UCD researchers study ways to diminish impact of invasive pest
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UCD researchers study ways to diminish impact of invasive pest

The male Japanese beetle doesn't look for a pretty face when trying to choose a mate. Instead, the invasive pest sniffs for a female's sex pheromone, a chemical…

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Daily Calendar
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Daily Calendar

TUESDAY Tcheka concert 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The Quad SummerMusic 2008, a free concert series put on by the Mondavi Center, will kick off Tcheka's blend of world…

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UC adviser encourages Victory Garden’s return
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UC adviser encourages Victory Garden’s return

With fuel and food prices on the rise, University of California cooperative extension adviser and historian Rose Hayden-Smith recommends a home-grown solution - the Victory Garden. Although the…

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10 Questions
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10 Questions

Editor's note: Donald Dudley is a graduate of the UC Davis School of Law and has worked at Student Judicial Affairs for over a decade. The Aggie sat…

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UC Davis hosts summer camps
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UC Davis hosts summer camps

Don't be surprised - little munchkins dressed in green are taking over the UC Davis campus, at least for the summer. At the Activities and Recreation Center, kids…

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Gender imbalance remains in engineering field
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Gender imbalance remains in engineering field

In 2007, only 18.1 percent of students in the United States who received a bachelor's degree in engineering were female. Surprised by the disproportionate number of males and…

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Daily Calendar
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Daily Calendar

WEDNESDAY Arboretum tour: walk with Warren Noon to 1 p.m. Arboretum Gazebo on Garrod Drive Arboretum Superintendent Warren Roberts will offer a tour of the arboretum and offer…

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Dining in Davis: Davis Sushi Buffet Japanese Restaurant
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Dining in Davis: Davis Sushi Buffet Japanese Restaurant

The neon lights flickering the words SUSHI BUFFET stopped me in my tracks. I passed it by on a hazy night of bar-hopping. Could this be? Could Davis…

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Dining in Davis: Farmer’s Kitchen Café
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Dining in Davis: Farmer’s Kitchen Café

f you have terrible eating habits like me, coming up with excuses to eat junk is an all-too-easy task. Some justifications I always fall back on include class,…

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10 questions with…
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10 questions with…

  Editor's note: For this edition of 10 questions, The Aggie interviewed Davis City Councilmember Don Saylor. Councilmember Saylor was recently elected to his second term on the…

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More than just fireworks
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More than just fireworks

Why not join the city of Davis in celebrating the independence of our nation with pancakes, parades and parachutes? Davis is offering a plethora of activities that everyone…

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Call of the wild
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Call of the wild

Vocal repertoires, song notation, sound recordings and acoustic signals. From the sound of his academic vocabulary, one could easily mistake Peter Marler for a professor of music. While…

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To Mount Everest and back
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To Mount Everest and back

Battling frostbite, exhaustion and a frozen oxygen mask, UC Davis senior Tanner Bixler relentlessly made his way to the summit of Mount Everest on May 24. Climbing the…

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Daily Calendar
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Daily Calendar

WEDNESDAY Davis Farmers Market 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Central Park At this week's Picnic in the Park event, the free concert will feature Lisa Phoenix and Steve Wall…

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UC Davis graduate receives Fulbright Grant
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UC Davis graduate receives Fulbright Grant

Laura Dickson, a UC Davis 2008 alumna and a Fulbright Grant recipient, is going to Kenya in August to study the possible correlation of infection of the AIDS…

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