California Hall opens for public use, other campus projects under construction
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California Hall opens for public use, other campus projects under construction

Design and Construction Management workers discuss campus projects The Design and Construction Management (DCM) office at UC Davis has been busy with the recent opening of California Hall,…

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Federal government shutdown affects UC Davis
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Federal government shutdown affects UC Davis

Some research grants delayed, already-awarded federal financial aid not at risk UC Davis, a federally-funded institution, is not immune to the effects of the ongoing federal government shutdown.…

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Facing growing budget deficit, Unitrans proposes fee referendum
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Facing growing budget deficit, Unitrans proposes fee referendum

Student fees funding Unitrans would increase by $13.30 if referendum successful Unitrans recently began instituting changes to combat its growing budget deficit, including decreasing the frequency of certain…

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Senator Ko Ser Lu Htoo resigns
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Senator Ko Ser Lu Htoo resigns

Htoo cites frustration with ASUCD president in resignation post ASUCD Senator Ko Ser Lu Htoo, elected in the winter of 2018, announced her resignation from the senatorial position…

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Legislation recognizing death of Natalie Corona not passed at special Senate
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Legislation recognizing death of Natalie Corona not passed at special Senate

Controversy erupts at Senate meeting — critics question necessity of Corona-specific resolution A special session of the ASUCD Senate was held on Friday after the association cancelled its…

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Memorial for slain police officer Natalie Corona held at UC Davis
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Memorial for slain police officer Natalie Corona held at UC Davis

Thousands gathered to honor Corona’s life, memory Thousands gathered in the ARC Pavilion to honor the life and memory of 22-year-old Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona on January…

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Lawsuit alleges UC’s use of illegal racial bias in admissions
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Lawsuit alleges UC’s use of illegal racial bias in admissions

UCLA law professor, AACSC seek access to data showing whether UC system violated Proposition 209 Dr. Richard Sander, a law professor at UCLA, is accusing the UC system…

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ASUCD Senate to hold last-minute special session
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ASUCD Senate to hold last-minute special session

Special Senate meeting will discuss legislation to honor slain Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona The ASUCD Senate announced Thursday evening that it will conduct a special meeting at…

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All 10 UC Chancellors condemn boycott of Israeli academics
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All 10 UC Chancellors condemn boycott of Israeli academics

Jewish Studies director says statement is result of pressure from extreme, right-wing organization The chancellors of all 10 UC campuses wrote and signed a statement which effectively condemned…

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Unconstitutional cancellation of Senate meeting due to safety concerns
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Unconstitutional cancellation of Senate meeting due to safety concerns

Facing threats of violence for ECAC post, officials informally vote to cancel meeting The Jan. 17 ASUCD Senate meeting has been cancelled due to safety concerns in the…

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National backlash after ASUCD commission calls flag in support of fallen officer “anti-Black,” “disrespectful”
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National backlash after ASUCD commission calls flag in support of fallen officer “anti-Black,” “disrespectful”

Senate meeting cancelled due to safety concerns following national headlines The ASUCD Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission (ECAC) is receiving national backlash and widespread controversy after a post…

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WarnMe system fails: majority of students, employees uninformed of active shooter situation
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WarnMe system fails: majority of students, employees uninformed of active shooter situation

Outside security system responsible for sending alerts takes responsibility for failure Due to a failure on the part of the outside security alert company responsible for sending out…

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UCD employee says the handling of her sexual harassment case indicative of UC-wide issues
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UCD employee says the handling of her sexual harassment case indicative of UC-wide issues

UC Regents accused of negligence, failure to act A case involving a UC Davis employee of 31 years who was allegedly subject to sexual harassment by a male…

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Academic researchers vote to unionize
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Academic researchers vote to unionize

UC academic researchers vote to join Union of Postdocs UAW 5810, form new Academic Researchers United For the first time in UC history, over 5,000 UC academic researchers…

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UC’s demand for open access to academic publications stalls renewed contract with Elsevier
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UC’s demand for open access to academic publications stalls renewed contract with Elsevier

UC, Elsevier in deliberation over policies which would make scholarly journal articles available to general public free of charge The UC and the online journal publisher Elsevier are…

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