New Year, New Me: Students discuss new year’s resolutions
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New Year, New Me: Students discuss new year’s resolutions

Students share why they make or don’t make resolutions at the start of a new year The time leading up to each new year comes with an onslaught…

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How to keep your smile during Winter Quarter
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How to keep your smile during Winter Quarter

Ideas for remaining active and having fun during the often discouraging quarter With now-rested Aggies returning to Davis after a three-week holiday break, winter quarter is about to…

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Maximizing Memes: Discussing UC Davis Memes for Egghead Teens
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Maximizing Memes: Discussing UC Davis Memes for Egghead Teens

Students comment on privacy settings and more regarding the UC Davis meme page Home to cows, turkeys, squirrels, bikes, late buses and meme-filled individuals, UC Davis has a…

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Best Buddies Club builds bonds between students and people with disabilities
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Best Buddies Club builds bonds between students and people with disabilities

UC Davis Best Buddies chapter pairs students with individuals in Yolo County that have intellectual or developmental disabilities, creating new friendships A friend with whom one may not…

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The Artist: Pete Scully discusses urban sketching
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The Artist: Pete Scully discusses urban sketching

Pete Scully talks about his life as an artist Ever since urban sketch artist Pete Scully was able to pick up a pen in his self-proclaimed “funny way,”…

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Flying high: A student’s lifelong passion for planes expanded in the classroom
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Flying high: A student’s lifelong passion for planes expanded in the classroom

Muhannad Mohammad finds passion for flight in and out of the classroom While most students find themselves in their dorm rooms or apartments enjoying video games or other…

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The elephant in the room
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The elephant in the room

Republican students struggle to find their voice at UC Davis The UC Davis community is known for its sense of tolerance and inclusivity. With many programs, majors and…

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Ribbons on trees tie in issues around campus
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Ribbons on trees tie in issues around campus

Organizations around campus hang colorful ribbons on trees around the Quad to raise awareness about issues and causes facing the community. A big, perfect bow tied on a…

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Student representation in administration
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Student representation in administration

Student advisors to the chancellor highlight the importance of voicing concerns in shaping the UC Davis campus and community Administrative decisions made on campus for students traditionally aren’t…

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There’s no place like Davis for the holidays
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There’s no place like Davis for the holidays

Students talk about what it’s like to remain in town during the holidays The end of the year is here, which means it’s time for school break and…

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Immersing oneself in a world of artistic possibilities
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Immersing oneself in a world of artistic possibilities

Why students choose careers in the arts Art takes many forms and can be interpreted in many different ways, whether it be through painting or drawing, music, film,…

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Anxiety and students: How it manifests in different forms
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Anxiety and students: How it manifests in different forms

Students reflect on the difference between anxiety and anxiousness, how to care for themselves Anxiety is real. It comes in many different forms. It’s there, hidden beneath. But,…

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Co-Ops: The communities within our community
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Co-Ops: The communities within our community

Students find a sense of community in cooperative living Campus culture often encourages students to focus on themselves — to better improve their personal situations and therefore, be…

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Is it love at first swipe?
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Is it love at first swipe?

Davis students and faculty comment on the use of Tinder in college Back in August, the popular dating application, Tinder, created a new feature that made it easier…

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The Aggie Reuse Store: an on-campus store to meet your thrift shopping needs
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The Aggie Reuse Store: an on-campus store to meet your thrift shopping needs

A conversation with the director and store manager at the Aggie Reuse Store The Aggie Reuse Store can go unnoticed if you frequent the Memorial Union but seldom…

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