Contracted workers in the gig economy to benefit from Trump administration tax cuts
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Contracted workers in the gig economy to benefit from Trump administration tax cuts

Passage of Senate tax bill has potential to increase profits of sharing economy workers Follow-up to a December article about the benefits and drawbacks of participating in the…

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A Closer Look at the Silo’s New Eateries
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A Closer Look at the Silo’s New Eateries

UC Davis’ attempts to bring diversified food options to south campus As students slowly acclimated themselves to the 2017-2018 school year during Fall Quarter, many discovered drastic changes…

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Difficulties with Counseling Services
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Difficulties with Counseling Services

Valuable resources hampered by issues with scheduling and continuing care College can be a stressful environment, and young adulthood is often accompanied by the surfacing of various mental…

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New contract allows UC Davis to continue cache slough study
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New contract allows UC Davis to continue cache slough study

Solano County Water Agency taking over state contract to fund research In early December of 2017, it was announced that the Solano County Water Agency agreed to a…

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8 Ways to Actually Keep A New Year’s Resolution
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8 Ways to Actually Keep A New Year’s Resolution

Tips to stay on track with New Year’s goals New Year’s resolutions are a time-old tradition we create for ourselves the second the clock strikes midnight on December…

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Weed: How will it work?
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Weed: How will it work?

Recreational marijuana use legalized in California Weed lovers, rejoice! No more back-alley meet-ups, no more looking over shoulders. In January, cannabis will be legally available for adult use…

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The Allure of the Emerald City
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The Allure of the Emerald City

What makes Seattle the number one location outside of California for former Aggies? Many Californians who have never visited Seattle may think of it as a dark, rainy…

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Alternative access to on-demand employment
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Alternative access to on-demand employment

Digital workplace offers flexible jobs, but presents safety concerns The second time Akram Al-Saber ever drove with Uber, his passenger broke into uncontrollable sobs. Al-Saber, trying to play…

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UC Davis Coffee Center developing research, curriculum
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UC Davis Coffee Center developing research, curriculum

Interdisciplinary approach, global awareness could make UC Davis number one in coffee science The average UC Davis student has likely had at least one experience of a peer…

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Video Games Provide Opportunity for Varied Research
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Video Games Provide Opportunity for Varied Research

Professors in different departments work to explore games from new angles By their nature, video games mean different things to different people. To some, they’re simply toys; to…

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What to expect from different living locations in Davis
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What to expect from different living locations in Davis

The tradeoffs of Davis housing spots When it comes to housing, people find themselves worrying most about rent and who to room with, but it is also worth…

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Environmental Justice comes into focus
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Environmental Justice comes into focus

UC Davis on path to create environmental justice minor The Civil Rights Movement was undoubtedly one of the most important movements of the 20th century. It was, however,…

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Mobile ordering app aids impacted campus services
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Mobile ordering app aids impacted campus services

Should excellent customer service be sacrificed to accommodate hectic schedules? The best solutions to systemic problems are often multilateral. Tapingo, the mobile ordering app recently introduced at the…

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Women In STEM: Breaking Barriers with Bravery
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Women In STEM: Breaking Barriers with Bravery

Women in STEM create nurturing environments, student org support UC Davis was ranked number one for launching women into science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers and has proven…

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Aggies of the Past
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Aggies of the Past

A look at The California Aggie 40 years ago, alumni experiences in a different world 40 years is a huge gap in time with lots of room for…

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