Student Jobs on Campus
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Student Jobs on Campus

Employment opportunities available for students of every talent and passion Between textbooks, tuition, housing and food, the expenses of the average college student stack up. Luckily, there are…

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UC Davis students use ASUCD services everyday: what is it, how to get involved
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UC Davis students use ASUCD services everyday: what is it, how to get involved

Association employs over 1,000 students, organizes events such as Picnic Day, Whole Earth Festival The connective organization overseeing a diverse range of activities and opportunities throughout UC Davis…

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Yolo Democratic Party calls for investigation into Student Judicial Affairs
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Yolo Democratic Party calls for investigation into Student Judicial Affairs

Claims of bias against low-income students, ethnic, racial minorities The Yolo County Central Committee has called for an investigation into the UC Davis Office of Student Support and…

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UC Davis community renounces Dixon vice mayor’s controversial column calling for Straight Pride American Month
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UC Davis community renounces Dixon vice mayor’s controversial column calling for Straight Pride American Month

Vice Mayor Ted Hickman tells UC Davis faculty, staff to read first amendment UC Davis announced its solidarity with members of the LGBTQIA+ community in condemning Dixon Vice…

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To Boldly Go, Aggie Square updates: draft for strategic plan released, state funding secured for satellite campus
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To Boldly Go, Aggie Square updates: draft for strategic plan released, state funding secured for satellite campus

State allocates $2.8 million for chancellor’s Aggie Square project The Chancellor’s Office, in conjunction with the Strategic Plan Steering Committee, recently released the draft version of the university’s…

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New hires at UC Davis
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New hires at UC Davis

Key appointments ready to serve UC Davis in Aggie Square, law, student affairs UC Davis has recently hired individuals to fill key leadership roles with the Aggie Square…

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Tunnel of Resistance event highlights cultural struggles
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Tunnel of Resistance event highlights cultural struggles

Organizers show intersectionality between resistance movements On June 1, the ASUCD Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission organized the event “The Tunnel of Resistance” at the MU Patio. The…

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Mayim Bialik, Kamala Harris, John Lewis cancel UC speeches following AFSCME pressure
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Mayim Bialik, Kamala Harris, John Lewis cancel UC speeches following AFSCME pressure

After three-day strike in May, noteworthy public figures decline speeches at UC commencements Actress, neuroscientist and UCLA alumna Mayim Bialik declined to speak at UCLA’s College of Letters…

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First ever ASUCD executive recall ends in failure
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First ever ASUCD executive recall ends in failure

Petition fails to receive necessary amount of signatures ASUCD President Michael Gofman and Vice President Shaniah Branson will remain in office as the effort that sought to recall…

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Students who held Mrak Hall sit-in in January placed on disciplinary probation
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Students who held Mrak Hall sit-in in January placed on disciplinary probation

Protests over proposed tuition hike leads to disciplinary action Six students and members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) who participated in a sit-in at Mrak Hall…

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Last Week in Senate
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Last Week in Senate

Turmoil in Senate as Senator Halawi makes allegations of ASUCD “corruption,” other senator resigns Vice President Shaniah Branson called the ASUCD meeting to order on Thursday, May 24…

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ASUCD Senators, Judicial Council Chair, President criticized for missing meetings
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ASUCD Senators, Judicial Council Chair, President criticized for missing meetings

Lack of attendance raises questions about accountability At recent ASUCD government meetings, elected officials have been criticized for missing meetings. Only four out of the 12 ASUCD senators…

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Last week in Senate
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Last week in Senate

Academic Affairs Commission chair announces lengthened transfer, freshmen orientations ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the weekly Senate meeting to order on Thursday, May 13 at 8:42 p.m.…

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Student Disability Center looks to technology to help students
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Student Disability Center looks to technology to help students

Adaptive technologies assist disabled students The Student Disability Center uses technology-driven tools and services to provide assistance to students with disabilities in order to meet their academic challenges.…

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UC Office of the President fails to complete budget on time
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UC Office of the President fails to complete budget on time

UC system falling behind on implementing auditor’s recommendations from 2017 The California State Auditor’s one-year evaluation of the University of California found that the UC did not implement…

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