Chief Mexican delegate visits campus
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Chief Mexican delegate visits campus

This year, Cinco de Mayo in Davis will offer more than just $4 happy hour margaritas at Agave - we'll be getting a visit from the Consul General…

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Students for Justice in Palestine raise mock apartheid wall
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Students for Justice in Palestine raise mock apartheid wall

The tension in the Gaza strip was recreated on campus yesterday, as members from the UC Davis chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine set up a mock…

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Administrators see no immediate impact of reductions on courses
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Administrators see no immediate impact of reductions on courses

Additional budget reductions for 2010-11 have forced UC Davis administrators to analyze the impact these cuts will have on class availability.

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Chocolate and depression may be linked, research shows
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Chocolate and depression may be linked, research shows

Those frequent trips to Yolo Berry for chocolate frozen yogurt may mean more than just a sweet tooth.

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Real Food Week highlights sustainable, humane agriculture
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Real Food Week highlights sustainable, humane agriculture

Davis, as both a civic community and a campus, is often thought of as a progressive area for those interested in making sure food is grown organically, humanely…

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Scientific sharing made transparent
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Scientific sharing made transparent

If Morgan Langille had his way, scientists could access the entire sequence of human DNA at the click of a mouse.

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Guantánamo abuse unveiled in campus talk
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Guantánamo abuse unveiled in campus talk

Despite the torture he says he experienced for years, former Guantánamo Bay prisoner Omar Deghayes still thinks reconciliation between the Middle East and the United States is possible.

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Governor promises to restore UC funding
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Governor promises to restore UC funding

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger promised to restore $848 million in funding to the UC, CSU and California Community college systems Tuesday during a meeting with higher education leaders.

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News in Brief
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News in Brief

A UC Davis sophomore, Pierce Hunter, was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault.

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ASUCD Senate Briefs
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ASUCD Senate Briefs

ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the April 29 meeting location, the Memorial Union's Mee…

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UC Davis takes reins of UC Center Sacramento
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UC Davis takes reins of UC Center Sacramento

It was a mere nine months ago that the UC Center Sacramento was on life support when a conversation between UC President Mark Yudof and UC Davis Chancellor…

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‘Suspicious’ fire burns down coffee kiosk by King Hall 
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‘Suspicious’ fire burns down coffee kiosk by King Hall 

A fire broke out Friday morning at the Cargo Coffee Co. kiosk next to the UC Davis School of Law, burning the kiosk to the ground.

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Anti-phishing efforts increased to educate campus
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Anti-phishing efforts increased to educate campus

A disembodied hand sends messages, one of which reaches a stick figure among many. The hand fools the figure into divulging its private information. Soon, the stick figure…

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Students, alumni respond to Picnic Day controversy
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Students, alumni respond to Picnic Day controversy

News of Picnic Day's potential demise quickly spread around campus over the past week and students are responding in full force.

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Used bikes up for grabs at this weekend’s auction
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Used bikes up for grabs at this weekend’s auction

Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will auction off over 400 unclaimed bike and bike parts found on campus at this Saturday's biannual bike auction.

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