Future plans for CoHo outlined at Feb. 20 Senate meeting
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Future plans for CoHo outlined at Feb. 20 Senate meeting

DREAM Committee Chair confirmed after months of empty chair  ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande called the Feb. 20 Senate meeting to order at 7:11 p.m. in the Mee…

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As COLA movement gains UC-wide traction, UAW 2865 will hold Unfair Labor Practice Strike Authorization Vote
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As COLA movement gains UC-wide traction, UAW 2865 will hold Unfair Labor Practice Strike Authorization Vote

Outcome of vote would affect over 19,000 academic workers, UC campuses plan solidarity actions for March 5 The Bargaining Team of United Auto Workers (UAW) 2865, which represents…

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AFSCME Local 3299 service, patient care workers ratify contracts with UC
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AFSCME Local 3299 service, patient care workers ratify contracts with UC

Workers protected by a contract after three years out of contract Service and patient care workers affiliated with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)…

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UC Davis student-made wines could soon be on the market thanks to this California Senate Bill
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UC Davis student-made wines could soon be on the market thanks to this California Senate Bill

20,000 bottles of student-made wine could enter market State Senator Bill Dodd (D-Napa) introduced legislation that would amend existing laws to allow UC Davis to sell wine produced…

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Over fifty-four UCSC strikers notified of dismissal for continuing to withhold Fall Quarter grades
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Over fifty-four UCSC strikers notified of dismissal for continuing to withhold Fall Quarter grades

UC files unfair labor practices claim with state against union, UAW Local 2965 files counterclaim against UC Fifty-four graduate students at UC Santa Cruz who are part of…

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Record number of Greek organizations have recognition revoked after hazing incidents
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Record number of Greek organizations have recognition revoked after hazing incidents

Pending investigations underway, call for culture shift from CSI, OSFL Since November 2019, three Greek organizations on the UC Davis campus lost their recognition with the Office of…

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Call for increased support for ASUCD Refrigerator Services voiced at Feb. 13 Senate meeting
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Call for increased support for ASUCD Refrigerator Services voiced at Feb. 13 Senate meeting

Crystal Juarez sworn in as interim senator ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande called the Feb. 13 ASUCD Senate meeting to order at 7:08 p.m. The meeting began with…

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Construction of two health clinics to commence on campus
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Construction of two health clinics to commence on campus

Clinics to serve UC Davis faculty, staff Construction on a new UC Davis Health clinic, which will serve as an extension of the UC Davis Health clinic located…

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Basic Needs and Services Referendum referred to Internal Affairs Commission at Feb. 6th ASUCD Senate meeting
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Basic Needs and Services Referendum referred to Internal Affairs Commission at Feb. 6th ASUCD Senate meeting

Confirmations for controller, committee positions The Feb. 6 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 7:13 p.m. by Senator Shondreya Landrum. President Justin Hurst, Vice President Shreya…

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ASUCD officials share their stories about UCPath issues
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ASUCD officials share their stories about UCPath issues

UCPath doesn’t work with one person’s bank, another faced missing pay for weeks Over the past two weeks, The California Aggie sat down with ASUCD President Justin Hurst,…

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UC Davis graduate students in support of COLA to withhold Winter Quarter grades beginning Feb. 27
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UC Davis graduate students in support of COLA to withhold Winter Quarter grades beginning Feb. 27

The grading strike, a “wildcat” action, marks escalation in UC Davis cost of living adjustment (COLA) movement After the UC Davis cost of living adjustment (COLA) movement general…

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Two weeks of action for UC Davis COLA organizers culminate in pledged strike
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Two weeks of action for UC Davis COLA organizers culminate in pledged strike

Davis branch of Cost Of Living Adjustment movement comes to a head with Feb. 21 March on Mrak Hall The UC Davis students marching for a Cost Of…

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Lecturers are without a contract after UC-AFT contract ended Jan. 31
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Lecturers are without a contract after UC-AFT contract ended Jan. 31

 Lecturers say contract negotiations are about more than just raises — also about working conditions, student learning The contract that covers over 6,000 UC lecturers represented by the…

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Grants for gun violence research available from UC Firearm Violence Research Center
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Grants for gun violence research available from UC Firearm Violence Research Center

First federally funded gun-violence research initiative in 20 years The UC Firearm Violence Research Center (UCFC), located at UC Davis, recently launched a new round of funding for…

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ASUCD Senate resolution condemns UCPath rollout at UC Davis
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ASUCD Senate resolution condemns UCPath rollout at UC Davis

SR #8 demands UC further compensate student workers affected by UCPath Senate Resolution #8, which condemned the university’s flawed rollout of the UCPath payroll system, was adopted by…

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