Senate candidate Zaki Shaheen withdraws from race
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Senate candidate Zaki Shaheen withdraws from race

Shaheen’s name to remain on ballot, his votes will not be counted Senate candidate Zaki Shaheen chose to publicly withdraw from the race during the ASUCD debate on…

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UC Davis experiences several recent hate-based crimes
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UC Davis experiences several recent hate-based crimes

Students receive email warnings from UC Davis police The UC Davis community recently received two crime alerts from the UC Davis Police Department (UCDPD) labelled as “suspicious circumstances…

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UC President selects Gary May as new UC Davis chancellor
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UC President selects Gary May as new UC Davis chancellor

UC Board of Regents to vote on the appointment later this week University of California (UC) President Janet Napolitano announced her selection of Gary May as the new…

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Katehi controversy prompts decline of UC administrators seeking profitable subsidiary board positions
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Katehi controversy prompts decline of UC administrators seeking profitable subsidiary board positions

Tighter policies require greater approval of outside jobs Due to new policies implemented after the investigation of former UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, University of California (UC)…

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ASUCD Senate passes resolution submitting comments on LRDP
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ASUCD Senate passes resolution submitting comments on LRDP

SR #7 asks university to increase capacity for future campus housing On Jan. 26, ASUCD passed a new resolution to submit comments on the Notice of Preparation for…

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UC releases 2016 Annual Report on Sustainable Practices
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UC releases 2016 Annual Report on Sustainable Practices

UC Davis leads in sustainability with largest solar power plant of any university The University of California’s 13th Annual Report on Sustainable Practices was presented at the UC…

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UC Davis Global Affairs holds discussion on President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration
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UC Davis Global Affairs holds discussion on President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration

Speakers, including Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter, highlight dangers of executive orders for the campus community In a packed main lobby of the UC Davis International Center, UC…

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Trump’s immigration ban affects UC Davis community
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Trump’s immigration ban affects UC Davis community

Executive order has immediate consequences for UC Davis community President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Jan. 27, effective for 90 days, to impose a blanket restriction…

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UC Davis students participate in UC-wide #NoDAPL day of action
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UC Davis students participate in UC-wide #NoDAPL day of action

Student protesters march from MU flagpole to Mrak Hall UC Davis students and community members protested the installation of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) on Thursday, Feb. 2.…

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UC Davis holds first mental health conference
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UC Davis holds first mental health conference

Conference entails full day of speakers, panels, student-led discussions UC Davis held its first mental health conference at the UC Davis Conference Center from 9 a.m. to 7:30…

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Last week in Senate
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Last week in Senate

Last week in Senate The ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order by Vice President Abhay Sandhu on Feb. 2 at 6:12 p.m. Eight of the 11 senators…

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2017 ASUCD Winter Elections — Meet the Candidates
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2017 ASUCD Winter Elections — Meet the Candidates

Executive: Josh Dalavai and Adilla Jamaludin In order to follow through with their winter 2016 senatorial platforms into a new term, Josh Dalavai, a third-year political science major,…

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Shields Library hosts new exhibit for Davis centennial
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Shields Library hosts new exhibit for Davis centennial

New showcase provides opportunity for students to learn about city’s history A new exhibit recently opened at Peter J. Shields Library to celebrate the upcoming centennial of the…

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Student Health and Counseling Services hosts “Step Up to the Plate” campaign
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Student Health and Counseling Services hosts “Step Up to the Plate” campaign

Students promote fruit and vegetable meals via social media The Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) hosted the “Step Up to the Plate” campaign on campus from Jan.…

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PE classes may charge additional fees
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PE classes may charge additional fees

New fees to pay for equipment replacement To compensate for a decrease in university-allotted funds, the Department of Physical Education has proposed adding a fee to physical education…

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