Midterms in the era of remote learning
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Midterms in the era of remote learning

From business as usual, to no exam at all: different ways professors are administering midterms remotely With the first ever wave of online midterms now behind us, students…

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“A big step backwards” — Chancellor, UCOP respond to new Title IX rules around sexual assault, harassment
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“A big step backwards” — Chancellor, UCOP respond to new Title IX rules around sexual assault, harassment

Department of Education reveals new Title IX regulations New Title IX regulations regarding sexual harassment and assualt were revealed on Wednesday, May 6 by the Department of Education,…

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UC President says campuses will not be fully reopened by fall
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UC President says campuses will not be fully reopened by fall

Chancellor May convenes two task forces exploring how to return to campus UC campuses will not be fully reopened by this fall, according to UC President Janet Napolitano,…

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UC Davis, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz graduate students on grade strike submit Winter Quarter grades
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UC Davis, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz graduate students on grade strike submit Winter Quarter grades

Organizers call grade strike “no longer the strongest tactic” for achieving a cost of living adjustment Graduate students at UC Davis who withheld grades as part of the…

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CARES Act provides aid to undergraduate, graduate students with demonstrated need
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CARES Act provides aid to undergraduate, graduate students with demonstrated need

UC Davis will use institutional funds to give aid to undocumented, international students UC Davis undergraduate and graduate students will be receiving emergency relief payments through the roughly…

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ASUCD Senate canceled for second week in a row
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ASUCD Senate canceled for second week in a row

Vacant Judicial Council seat still unfilled at time of canceled meeting The weekly ASUCD Senate meeting on April 30 was canceled for the second week in a row…

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How the Global Learning Hub is handling study abroad programs during COVID-19 Pandemic
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How the Global Learning Hub is handling study abroad programs during COVID-19 Pandemic

Students affected by study abroad cancellations will receive refunds The UC Davis Global Learning Hub announced the cancellation of Spring Quarter and Summer Session study abroad programs, but…

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Aggie Experience Live! replaces annual Decision UC Davis
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Aggie Experience Live! replaces annual Decision UC Davis

COVID-19 prompts university to host a series online sessions, webinars for admitted students, their families Aggie Experience Live!, a virtual open house, was created in response to shelter-in-place…

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PREDICT project, providing support to countries in detecting COVID-19, receives six-month extension
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PREDICT project, providing support to countries in detecting COVID-19, receives six-month extension

The project, initiated in 2009, is focused on developing precautionary initiatives for responding to infectious diseases like SARS PREDICT, a part of the Emerging Pandemic Threats (EPT) program…

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ASUCD could lose $1.1 million as a result of COVID-19
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ASUCD could lose $1.1 million as a result of COVID-19

Millions from emergency reserves, government acts, Basic Needs and Services Referendum to offset losses ASUCD is projected to face $1.1 million in losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Announcement that The Pantry served over 5,000 unique students during February of 2020 at April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Announcement that The Pantry served over 5,000 unique students during February of 2020 at April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senate re-does its pro-tempore election The April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order by Vice President Akhila Kandaswamy at 6:12 p.m. The meeting began with a…

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OSSJA makes minor changes to judicial process, no update on possible increase in cases
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OSSJA makes minor changes to judicial process, no update on possible increase in cases

OSSJA operations remain continuous during COVID crisis, process not set to change Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the UC Davis Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA) is…

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UC Davis administration implements improvements to new public bus service with ridership involvement
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UC Davis administration implements improvements to new public bus service with ridership involvement

Free fare for six months for UCD affiliates, with bicycle storage, direct intercampus stops The launch of the Yolobus and SacRT Causeway Connection public bus service, which was…

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Generation Z talks about loneliness in the age of coronavirus
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Generation Z talks about loneliness in the age of coronavirus

Studies describe a current “epidemic of loneliness,” the impact of social media on relationships Studies show that the U.S. is currently experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. Approximately two…

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Legislation meant to help students during pandemic passes at first Senate meeting of the quarter
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Legislation meant to help students during pandemic passes at first Senate meeting of the quarter

Senate pro tempore elections, adoption of units, Senate recorder confirmations among items completed  ASUCD Vice President Akhila Kandaswamy called the first Senate meeting of Spring Quarter, held on…

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