ASUCD commissioners confirmed into Senate during special meeting
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ASUCD commissioners confirmed into Senate during special meeting

Meeting was shorter than usual due to previous weather-related cancellation A special Senate meeting was called to order by ASUCD Vice President Emily Barnenond on Tuesday, Feb. 2. …

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Western Center for Food Safety at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine partners with FDA
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Western Center for Food Safety at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine partners with FDA

The partnership is intended to research E. coli outbreaks in the lettuce industry and is one of four FDA centers for excellence nationwide The Western Center for Food…

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Punjabi language program officially launched for student enrollment
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Punjabi language program officially launched for student enrollment

Thanks to the efforts of students, alumni, staff and community members, the course also introduces the first app to accompany a UC language course After eight years of…

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Students, remote faculty grow to love campus from a distance
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Students, remote faculty grow to love campus from a distance

Many incoming students since last Fall Quarter have been introduced to an entirely remote campus experience A large group of students who enrolled for the first time last…

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Students, remote faculty grow to love campus from a distance
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Students, remote faculty grow to love campus from a distance

Many incoming students since last Fall Quarter have been introduced to an entirely remote campus experience A large group of students who enrolled for the first time last…

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Resolution advocating for Election Day to be non-instructional holiday unanimously passed at Jan. 21 Senate meeting
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Resolution advocating for Election Day to be non-instructional holiday unanimously passed at Jan. 21 Senate meeting

A discussion of the Sexual Assault Awareness Advocacy Committee organization occurred, updates from The Pantry and The California Aggie The ASUCD Senate meeting on Jan. 21 was called…

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UC purchases San Francisco Art Institute’s debt for $19.7 million, preventing foreclosure
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UC purchases San Francisco Art Institute’s debt for $19.7 million, preventing foreclosure

UC Regents are now the new trustees of the SFAI This month, the University of California announced its purchase of the San Francisco Art Institute’s (SFAI) debt for…

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Student EMTs transport COVID-19 positive students to quarantine housing
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Student EMTs transport COVID-19 positive students to quarantine housing

The new program is a partnership between UC Davis Fire Department, Student Health and Counseling Services and Student Housing and Dining Services The UC Davis Fire Department, Student…

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Students juggle insurrection, impeachment and schoolwork
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Students juggle insurrection, impeachment and schoolwork

As armed rioters scaled the Capitol, students tried to pay attention to their lectures As students tried to get a handle on winter quarter, an insurrection was taking…

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Students juggle insurrection, impeachment and schoolwork
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Students juggle insurrection, impeachment and schoolwork

As armed rioters scaled the Capitol, students tried to pay attention to their lectures As students tried to get a handle on winter quarter, an insurrection was taking…

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ASUCD Senate passes five bills unanimously at January 14 meeting, but tabled DREAM Committees proposal for pandemic fund again
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ASUCD Senate passes five bills unanimously at January 14 meeting, but tabled DREAM Committees proposal for pandemic fund again

Senate Bill #47, an ASUCD senate bill introduced to provide $9,800 to the Dream Committee for a pandemic relief fund for Dreamers, was once again tabled At the…

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Reconstruction on La Rue Road Bridge is now complete
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Reconstruction on La Rue Road Bridge is now complete

The bridge is now seismically sound and safe Visitors of the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden can stroll through the seismically sound completed La Rue Road Bridge,…

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Discord use prevalent on campus through rise of UC Davis-related servers
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Discord use prevalent on campus through rise of UC Davis-related servers

Students join servers to connect with peers, ask questions and stay up-to-date The beginning of a new quarter entails a wave of social media posts emerging across a…

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Greater Sacramento region’s ICU capacity dropped to 9.4% as of Jan. 13
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Greater Sacramento region’s ICU capacity dropped to 9.4% as of Jan. 13

Davis mayor explains local ICU beds could fill up with patients from around the region  As of Jan. 13, the Greater Sacramento region’s intensive care unit (ICU) capacity…

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Lawsuits claim UC Davis’ Aggie Square project brings gentrification and environmental impacts to Oak Park neighborhood
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Lawsuits claim UC Davis’ Aggie Square project brings gentrification and environmental impacts to Oak Park neighborhood

The university is planning to move forward with its schedule for design and construction of Phase 1 despite the lawsuits, according to a UC Davis administrator Sacramento Investment…

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