Native American Studies Department, Native American elders express dismay with Manetti Shrem exhibit
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Native American Studies Department, Native American elders express dismay with Manetti Shrem exhibit

Certain items removed from exhibition   The Native American Studies (NAS) department at UC Davis, as well as Native American elders in the Davis community, have expressed concern…

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Student Advisor to the Chancellor application open through April 21
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Student Advisor to the Chancellor application open through April 21

Chancellor May’s student advisors serve as advocates for the undergraduate community UC Davis undergraduates have the opportunity to apply to be student advisors to the Chancellor. The application…

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WiFi improvements made in Shields Library’s Main Reading Room
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WiFi improvements made in Shields Library’s Main Reading Room

Library and IET Staff collaborate to install additional wireless access points On Tues. March 19, staff members of Shields Library and the Information and Educational Technology (IET) placed…

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Initiative to make UC Davis herbicide-free gains momentum
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Initiative to make UC Davis herbicide-free gains momentum

Grounds department already taking steps to minimize herbicide usage The ASUCD Environmental Policy and Planning Commission (EPPC) is making progress towards making UC Davis a herbicide-free campus. This…

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Paul Kim hired as new director of UC Davis Counseling Services
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Paul Kim hired as new director of UC Davis Counseling Services

Students, community express mixed reactions to Kim’s hiring Paul Kim, the previous interim director of UC Davis Counseling Services, has been hired as its permanent director. His hiring…

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Unitrans acquires two new double-decker buses
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Unitrans acquires two new double-decker buses

New buses allow for higher capacity, increased service Unitrans recently acquired two new double-decker buses. With these buses, the unit is able to increase the capacity of passengers,…

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UC Davis hosts 105th Picnic Day celebration
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UC Davis hosts 105th Picnic Day celebration

Community open house is one of the largest student-run events in the nation Adventure awaits at UC Davis’ 105th annual Picnic Day, which will kick off at 9:30…

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Picnic Day Student Organization Fair includes a variety of clubs and on-campus student organizations
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Picnic Day Student Organization Fair includes a variety of clubs and on-campus student organizations

Student organizations will be tabling throughout the quad UC Davis’ annual Picnic Day will involve a variety of student clubs and organizations that highlight student involvement on campus.…

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Professor Anita Oberbauer wins prestigious university prize
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Professor Anita Oberbauer wins prestigious university prize

Oberbauer will receive $50,000 with her award Dr. Anita Oberbauer, an animal science professor at UC Davis, recently received the UC Davis Prize for Undergraduate Teaching and Scholarly…

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Construction of UC Davis Recreation Pool on schedule
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Construction of UC Davis Recreation Pool on schedule

Rec Pool to be replaced by two new pools that may not suit the needs of certain aquatic club teams The UC Davis Recreation Pool (Rec Pool) has…

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Protest in favor of dismissing Professor Joshua Clover held
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Protest in favor of dismissing Professor Joshua Clover held

Chancellor Gary May says that there will be no further university investigation into Clover’s conduct In an attempt to demonstrate their belief that professor of English and comparative…

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City explores possibility of piloting homeless respite center
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City explores possibility of piloting homeless respite center

Mayor’s staff developing proposal, options to provide basic amenities for Davis homeless When overnight shelters like Fourth and Hope in Woodland and Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter (IRWS) close…

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Members of Senate call for Senator Zapardiel’s resignation at Mar. 14 Senate meeting
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Members of Senate call for Senator Zapardiel’s resignation at Mar. 14 Senate meeting

Zapardiel accused of threatening Senator Maraiyesa in a Facebook group chat The Mar. 14 Senate meeting was called to order at 6:16 p.m. in the Mee Room of…

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Accusations of hazing, assault, general misconduct within Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh! come to light
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Accusations of hazing, assault, general misconduct within Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh! come to light

Steps toward justice for victims are being taken, starting with suspension of band alumni Several accounts of hazing, assault and a generally “toxic” culture within UC Davis’ California…

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CoHo nutrition facts spreadsheet gains circulation, surprises students
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CoHo nutrition facts spreadsheet gains circulation, surprises students

Popular menu items including baked goods, burritos boast high calorie counts, while “Nourish” labels have potential to steer students toward healthier choices Former ASUCD Senator Atanas Spasov recently…

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