Student and staff member discuss taking a break from online school
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Student and staff member discuss taking a break from online school

The director of the Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success and a UC Davis student share reasons for taking an academic break During online learning, students…

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Students explore ways to celebrate Thanksgiving during the pandemic
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Students explore ways to celebrate Thanksgiving during the pandemic

Suggestions and guidelines on how to safely celebrate this holiday season can also be found at cdc.gov For many students, Thanksgiving break typically consists of well-deserved rest from…

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The Community Advising Network, AB540 and Undocumented Student Center lend support to marginalized communities in crisis
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The Community Advising Network, AB540 and Undocumented Student Center lend support to marginalized communities in crisis

Mental health workers and advocates for marginalized groups provide insight into the unique struggles community members face Many have struggled with stress related to the continued effects of…

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Religion becomes redefined for religious organizations as they transition to digital platforms
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Religion becomes redefined for religious organizations as they transition to digital platforms

Many UC Davis religious groups find that students are having trouble adapting to virtual format as participation, faith and morale have decreased When COVID-19 escalated in March, governors…

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Davis district teachers grapple with safety and education quality amidst ‘return to campus’ debate
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Davis district teachers grapple with safety and education quality amidst ‘return to campus’ debate

According to educators, during this period of online learning teachers are “not able to serve every student,” like education should Most school districts, including the Davis Joint Unified…

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Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies continues to grow during COVID-19 pandemic
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Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies continues to grow during COVID-19 pandemic

The Bulosan Center expands its research and internship program this fall, driven by its community-centered approach to studying the Filipinx-American community. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations and…

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Students reflect on recent election
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Students reflect on recent election

Aggies share their opinions and predictions on the recent presidential election The 2020 presidential election came to a close on Saturday, Nov. 7, presenting the country with President-elect…

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Aggies share their experiences as activists on Instagram
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Aggies share their experiences as activists on Instagram

Students explain their inspirations and goals with social activism In a world full of instant posts and strong opinions, many have explored social activism on a variety of…

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The potential impacts of Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation
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The potential impacts of Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation

UC Davis professors and the Davis College Democrats and Republicans unpack Barrett’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice and her possible stances on court cases On Oct. 26,…

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Five courses to add to a Winter Quarter schedule
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Five courses to add to a Winter Quarter schedule

Through these classes, students can gain knowledge on current political and environmental issues 2020 has been a year full of calls for social change including more holistic education,…

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Gardening provides students with positive outlet, opportunities for growth
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Gardening provides students with positive outlet, opportunities for growth

Students and gardening organizations share the value that can be found in gardening  While many activities have been compromised due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UC Davis students have…

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StUCC at home: How a UC Davis stand-up comedy club has adjusted to virtual entertainment
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StUCC at home: How a UC Davis stand-up comedy club has adjusted to virtual entertainment

Through creative tactics and Zoom shows, StUCC has continued to spread laughter from home When in-person gatherings stopped in March, the live-entertainment world went almost completely dark. The…

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14-year-old Tiara Abraham begins her first quarter as a music major
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14-year-old Tiara Abraham begins her first quarter as a music major

The musical child prodigy discusses her pursuit of vocal performance While many might find performing in front of crowds of over 20,000 people daunting, Tiara Abraham, a 14-year-old…

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Unitrans begins transition to battery-electric buses
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Unitrans begins transition to battery-electric buses

With the integration of new environmentally-conscious buses, Unitrans strives to make a sustainable impact on campus  Unitrans buses can be seen all around Davis, transporting students to and…

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Students, staff address mental health counseling programs over Zoom
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Students, staff address mental health counseling programs over Zoom

Discussing the reality of remote mental health counseling from the perspective of students and SHCS counselors  The Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) has transitioned completely to meeting…

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