UC Davis students take action to combat sexual assault
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UC Davis students take action to combat sexual assault

DCD drafts resolution in support of survivors, Title IX Advisory Board responds to proposed sexual misconduct guidelines from DOE From on-campus political groups, including the Davis College Democrats…

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State Senator re-introduces bill requiring public universities to offer abortion pill
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State Senator re-introduces bill requiring public universities to offer abortion pill

Abortion pill bill previously vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown re-introduced State Senator Connie Leyva reintroduced a bill to the California legislature that would require the health centers of…

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Following anti-Semitic incident, plans to host workshops, town hall still on hold
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Following anti-Semitic incident, plans to host workshops, town hall still on hold

After ASUCD-sponsored ADL workshop, Students for Justice in Palestine condemn ADL, send petition to chancellor Following the posting of anti-Semitic fliers on campus in early October, Jewish student…

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Video shows alleged UC Davis employee attack AFSCME 3299 strikers in October
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Video shows alleged UC Davis employee attack AFSCME 3299 strikers in October

Pressure placed on administration to act decisively following release of video During the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299’s three-day strike last fall, a…

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Chancellor, Vice Chancellor address most pressing campus concerns of Fall Quarter
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Chancellor, Vice Chancellor address most pressing campus concerns of Fall Quarter

Discussion over campus closure, anti-Semitic fliers, AFSCME strike, other student, faculty concerns After a busy Fall Quarter characterized most distinctly by UC Davis’ first campus-wide closure in over…

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Nov. 29 Senate: Resolution passed supporting ASL classes
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Nov. 29 Senate: Resolution passed supporting ASL classes

Picnic Day, Internal Affairs, Ethnic and Cultural Affairs, Aggie Reuse give quarterly reports The Nov. 29 the ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 6:48 p.m. in…

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Ally Property Management: Ally or enemy?
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Ally Property Management: Ally or enemy?

As the season for finding housing and renewing leases approaches, many students will begin researching the different property management companies that serve the Davis area. Ally Property Management…

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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request
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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request

CPRA request yielded 1,100 pages of documents Dennis Ventry Jr., a UC Davis law professor, faced a hefty public records request from a law firm days after his…

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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike
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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike

UC Regents approve $9.3 billion budget The UC Board of Regents recently approved a budget of $9.3 billion for the 2019-20 school year. According to an email by…

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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made
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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made

UC Davis loses seven days of instruction due to poor air quality UC Davis’ decision to cancel classes during seven days of previously scheduled instruction, from Nov. 13…

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Feds’ proposed Title IX changes would strengthen rights of accused, critics say, now public has 60 days to respond
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Feds’ proposed Title IX changes would strengthen rights of accused, critics say, now public has 60 days to respond

UC, student leaders comment on Department of Education’s proposed Title IX policy changes The Trump Administration plans to implement changes to Title IX policies that would effectively roll…

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Freeborn Hall to be demolished
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Freeborn Hall to be demolished

After closure in 2014, renovation to reopen building deemed too expensive UC Davis administrative officials have decided to demolish Freeborn Hall, contrary to previous plans to pursue renovation…

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The Aggie talks to Alecia Moore (P!nk) about taking UC Davis courses and her passion for winemaking
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The Aggie talks to Alecia Moore (P!nk) about taking UC Davis courses and her passion for winemaking

Moore’s first wines became available for public purchase last week, selling out that day Holding a bottle of wine up to a computer camera, Alecia Moore, more commonly…

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Alumna said university forcibly removed her from event for talking about her sexual assault
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Alumna said university forcibly removed her from event for talking about her sexual assault

Yee Xiong speaks out against UC Davis after experience at Southeast Asian Youth Conference Yee Xiong, a UC Davis alumna from the class of 2015, recently made headlines…

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Net Impact team at UC Davis holds forum on national debt
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Net Impact team at UC Davis holds forum on national debt

Organization aims to teach students about impact of rising debt Net Impact, an organization on campus, aims to educate students about the country’s national debt. “Net Impact Davis…

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