PERIOD group aims for campus-wide distribution of free menstrual products
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PERIOD group aims for campus-wide distribution of free menstrual products

Club has voluntarily stocked select bathrooms on campus, is in process of approaching administration with proposal The UC Davis chapter of PERIOD, a national nonprofit dedicated to the…

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After DACA repeal fails, UC leaders express gratitude
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After DACA repeal fails, UC leaders express gratitude

Injunction against DACA repeal efforts upheld On Nov. 8, 2018, the UC issued a message of support for the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold…

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UC Davis’ relief effort for Camp Fire Victims
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UC Davis’ relief effort for Camp Fire Victims

UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Police Department, Fire Department respond to wildfire The Davis community has organized various relief efforts in response to the recent Camp Fire…

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Fewer than 7 percent of students elect six new senators
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Fewer than 7 percent of students elect six new senators

Students vote to create new “Student Advocate” position The results of the 2018 ASUCD Fall Election were released Friday, Nov. 16, and a total of 1,914 students voted,…

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Police Department Offers Cadet Program for Students
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Police Department Offers Cadet Program for Students

UC Davis Police Department offers two cadet programs for UC Davis students, staff, faculty, community members The UC Davis Police Department offers its cadet program for students interested…

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UC payroll service tripled in projected cost, significantly delayed
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UC payroll service tripled in projected cost, significantly delayed

Staff, student workers voice frustration with streamlined system Seven years ago, the UC system introduced UCPath as a program to unify the payrolls of all the UC campuses…

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In memoriam: Eldridge Moores
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In memoriam: Eldridge Moores

Geology professor remembered for caring spirit, diverse passions Eldridge Moores, a distinguished professor emeritus in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, died unexpectedly at the age of 80…

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Davis Cannabis Town Hall addresses community concerns
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Davis Cannabis Town Hall addresses community concerns

UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services teams up with City of Davis to host informational meeting A “Davis Cannabis Town Hall” was hosted on Nov. 8 at…

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Nov. 8 Senate meeting: Campus Center for the Environment in need of money for repairs
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Nov. 8 Senate meeting: Campus Center for the Environment in need of money for repairs

Senate bill pending for allocation of $1,400 toward repairs ASUCD Vice President Shaniah Branson called the Nov. 8 Senate meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. in the Mee…

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UC Davis students voice thoughts on midterm election
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UC Davis students voice thoughts on midterm election

Democrat, Republican student leaders discuss The Nov. 6 midterm elections ushered in continued success for California Democrats with gains in the House of Representatives and a clean sweep…

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UC Davis researched by man accused of mailing explosives across the United States
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UC Davis researched by man accused of mailing explosives across the United States

No explosives mailed, but community advised to stay vigilant The UC Davis community was advised to stay vigilant after police found the university to be among the locations…

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Global Education Initiative in process at UC Davis
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Global Education Initiative in process at UC Davis

Global Affairs is developing a global education program for UC Davis students The Global Education Initiative is a program being developed by UC Davis Global Affairs that intends…

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Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors
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Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors

“Equal Pay for Equal Work” petition calls to eliminate seasonal pay discrepancy Duane Wright, a graduate student instructor in the Department of Sociology, has alleged that there is…

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City of Davis vows to defend against lawsuit claiming housing discrimination
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City of Davis vows to defend against lawsuit claiming housing discrimination

Council members vote to oppose civil rights lawsuit brought against West Davis Adult Active Community The Davis City Council voted on Oct. 15 to defend against a civil…

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Dry campus no more?
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Dry campus no more?

The Gunrock plans to serve alcohol on campus once again A look at the Yelp page for the Gunrock Pub shows that the on-campus bar and grill has…

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