UC to pay more than $150,000 to workers over payroll issues
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UC to pay more than $150,000 to workers over payroll issues

Agreement reached between UC, UAW 2865 over incorrect payments through new UCPath system The University of California system and the United Auto Workers (UAW) 2865 union have come…

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Davis College Democrats denies allegations it used student contact info inappropriately in ASUCD election
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Davis College Democrats denies allegations it used student contact info inappropriately in ASUCD election

DCD acknowledges it used info collected last year in recent student election, denies any wrongdoing Officials from Davis College Democrats (DCD) have refuted recent allegations that the group…

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Feb. 7 Senate meeting: 11 Senate Bills pass
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Feb. 7 Senate meeting: 11 Senate Bills pass

Senator Brandon Clemons’ absences topic of concern The Feb. 7 ASUCD Senate Meeting was called to order by Vice President Shaniah Branson at 6:10 p.m. Senators Simran Kaur,…

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Davis College Democrats used student contact info inappropriately to campaign for BASED, source says
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Davis College Democrats used student contact info inappropriately to campaign for BASED, source says

Information on over 800 students gathered for 2018 June primaries used nine months later to campaign for school election The inappropriate use of student contact information by Davis…

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BASED sweeps majority of open ASUCD positions
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BASED sweeps majority of open ASUCD positions

Justin Hurst, Shreya Deshpande new president, vice president The BASED slate swept the 2019 ASUCD Winter Elections, with all but two spots filled by candidates who ran on…

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Economics major reclassified as STEM degree
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Economics major reclassified as STEM degree

Switch will allow international students the option of visa extension UC Davis has reclassified its undergraduate economics major as a STEM degree, reflecting a trend that brings the…

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Eight new microwaves in the CoHo reduce waiting time
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Eight new microwaves in the CoHo reduce waiting time

No more CoHo microwave lines Eight new microwaves were recently installed in the UC Davis CoHo, significantly reducing wait times for students who bring lunch from home. Several…

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ASUCD no longer member of UC Student Association with no plans to rejoin
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ASUCD no longer member of UC Student Association with no plans to rejoin

UCSA cites $15,000 fee in decision to no longer recognize ASUCD as member in good standing The UC Student Association has voted to no longer recognize ASUCD as…

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Protesters shut down ASUCD Candidate Debate
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Protesters shut down ASUCD Candidate Debate

All candidates leave event in solidarity, join in with protesters The semi-annual ASUCD Candidate Debate was held the morning of Feb. 19, the first day of the 2019…

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Arrest of intruder living in Art Building who may have also sexually assaulted, harassed, stolen, vandalized
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Arrest of intruder living in Art Building who may have also sexually assaulted, harassed, stolen, vandalized

Police found stolen art supplies, projects, citation for trespassing in ransacked professor’s office An individual by the name of Nicholas Chavez was arrested on Feb. 21 on charges…

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2019 ASUCD Winter Elections: Meet the candidates
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2019 ASUCD Winter Elections: Meet the candidates

Two executive tickets, 14 senatorial candidates running this quarter The following candidates are running in ASUCD’s 2019 Winter Elections for elected official positions in student government. Two senatorial…

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ASUCD office hours
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What’s a union? Here’s what you need to know.
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What’s a union? Here’s what you need to know.

General functions, benefits of a labor union Better working conditions, higher pay, health insurance, job security and a voice in the employment process — these are some of…

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Unitrans, CoHo partner for “Get Out the Vote” rally on first day of ASUCD elections
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Unitrans, CoHo partner for “Get Out the Vote” rally on first day of ASUCD elections

$1 CoHo discount tickets will be distributed to first 1,000 undergraduates who vote Unitrans drivers will be distributing $1 CoHo discount tickets to the first 1,000 undergraduates who…

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Gov. Newsom’s proposed increase in funding for UC conditional on tuition freeze
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Gov. Newsom’s proposed increase in funding for UC conditional on tuition freeze

UC system does not expect tuition increase in near future On Jan. 10, 2019, newly-elected California Gov. Gavin Newsom released his state budget proposal for the 2019-20 year.…

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