Understanding both sides: What to know before voting on Measure B
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Understanding both sides: What to know before voting on Measure B

Davis students and activists discuss how the measure may help or harm the city Everyone registered to vote in Davis for the Nov. 3 elections will see Measure…

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Study abroad and off-campus programs adapt to function virtually
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Study abroad and off-campus programs adapt to function virtually

Programs continue to offer students opportunities and growth through remote platforms While a majority of students spend the entirety of their college careers in Davis, many choose to…

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Class of 2024 adjusts to college amidst pandemic
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Class of 2024 adjusts to college amidst pandemic

 UC Davis freshman share experiences meeting new people and starting college remotely Every year, the freshman class arrives on the UC Davis campus ready to take on an…

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City official, local employees provide insight into the state of small businesses
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City official, local employees provide insight into the state of small businesses

Davis council members, business owners and employees discuss current state of small businesses and the help the city is offering  Due to decreased student patronage of small businesses…

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Engineers Without Borders’ Bolivia project adjusts to remote work
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Engineers Without Borders’ Bolivia project adjusts to remote work

How the team plans to continue their construction from a distance The coronavirus pandemic has forced much of our lives to be reimagined digitally, and in addition to…

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From the FSM to COLA: A history of labor organization at the UCs
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From the FSM to COLA: A history of labor organization at the UCs

Former union organizers recall their experiences representing UC employees Holding signs reading “pay us enough to live here” and “COLA 4 all,” graduate students began participating in strikes…

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Shop Sustainably: upcycling by UC Davis student
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Shop Sustainably: upcycling by UC Davis student

Priyanka Shreedar shares how she began a successful green business during quarantine. The California Aggie spoke to Priyanka Shreedar as part of our Shop Sustainably series, which highlights…

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A look into UC Davis policing reform: what is the role of campus law enforcement?
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A look into UC Davis policing reform: what is the role of campus law enforcement?

Police chief, ASUCD chairperson, sociology professors discuss campus policing and the UC Davis Police Department Characterized by protests and civil unrest, the 1960s was a period not unlike…

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What’s your quarantine jam?
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What’s your quarantine jam?

Tunes that sum up our current experience, bringing comfort back into our lives There are multiple ways people are finding solace in this uncertain time, and one of…

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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue
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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue

Lack of non-verbal cues, physical tiredness contribute to the phenomenon Without actually seeing people in person, many people have taken to extensive communication over video through services such…

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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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