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Monday, September 26, 2022

Editorial

Everyone should take advantage of new testing opportunities

With COVID-19 testing more widely available, it is important to continue to keep ourselves and those around us safe Since cases during this past month...

Information about graduation requirements needs to be accurate, easily available

Academic advisors are doing their best but clearly need additional support  It’s not uncommon to hear students complain in the time leading up to or...

Understanding and combating the filter bubble

Be cognizant of how search engines and social networks can reinforce your belief As college students, especially during online school, we spend an exorbitant amount...

Thank you essential workers for your tireless work throughout the pandemic

Be kind and remember to appreciate those working amid the recent COVID-19 surge After our short but sweet stint having in-person classes and — dare...

It’s time to rethink letter grades

Students and instructors could benefit from learning practices that do not revolve around letter grade outcomes After nearly two years of mainly virtual and hybrid...

Students, staff need to be flexible during an uncertain winter quarter

Instructors should be prepared to record lectures and teach remotely Temporarily returning to online instruction isn’t ideal for some students, but caution and flexibility are...

Now is not the time to relax COVID-19 vigilance

The Editorial Board encourages students to get the COVID-19 vaccine booster and be safe over the holidays Once finals are done next week, it will...

Editorial Board meets with Chancellor May, UC Davis administrators

May and administrators discuss winter quarter plans, campus policing and student fees   The California Aggie’s Editorial Board met with Chancellor Gary May, Faculty Advisor to...

Conscientiously observe Thanksgiving by focusing on its true history

Acknowledging the harmful impacts of the holiday is a first step The commemoration of Thanksgiving has evolved over generations, with many people choosing to celebrate...

COP26 agreements alone will not sufficiently curb greenhouse gas emissions

We need to hold our leaders accountable in order to address the climate crisis Between Oct. 31 to Nov. 13, world leaders, diplomats and environmental...

The UC Davis pepper spray incident, 10 years later

The Editorial Board reflects on the attack against peaceful student protestors that broke international news When students peacefully protested against a raise in tuition as...

Sensationalizing tragedies is unethical

Media coverage and social media’s response to Astroworld demonstrates desensitization to tragedy On Nov. 7, Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” concert in Houston became a mass casualty...

Effort from ASUCD, students is needed to increase community engagement

Individuals already involved with ASUCD should actively encourage voting and promote awareness Since Monday, undergraduate students have had the opportunity to vote in the ASUCD...

ASUCD fall election endorsements: Consider the following

The Editorial Board endorses five candidates for ASUCD senate and one for each of the non-senatorial positions in this election  ASUCD Fall Elections began today...

‘Tis the season for cozy activities

The Editorial Board shares our fall favorites   Anjini Venugopal, Editor-in-Chief Growing up, rainy days often meant one of two things — my mom bringing home soup...