Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day
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Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day

Notification sent at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday After air quality index levels spiked above 200 on Thursday, Nov. 15, class will be again cancelled at UC Davis on…

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Classes cancelled Thursday, marking third consecutive day
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Classes cancelled Thursday, marking third consecutive day

UC Davis, Sacramento State remain closed on Thursday UC Davis officials announced Wednesday evening that classes would be cancelled Thursday, marking the third consecutive day of cancelled classes…

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24-Hour Study Room reopens after temporary closure
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24-Hour Study Room reopens after temporary closure

Following emergency sewer line repairs, 24-Hour room opened Tuesday morning The 24-Hour Study Room in Shields Library, which closed last Thursday, Nov. 8, reopened as of Tuesday morning.…

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UC extends application deadline for those impacted by wildfires
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UC extends application deadline for those impacted by wildfires

As Woolsey, Camp Fires continue to burn, UC offers application extension The undergraduate application deadline for incoming UC students will be extended for those impacted by recent California…

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Classes cancelled again following widespread student backlash
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Classes cancelled again following widespread student backlash

Classes initially scheduled to resume Wednesday, university apologizes for any “stress or inconveniences” UC Davis has backtracked on an initial statement made on Tuesday evening that classes would resume Wednesday…

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Be wary of email, phone call scams, warns police department
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Be wary of email, phone call scams, warns police department

Police tell students to be cautious of suspicious messages A wave of phone and email scams have plagued the Davis community in the past months, and the UC…

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UC Davis violated labor law when terminating temporary counselors, state agency alleges
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UC Davis violated labor law when terminating temporary counselors, state agency alleges

UC Davis terminated employees during negotiations while other UCs transferred temporary workers to career positions The Public Employment Relations Board has filed an official complaint on behalf of…

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Classes cancelled due to poor air quality
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Classes cancelled due to poor air quality

UC Davis, Sac State cancel classes UC Davis students and staff were informed early Tuesday morning that classes would be cancelled for the day “due to poor air…

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After UCOP denies right to academic freedom, UC librarians circulate petition
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After UCOP denies right to academic freedom, UC librarians circulate petition

Academic freedom gives librarians independence to curate materials, pursue research as seen fit UC librarians are advocating to extend the academic freedom of their positions in new labor…

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As AFSCME strike ends, the voices of the people remain
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As AFSCME strike ends, the voices of the people remain

ASFCME, UPTE members discuss their reasons for striking The three-day strike held by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 (AFSCME) from Oct. 23…

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How AFSCME’s strike impacted classes
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How AFSCME’s strike impacted classes

Three-day strike prompts class cancellation, relocation across departments A three-day strike took place in late October across the University of California system on behalf of American Federation of…

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Jewish student leaders meet with chancellor to discuss future outcomes when addressing anti-Semitic incidents
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Jewish student leaders meet with chancellor to discuss future outcomes when addressing anti-Semitic incidents

Moving forward, ADL will host training workshops, administration will provide more efficient communications after targeted attacks Jewish student leaders on campus met with Chancellor Gary May on Friday,…

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2018 ASUCD Fall Election — Meet the Candidates
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2018 ASUCD Fall Election — Meet the Candidates

Eight candidates running for six Senate positions The following eight candidates are running for six senatorial positions in the upcoming 2018 ASUCD Fall Election. The candidates are running…

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Lengthy discussion over Senate resolution condemning anti-Semitic fliers
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Lengthy discussion over Senate resolution condemning anti-Semitic fliers

Senate Bill to rename OASR tabled for third week in a row The Oct. 25 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 6:11 p.m. by Senator Alisha…

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UC Davis responds to Trump administration’s proposed change to gender definition
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UC Davis responds to Trump administration’s proposed change to gender definition

University leaders affirm students’ rights, denounce proposal A memo from the Department of Health and Human Affairs obtained by The New York Times in early October proposed changes…

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