“The cost of living is too damn high!” Petition circulators outside Shields Library tell their story
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“The cost of living is too damn high!” Petition circulators outside Shields Library tell their story

Circulators encourage students to get involved in politics “It pertains to everything,” explained Mark Thomas, a 51-year-old petition circulator, about the sign hanging on his table. “Everything is…

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UC Davis Honey and Pollination Center contributes to campus research, educates students
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UC Davis Honey and Pollination Center contributes to campus research, educates students

Center focuses on outreach with bee industry professionals through cross-disciplinary work With the recent uptick in awareness of the “save the bees” message, the topic of bees and…

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New year, new yoga
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New year, new yoga

A New Year’s resolution that can be achieved without leaving the house As January reaches its halfway point, students may still be looking to start the decade with…

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Free Fitness Days offered at ARC for first two weeks of quarter
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Free Fitness Days offered at ARC for first two weeks of quarter

Program allows students to try classes before purchasing a group exercise pass   The Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) has offered Free Fitness Days as a rebranding of Try…

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Profile: Bike Barn General Manager Jack Rogers
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Profile: Bike Barn General Manager Jack Rogers

Rogers, a UC Davis undergraduate, explains how the shop is run by students, for students Since 1966, Davis has been deemed the “Bike Capital of the U.S.,” a…

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Food Truck Feature: Shah’s Halal
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Food Truck Feature: Shah’s Halal

Owner of Shah’s Halal Food Truck, fans of the food discuss its success  Outside the Mondavi Center, on the Quad and clustered at the Silo, food trucks are…

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Pros and cons of 2020 resolutions: chancellor and students discuss
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Pros and cons of 2020 resolutions: chancellor and students discuss

Some may see their resolutions through, while others watch resolutions fizzle out by February Inevitably, an abundance of resolutions are made at the start of each new year…

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Student-athletes train with their teams over break during winter training
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Student-athletes train with their teams over break during winter training

Many of the dedicated student athletes were on campus training for their upcoming seasons UC Davis’ status as a Division I may be prestigious, but it doesn’t come…

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Burger Patch expands to Downtown Davis
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Burger Patch expands to Downtown Davis

New burger restaurant makes additional plant-based alternatives accessible to Davis community In an era of increasingly popular health fads coupled with the growing importance of environmental awareness, veganism…

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Applications for Fall 2020 study abroad programs opening this month
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Applications for Fall 2020 study abroad programs opening this month

Students, advisors recommend starting early, seeking help via advising centers A significant amount of planning is required for studying abroad, and given that enrollment for faculty-led and immersion…

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50 faces of Fall Quarter
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50 faces of Fall Quarter

Here’s what students had to say about their love for the community and experience at UC Davis Written by: Anjini Venugopal and Claire Dodd— features@theaggie.org

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Initiative to build research campus gains support throughout Davis
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Initiative to build research campus gains support throughout Davis

Students, professionals working to pass the measure R vote for Aggie Research Campus Among the thousands of universities across the country, UC Davis is part of an elite…

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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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