UC Davis History Project receives $1 million grant
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UC Davis History Project receives $1 million grant

The Boston Tea Party had nothing to do with dolls and tea sets, but don't quiz American history teachers on that. Following low American history test scores, the…

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UC Davis finishes ninth in RecycleMania 2008
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UC Davis finishes ninth in RecycleMania 2008

The 10-week recycling effort known as RecycleMania culminated with a ninth-place finish for UC Davis, out of over 400 schools in the partial campus division.

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Biennial undergraduate survey returns to UC Davis
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Biennial undergraduate survey returns to UC Davis

This week, many undergraduate students will receive an e-mail from Vice Provost Pat Bailey, encouraging them to fill out the UC Undergraduate Experience Survey.

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UC Davis administrator extinguishes fire outside Olson Hall
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UC Davis administrator extinguishes fire outside Olson Hall

A billow of smoke appeared from below the ground Monday at approximately 1:50 p.m. on the east side of Olson Hall. The fire started below the ground in…

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UC Davis receives $20 million Grant
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UC Davis receives $20 million Grant

The UC Davis Stem Cell Program was awarded $20 million by the governing board of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) on May 7 as part of…

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Black Family Week kicks off
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Black Family Week kicks off

The 38th annual UC Davis Black Family Week begins its weeklong celebration of African and African American culture today with plenty of soul food, music and educational entertainment.…

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UC Davis partners with iTunes U
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UC Davis partners with iTunes U

UC Davis is among the first colleges in the nation to launch the new iTunes U site. iTunes U allows users to gain free access to files, including…

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Ceremony held to honor fallen law enforcement officers
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Ceremony held to honor fallen law enforcement officers

A crowd of police officers and firefighters gathered around the flagpole by the Police and Fire stations on campus Friday to honor the fallen at the first annual…

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Correction
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Correction

In Wednesday's article "UC Davis alumnus killed in shark attack," the location of the attack was misspelled. The attack occurred in Solana Beach, Calif., not Solano Beach.

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Thirty-ninth Annual Whole Earth Festival to take place this weekend
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Thirty-ninth Annual Whole Earth Festival to take place this weekend

The Whole Earth baby is almost ready to be born. After nine months of planning, this weekend's festival promises to bring the community entertainment, education, art and a…

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Israeli Culture Week continues this weekend
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Israeli Culture Week continues this weekend

For students looking to learn about another culture, Israeli Culture Week offers a look into a different way of life. "Students see a lot about Israel in the…

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South Asian culture showcased this weekend
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South Asian culture showcased this weekend

UC Davis' South Asian Student Organization will be performing "Khayaal" as their 15th annual cultural show. The various cultures and dance forms of South Asia will be celebrated…

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UCD study shows children are sicker when transferred from remote hospitals
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UCD study shows children are sicker when transferred from remote hospitals

A recent study showed that children who are admitted to pediatric intensive care units at regional medical centers tend to be sicker than children admitted directly from the…

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Google Transit comes to Davis
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Google Transit comes to Davis

On Apr.15, Davis joined 51 other cities and regions worldwide using Google Transit to aid in the promulgation of public transportation. The move to Google Transit was initiated…

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‘Hate crimes’ target Jewish, LGBT students
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‘Hate crimes’ target Jewish, LGBT students

Juarez said the purpose of the program advertised on the poster swas to "celebrate intersecting identities." The program was intended to be a safe, comfortable place with expressing…

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