Students of Diverse Affiliations to sponsor anti-bias training
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Students of Diverse Affiliations to sponsor anti-bias training

In an effort to address campus cultural barriers, the Students of Diverse Affiliations are sponsoring anti-bias training in an all-day event Saturday titled "Lost in Colors." The event…

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Decline in African American and Hispanic graduation rates
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Decline in African American and Hispanic graduation rates

The national average graduation rate of African American and Hispanic students has decreased significantly in the last 30 years, according to a recent study conducted by Michal Kurlaender,…

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UC Davis students awarded Goldwater scholarships
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UC Davis students awarded Goldwater scholarships

On Mar. 31, three out of four UC Davis nominees were awarded the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships for excellence in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering.…

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UCD Psychologists test memory’s precision
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UCD Psychologists test memory’s precision

Researchers at UC Davis recently published a study on the short-term "working memory." Professor of psychology Steven Luck and postdoctoral researcher Weiwei Zhang at the UC Davis Center…

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Campus Judicial Review
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Campus Judicial Review

Stumbling drunk A senior was spotted stumbling on Howard Way. After stumbling for a while, he fell down and passed out. A concerned witness called the UCD Police…

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Michelle’s Law helps seriously ill or injured college students
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Michelle’s Law helps seriously ill or injured college students

Senate Bill 1168, known as "Michelle's Law," was passed last week by the Senate Health Committee without opposition. Authored by state Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley), the bill…

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UC Davis students share their light
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UC Davis students share their light

The Community Outreach Club is sponsoring a quarter-long campaign to raise awareness about the Solar Electric Light Fund, a non-profit organization that brings solar power to underdeveloped nations.…

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Correction
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Correction

In the Apr. 4 issue of The California Aggie, the article “Bahá’í Club at UC Davis hosts Unity Concert” states that there are 9,200 Bahá’í in the Davis…

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Domes constructing new community center
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Domes constructing new community center

Student-led construction is ongoing for a new community center for the UC Davis Domes community. Construction of the new community center started approximately two months ago, and the…

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Survey shows top choices for emergency notifications
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Survey shows top choices for emergency notifications

Student Affairs Research & Information (SARI) released the results to a February survey that asked students how they prefer to be contacted in case of an emergency in…

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Campus organizations raise awareness of sexual assault
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Campus organizations raise awareness of sexual assault

This month's "Sexual Assault Awareness" theme is designed to open the eyes of many students with events around campus to raise awareness. Many organizations, such as Students Against…

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Three UCD students receive Student Employee of the Year award
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Three UCD students receive Student Employee of the Year award

Though having a full course load and a job is daunting for most people, three UC Davis students have taken the challenge in stride. In fact, their supervisors…

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State leaders, law professors speak on César Chávez’s legacy
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State leaders, law professors speak on César Chávez’s legacy

La Raza Law Students Association sponsored events throughout the week in honor of César Chávez. Monday through Friday, events were held on campus under the theme "Progress and…

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UC Davis hosts first powwow in two years
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UC Davis hosts first powwow in two years

The Native American Student Union (NASU) held the 36th annual Davis Powwow on Saturday in the ARC Pavilion to kick off Native American Culture Week. "A powwow is…

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Senate Briefs
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Senate 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 Apr. 3 meeting location,…

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