Alexandria Villaseñor: Davis’ climate change activist
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Alexandria Villaseñor: Davis’ climate change activist

How the 2018 Camp Fire inspired a 14-year-old Davis local to lead US Youth Climate Strike Over the past year, a global youth climate movement has taken off,…

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UC Davis has accumulated $1.2 billion in deferred maintenance
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UC Davis has accumulated $1.2 billion in deferred maintenance

Upcoming 2020 GO bond would allow campus, UC system to update, improve facilities In the year 2018, UC Davis had accumulated over $1 billion in deferred maintenance investments.…

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Mercury in retrograde: What does it mean?
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Mercury in retrograde: What does it mean?

Ran into an ex and the TV won’t turn on? Here’s why. If November 2019 was particularly chaotic or stressful for students, or if students experienced interruptions in…

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Picture-perfect? Studying abroad holds more challenges than simply getting the perfect Instagram picture
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Picture-perfect? Studying abroad holds more challenges than simply getting the perfect Instagram picture

Students evaluate beauty, hardship of studying in a different country As many students are just now returning home from their Fall Quarters abroad, other students interested in potentially…

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Despite accidents, Unitrans has rigorous training, safety protocol
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Despite accidents, Unitrans has rigorous training, safety protocol

The transportation service requires 50 hours more than bus industry’s requirement of 80-100 hours of driver training On Nov. 8, 2019 around 7:30 p.m.,  a Unitrans bus stopped…

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One year ago: remembering the Camp Fire
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One year ago: remembering the Camp Fire

This time last year, the Butte County fire had a campus-wide impact, costing some UC Davis students their homes At this time last year, many Northern Californians experienced…

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Why are hateful messages allowed on campus? Campus community members weigh in.
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Why are hateful messages allowed on campus? Campus community members weigh in.

UC Davis’s Principles of Community called into question when religious protesters mobilize on campus On campus, it is not unusual to see individuals wielding signs that perpetuate hateful…

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Profile: LeShelle May
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Profile: LeShelle May

Distinguished software engineer and wife of UC Davis Chancellor shares her views on women in the workplace, protests on campus, Davis community LeShelle May sits on the fifth…

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When academic advisors offer students the wrong advice, students suffer the consequences
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When academic advisors offer students the wrong advice, students suffer the consequences

A student’s worst nightmare As the second round of pass times are upon students, many are eagerly attempting to fill the last time slots available to schedule appointments…

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Davis4HK holds memorial after Hong Kong student dies in protest
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Davis4HK holds memorial after Hong Kong student dies in protest

Memorial held to honor the passing of Alex Chow earlier in November Over the past several months, Hong Kong has seen an inordinate amount of protest, begun in…

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UC Davis will not meet zero waste by 2020 goal
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UC Davis will not meet zero waste by 2020 goal

While the campus is not on track to meet its zero waste goal, it still plans on taking actions toward waste reduction, energy efficiency UC Davis is known…

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Students in Camp Kesem, which hosts camps for children who have parents with cancer, talk about the organization
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Students in Camp Kesem, which hosts camps for children who have parents with cancer, talk about the organization

The organization is in the process of finding new counselors passionate about the cause  Camp Kesem is a national nonprofit organization that holds week-long summer camps for children…

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West Village: Utopic living or living nightmare?
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West Village: Utopic living or living nightmare?

Students at West Village share conflicting experiences In the search for off-campus housing, renting an apartment at West Village is a popular option for students and other members…

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You name it: How International students adopt their Western names
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You name it: How International students adopt their Western names

International students change more than just their location once they reach US universities Many students born with a name more complex than the English-derived “Smith” or “Johnson” have…

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Students recount being affected by power outages, store closures
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Students recount being affected by power outages, store closures

Outages in Davis on Oct. 27 caused difficulty for students The PG&E outages in California on Oct. 27 caused disruption in students’ schedules and closed down stores including…

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