Proposed ruling gives UC nurses right to strike
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Proposed ruling gives UC nurses right to strike

A ruling proposed in April by the California Public Employee Relations Board gives the California Nurses Association the right to strike if the University of California is determined…

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Senate Briefs
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Senate Briefs

Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m.   Ivan Carrillo, ASUCD president, arrived at 7:22 Molly Fluet, ASUCD vice-president, present Rebecca Schwartz, president pro-tempore, present Andrew Bianchi, ASUCD…

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Outdoor Adventures offers surprising perks
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Outdoor Adventures offers surprising perks

Located in the barn next to the Silo, Outdoor Adventures has been guiding trips and renting outdoor equipment to the UC Davis community since 1972. Offerings range from…

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MU hosts A March for Peace Justice and Equality
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MU hosts A March for Peace Justice and Equality

A participant recites a poem during A March for Peace Justice and Equality at the Memorial Union last Thursday. The event was part of the week-long La Raza…

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Spring Bike Auction to be held on Saturday
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Spring Bike Auction to be held on Saturday

This Saturday, Transportation and Parking Services will be hosting their bi-annual bicycle auction at the West Entry Parking Structure starting at 8a.m. Viewing of the 450-plus bikes will…

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Student accused of possessing explosives pleads not guilty
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Student accused of possessing explosives pleads not guilty

Mark Woods, the first-year student accused of possessing explosives, pled not guiltyto two felony charges in Yolo County Superior Court on Apr.25. Woods faces charges of possession of…

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UCD researchers aim to shed light on eruption frequency
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UCD researchers aim to shed light on eruption frequency

The A.D. 1600 eruption ofthe Peruvian stratovolcano Huaynaputina may have had a global environmental impact, according to the recent findings of UC Davis geology professor Kenneth Verosub and…

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Public institutions add fresh local produce to menu
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Public institutions add fresh local produce to menu

The day when hospital patients can wake up to a morning breakfast of juicy blueberries, sweet cantaloupe and sun-kissed oranges has arrived for several Bay Area hospitals. UC…

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UCD Research shows health benefits of modified goats’ milk
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UCD Research shows health benefits of modified goats’ milk

A UC Davisresearchreported that pigs fed goat's milk modified with a human enzyme were better able to fend off E.coli bacteria than pigs fed unmodified goats' milk. While…

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Veterinary blood bank seeks blood from community’s dogs
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Veterinary blood bank seeks blood from community’s dogs

Man's best friend can now be dog's best friend with the rising popularity and support for dog blood transfusions. The UC Davis Veterinary Teaching Hospital is looking for…

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Adjunct professor awarded first-ever Charles P.Nash Prize
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Adjunct professor awarded first-ever Charles P.Nash Prize

The Charles P.Nash Prize,which recognizes exceptional achievement in promoting shared governance and advocacy for faculty in both the Academic Senate and the Academic Federation,was awarded to adjunct professor…

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Why college men misinterpretwhat women want
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Why college men misinterpretwhat women want

When a woman says,"It's getting late," why do some men interpret that as a sign to speed things up and cut to the chase? A recent UCD study…

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Indigenous migrants share stories
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Indigenous migrants share stories

wo Mixtec migrant activists fromOaxaca,Mexico,Bernardo Ramírez Bautista and Centolia Maldonado Vázquez,captivated the room Tuesday afternoon with their knowledge and experience of the indigenous migrant worker situation. The event…

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Campus judicial report
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Campus judicial report

Theft A first-year student was referred to Student Judicial Affairs for stealing a CD player from the bookstore. The student displayed suspicious activity while shopping in the bookstore,…

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UC Davis sees increase in freshman applicants
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UC Davis sees increase in freshman applicants

Freshman applications were on the rise for fall 2008, which means more competition for admission to UC Davis for the upcoming school year. Out of the 40,568students who…

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