Purr-fect campus pets: The Physics Cats
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Purr-fect campus pets: The Physics Cats

Stray cats taken in by physics staff bring comfort to students Around the northeast corner of the physics building, two stray cats can be seen playing a mischievous…

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The universal language of health
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The universal language of health

Students intern abroad, prepare for medical professions After driving through the desolate dirt roads of the Bolivian suburbs, third-year cell biology major Maddy Silverstein was welcomed by a…

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The History of UC Davis Chancellors
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The History of UC Davis Chancellors

Distinguished professors look back on six individuals who shaped the university The University of California (UC) Board of Regents unanimously voted on Feb. 21 to select Gary May,…

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Aggie Profiles: Camille Pannu
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Aggie Profiles: Camille Pannu

One woman’s fighting passion for environmental justice In late 2015, Camille Pannu received an unexpected phone call from an old acquaintance. It was Angela Harris, a professor of…

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Agents for change
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Agents for change

Students make a difference in community classrooms As part of an internship, Rebekah Roh, a fourth-year english major and Teach for America campus campaign coordinator, worked in a…

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Six ways to motivate yourself on a Monday morning
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Six ways to motivate yourself on a Monday morning

Wake up feeling refreshed No one likes Mondays. No one likes mornings. Put them together and you have a recipe for hatred, disdain and disgust. Unfortunately, we will…

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A weekend bike ride down Hutchinson Drive
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A weekend bike ride down Hutchinson Drive

Tractors, bee hives and medical research Extending west from the heart of campus toward the very outskirts of Davis, a bike ride down Hutchison Drive can take anyone…

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More than just a college town
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More than just a college town

City of Davis affected by expansion of UC Davis campus With UC Davis students making up over 30 percent of the city’s population, it is no wonder that…

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Wellman and Olson Halls: More alike than different
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Wellman and Olson Halls: More alike than different

The similarities between two bustling halls on campus One thing all students at UC Davis have in common is the amount of time they spend in two of…

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A UC Davis student’s guide to spring break
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A UC Davis student’s guide to spring break

Avid hikers, backpackers weigh in on best places to explore before Spring Quarter Abbo Nathan, a second-year sustainable environmental design major, wakes up one morning and tries to…

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Witnessing the country’s switch in administration
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Witnessing the country’s switch in administration

UCDC Washington Program students reflect on inauguration, working in D.C. This past quarter, Colin Giacomini, a fourth-year political science major, worked as a Middle East research intern at…

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Dietary accommodations discussed
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Dietary accommodations discussed

A variety of experiences on campus for students with food restrictions Stopping by the CoHo one evening, Arev Markarian scanned the menu for a vegan option. Markarian, a…

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What your post-midterm Yoloberry order says about you
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What your post-midterm Yoloberry order says about you

Frozen yogurt as both celebratory treat, comfort food On the quarter system, midterms roll around pretty much every week of your life. It’s only natural to hit up…

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Who stole my handlebars?: Bike horror stories
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Who stole my handlebars?: Bike horror stories

From stolen wheels to popping tires, Davis has seen it all It was nine o’clock in the morning when economics professor Gregory Clark left Peet’s Coffee in downtown…

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UC Davis then and now
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UC Davis then and now

Second generation student compares, contrasts parents’ college experiences to her own While most UC Davis alumni have a sense of Aggie pride, some students have a deeper connection…

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