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Friday, November 26, 2021

Features

Students discuss theories about the rumored Social Sciences and Humanities building

How the “Death Star” got its nickname and tips to avoid getting lost in its halls By JALAN TEHRANIFAR — features@theaggie.org   The Social Sciences and Humanities...

UC Davis campus organizations build community through food

Students and staff share how they connect with others through food, even when they cannot physically be together By MAYA SHYDLOWSKI — features@theaggie.org Sitting around a...

UC Davis students share their experiences with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Three undergrads discuss SAD symptoms, why winter impacts their mental health and tips for getting through the cold seasons By LYRA FARRELL — features@theaggie.org As nightfall...

Studies show students’ well-being continues to be impacted by COVID-19

UC Davis-led surveys and undergraduates’ experiences give insight into students’ mental health challenges throughout the pandemic   By MAYA SHYDLOWSKI — features@theaggie.org   The COVID-19 pandemic has affected...

UC Davis community members discuss the importance of Native American Heritage Month

Native campus leaders weigh in on what this month means to them, how students can be better allies to Native communities and the work...

New Italian restaurant, marketplace to open in Bistro 33’s former location

Davis native Micheal Gaylen hopes to maintain the location’s history while creating a brand-new dining experience     By JALAN TEHRANIFAR — features@theaggie.org   Many people believe that part...

Sorority governance perpetuates ‘old-fashioned’ practices, according to some UC Davis sorority members

Four UC Davis sorority women believe the Greek system must reform unequal social expectations for sorority and fraternity members By LYRA FARRELL — features@theaggie.org   Since 1902,...

Article 26 Backpack from UC Davis allows students to safely store academic resources

Backpack aims to provide refugee students and those from areas of conflict a secure location to store information and documents By SIMRAN KALKAT — features@theaggie.org Many...

UC Davis community grieves the loss of Compost, one of the famous felines who called the campus home

Students and staff share their experiences and memories of Compost and other campus cats By MAYA SHYDLOWSKI — features@theaggie.org Over the weekend of Oct. 23, UC...

Community leaders reflect on importance of Filipino American History Month

Eight UC Davis Filipino cultural organizations help students feel connected to their heritage   By JELENA LAPUZ — features@theaggie.org   Filipino Americans celebrated October as Filipino American History...

UC Davis students share their coming out stories in honor of LGBTQ+ History Month

Three students give insight into navigating their queerness and advice for others  By LYRA FARRELL — features@theaggie.org For many members of the LGBTQ+ community, coming out...

An ultimate ranking of biking weather, according to UC Davis students

Which types of weather do students love to bike in, and which do they dread? By SONORA SLATER — features@theaggie.org The street is deserted, a torrent...

Alice Waters Institute for Edible Education hopes to change the way public schools teach and students eat

Waters discusses 25 years of the Edible Schoolyard Project and partnership with UC Davis As Alice Waters celebrates 25 years of her Edible Schoolyard Project...

UC Davis first-year student’s viral Twitter account lets followers know it’s finally the weekend

@CraigWeekend account owner Miles Riehle’s followers look forward to the same post every Friday Miles Riehle, a first-year student majoring in environmental policy analysis and...

UC Davis alumna opens micro-bakery inspired by her college experience

Deirdre Feeley reflects on how her time in Davis ultimately led to Driftwood Baking UC Davis alumna Deirdre Feeley wanted to be a pastry chef...