UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns
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UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movements adjusting to COVID-19 concerns

UCSC COLA organizers push for a digital picket, movements discuss public safety, concerns about student…

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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas
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Mental wellness resources made more accessible on Canvas

Basic Needs Committee plans for mental health training, orientation videos  When students sign in to…

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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis
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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis

Finals to either be administered as alternative assignments, online examinations or eliminated altogether UC Davis…

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UC San Diego announces all Spring Quarter classes will be online, UC Berkeley suspends in-person instruction citing coronavirus concerns
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UC San Diego announces all Spring Quarter classes will be online, UC Berkeley suspends in-person instruction citing coronavirus concerns

UC Davis’ operational status remains unchanged, university advises “maximum flexibility” UC Davis officials announced on…

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UC Davis prioritizes locally grown, raised food products for on-campus dining options
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UC Davis prioritizes locally grown, raised food products for on-campus dining options

Uniting departments, research initiatives, agricultural initiatives to better serve students UC Davis is shifting to…

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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students
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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students

Free public transportation for California college students introduced in Assembly Bill 2176 California State Assemblymember…

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“It’s as though animal science tries to kick disabled people out” — Students with disabilities ‘fight’ for accommodations
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“It’s as though animal science tries to kick disabled people out” — Students with disabilities ‘fight’ for accommodations

Lab sections in classes pose challenges for students with service animals  Wheeling down the sidewalks…

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As COLA movement gains UC-wide traction, UAW 2865 will hold Unfair Labor Practice Strike Authorization Vote
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As COLA movement gains UC-wide traction, UAW 2865 will hold Unfair Labor Practice Strike Authorization Vote

Outcome of vote would affect over 19,000 academic workers, UC campuses plan solidarity actions for…

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AFSCME Local 3299 service, patient care workers ratify contracts with UC
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AFSCME Local 3299 service, patient care workers ratify contracts with UC

Workers protected by a contract after three years out of contract Service and patient care…

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UC Davis student-made wines could soon be on the market thanks to this California Senate Bill
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UC Davis student-made wines could soon be on the market thanks to this California Senate Bill

20,000 bottles of student-made wine could enter market State Senator Bill Dodd (D-Napa) introduced legislation…

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Over fifty-four UCSC strikers notified of dismissal for continuing to withhold Fall Quarter grades
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Over fifty-four UCSC strikers notified of dismissal for continuing to withhold Fall Quarter grades

UC files unfair labor practices claim with state against union, UAW Local 2965 files counterclaim…

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Record number of Greek organizations have recognition revoked after hazing incidents
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Record number of Greek organizations have recognition revoked after hazing incidents

Pending investigations underway, call for culture shift from CSI, OSFL Since November 2019, three Greek…

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Construction of two health clinics to commence on campus
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Construction of two health clinics to commence on campus

Clinics to serve UC Davis faculty, staff Construction on a new UC Davis Health clinic,…

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ASUCD officials share their stories about UCPath issues
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ASUCD officials share their stories about UCPath issues

UCPath doesn’t work with one person’s bank, another faced missing pay for weeks Over the…

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Lecturers are without a contract after UC-AFT contract ended Jan. 31
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Lecturers are without a contract after UC-AFT contract ended Jan. 31

 Lecturers say contract negotiations are about more than just raises — also about working conditions,…

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