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UC Davis to host regional robotics competition
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UC Davis to host regional robotics competition

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology will be hosting the third annual UC Davis robotics competition as a qualifier for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition…

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ASUCD Seante Briefs
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ASUCD Seante Briefs

Elected officials’ attendance   ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the Mar. 13 meeting locations,…

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Shields Library ‘in trouble,’ says librarians’ union
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Shields Library ‘in trouble,’ says librarians’ union

  Peter J. Shields Library's national ranking has plunged as a result of a lack of funding over the last fifteen years, according to a report released by…

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Foundation to sponsor head shaving to raise cancer awareness
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Foundation to sponsor head shaving to raise cancer awareness

The next bald person you see might be trying to raise cancer awareness. St. Baldrick's Foundation will be hosting a head-shaving event today at the UC Davis Cancer…

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UCD researchers hypothesize cause of breast cancer drug resistance in some patients
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UCD researchers hypothesize cause of breast cancer drug resistance in some patients

UC Davis Cancer Center researchers have found a probable explanation for some tumor cells' resistance to the breast cancer drug trastuzumab, commonly known by its designer name Herceptin.…

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Health disparity subject of documentary, panel discussion
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Health disparity subject of documentary, panel discussion

Ever wonder if your place in society is affecting your health? The relationship between social class and health will be the topic of a documentary preview screening and…

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Students hold demonstration of Palestine conflict
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Students hold demonstration of Palestine conflict

Students for Justice in Palestine held a die-in Wednesday at noon on the Quad as a response to the recent five-day Israeli military siege in the Gaza Strip.…

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Public planning workshop kicks off transportation renovation
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Public planning workshop kicks off transportation renovation

When riding through a round-a-bout during rush hour it's clear that UC Davis is a campus unlike any other. With more bikes in the city than cars, planners…

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Renowned autism expert joins MIND Institute, School of Education
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Renowned autism expert joins MIND Institute, School of Education

By appointing a renowned expert in education and social issues for children with high-functioning autism, UC Davis officials aim to make the university a leader in the field.…

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UCD professor contributes to revolutionary new scanner
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UCD professor contributes to revolutionary new scanner

For the first time at UC Davis, two types of imaging - positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - have been combined into a single…

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Campus Judicial Report
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Campus Judicial Report

Campus Judicial Report for Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2008 Copying homework Two students were referred to Student Judicial Affairs after a grader noticed that their homework assignments were identical.…

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Risk Services Program works to save UC money
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Risk Services Program works to save UC money

Innovative risk services programs have saved the UC approximately $101 million since 2005. The Be Smart About Safety program is the most significant factor in financial savings in…

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Student lobbyists gain experience through Lobby Corps
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Student lobbyists gain experience through Lobby Corps

UC Davis students concerned about raises in tuition fees have at least one group of people working on their behalf: the ASUCD Lobby Corps. Lobby Corps is a…

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