Racist graffiti found in Death Star, 25 students and staff members receive white supremacist email
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Racist graffiti found in Death Star, 25 students and staff members receive white supremacist email

Police tracking email servers, email recipient says university should do more  Twenty-five staff — including some students — linked to the African American studies and political science departments…

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Undergraduates to study at Aggie Square campus in Fall 2020
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Undergraduates to study at Aggie Square campus in Fall 2020

“Quarter at Aggie Square” program set to begin at Sacramento campus UC Davis has released new information about the progress of Aggie Square in Sacramento — including details…

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Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies receives $1M in state funding
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Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies receives $1M in state funding

Funding to support wide-scale Filipino research survey, media justice lab, advocacy, education efforts The Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies at UC Davis received a $1 million allocation in…

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Only six seated senators show up for Halloween Senate meeting, with five arriving on time
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Only six seated senators show up for Halloween Senate meeting, with five arriving on time

Senate discusses UCPath payment issues for employees at CoHo — some students have not been paid since September Only Senators Maya Barak, Sean Kumar, Shondreya Landrum, Karolina Rodriguez…

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UC Davis now has study abroad, internship programs on all seven continents
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UC Davis now has study abroad, internship programs on all seven continents

Antarctica, Lebanon, Tanzania among new additions to Global Affairs, Global Learning Hub Global Affairs and the Global Learning Hub — formerly the Study Abroad Office — have introduced…

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Same-day voter registration to come to UC Davis campus
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Same-day voter registration to come to UC Davis campus

MU polling place will have same-day registration by 2020 general election For the 2020 general election in November, students will no longer need to drive to Woodland for…

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Roughly 6.7% of students vote in Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections
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Roughly 6.7% of students vote in Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections

Six senators elected, three of four constitutional amendments fail  The results of the Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections were posted online today following a cancellation of a public…

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UCPath payment issues lead to student protests, causing administrative response
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UCPath payment issues lead to student protests, causing administrative response

Similar issues seen when UCPath rolled out at other UC campuses in recent years  UCPath, the UC’s centralized payroll and human resources system, completed its implementation at UC…

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ASUCD elections website fails to show constitutional amendments to Tuesday morning voters
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ASUCD elections website fails to show constitutional amendments to Tuesday morning voters

Early voters’ anonymity compromised as Elections Committee emails students directly, asking for their votes on four ballot measures The ASUCD elections website failed to show the entire ballot…

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Student organizations support DACA and “I Stand With…” solidarity campaigns
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Student organizations support DACA and “I Stand With…” solidarity campaigns

UC campaign comes just weeks before US Supreme Court hears case on DACA The UC’s “I Stand With…” campaign, which launched on Oct. 22, aims to encourage campus…

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Office of Research launches four specialized research centers
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Office of Research launches four specialized research centers

New efforts emphasize UC Davis’ commitment to interdisciplinary research The Office of Research spearheaded four new special research programs through the Inter and Multidisciplinary Program to Accelerate Convergence…

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Medication abortions to be administered at all California public universities starting 2023
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Medication abortions to be administered at all California public universities starting 2023

With some states rolling back abortion rights, California becomes first state to offer this type of abortion on college campuses Starting in 2023, both the UC and California…

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Campus police implement new security measures for Bainer Hall
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Campus police implement new security measures for Bainer Hall

Mechanical and aerospace engineering students kept informed Following a spate of robberies in Bainer Hall throughout September and October, UC Davis Campus Police have implemented added security measures…

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Resolution in support of student debt cancellation bill passed at Oct. 24 Senate meeting
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Resolution in support of student debt cancellation bill passed at Oct. 24 Senate meeting

Joint ASUCD-Graduate Student Association Housing Task Force report presented The Oct. 24 ASUCD Senate meeting was held in Meeting Room D at the Student Community Center (SCC). Vice…

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Fall Quarter ASUCD elections move forward without elections chair
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Fall Quarter ASUCD elections move forward without elections chair

Scheduling delays, technical malfunctions pose rocky start for this round of elections ASUCD finds itself without an elections committee chair and without any members of the elections committee…

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