Correction
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Correction

In the July 10 issue of The California Aggie, the article "UC opposes bill to protect journalism advisers" stated that the University of California expressed its opposition to…

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UC opposes bill to protect journalism advisers
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UC opposes bill to protect journalism advisers

The University of California expressed its opposition to a bill currently in the California legislature that aims to prohibit high schools and public universities from taking disciplinary action…

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Second annual UC Davis Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy occurs this week
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Second annual UC Davis Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy occurs this week

The UC Davis Center for Entrepreneurship is currently hosting 50 students from around the world for the second annual Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy (GTEA) in Incline Village, Nev.

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UC Davis surpasses other UCs with highest recycling rate
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UC Davis surpasses other UCs with highest recycling rate

While UC Davis is known for being a high-ranking public school and premier research institution, it can now add being a top recycling campus to résumé.

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Poetry Night internship looking for more applicants
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Poetry Night internship looking for more applicants

Although Poetry Night at Bistro 33 has been a successful bi-monthly event since its inception in 2006, the work involved with publicizing and promoting the event has become…

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UC Davis Health Center declares smoke-free zone
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UC Davis Health Center declares smoke-free zone

As drivers put down their cell phones July 1, the UC Davis Health Center began implementing a new rule of its own by declaring a smoke-free environment for…

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UCD summer youth program eliminated due to federal budget cutbacks
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UCD summer youth program eliminated due to federal budget cutbacks

The National Youth Sports Program, an award-winning youth summer camp held at UC Davis since 1995, will not take place this summer due federal budget cutbacks.

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New study examines nitrogen cycles
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New study examines nitrogen cycles

UC Davis faculty member Benjamin Houlton of the department of land, air and water resources has co-published a research paper examining the role of the nitrogen cycle. This…

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UC sees record number of students intending to enroll
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UC sees record number of students intending to enroll

Despite a year of state budget cuts that will result in a 7 percent increase in student fees for many undergraduates next year, it appears that for California…

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ASUCD Coffee House raises prices
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ASUCD Coffee House raises prices

Junior chemistry major Gary Arevalo noticed last week that he received less change from the $2 he paid for a slice of cheese pizza at the ASUCD Coffee…

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UC Davis Med School’s conflict of interest policies among best
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UC Davis Med School’s conflict of interest policies among best

The UC Davis School of Medicine, an institution renowned for its education and research, can now add a different kind of recognition to its long list of achievements.…

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UC Davis receives $2.67 million grant for pediatric emergency care
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UC Davis receives $2.67 million grant for pediatric emergency care

Emergency Medical Services for Children awarded the UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine a $2.67 million grant to fund three more years of participation in the Pediatric Emergency…

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New competition promotes energy efficiency
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New competition promotes energy efficiency

UC Davis energy experts at the Western Cooling Efficiency Center (WCEC) announced the launch of the Western Cooling Challenge for design at the Retailer Energy Alliance Supplier Summit…

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10 Questions with…
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10 Questions with…

Editor's note: For this edition of 10 questions, The Aggie sat down with new KDVS General Manager Ben Johnson to get the lowdown on the life of a…

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Wildfires blanket Davis in smoke
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Wildfires blanket Davis in smoke

While an estimated 800 wildfires blaze throughout California, Davis is seeing the effects in the thick layer of smoke that has descended on the town and campus this…

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