State Senator re-introduces bill requiring public universities to offer abortion pill
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State Senator re-introduces bill requiring public universities to offer abortion pill

Abortion pill bill previously vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown re-introduced State Senator Connie Leyva reintroduced…

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Video shows alleged UC Davis employee attack AFSCME 3299 strikers in October
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Video shows alleged UC Davis employee attack AFSCME 3299 strikers in October

Pressure placed on administration to act decisively following release of video During the American Federation…

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Chancellor, Vice Chancellor address most pressing campus concerns of Fall Quarter
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Chancellor, Vice Chancellor address most pressing campus concerns of Fall Quarter

Discussion over campus closure, anti-Semitic fliers, AFSCME strike, other student, faculty concerns After a busy…

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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request
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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request

CPRA request yielded 1,100 pages of documents Dennis Ventry Jr., a UC Davis law professor,…

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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike
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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike

UC Regents approve $9.3 billion budget The UC Board of Regents recently approved a budget…

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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made
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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made

UC Davis loses seven days of instruction due to poor air quality UC Davis’ decision…

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Freeborn Hall to be demolished
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Freeborn Hall to be demolished

After closure in 2014, renovation to reopen building deemed too expensive UC Davis administrative officials…

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The Aggie talks to Alecia Moore (P!nk) about taking UC Davis courses and her passion for winemaking
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The Aggie talks to Alecia Moore (P!nk) about taking UC Davis courses and her passion for winemaking

Moore’s first wines became available for public purchase last week, selling out that day Holding…

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Alumna said university forcibly removed her from event for talking about her sexual assault
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Alumna said university forcibly removed her from event for talking about her sexual assault

Yee Xiong speaks out against UC Davis after experience at Southeast Asian Youth Conference Yee…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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