UC Davis raises $2 million on Give Day
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UC Davis raises $2 million on Give Day

Students are not expected to donate to annual fundraiser A common sight before and throughout the long awaited Picnic Day are the small picket signs nestled into the…

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May is Pride Month at UC Davis
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May is Pride Month at UC Davis

LGBTQIA Resource Center presents “Collective Healing for Liberation” as month’s theme Pride Month at UC Davis began with a kick-off event on May 2, 2019 and will continue…

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Senate passes bill to fund free menstrual products in restrooms on campus
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Senate passes bill to fund free menstrual products in restrooms on campus

Meeting also sees confirmation of new IAC members, discusses upcoming budget hearings The ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order by Vice President Shreya Deshpande at 6:10 p.m.…

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Changes to student basic needs services seek to broaden assistance on campus
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Changes to student basic needs services seek to broaden assistance on campus

Aggie Compass sees four pillars of support to help students in need The Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center at UC Davis is seeking ways to further help students…

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ASUCD Senate tables spending bills pending further review
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ASUCD Senate tables spending bills pending further review

Senate holds Allyship training, passes resolution to support California Senate Bill 24 The April 18 Senate meeting was called to order at 6:15 pm by Vice President Shreya…

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UC-AFT union bargains over new contract
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UC-AFT union bargains over new contract

Lecturers seek longer job contracts, more security from university The University of California American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT), a labor union that represents lecturers and librarians working at…

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Failure of police disarmament resolution reveals divided opinion
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Failure of police disarmament resolution reveals divided opinion

SR #10 fails 6-5 in Senate, leads to continuing discussion about disarmament The ASUCD Senate meeting on April 11 drew a larger-than-usual crowd. The controversial topic of police…

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Chancellor Gary May stands against FDA’s blood donation restrictions on MSM
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Chancellor Gary May stands against FDA’s blood donation restrictions on MSM

Restrictions specifically target men who have had sex with men Chancellor Gary May recently released a statement to the community calling attention to federal restrictions that gay men…

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UC Regent Ellen Tauscher passes away at 67
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UC Regent Ellen Tauscher passes away at 67

Tauscher only two years into a 12-year term UC Regent Ellen Tauscher died Monday after a monthslong fight against pneumonia, according to the Los Angeles Times. She was…

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Student housing update: late-night shutdowns, added triples and more
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Student housing update: late-night shutdowns, added triples and more

UC Davis Student Housing and Dining Services attempts to keep up with low vacancy rates UC Davis Student Housing and Dining Services is planning on rolling out several…

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UC Davis MAPS team headed to NASA
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UC Davis MAPS team headed to NASA

MAPS team at UC Davis named finalist in NASA’s BIG Idea Challenge A UC Davis engineering team known as MAPS was named one of the five finalists for…

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Resolution to disarm campus police fails at Apr. 11 Senate meeting
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Resolution to disarm campus police fails at Apr. 11 Senate meeting

Tension mounts between students who feel unsafe with armed campus police and senators who disagree with all or parts of the resolution The Apr. 11 ASUCD Senate Meeting…

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UC Davis Medical Center notifies hundreds of patients of potential measles exposure
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UC Davis Medical Center notifies hundreds of patients of potential measles exposure

Sacramento hospital sends letter warning roughly 220 patients UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento sent out a letter to roughly 220 patients treated on March 17 at the…

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AFSCME Local 3299 UC workers hold state-wide strike to protest unfair labor practices
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AFSCME Local 3299 UC workers hold state-wide strike to protest unfair labor practices

Complaint filed accusing UC of bribery, instilling fear and coercion to break union lines By ALLY RUSSELL — campus@theaggie.org 39,000 UC workers participated in a state-wide picket line…

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Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement opens at UC Davis
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Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement opens at UC Davis

New office aims to connect university, non-university groups together About six months ago, UC Davis unveiled the Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement (OPSE). It aims to continue…

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