UC Davis meets next student regent
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UC Davis meets next student regent

Last year, Jesse Cheng walked by an application open on a computer screen to be student regent-designate 30 minutes before it was due. He thought, why not?

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SENATE BRIEFS
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SENATE BRIEFS

ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the Jan. 28 meeting location, the Memorial Union's Mee…

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Winter 2010 ASUCD election campaigns commence
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Winter 2010 ASUCD election campaigns commence

As ASUCD President Joe Chatham and Vice President Chris Dietrich near the end of their term, three new candidates vie for the soon-to-be vacant executive office.

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Students compile an “Immigrants Tale” documentary
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Students compile an “Immigrants Tale” documentary

Seeking to celebrate UC Davis' diverse student body, the Cross Cultural Center is developing a narrative documentary of students' origins.

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UC Regents approve incentive pay for medical executives
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UC Regents approve incentive pay for medical executives

At their meeting at UC San Francisco, Mission Bay, the UC Board of Regents approved $3.1 million in incentive pay for senior UC medical administrators.

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UC Davis earthquake survivor organizes Haiti relief efforts
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UC Davis earthquake survivor organizes Haiti relief efforts

John Gunel knows how a 7.6 magnitude earthquake feels: like being on the end of a machine gun.

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UC applications rise amid fee increases
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UC applications rise amid fee increases

Student fees may be on the rise, but the hike in tuition has not deterred a record number of applicants from seeking admission to the University of California…

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UC and clerical employee union strike deal on temporary layoffs
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UC and clerical employee union strike deal on temporary layoffs

Last December the UC and the Coalition of University Employees came to an agreement concerning the effects of temporary layoffs.

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More than one way to get in trouble with SJA
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More than one way to get in trouble with SJA

Students dread hearing they have been referred to the Student Judicial Board, but few actually understand the process that follows.

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Campus judicial report
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Campus judicial report

A first-year student was referred to Student Judicial Affairs for plagiarism after he failed to properly cite sources from a website. Three sentences were copied without the use…

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Students celebrate all identities during ‘Beyond the Binary Week’
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Students celebrate all identities during ‘Beyond the Binary Week’

Shades of gray will be celebrated this week as the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center hosts a variety of events aimed at spreading the message that sexuality…

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Students scramble to enroll in required courses
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Students scramble to enroll in required courses

As students filed in to the Science Lecture Hall for Douglas Gross' Human Anatomy course at the start of winter quarter, one thing became certain - UC Davis…

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Senate Briefs
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Senate Briefs

ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the Jan. 21 meeting location, the Memorial Union’s Mee…

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Apartment complexes compete for student business
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Apartment complexes compete for student business

Signs advertising free beer, a stretch bus limousine, even a keg - it appeared to many on Thursday afternoon that UC Davis was hosting a wild keg crawl.

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UC Davis advocacy plans take shape in response to governor’s budget
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UC Davis advocacy plans take shape in response to governor’s budget

With Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's budget proposal unveiled on Jan. 8, UC Davis has begun crafting advocacy plans in response to the governor's promises for higher education.

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