Davis Cannabis Town Hall addresses community concerns
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Davis Cannabis Town Hall addresses community concerns

UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services teams up with City of Davis to host informational meeting A “Davis Cannabis Town Hall” was hosted on Nov. 8 at…

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Nov. 8 Senate meeting: Campus Center for the Environment in need of money for repairs
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Nov. 8 Senate meeting: Campus Center for the Environment in need of money for repairs

Senate bill pending for allocation of $1,400 toward repairs ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the Nov. 8 Senate meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. in the Mee…

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UC Davis students voice thoughts on midterm election
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UC Davis students voice thoughts on midterm election

Democrat, Republican student leaders discuss The Nov. 6 midterm elections ushered in continued success for California Democrats with gains in the House of Representatives and a clean sweep…

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UC Davis researched by man accused of mailing explosives across the United States
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UC Davis researched by man accused of mailing explosives across the United States

No explosives mailed, but community advised to stay vigilant The UC Davis community was advised to stay vigilant after police found the university to be among the locations…

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Global Education Initiative in process at UC Davis
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Global Education Initiative in process at UC Davis

Global Affairs is developing a global education program for UC Davis students The Global Education Initiative is a program being developed by UC Davis Global Affairs that intends…

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Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors
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Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors

“Equal Pay for Equal Work” petition calls to eliminate seasonal pay discrepancy Duane Wright, a graduate student instructor in the Department of Sociology, has alleged that there is…

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City of Davis vows to defend against lawsuit claiming housing discrimination
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City of Davis vows to defend against lawsuit claiming housing discrimination

Council members vote to oppose civil rights lawsuit brought against West Davis Adult Active Community The Davis City Council voted on Oct. 15 to defend against a civil…

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Dry campus no more?
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Dry campus no more?

The Gunrock plans to serve alcohol on campus once again A look at the Yelp page for the Gunrock Pub shows that the on-campus bar and grill has…

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Additional blue emergency lights to be installed by UCDPD
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Additional blue emergency lights to be installed by UCDPD

Four new blue lights will shine at central campus locations On Nov. 7, the UC Davis Police Department (UCDPD) began installing a second series of blue emergency lights…

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Organization of formerly incarcerated students holds panel discussion
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Organization of formerly incarcerated students holds panel discussion

Beyond the Stats discusses Education As Freedom course Beyond the Stats, an organization created nearly two years ago to provide support for formerly incarcerated students and those impacted…

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UC Davis-based online textbook library receives $4.9 million federal grant
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UC Davis-based online textbook library receives $4.9 million federal grant

Online textbook library aims to expand its content, cut costs for students, tailor course-specific material The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $4.9 million dollar grant to…

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UC Davis will become Hispanic Serving Institution, Chicana/o Studies professors raise concerns
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UC Davis will become Hispanic Serving Institution, Chicana/o Studies professors raise concerns

Professors think focus should be on currently-enrolled Chicana/o students who feel isolated UC Davis’ efforts to meet the requirements to become a Hispanic Serving Institution came to a…

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Classes at UC Davis cancelled through Thanksgiving break
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Classes at UC Davis cancelled through Thanksgiving break

Campus to reopen, classes to resume Monday, Nov. 26 After a four days of cancelled classes, an initial attempt to resume classes that faced widespread backlash, air quality…

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New leadership, GASC members, Refrigerator Services
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New leadership, GASC members, Refrigerator Services

President discusses targeted attacks within association The Nov. 1 ASUCD Senate meeting was held in the Mee Room of the Memorial Union and was called to order at…

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Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day
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Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day

Notification sent at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday After air quality index levels spiked above 200 on Thursday, Nov. 15, class will be again cancelled at UC Davis on…

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