Basic Needs and Services Referendum passes, smashing voter turnout record
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Basic Needs and Services Referendum passes, smashing voter turnout record

BASED wins Executive ticket, EAVP from Thrive, three BASED senators, two Thrive senators, one independent senator The results of the Winter Quarter 2020 ASUCD Elections were announced at…

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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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Online payment portal at West Village down as February begins
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Online payment portal at West Village down as February begins

Residents encouraged to pay via check or money order Residents of West Village, a luxury apartment complex in Davis popular among students for its pre-furnished homes and other…

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Hear what every ASUCD candidate said in their endorsement interviews
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Hear what every ASUCD candidate said in their endorsement interviews

For the first time ever, The California Aggie publishes full transcripts of endorsement interviews Every fall and winter, The California Aggie Editorial Board offers each candidate running for…

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Elections committee chair confirmed after contentious vote at Jan. 30 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Elections committee chair confirmed after contentious vote at Jan. 30 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senate bills passed enforce new rules for Creative Media, ASUCD election candidates ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande called the Jan. 30 ASUCD Senate meeting to order at 8:03…

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ASUCD’s Winter Town Hall focused on Basic Needs and Services Referendum
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ASUCD’s Winter Town Hall focused on Basic Needs and Services Referendum

Questions surrounding referendum saturate meeting agenda  ASUCD Senate members discussed the upcoming ASUCD Winter Elections happening Feb. 18-21 and the Basic Needs and Services Referendum which will be…

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Meet the ASUCD 2020 Winter Elections Candidates!
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Meet the ASUCD 2020 Winter Elections Candidates!

Eleven students running for six senatorial positions, two executive tickets, two candidates running for external affairs vice president, one candidate for student advocate Senate: Derek Foster (Thrive), a…

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Aggie Square to house new Alice Waters Institute for Edible Education
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Aggie Square to house new Alice Waters Institute for Edible Education

Institute to take inspiration from Water’s Berkeley-based Edible Schoolyard Project UC Davis Chancellor Gary May, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and renowned chef, author and food activist Alice Waters…

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ASUCD Winter Elections will see new position: student advocate
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ASUCD Winter Elections will see new position: student advocate

Students to define what it means to act as students’ voice  In the upcoming ASUCD Winter Elections, students have the chance to vote for a student advocate —…

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Campus Judicial Board applications close today
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Campus Judicial Board applications close today

CJB members uphold academic integrity, social responsibility through hearing panels, outreach, educational efforts Since 1911, UC Davis students have played a critical role in academic integrity and responsible…

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“No more wars” — students fight against American intervention in Iran
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“No more wars” — students fight against American intervention in Iran

With a potential Iran-US conflict looming, students have different ideas for achieving “no more wars” A group of roughly 20 people gathered around three students holding a folded…

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AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers
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AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers

Tentative agreements signify end of three years of over 25,000 union-represented employees working without a contract The UC’s largest employee union reached a tentative four-year agreement on Jan.…

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New motto unveiled at UC Davis’ 2020 kickoff celebration: “Outgrow the Expected”
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New motto unveiled at UC Davis’ 2020 kickoff celebration: “Outgrow the Expected”

Construction plans for new Student-Athlete Performance Center revealed The 2020 Kickoff Event held on Jan. 27 celebrated past and current UC Davis accomplishments in an offort to spark…

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UCPath resolution passes at Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate meeting
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UCPath resolution passes at Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senators debate “joke” candidates running in Winter Elections at meeting The Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 7:02 p.m. by Vice President Shreya Deshpande.…

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UC Davis encouraged to become fair-trade university
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UC Davis encouraged to become fair-trade university

Senate passes resolution for social justice and environmental sustainability With UC Davis’ commitment to sustainability initiatives, the university will continue to support social justice and environmental sustainability as…

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