Bill protects animal researchers from violent attacks
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Bill protects animal researchers from violent attacks

Animal rights activists should consider leaving their red paint at home before attending the next PETA protest,as state legislators are now calling for the protection of university animal…

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UC Davis proposes budget cut to mental health services
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UC Davis proposes budget cut to mental health services

n an effort to protect mental health services from state budget cuts, ASUCD is urging administrators to retract cuts made to units other than Counseling and Psychological Services…

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Record Picnic Day turnout matched with record recycling effort
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Record Picnic Day turnout matched with record recycling effort

Unlike most students, UC Davis' R4 recycling program was hard at work throughout Saturday combating the largest Picnic Day ever with one of their largest recycling events ever.…

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Asian-Pacific food making demonstration to be held tonight
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Asian-Pacific food making demonstration to be held tonight

Want to learn how to make spring rolls, sushi, masubi or just learn what these foods are? Some may be curious enough to participate in today's "Unwrap this:…

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Muslim Student Association to host talk on Shar’iah, democracy
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Muslim Student Association to host talk on Shar’iah, democracy

Speaker Imam Mohamed Abdul-Azeez will discuss Shar'iah, a code of law based on scholarly interpretation of the Islamic scriptures today at 8 p.m. in 126 Wellman. The event,…

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Improvements made to Silo Pub and MU Second Floor
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Improvements made to Silo Pub and MU Second Floor

Spring quarter is a time people tend to lay around on the Quad and turn the effort level down a little bit - except the Campus Unions department…

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Campus Judicial Report
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Campus Judicial Report

DMCA Violation A senior was referred to Student Judicial Affairs for violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.She allegedly illegally downloaded a game on to her computer.However,upon meeting with…

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Lecturer to discuss the development of education
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Lecturer to discuss the development of education

President and CEO of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Joseph A. Aguerrebere will be giving a Distinguished Educational Thinkers Lecture titled "Toward a Strong Profession" today…

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UC Davis energy center receives $1.1million in grants
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UC Davis energy center receives $1.1million in grants

The endeavor to introduce more energy-saving products and services into the homes of Californians received a boost last week, as three donors collectively pledged $1.1million in grants to…

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Documentary chronicles Muslim humanitarian efforts during Holocaust
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Documentary chronicles Muslim humanitarian efforts during Holocaust

will discuss her documentary, The Mosques of Paris, as part of Islam Awareness Week. The documentary describes Muslim efforts to shelter Jewish refugees during the German occupation of…

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Third annual Earth Week hits campus
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Third annual Earth Week hits campus

Plant a tree and leave the car at home - it's Earth Day. The ASUCD Environmental Policy and Planning Commission plans to teach UC Davis students about recycling,…

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UC Center for Entrepreneurship picks keynote speaker
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UC Center for Entrepreneurship picks keynote speaker

The University of California Center for Entrepreneurship announced today that world renowned energy consultant and physicist Amory Lovins will be the keynote speaker for the second annual Green…

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“Open textbooks” becoming popular, says CalPIRG study
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“Open textbooks” becoming popular, says CalPIRG study

080421_ca_opentextbooks.CHeadline: “Open textbooks” becoming popular, says CalPIRG studyLayercake: Publishers argue that they are already offering cheaper editions to studentsBy PATRICK McCARTNEYAggie Staff Writer While most classes continue to…

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Senate Meeting
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Senate Meeting

Apr. 14, 2008ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the Apr. 17 meeting location, the Memorial…

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University to employ food-service workers
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University to employ food-service workers

After more than a year of student and worker demonstrations, the university announced Thursday that non-management Sodexho workers will become eligible for University of California employment. The move…

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