What is the Constitutional Cleanup Amendment?
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What is the Constitutional Cleanup Amendment?

Future ASUCD Winter Elections moved to Spring Quarter The results of the 2020 ASUCD Winter Elections celebrated sweeping victory for the extensively campaigned Basic Needs and Services Referendum.…

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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars
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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars

Seven scholars are recipients of prestigious award celebrating global perspectives The Chronicle of Higher Education announced that UC Davis is a “top producer” of Fulbright U.S. Scholars for…

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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus
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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus

Students impacted by UCPath failure may receive monetary compensation The Feb. 26 Senate meeting was called to order at 6:12 p.m by ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande who…

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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote
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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote

Information released regarding future instruction, commencement Editor-in-Chief Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Managing Editor Hannah Holzer, Campus News Editor Kenton Goldsby, Opinion Editor Hanadi Jordan and Arts and Culture Editor Liz…

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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled
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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled

Instruction to be done remotely for most, if not all, of spring Classes will be given remotely for all of Spring Quarter 2020 at UC Davis, according to…

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UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns
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UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns

UCSC COLA organizers push for a digital picket, movements discuss public safety, concerns about student basic needs In light of the decision by several UC campuses to cancel…

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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas
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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas

Basic Needs Committee plans for mental health training, orientation videos  When students sign in to Canvas, they are now able to access mental health resources as easily as…

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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection
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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection

Digital archive, dating back to 1915, now available through California Digital Newspaper Collection The California Aggie, formerly known as The Weekly Agricola, is the first undergraduate UC newspaper…

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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis
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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis

Finals to either be administered as alternative assignments, online examinations or eliminated altogether UC Davis announced on Tuesday, March 10 that all in-person finals at UC Davis will…

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UC San Diego announces all Spring Quarter classes will be online, UC Berkeley suspends in-person instruction citing coronavirus concerns
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UC San Diego announces all Spring Quarter classes will be online, UC Berkeley suspends in-person instruction citing coronavirus concerns

UC Davis’ operational status remains unchanged, university advises “maximum flexibility” UC Davis officials announced on Saturday, March 7, that the university is advising “maximum flexibility” regarding instruction for…

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UC Davis prioritizes locally grown, raised food products for on-campus dining options
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UC Davis prioritizes locally grown, raised food products for on-campus dining options

Uniting departments, research initiatives, agricultural initiatives to better serve students UC Davis is shifting to prioritize locally-sourced fruits, vegetables and other food products to enhance students’ on-campus dining…

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Suspect armed with machete seen on campus
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Suspect armed with machete seen on campus

Machete recovered, suspect still at large UC Davis police sent out a WarnMe alert to students, faculty and staff around noon on March 9 in response to a…

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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students
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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students

Free public transportation for California college students introduced in Assembly Bill 2176 California State Assemblymember Chris Holden introduced Assembly Bill 2176 on Feb. 11 which would allocate free…

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“It’s as though animal science tries to kick disabled people out” — Students with disabilities ‘fight’ for accommodations
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“It’s as though animal science tries to kick disabled people out” — Students with disabilities ‘fight’ for accommodations

Lab sections in classes pose challenges for students with service animals  Wheeling down the sidewalks of UC Davis, Isa Rutten is accompanied by her service dog, who trots…

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Davis for Hong Kong speaks out about coronavirus
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Davis for Hong Kong speaks out about coronavirus

International students express concern about Chinese government’s lack of transparency International students affiliated with Davis for Hong Kong recently spoke to The California Aggie about the intersection of…

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