UC Davis Camp Kesem will continue serving community through online format
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UC Davis Camp Kesem will continue serving community through online format

Camp directors discuss transition to online camp this summer Usually located in the wooded Tahoe Foothills, UC Davis Camp Kesem, the Davis chapter of the national Camp Kesem…

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Aggies share summer plans amid COVID-19 pandemic
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Aggies share summer plans amid COVID-19 pandemic

A look into how three students are spending a summer like no other The sun is shining, the school year has come to an end and Bachelor in…

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Online activism: Club leaders discuss promoting climate justice while in quarantine
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Online activism: Club leaders discuss promoting climate justice while in quarantine

Environmental Club, Sunrise Davis continue activist work digitally Whether it be the Women’s March or a Climate Strike, most activism is characterized by people taking to the streets,…

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“Definitely not the 21st I would ever imagine” — celebrating a birthday in quarantine
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“Definitely not the 21st I would ever imagine” — celebrating a birthday in quarantine

A look at how students spent their 21st birthdays in quarantine Among the many special occasions that college students celebrate, a 21st birthday is among the most anticipated.…

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VR in Quarantine
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VR in Quarantine

Aggie Gaming officer and avid VR gamer talk about the experience of VR, what it offers during quarantine Appearing in many forms, virtual reality (VR) first emerged through…

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Students alter courses they planned to register for in light of uncertainty surrounding Fall Quarter
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Students alter courses they planned to register for in light of uncertainty surrounding Fall Quarter

Adjustments to schedule may change planned graduation date, other quarters’ schedules With no clear answer to the question of how instruction will look in the fall, many students…

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Excursions in and around Davis
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Excursions in and around Davis

Students discuss destinations they consider worth visiting Many students who are still in Davis have found themselves in a rut, drowsily shifting from the bed to the couch…

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Through the decades: snapshots of UC Davis life from the past 105 years of The Aggie
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Through the decades: snapshots of UC Davis life from the past 105 years of The Aggie

The California Aggie revisits its years reporting on life at Davis through the recently launched digital archives created with the UC Davis Library From writing about world wars…

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Birdstrike student improv team explores new comedy outlet with “Birdcast”
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Birdstrike student improv team explores new comedy outlet with “Birdcast”

Team shares its podcast creation journey, emphasizes importance of creating laughs during crisis The absence of campus life this quarter has led student organizations to find creative alternatives…

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UC Davis students work for Yolo County Food Bank to combat COVID-19-related food insecurity
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UC Davis students work for Yolo County Food Bank to combat COVID-19-related food insecurity

Graduate student Eliza Oldach drives food delivery trucks, fourth-year Lily Keene assists deliveries through GIS Amid the current crisis, food insecurity is an even greater issue for people…

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Inspiration in art: Three students are finding ways to be creative in quarantine
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Inspiration in art: Three students are finding ways to be creative in quarantine

Student artists use quarantine as “an opportunity” to dive into their passions  Maxine Aiello, Natalie Tate and Sally Ellberg are three UC Davis students that have found comfort…

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Mental Health Initiative celebrates fourth annual mental health awareness month with daily events
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Mental Health Initiative celebrates fourth annual mental health awareness month with daily events

MHI officials talk about organization’s mission, implications of hosting events online Every May, in celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month, the UC Davis Mental Health Initiative (MHI) hosts…

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Inspiration in art: Three students are finding ways to be creative in quarantine
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Inspiration in art: Three students are finding ways to be creative in quarantine

Student artists use quarantine as “an opportunity” to dive into their passions Maxine Aiello, Natalie Tate and Sally Ellberg are three UC Davis students that have found comfort…

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Online communication: Here’s how Aggies are staying in touch during the pandemic
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Online communication: Here’s how Aggies are staying in touch during the pandemic

A look into the different online platforms that students are using to keep in contact Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online platforms have largely taken the place of…

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UCD alumnus and musician Dave Nachmanoff discusses his new routine sans-live performances
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UCD alumnus and musician Dave Nachmanoff discusses his new routine sans-live performances

The meaning of live performance: Nachmanoff talks about how his career as a musician has been impacted, shares personal opinions on live-streaming UC Davis alumnus Dave Nachmanoff is…

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