Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors
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Seasonal pay discrepancy alleged for graduate student instructors

“Equal Pay for Equal Work” petition calls to eliminate seasonal pay discrepancy Duane Wright, a…

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Dry campus no more?
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Dry campus no more?

The Gunrock plans to serve alcohol on campus once again A look at the Yelp…

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Additional blue emergency lights to be installed by UCDPD
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Additional blue emergency lights to be installed by UCDPD

Four new blue lights will shine at central campus locations On Nov. 7, the UC…

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Organization of formerly incarcerated students holds panel discussion
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Organization of formerly incarcerated students holds panel discussion

Beyond the Stats discusses Education As Freedom course Beyond the Stats, an organization created nearly…

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UC Davis-based online textbook library receives $4.9 million federal grant
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UC Davis-based online textbook library receives $4.9 million federal grant

Online textbook library aims to expand its content, cut costs for students, tailor course-specific material…

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UC Davis will become Hispanic Serving Institution, Chicana/o Studies professors raise concerns
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UC Davis will become Hispanic Serving Institution, Chicana/o Studies professors raise concerns

Professors think focus should be on currently-enrolled Chicana/o students who feel isolated UC Davis’ efforts…

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Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day
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Classes cancelled for fourth consecutive day

Notification sent at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday After air quality index levels spiked above 200…

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24-Hour Study Room reopens after temporary closure
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24-Hour Study Room reopens after temporary closure

Following emergency sewer line repairs, 24-Hour room opened Tuesday morning The 24-Hour Study Room in…

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UC extends application deadline for those impacted by wildfires
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UC extends application deadline for those impacted by wildfires

As Woolsey, Camp Fires continue to burn, UC offers application extension The undergraduate application deadline…

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Classes cancelled again following widespread student backlash
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Classes cancelled again following widespread student backlash

Classes initially scheduled to resume Wednesday, university apologizes for any “stress or inconveniences” UC Davis has backtracked…

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UC Davis violated labor law when terminating temporary counselors, state agency alleges
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UC Davis violated labor law when terminating temporary counselors, state agency alleges

UC Davis terminated employees during negotiations while other UCs transferred temporary workers to career positions…

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Classes cancelled due to poor air quality
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Classes cancelled due to poor air quality

UC Davis, Sac State cancel classes UC Davis students and staff were informed early Tuesday…

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After UCOP denies right to academic freedom, UC librarians circulate petition
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After UCOP denies right to academic freedom, UC librarians circulate petition

Academic freedom gives librarians independence to curate materials, pursue research as seen fit UC librarians…

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As AFSCME strike ends, the voices of the people remain
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As AFSCME strike ends, the voices of the people remain

ASFCME, UPTE members discuss their reasons for striking The three-day strike held by the American…

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How AFSCME’s strike impacted classes
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How AFSCME’s strike impacted classes

Three-day strike prompts class cancellation, relocation across departments A three-day strike took place in late…

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