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The California Aggie is an entirely student-run and independent publication. The Aggie publishes online daily at theaggie.org. Without a journalism program at UC Davis, The Aggie is the best hands-on experience for students interested in journalism, reporting and other aspects of newspaper design and production.

 
Editor-in-Chief: 530-752-9887
Office Fax: 530-752-0355
Advertising: 530-752-9877
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Check vacancy.ucdavis.edu for open positions at The Aggie.

 

Managing Staff 2021-2022

Anjini Venugopal (she/her/hers) — Editor-in-Chief 

Margo Rosenbaum (she/her/hers) — Managing Editor

Editorial Staff:

Sophie Dewees (she/her/hers) — Campus News Editor

Madeleine Payne (she/her/hers) — City News Editor

Eden Winniford (she/her/hers) — Opinion Editor

Katie DeBenedetti (she/her/hers) — Features Editor

Allie Bailey (she/her/hers) — Arts & Culture Editor

Omar Navarro (he/him/his) — Sports Editor

Michelle Wong (she/her/hers) — Science Editor

Managing Staff:.

Benjamin Cheng (he/him/his) — Photo Director

Kathleen Quinn (she/her/hers) — New Media Manager

Anthony Nguyen (he/him/his) — Social Media Manager

Keshav Agrawal (he/him/his) — Website Manager

Anne Thiselton-Dyer (she/her/hers) — Copy Chief

Sabine Lloyd (she/her/hers) — Copy Chief

Joelle Tahta (she/her/hers) — Layout Director 

Katherine Franks (she/her/hers) — Design Director

Jelena Lapuz (she/her/hers) — Outreach Director

Jenna Heath (she/her/hers) — Marketing Manager

Joshua Gazzaniga (he/him/his) — Distribution Manager

 

Laurie Pederson — Business Development Advisor Manager

Comment Policy: 

The California Aggie encourages readers to voice their opinions respectfully in regards to both the readers and writers of The Aggie. Comments are not pre-moderated, but they may be removed if deemed to be in violation of this policy.

Comments should remain on topic, concerning the article they are connected. Brevity is encouraged. Posting under a pseudonym is discouraged but permitted.

California Aggie Online Comment Policy

The California Aggie encourages readers to voice their opinions respectfully in regards to both the readers and writers of The Aggie. Comments are not pre-moderated, but may be removed if deemed to be in violation of this policy.

Comments should remain on topic, concerning the article they are connected. Brevity is encouraged. Posting under a pseudonym is discouraged but permitted.

A comment will be deleted if:
•    The comment attacks a named or identified person or group unreasonably;
•    The comment makes readers unreasonably uncomfortable on the basis of one’s race, gender, religion, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation or otherwise.
•    The comment attacks personally any California Aggie employee.
•    The comment contains excessive obscenities or sexual explicitness.
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•    The comment threatens or encourages violence.
•    The comment encourages illegal behavior.
•    The comment violates copyright or privacy protections.
•    The comment contains personal information.
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