24-Hour Study Room closed until further notice
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24-Hour Study Room closed until further notice

Room closed due to emergency sewer line repairs The 24-Hour Study Room in Shields Library has been closed due to emergency sewer line repairs, library officials said in…

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Staff at Primate Center evacuated after fire
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Staff at Primate Center evacuated after fire

Fire is now controlled, students, staff told to avoid area An Aggie Alert sent to the UC Davis students and staff Thursday at 4:42 p.m. telling community members…

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Two interim senators confirmed after summer resignations
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Two interim senators confirmed after summer resignations

Sydney Hack, Maria Martinez confirmed to Senate Two interim senators were recently confirmed following resignations by Gaven Kaur and Jake Sedgley. Kaur and Sedgley, in addition to Danny…

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Reality of ICE detention facilities subject of UC Davis professor’s paper
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Reality of ICE detention facilities subject of UC Davis professor’s paper

Study discovers high rates of solitary confinement in ICE detention facilities A UC Davis professor recently authored a paper looking at the conditions inside U.S. Immigration and Customs…

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AB540 and Undocumented Student Center receives permanent director following faculty demands
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AB540 and Undocumented Student Center receives permanent director following faculty demands

Emily Prieto-Tseregounis named director after 11 faculty members demand vacancy be filled On Oct. 26, after six weeks without a full-time director, UC Davis News announced that the…

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Last Week in Senate
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Last Week in Senate

Police chief discusses robberies, scam emails, recent anti-Semitic posters On Oct. 18, the ASUCD Senate convened for its weekly meeting in the Mee Room of the Memorial Union.…

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Reports from chancellor’s three task forces released
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Reports from chancellor’s three task forces released

Questions over whether recommendations on housing, food insecurity, mental health care are sufficient In response to vocal student concerns, Chancellor Gary May convened three task forces on student…

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Following radioactivity testing on beagles decades ago, UC Davis to finish cleaning contaminated soil
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Following radioactivity testing on beagles decades ago, UC Davis to finish cleaning contaminated soil

UC Davis to clean 25-acre former testing site as part of $14 million settlement with EPA The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stated in a recent press release…

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Town hall focuses on UC Davis Police disarmament, militarization
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Town hall focuses on UC Davis Police disarmament, militarization

Training, hiring improvements sought as solution for disarmament A town hall held on Oct. 15 in the Activities and Recreation Center Ballroom discussed a resolution forwarded by the…

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Students support resolution condemning anti-Semitic act at Senate meeting
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Students support resolution condemning anti-Semitic act at Senate meeting

Students from Jewish, Muslim communities voice support for legislation ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the Oct. 11 Senate meeting into order at 6:10 p.m. in the Mee…

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AFSCME 3299 on strike
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AFSCME 3299 on strike

UC’s largest labor union protests outsourcing, pay disparities, unsatisfactory offers from UC in midst of stalled negotiations After a year and a half of deadlocked negotiations with the…

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Concerns raised over understaffing of UC dispatchers
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Concerns raised over understaffing of UC dispatchers

Understaffing reportedly leading to dispatchers working overtime, stress-related health issues In late September, University of California Dispatchers asked the UC Regents for support in addressing the safety concerns…

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First Filipino-American research space at an American university opens at UC Davis
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First Filipino-American research space at an American university opens at UC Davis

Housed in Asian American Studies Department, The Bulosan Center is product of grassroots volunteers On Sep. 29, a fundraising dinner marked the opening of the Bulosan Center for…

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In speech at UC Davis, UC Irvine chancellor says universities cannot enforce hate speech codes
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In speech at UC Davis, UC Irvine chancellor says universities cannot enforce hate speech codes

“Free Speech on Campus” book advocates for free speech, even if offensive On Oct. 4, UC Irvine Chancellor Howard Gillman spoke at an event titled “Free Speech On…

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AFSCME’s lawsuit against UC Davis could stall construction of student housing
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AFSCME’s lawsuit against UC Davis could stall construction of student housing

AFSCME alleges UC Davis not complying with California environmental law The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), which represents over 25,000 UC workers, filed a…

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