Muslim students respond to recent political events
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Muslim students respond to recent political events

Muslim Student Association curates five-part Davis Muslim lecture series The UC Davis Muslim Student Association (MSA) will host a five-part Islam awareness lecture series on campus for students…

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Sexcessful Campaign launched in time for Valentine’s Day
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Sexcessful Campaign launched in time for Valentine’s Day

Events to promote safe sex On Feb. 1, Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) launched its “Are You Sexcessful Campaign” to raise awareness about physically and emotionally safe…

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Michael Chan sworn in as interim senator
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Michael Chan sworn in as interim senator

Chan replaces former senator Sam Park Michael Chan, a fourth-year computer science major, was sworn in as the newest interim ASUCD senator on Feb. 9. Chan is replacing…

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University of California Regents meet, approve first tuition raise in six years
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University of California Regents meet, approve first tuition raise in six years

Regents approve tuition increase in 16-4 vote The Regents of the University of California (UC) met at UC San Francisco at Mission Bay on Jan. 25 and 26,…

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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 in the Memorial Union’s Mee Room on Jan. 26 at 6:10…

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UC Davis receives $2.2 million from Assembly Bill 2664
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UC Davis receives $2.2 million from Assembly Bill 2664

Funding to expand innovation, entrepreneurship infrastructure UC Davis received $2.2 million in state funding last month from Assembly Bill 2664. AB 2664, the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Expansion Bill,…

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Senator Bill Dodd visits UC Davis
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Senator Bill Dodd visits UC Davis

Davis College Democrats host Dodd for question and answer session During the Davis College Democrats’ (DCD) second meeting of the quarter on Jan. 18, attendees were given the…

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AB 1887 prevents use of state funds, including UC funds, for travel to states with anti-LGBT laws
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AB 1887 prevents use of state funds, including UC funds, for travel to states with anti-LGBT laws

Law to affect students selected to attend National Conference on Undergraduate Research One of the many new California laws that took effect on Jan. 1 was Assembly Bill…

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UC system hires Title IX coordinator
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UC system hires Title IX coordinator

Kathleen Salvaty to oversee implementation of UC policy against sexual harassment, violence The University of California (UC) system announced in a press release that it hired Kathleen Salvaty…

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Last week in Senate
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Last week in Senate

The second ASUCD Senate meeting of the new year was called to order by Vice President Abhay Sandhu on Jan. 19 at 6:14 p.m. in the Mee Room…

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Action Jackson — famous breeding donkey — dies at 29
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Action Jackson — famous breeding donkey — dies at 29

Action Jackson known for quality breeding, extroverted personality The UC Davis Horse Barn at the Cole Facility recently lost its famous breeding donkey named Action Jackson, who died…

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ASUCD Senator Sam Park resigns
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ASUCD Senator Sam Park resigns

Interim senator to be appointed On Jan. 19, ASUCD Senator Sam Park resigned from Senate. Park, a fourth-year political science major, stepped down due to personal reasons. ASUCD…

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UC Davis graduate creates online website to connect students with professionals for career advice
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UC Davis graduate creates online website to connect students with professionals for career advice

Huttle helps students receive career advice from professionals at Google, Amazon, Facebook Recent UC Davis graduate Chris Tung along with Michelle Masek from Arizona State University have created…

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UC Davis plans to bottle student wine for $80
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UC Davis plans to bottle student wine for $80

Campus winery aims to remain environmentally sustainable Due to the passing of state law on Jan. 1, the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology can now avoid…

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UC Davis to host first ever mental health conference
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UC Davis to host first ever mental health conference

Conference aims to destigmatize mental health, inspire students to engage in mental health work UC Davis will host its first ever mental health conference at the UC Davis…

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