Aggies in a cappella
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Aggies in a cappella

Overview of a cappella community at UC Davis It was roughly 9:30 p.m. one night her freshman year when Yanise Nevarez remembered that auditions for the one of…

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Changing career path late in the college career
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Changing career path late in the college career

UC Davis alumni reflect on degrees they regretted pursuing in college, decisions made in later years Throughout the first and second year of college, it’s not unlikely for…

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Adventure awaits
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Adventure awaits

Davis’ Outdoor Adventures offers students a thrilling new experience Northern California is home to many scenic natural landmarks to take advantage of throughout the rest of these sunny…

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Aggie Profiles: Daryl Lee
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Aggie Profiles: Daryl Lee

Former men’s tennis head coach discusses mentorship, sportsmanship Just beyond the glass windows of the education building stretched Sacramento State’s tennis courts, their muted greens and reds an…

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UC Davis professors on intervention
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UC Davis professors on intervention

U.S. missiles strike Syria On April 14, the United States dropped bombs on Syria in cooperation with France and the United Kingdom. While Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana W.…

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Finding a niche
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Finding a niche

Students look to cultural clubs, religious organizations for peer solidarity Throughout the years spent in college, individuals may find different groups that can eventually lead them to develop…

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Taking academic advantage of summer months
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Taking academic advantage of summer months

Students, administrators share summer session experiences As the academic year comes to an end, many students are on the lookout for job opportunities or volunteer positions that may…

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Yellow Light — Stop
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Yellow Light — Stop

Sexual Assault Awareness Month fights for prevention, creates discussion around consent. The UC Davis campus and a number of student organizations came together in April to raise awareness…

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Wong Fu Productions to make Davis appearance
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Wong Fu Productions to make Davis appearance

Asian-American media, film group breaking barriers in the industry The Asian American Association will be hosting its annual film festival this year from May 7-10. The three-day event…

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Introducing Aggie Compass
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Introducing Aggie Compass

Basic needs center in newly-expanded MU Aggie Compass, a UC Davis Basic Needs Center for students, will open later this spring in the east wing of the Memorial…

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A vision for 40 acres
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A vision for 40 acres

Students work to improve Davis land while preserving SLLC spaces The heart of west campus is home to over 40 acres of land belonging to the groups in…

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Students involved in Multiculturalism in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences share experiences
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Students involved in Multiculturalism in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences share experiences

Individuals of different backgrounds find aid in organization dedicated to minorities’ professional growth Multiculturalism in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences, also known as MANRRS at UC Davis,…

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10 endearing professor quirks
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10 endearing professor quirks

Idiosyncratic intellectuals Posting a way-too earnest Canvas profile image: Why is it always so zoomed in? Sometimes it’s a selfie, and not a subtle one at that. I…

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The most picturesque campus locations for graduation photos
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The most picturesque campus locations for graduation photos

Capturing the end of an era Ah Spring Quarter, it took you long enough to arrive! The Winter Quarter blues were rough, but we’ve all made it through…

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Expanding worldviews, one summer at a time
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Expanding worldviews, one summer at a time

A look at new study abroad programs, process of starting them Bhutan is said to be the happiest country in the world. Beginning this summer, students at UC…

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