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Monday, October 3, 2022

Senior Columns 2022

An endless bounty of opportunities

The Aggie showed me how expansive Davis really is By MAYA SHYDLOWSKI-BESMER  As anyone who has attended UC Davis knows, there’s a magical charm about this...

Discovering myself

In the wise words of Kacey Musgraves, “Everything is alright now, ‘cause the sky has finally opened” By JOELLE TAHTA  I grew up as a somewhat...

My favorite college moments

“Your best camera is the one on you” - By BENJAMIN CHENG In the 1,344 days since my first day of school, so many life-altering events...

My Aggie design journey

- By Katherine Franks

From childhood bookworm to UC Davis English alumna

Straying from tradition and paving a new path for myself  By JELENA LAPUZ When I first began my undergraduate career at UC Davis as an English...

Taking the scenic route

Thirteen years later than expected, but right on time By KATHLEEN QUINN As I walk across the stage to receive my undergraduate degree on June 12,...

From science to city, thank you, The Aggie, for everything

“Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.” — Garrison Keillor By MADELEINE PAYNE Reflecting on these past three years, it’s hard to put into...

How different it all could’ve been

A farewell to the place that allowed me to find myself By OMAR NAVARRO How do you say goodbye to something you’ll cherish forever? That’s kind...

The uncanny pursuit of a degree and the surprises I encountered along the way

Creating four years of college memories in two during the pandemic era By KRISTIN TRENT Few outcomes can be predicted in life, and the destination we...

No RAGRETS

It’s all the experiences — the good, the bad and the ugly — that make it all worth it  By SIERRA JIMENEZ “Where’d All the Time...

My words are who I am

On searching for myself and finding I was there all along (with a little help from my friends) By ALLIE BAILEY  Growing up, I was lucky...

A journalist’s love letter to writing

How The California Aggie allowed me to pursue my passions By MICHELLE WONG Throughout my time at The California Aggie, I've learned a multitude of lessons...

Where’d all the time go?

This column is sponsored by Mishka’s, “Surfing with the Alien” and the urge to say “thank you” rather than “goodbye” Four years, three cracked screen...

An ode to snails, snakes and storytelling

A farewell to four years of nerding out at The Aggie By MARGO ROSENBAUM  I’ve always loved stories. I spent much of my free time growing...