Aggie Racks ReCYCLE project offers opportunity for designers and adds character
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Aggie Racks ReCYCLE project offers opportunity for designers and adds character

Freshly decorated news racks echo traditions of Davis with eco-friendly art When an employee of The California Aggie enthusiastically offers you a copy of the latest paper, take…

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Hydroflasks, expensive water bottles become college necessity
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Hydroflasks, expensive water bottles become college necessity

Why students feel costly canteens are all the rage Spending $30 on a meal is seen as an extravagant purchase, spending $30 on a T-shirt is ridiculous for…

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Future of UC Davis set into motion as acceptances, waitlists, rejections sent out
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Future of UC Davis set into motion as acceptances, waitlists, rejections sent out

Undergraduate Admissions released freshman decisions on March 8 Located across from the Mondavi Center, the Welcome Center, home to Undergraduate Admissions, is on the outskirts of the central…

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Can’t touch this: Avoiding illness at university
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Can’t touch this: Avoiding illness at university

Students discuss the preventive measures they take to avoid getting sick Gesundheit! Being sick is never fun, and the prevalence of sickness during the winter, accompanied by gloomy…

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Battle of the burgers
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Battle of the burgers

Cool Cuisine Burger Battle offers competition for plant-based burger artisans This year, March is all about being green: not just for St. Patrick’s Day, but for the Cool…

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9 fun, engaging GE classes to take this spring
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9 fun, engaging GE classes to take this spring

A concise list of potential general education courses to take next quarter For many Aggies, Winter Quarter can be a rough one, both mentally and academically. With Pass…

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Social media’s affect on students
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Social media’s affect on students

How students can change the way they use social media, how they are currently affected by it Decades ago, the move to college came with tears and uncertainty…

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The unique and engaging experiences of first-year seminars
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The unique and engaging experiences of first-year seminars

Program offers professors, students the chance to delve into topics that spark passion Stand-up comedy. Figs. Honeybees. Zombies. All of these are at the top of syllabi for…

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A night of performance, togetherness and bonding to support organizations like Empower Yolo
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A night of performance, togetherness and bonding to support organizations like Empower Yolo

Prytanean Benefit Ball: an event to support the campus and community The Prytanean Women’s Honor Society is hosting its annual Benefit Ball on Mar.10, 2019, from 6 p.m.…

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Dinosaur class makes a roar as popular GE option
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Dinosaur class makes a roar as popular GE option

Many non-STEM major students choose to take GEL 012 as a GE for science and engineering credit Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor, Iguanodon, Brachiosaurus, Allosaurus, Stegosaurus — all names of…

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The art of pass times and playing your cards right
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The art of pass times and playing your cards right

Students discuss their thoughts on pass times It’s week eight of Winter Quarter. Your pass time is at 6:30 a.m., and two days before this brief appointment there…

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Students flock to the Pavilion in hopes of jobs, internships
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Students flock to the Pavilion in hopes of jobs, internships

The Internship and Career Center hosts its quarterly fair Hundreds of students packed into the ARC Pavilion on Wednesday, Feb. 27 to attend the Internship and Career Center’s…

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Skateboarders soar smoothly across campus
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Skateboarders soar smoothly across campus

Instead of choosing the more classic commuting choice of biking, certain students decide to skateboard to class Davis, widely recognized as the bicycle capital of the United States,…

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History of North and South Halls
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History of North and South Halls

An inside look at two of the oldest buildings on campus Before UC Davis was the campus we know, it was UC Berkeley’s research farm. UC Berkeley’s University…

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Student survival guide: Karen Bretz
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Student survival guide: Karen Bretz

From eagerly anticipating graduation to finding pride in extended education When most students are in the midst of their fourth year in college, it usually signifies the closing…

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