The Memorial Union: Woohoo or Boohoo?
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The Memorial Union: Woohoo or Boohoo?

Students share opinions on newly renovated Memorial Union The Memorial Union (MU) Renewal Project is finally nearing completion after nearly three years of construction. Located next to the…

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Roommate Horror Stories
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Roommate Horror Stories

Students share tales of college roommate experiences For many, the world of college brings to light a plethora of new experiences — classes that start in the afternoon,…

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UC Davis students reflect on recent installation of Plan B vending machine
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UC Davis students reflect on recent installation of Plan B vending machine

Accessible emergency contraceptives affect campus, community The installation of the Plan B vending machine in the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) this past March has made a statement…

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The role of professional staff in student-run organizations
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The role of professional staff in student-run organizations

Career employees provide guidance Before starting his job at Unitrans, Anthony Palmere had worked for public transportation systems in larger cities that he found to be bureaucratic and…

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A biking history of Davis
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A biking history of Davis

National Bike Month allows campus, community to reflect on Davis’ two-wheeled history Imagine a small town with a laid back biking culture, where cyclists tend to be treated…

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With Liberty and Justice for All: UC Davis pre-law students
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With Liberty and Justice for All: UC Davis pre-law students

Pre-Law stories, paths, organizations on campus A series of different conversations, exchanges and choices often converge to create what students call a career path. After having traveled very…

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Long-distance relationships, far away from worries
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Long-distance relationships, far away from worries

Students share what makes their long-distance relationships work It was her junior year at Davis High School when Jenna Farboud and her current partner had chemistry — that…

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Walker Hall: a rich past and an exciting future
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Walker Hall: a rich past and an exciting future

Historic building will become a new home for graduate, professional students On the “UC Davis Memes for Edgey Teens” Facebook group, Carter Johnson, a second-year applied math graduate…

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Progress in reshaping the hunting ground
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Progress in reshaping the hunting ground

Sexual assault awareness; advocacy in UC Davis, larger community Sexual assault is defined by the Center for Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE) as any unwanted, nonconsensual sexual act…

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UC Davis practices sustainable sourcing
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UC Davis practices sustainable sourcing

Dining Commons leads in sourcing food from local, organic, student-run farms Ranking 18th on the The Daily Meal’s Best Colleges for Food List, UC Davis goes above and…

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Courtyard oases
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Courtyard oases

Hidden study, relaxation spots on campus As much as UC Davis students love cramming their brains in cramped classrooms and crowded study spaces, some have found that a…

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Companions and cultural identity: UC Davis’ various student associations
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Companions and cultural identity: UC Davis’ various student associations

Cultural organizations provide space for students to connect, make friends There are hundreds of clubs for the thousands of students at UC Davis, but joining a club doesn’t…

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Davis vs. food
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Davis vs. food

Food competitions around town test endurance A myriad of beaming, proud faces fill up a wall at the CoHo South Cafe. These are the faces of daring challengers…

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The Bike Barn: gears, tires and true Friends
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The Bike Barn: gears, tires and true Friends

Behind the scenes of Bike Barn culture The ASUCD Bike Barn is located between the Silo and Rock Hall, its entrance hidden by a fleet of bikes. Upon…

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The grading curve: redefining the standard
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The grading curve: redefining the standard

Students discuss their experiences with curving grades A 40 percent under “Grades” on UC Davis Canvas typically wouldn’t elicit a positive response. However, for students who are graded…

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