Daily Calendar
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FRIDAY Friends of the Davis Public Library book sale Noon to 7 p.m. Davis Public Library, 314 East 14th St. Books will be sold for between 25 cents…

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Science Scene
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Science Scene

High consumption of fish in Japanese diet may prevent clogged arteries Traditional seafood-rich Japanese diets may be the key to reducing risk of heart disease, according to Dr.…

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Editor’s Note
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Editor’s Note

To our readers: The California Aggie has traditionally printed twice a week over the summer months, on Monday and Thursday. That tradition has continued this summer. Due to…

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10 Questions with…
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10 Questions with…

Editor's note: This week for 10 questions The California Aggie grilled UC Davis professor Elizabeth Applegate about what it's like to be a nutritionist. Dr. Applegate has a…

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10 questions with…
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10 questions with…

Editor's note: For this edition of 10 questions, The California Aggie spoke with Matt Rexroad, a Yolo County supervisor who lives in Woodland. Prior to his current position,…

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Daily Calendar
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TODAY Climate Action Team meeting 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Clubroom, Veterans Memorial Center, 203 E. 14th St. The City of Davis Climate Action Team will have a discussion…

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The Gerardos graduate veterinary school
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The Gerardos graduate veterinary school

Most students have had this nightmare before — they are sitting in class, talking to their friends and all of a sudden, their mother walks into the classroom.

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10 Questions
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10 Questions

Editor's note: For this week's 10 questions, The California Aggie spoke with Davis regional librarian Jay Johnstone, who oversees the Mary L. Stephens public library in Davis.  

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UC Davis Professor Emeritus John M. Tucker dies
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UC Davis Professor Emeritus John M. Tucker dies

John Maurice Tucker, a UC Davis professor emeritus of botany and world-renowned oak specialist and plant expert, died July 5 from a stroke. He was 92.

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A new, green direction for low-income housing
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A new, green direction for low-income housing

Amy Barr is still in shock. She and four other students from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management were recently awarded top honors in the Bank of…

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WEDNESDAY Davis Farmers Market 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Central Park Buy local produce and more at the farmers market. For more information, visit davisfarmersmarket.org.  

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UCTV offers free programming from all UC campuses
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UCTV offers free programming from all UC campuses

Have you ever wondered what kinds of research and activities take place on the different University of California campuses? The University of California Television gives students and the…

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10 Questions with…
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10 Questions with…

Editor's note: In order to shed some light on its day to day operations, The Aggie talked to its own Jon Gold this week. The managing editor is…

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Fact or fiction: Debate continues over cell phones’ impact on brain cancer
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Fact or fiction: Debate continues over cell phones’ impact on brain cancer

Talking on your cell phone frequently could produce an expensive phone bill - but could it also give you cancer? For now, the answer is no. There have…

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Decline of the honeybee causes worry
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Decline of the honeybee causes worry

Honeybees do more than sting you. Without them, you wouldn't get to eat your favorite fruits, nuts and ice cream flavors. And due to a recent mysterious decline…

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