Jewish student leaders meet with chancellor to discuss future outcomes when addressing anti-Semitic incidents
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Jewish student leaders meet with chancellor to discuss future outcomes when addressing anti-Semitic incidents

Moving forward, ADL will host training workshops, administration will provide more efficient communications after targeted…

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Reality of ICE detention facilities subject of UC Davis professor’s paper
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Reality of ICE detention facilities subject of UC Davis professor’s paper

Study discovers high rates of solitary confinement in ICE detention facilities A UC Davis professor…

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AB540 and Undocumented Student Center receives permanent director following faculty demands
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AB540 and Undocumented Student Center receives permanent director following faculty demands

Emily Prieto-Tseregounis named director after 11 faculty members demand vacancy be filled On Oct. 26,…

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Reports from chancellor’s three task forces released
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Reports from chancellor’s three task forces released

Questions over whether recommendations on housing, food insecurity, mental health care are sufficient In response…

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AFSCME 3299 on strike
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AFSCME 3299 on strike

UC’s largest labor union protests outsourcing, pay disparities, unsatisfactory offers from UC in midst of…

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Concerns raised over understaffing of UC dispatchers
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Concerns raised over understaffing of UC dispatchers

Understaffing reportedly leading to dispatchers working overtime, stress-related health issues In late September, University of…

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First Filipino-American research space at an American university opens at UC Davis
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First Filipino-American research space at an American university opens at UC Davis

Housed in Asian American Studies Department, The Bulosan Center is product of grassroots volunteers On…

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In speech at UC Davis, UC Irvine chancellor says universities cannot enforce hate speech codes
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In speech at UC Davis, UC Irvine chancellor says universities cannot enforce hate speech codes

“Free Speech on Campus” book advocates for free speech, even if offensive On Oct. 4,…

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AFSCME’s lawsuit against UC Davis could stall construction of student housing
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AFSCME’s lawsuit against UC Davis could stall construction of student housing

AFSCME alleges UC Davis not complying with California environmental law The American Federation of State,…

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Students live in Tercero residence halls despite ongoing construction
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Students live in Tercero residence halls despite ongoing construction

Pine, Currant Hall residents compensated with Aggie Cash for inconvenience Two residence halls in the…

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An interview with UC Davis Police Chief Joe Farrow
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An interview with UC Davis Police Chief Joe Farrow

Chief talks about recent Davis thefts, how to secure one’s belongings, fostering better police-to-community relationship…

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Filed complaints charge UC with illegal, union-busting activity
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Filed complaints charge UC with illegal, union-busting activity

UC may have repeatedly violated state law, UC denies charges The University of California is…

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All students required to acknowledge Academic Code of Conduct online
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All students required to acknowledge Academic Code of Conduct online

Department of Education found university had not sufficiently validated student attendance Starting this quarter, all…

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UC Davis receives high marks in numerous national rankings
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UC Davis receives high marks in numerous national rankings

University placed in top 10 of best public universities UC Davis received multiple top 10…

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Introducing the class of 2022
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Introducing the class of 2022

Demographics, information on incoming freshmen, transfer class This fall, UC Davis welcomed 9,300 freshmen and…

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