The Pantry shifts operations to meet COVID-19 demand, guidelines
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The Pantry shifts operations to meet COVID-19 demand, guidelines

Newly incorporated products like diapers, tampons and pads were added in response to demand At UC Davis, need-based programs like The Pantry have adjusted their services to accommodate…

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Students unable to sign up for overlapping classes on Schedule Builder despite being completely asynchronous or only with optional synchronous elements
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Students unable to sign up for overlapping classes on Schedule Builder despite being completely asynchronous or only with optional synchronous elements

The variety in the ways instructors are performing synchronous and asynchronous classes makes it harder to create registration codes, according to Interim Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate…

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Temporary adjustments made to admissions requirements for prospective undergraduate and graduate students
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Temporary adjustments made to admissions requirements for prospective undergraduate and graduate students

UC Davis undergraduate and graduate programs consider holistic review and work to eliminate COVID-19-related disruptions in application process In a press release from April 1, the UC announced…

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ASUCD passes emergency UC admission extension resolution
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ASUCD passes emergency UC admission extension resolution

The Senate requested UC regents extend the admissions deadline to Dec. 15, a new STEM committee created and a new External Affairs chair was confirmed The Nov. 19…

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Senator term review: Samantha Boudaie
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Senator term review: Samantha Boudaie

Outgoing Senator Boudaie served as advocate for Jewish community on campus, though not fully accomplishing all platforms As ASUCD Senator Samantha Boudaie’s one-year term ends, fellow ASUCD senators…

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UC Admissions extends application deadline to Dec. 4
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UC Admissions extends application deadline to Dec. 4

Website crashes on the eve of Nov. 30 application deadline System-wide technical difficulties with the UC application website prompted UC admissions to extend the undergraduate application deadline to…

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Series of burglaries occur on campus
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Series of burglaries occur on campus

“What you’re stealing is not what you think it is,” said Chief Joe Farrow about thefts in hemp research fields The California Aggie interviewed UC Davis Campus Police…

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Non-essential travel discouraged by university officials amid holiday season
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Non-essential travel discouraged by university officials amid holiday season

Expansion of weekly COVID-19 tests show effort to curb transmission of virus UC Davis has “discouraged non-essential travel to help reduce any potential spread of the virus” for…

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Senate Resolution #2 calls on university to reverse unilateral decision to cancel PE offerings at Nov. 12 meeting
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Senate Resolution #2 calls on university to reverse unilateral decision to cancel PE offerings at Nov. 12 meeting

Judicial Council Chair confirmed after vacancy for five weeks and the previous week’s unconstitutional meeting The Nov. 12 Senate Meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. by…

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UC Davis Health opens region’s first Post-COVID-19 Clinic
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UC Davis Health opens region’s first Post-COVID-19 Clinic

The clinic seeks to provide care to patients dealing with lasting post-COVID-19 symptoms UC Davis Health has launched a Post-COVID-19 Clinic to provide care and treatment for patients…

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Nov. 5 ASUCD Senate meeting appears to have occurred unconstitutionally
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Nov. 5 ASUCD Senate meeting appears to have occurred unconstitutionally

The judicial chair position remained unfilled for the fifth consecutive week which, according to the constitution, means that the Senate cannot meet for official business until the chair…

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University encourages students to self-regulate amid pandemic
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University encourages students to self-regulate amid pandemic

UC Davis police are not enforcing COVID-19 guidelines, and OSSJA is taking a ‘graduated response’ to reports of violations As fears of a widespread outbreak on campus have…

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ASUCD fall 2020 election results announced
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ASUCD fall 2020 election results announced

Of the six senator positions available, three candidates were elected from the BASED slate, two from the Thrive slate and one Independent This past week, 15 candidates ran…

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ASUCD candidates debate issues, discuss their platforms
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ASUCD candidates debate issues, discuss their platforms

Of the 15 candidates for Senate, only four were present The ASUCD candidates’ debate began over Zoom with an introduction of the moderators, as well as the participating…

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Theta Chi fraternity quarantined after positive COVID case
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Theta Chi fraternity quarantined after positive COVID case

The matter is being further investigated by the university as nine of 10 fraternity members are residing in campus quarantine rooms Ten students living in the Theta Chi…

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