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m.  Barneond introduced…

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International students discuss the challenges of F-1 visas in the post-Trump era
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International students discuss the challenges of F-1 visas in the post-Trump era

Many challenges remain for international students at UC Davis amid the pandemic International graduate students at UC Davis continue to face obstacles to conducting their research, and these…

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Friends and former roommates remember Aggie Ameena Hayat
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Friends and former roommates remember Aggie Ameena Hayat

Hayat was the spiritual sister coordinator for the Muslim Student Association and died suddenly in a nine-car pile-up in San Lorenzo on Feb. 24 Ameena Hayat, a 22-year-old…

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UC multicampus research grant advances automation in agriculture and addresses the cultural preservation of Indigenous groups
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UC multicampus research grant advances automation in agriculture and addresses the cultural preservation of Indigenous groups

The $19 million grant is distributed to all nine UC campuses and funds eight new projects at UC Davis The University of California (UC) awarded $19 million to…

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African American and African Studies Department gains first presidential chair through endowment by local alumni
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African American and African Studies Department gains first presidential chair through endowment by local alumni

The $1.5 million donation was made by UC Davis alumni after a chance encounter with AAS faculty UC Davis alumni couple Daryl and Lois Goss donated $1.5 million…

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Quarterly reports, Judicial Council member confirmed at Feb. 25 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Quarterly reports, Judicial Council member confirmed at Feb. 25 ASUCD Senate meeting

The Elections Committee discussed the issue of low voter turnout in ASUCD elections Senator Amanjot Gandhoke called the Feb. 25 Senate meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. The…

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