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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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UC Davis students reflect on their ‘unprecedented’ first-year experience

Three freshmen share highlights, expectations and advice from their first year at Davis     The 2020-2021 school year has been full of “unprecedented times,” and...

The City of Davis announces Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is clear to be administered to children ages 12 and up

The California Department of Public Health and the federal government have approved the administration of the Pfizer vaccine to kids ages 12-15 UC Davis has...

UC Davis professors share experiences teaching abroad

Professors reflect on their favorite moments from teaching overseas When describing their study abroad experience, a student may mention the country they studied in, the...

UC Davis students and faculty discuss Arab American Heritage Month

With some opposition toward the heritage month, students and a faculty member discuss their perspective on creating tangible change for the community and acts...

In light of spring elections and low voter turnout, students share their understanding of ASUCD

Students voice their opinions on the role of ASUCD and the importance it holds for them  ASUCD provides a variety of programs and services that...

Cracking open the story of the UC Davis Eggheads

Faculty members of UC Davis Library reflect on the history of the Eggheads and their impact on campus Amid the structures that make UC Davis...

Davis Joint Unified School District educators reflect on the COVID-19 academic year

Jo Eberle and Jessica Beckinger share their experiences teaching during the different phases of the pandemic Educators continue to adapt to the changing phases of...

Fourth-year Native American student strives to make UC Davis’ data on its Native population more comprehensive

Tori McConnell, in collaboration with faculty and other Native students, aims to break down the data of UC Davis’ Native student population to more...

UC Davis students and staff voice concerns over Accellion nationwide cyber attack

Recent breach of private information leaves many UC Davis employees and students in a state of paranoia and questioning if their private information is...

UC Davis study shows COVID-19’s disproportionate negative effects on caretakers

UC Davis Health’s Family Caregiving Institute studies caretakers’ ethical dilemmas during pandemic During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have had to step up as caregivers...

Five courses to take this summer session

Students and professors share their favorite course offerings for summer 2021 As the second year of all-remote summer session classes approaches, students and professors share...

On-campus organizations celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

UC Davis's AAPI community continues to celebrate its history and culture amid lockdown restrictions and anti-Asian racialization of COVID-19 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI)...

UC Davis Craft Center gets creative in pandemic

Employees of the Craft Center share their experiences crafting online The UC Davis Craft Center, a part of Campus Recreation, welcomes students and  community members...

As restrictions begin to be lifted, summer travel becomes more possible

Employees of the travel industry discuss the greater possibility of summer travel In anticipation of widespread vaccine eligibility and the lifting of most COVID-19 restrictions...

UC Davis photographers share the challenges and significance of documenting moments during the pandemic

Photographers discuss their pandemic-inspired projects and how their creative influences have evolved With changing environments due to the pandemic, three local photographers noted that their...