March 7 Senate Report: Student leaders criticize ASUCD’s inaction with Stephon Clark decision
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March 7 Senate Report: Student leaders criticize ASUCD’s inaction with Stephon Clark decision

During emotional Senate meeting Senators, Commission chairs call for resignations of Zapardiel, Gofman The ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. on Thursday, March 7.…

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UCLA named in nationwide college admissions scandal, calls for Napolitano to open investigation
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UCLA named in nationwide college admissions scandal, calls for Napolitano to open investigation

Parents, including celebrities, paid bribes in exchange for admission into prestigious universities A far-reaching Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into a nationwide college admissions cheating and athletic recruitment…

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ASUCD creates new committee to combat housing discrimination in Davis
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ASUCD creates new committee to combat housing discrimination in Davis

Davis Housing Discrimination Committee created in response to student concerns over unfair treatment of student renters The Davis Housing Discrimination Committee, a new ASUCD committee, was recently formed…

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Unitrans ensures student safety through Safe Space Initiative
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Unitrans ensures student safety through Safe Space Initiative

Celebrating 51st anniversary, Unitrans continues to prioritize student safety After celebrating its 51st anniversary and the success of a student fee initiative, Unitrans is also emphasizing its Safe…

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ASUCD Office of External Affairs helps introduce agricultural bill to State Assembly
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ASUCD Office of External Affairs helps introduce agricultural bill to State Assembly

UC Davis students doing their part in a global green movement UC Davis students submitted a bill designed to reduce water usage on farms to the California State…

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After 17 bargaining sessions with the UC since 2017, UPTE-CWA 9119 will strike
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After 17 bargaining sessions with the UC since 2017, UPTE-CWA 9119 will strike

UPTE-CWA 9119 strike supported by AFSCME 3299, Bernie Sanders University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE) CWA 9119, which represents over 13,000 UC employees, will hold a one-day strike…

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Stephon Clark Week of Action held at UC Davis
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Stephon Clark Week of Action held at UC Davis

Students, community members protest DA’s decision not to charge officers who fatally shot Stephon Clark From March 4 to 8, students and community members participated in the Stephon…

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OASR renamed to Office of the External Vice President
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OASR renamed to Office of the External Vice President

Change reflects new External Affairs Vice President position within ASUCD Senate Bill #39, recently passed by the ASUCD Senate, effectively renamed the Office of the External Vice President…

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UCD police rally around bill that would allow DACA student recipients to enter law enforcement
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UCD police rally around bill that would allow DACA student recipients to enter law enforcement

Legislation would amend citizenship requirement for law enforcement In order to promote opportunity and increase UC student hiring eligibility, the UC Davis Police Department, led by Chief Joseph…

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California assemblyman calls for termination of UC Davis professor who said cops “need to be killed”
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California assemblyman calls for termination of UC Davis professor who said cops “need to be killed”

Petition demanding professor’s termination signed by 10,000, given to UC Davis officials California Assemblyman James Gallagher held a press conference outside of Mrak Hall on March 13 demanding…

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IBM joins Aggie Square
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IBM joins Aggie Square

Construction expected to take five to 10 years On Feb. 21, UC Davis unveiled a partnership between IBM and its off-campus innovation center, Aggie Square. The highly-anticipated collaboration…

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Feb. 28 Senate: Meeting adjourns early for Aggie basketball game
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Feb. 28 Senate: Meeting adjourns early for Aggie basketball game

Gender and Sexuality Commission expresses frustration over lack of support The Feb. 28 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. by Vice President Shaniah Branson.…

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Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter to talk Russian interference, Trump
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Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter to talk Russian interference, Trump

UC Davis alumnus Greg Miller to speak at Mondavi Center March 19 Last April, memos written by former FBI Director James Comey, detailing his interactions with President Donald…

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Japanese internment demonstration honors 77th anniversary of executive decision
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Japanese internment demonstration honors 77th anniversary of executive decision

ECAC, YDSA involved in demonstration to inform students of Japanese-American internment during WWII The Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission (ECAC) and the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YSDA)…

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Art Building intruder released from jail, students told to report suspicious activity
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Art Building intruder released from jail, students told to report suspicious activity

Nicholas Chavez ordered to stay away from campus for three years following arrest Nicholas Chavez, the transient individual who had been living in the Art Building and occupying…

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