UC Davis Craft Center gets creative in pandemic
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UC Davis Craft Center gets creative in pandemic

Employees of the Craft Center share their experiences crafting online The UC Davis Craft Center, a part of Campus Recreation, welcomes students and  community members who have an…

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As restrictions begin to be lifted, summer travel becomes more possible
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As restrictions begin to be lifted, summer travel becomes more possible

Employees of the travel industry discuss the greater possibility of summer travel In anticipation of widespread vaccine eligibility and the lifting of most COVID-19 restrictions on June 15,…

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UC Davis photographers share the challenges and significance of documenting moments during the pandemic
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UC Davis photographers share the challenges and significance of documenting moments during the pandemic

Photographers discuss their pandemic-inspired projects and how their creative influences have evolved With changing environments due to the pandemic, three local photographers noted that their projects and key…

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Making commencement memorable during the pandemic
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Making commencement memorable during the pandemic

2020 graduates share how they made their commencement special despite COVID-19 restrictions On April 16, Chancellor Gary May announced that 2021 graduates will have the option to participate…

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Professors discuss global vaccine inequity and its potential consequences
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Professors discuss global vaccine inequity and its potential consequences

With growing vaccination rates in the U.S., two professors share their thoughts on the consequences of the inequitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines While vaccination rollout in the U.S.…

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Students reflect on safe activities from Picnic Day 2021
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Students reflect on safe activities from Picnic Day 2021

A second Picnic Day spent in the pandemic comes to a close Picnic Day, a yearly UC Davis event, took a different course this year and last due…

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Alumna helped innovate the recently flown Mars helicopter, Ingenuity
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Alumna helped innovate the recently flown Mars helicopter, Ingenuity

Sara Langberg, a UC Davis 2016 graduate, details her experience in bringing Ingenuity to life and how her studies at UC Davis led to her work with NASA…

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A day in the life of an Aggie Public Health Ambassador
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A day in the life of an Aggie Public Health Ambassador

UC Davis 2021 graduate Lauren Alimento shares her experience working as a campus public health ambassador Since September 2020, anyone walking across UC Davis campus or visiting downtown…

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UC Davis begins welcoming students back into classrooms
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UC Davis begins welcoming students back into classrooms

Three students share their experiences with in-person classes during the COVID-19 pandemic While UC Davis plans to resume in-person classes in the fall, a few courses have been…

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Staying in tune online: Davis music groups reflect on functioning virtually for a year
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Staying in tune online: Davis music groups reflect on functioning virtually for a year

A cappella and chorus groups at UC Davis share their experiences singing together this year As a school year of Zoom meetings and online hangouts comes to a…

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How quarantine has impacted students’ body image
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How quarantine has impacted students’ body image

Two Student Health and Counseling Services counselors weigh in on quarantine’s effect on students’ perception of their bodies Disclaimer: This article discusses eating disorders, a topic that may…

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COVID-19 derails the future of teaching as students and teachers become less inclined to pursue the profession
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COVID-19 derails the future of teaching as students and teachers become less inclined to pursue the profession

Due to the pandemic, fewer students are majoring in education and more teachers are quitting their jobs as a result of increasing constraints and pressure placed on teachers…

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New human biology major to be offered starting fall 2021
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New human biology major to be offered starting fall 2021

Professors Aldrin Gomes and Ken Kaplan give insight into the major’s unique opportunities and subject matter The new human biology major is currently only open by lottery to…

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Thrifting and vintage shopping during COVID-19
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Thrifting and vintage shopping during COVID-19

From antique fairs, vintage markets and flea markets, three organizations describe their practices during the pandemic By FARRAH BALLOU — features@aggie.org With 80s, 90s and early 2000s fashion…

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Transfer Class of 2022: From community college to Zoom university
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Transfer Class of 2022: From community college to Zoom university

Students share their experiences transferring to UC Davis during the COVID-19 pandemic   BY NORA FARAHDEL — features@theaggie.org After spending two years at community college, a new transfer class…

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