Meet the ASUCD 2020 Fall Elections candidates
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Meet the ASUCD 2020 Fall Elections candidates

Fifteen students are running for six senatorial positions and one candidate is running for External Affairs Vice President Senate: Jack Anthenelli (Thrive), a second-year undeclared major, said he…

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Members of Jewish student community discuss history of anti-semitism on campus

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Members of Jewish student community discuss history of anti-semitism on campus


An insight into the Jewish student experience at UC Davis Amid the discussion of Senate Resolution #25 at the Oct. 15 ASUCD Senate meeting, members of the UC…

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UC Davis establishes four-year program for people with intellectual disabilities
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UC Davis establishes four-year program for people with intellectual disabilities

Groundbreaking program is first on west coast to offer a residential component  The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, in partnership with the UC Davis MIND Institute, recently…

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UC President Michael Drake discusses system-wide issues with members of student publications
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UC President Michael Drake discusses system-wide issues with members of student publications

Drake answers questions from UC student journalists at virtual press conference During the Student Media Teleconference held on Tuesday, Nov. 9, UC President Michael Drake addressed questions posed…

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Unit director for undergraduate housing advising, external affairs commissioner confirmed at Oct. 29 senate meeting
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Unit director for undergraduate housing advising, external affairs commissioner confirmed at Oct. 29 senate meeting

Senate Bill #4 tabled among other action items completed The ASUCD senate meeting on Oct. 29, was called to order at 6:10 p.m. by Vice President Emily Barneond. …

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UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center opened Nov. 2
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UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center opened Nov. 2

ARC weekday hours limited to afternoons, evenings The UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) officially opened to students on Nov. 2. Andy Ramirez, the associate director of…

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Senate bill in support of affirmative action passes at Oct. 22 Senate meeting
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Senate bill in support of affirmative action passes at Oct. 22 Senate meeting

Public commentary raises concerns about cancellation of PE program Last week’s ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 6:10 pm on Thursday, Oct. 22. ASUCD President Kyle…

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Anti-Racism Syllabus developed at UC Davis following the death of George Floyd
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Anti-Racism Syllabus developed at UC Davis following the death of George Floyd

Syllabus intended to foster conversation, engagement and change with regard to race The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion created an Anti-Racism Syllabus for…

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Aggie alumnus Alex Lee wins seat in California State Assembly
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Aggie alumnus Alex Lee wins seat in California State Assembly

 Former ASUCD president handily defeated Republican in East San Jose’s 25th District When Alex Lee ran for ASUCD in 2014, he touted his ability to get boba into…

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Uncertain future for student-led fees lawsuit
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Uncertain future for student-led fees lawsuit

Students sued the UC system for charging fees for facilities and services not being rendered due to pandemic closures; the administration offers alternative view UC students filed a…

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Legislation changing number of signatures needed to declare candidacy in light of pandemic passes, discussion of SR #25 at Oct. 15 meeting
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Legislation changing number of signatures needed to declare candidacy in light of pandemic passes, discussion of SR #25 at Oct. 15 meeting

Confirmation of commissioners and unit directors among items completed The weekly virtual ASUCD Senate meeting on Oct. 15 was called to order at 6:10 p.m. by Vice President…

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UC Davis will no longer offer for-credit PE classes starting Winter Quarter 2021
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UC Davis will no longer offer for-credit PE classes starting Winter Quarter 2021

Petition circulates to keep PE courses indirectly funded by student fees from the SASI referendum passed in 1994 A petition has been circling around social media platforms that…

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UC Access Now demands change in disabilities services, rights for people with disabilities at the UCs
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UC Access Now demands change in disabilities services, rights for people with disabilities at the UCs

UC Davis students and Student Disability Center director discuss accessibility, inclusion for people with disabilities on UC campuses  UC Access Now, a coalition for disability rights, was initiated…

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Culture of sexual assault at UC Davis discussed by CARE, administrators, Greek life members
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Culture of sexual assault at UC Davis discussed by CARE, administrators, Greek life members

CARE staff comment on sexual violence, harrasment reporting process  Students can access free and confidential support services by reaching the CARE office at (530) 752-3299, the Women’s Resources…

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UC allegedly admitted 64 students due to connections with staff or donors, audit asserts
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UC allegedly admitted 64 students due to connections with staff or donors, audit asserts

UC Regent Richard Blum, who was named in the audit, said he recalled sending letters of recommendation to the UC Davis Chancellor’s office An audit issued by California…

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