Teaching assistant: The first step to a larger profession
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Teaching assistant: The first step to a larger profession

Campus TAs weigh in on the value of their experiences The teaching assistant (TA) in a classroom can play a large role in student success. These individuals are…

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The creators of Creator Crew
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The creators of Creator Crew

Board members of Creator Crew talk about their new club Students use YouTube for a variety of reasons: listening to specific songs they’re in the mood for, watching…

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The path to law school
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The path to law school

How to navigate the pre-law journey   Virtually all pre-law students can attest to the fact that preparing for law school can be a strenuous and stress-inducing process.…

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Happy Birthday Harry!
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Happy Birthday Harry!

An exhibit in Shields Library celebrates the 21st anniversary of the first Harry Potter book UC Davis students have been invited to the Harry Potter exhibit at Shields…

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Student employment and the beginnings of an established career
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Student employment and the beginnings of an established career

How employment on campus can impact the trajectory of a student’s future Many students first job experiences come during college. While classes and extracurricular activities often occupy a…

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Student-parent relationships in college
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Student-parent relationships in college

Students discuss their relationships with their parents While moving away from college means meeting new people and cultivating new friendships and relationships, it may also mean an increasing…

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How students get organized
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How students get organized

Students talk about how they stay organized during their college life College students have a number of obligations to keep track of, and students have various ways of…

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Students sleep, work with sheep, cows, swine, horses
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Students sleep, work with sheep, cows, swine, horses

Students work at different animal barns on campus in exchange for free living at the facility Instead of being residential advisors for freshmen at dorms on campus, some…

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UC Davis to offer first-ever ASL course
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UC Davis to offer first-ever ASL course

Students and faculty members fight to bring ASL course to campus The UC Davis Department of Linguistics will offer an American Sign Language (ASL) course for the first…

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Is UC Davis still a safe school for students?
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Is UC Davis still a safe school for students?

Students reflect on campus safety after recent crime increase Many parents send their children to UC Davis with the expectation that it is a safe and nurturing college…

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The freshman transition: From pond to lake
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The freshman transition: From pond to lake

How freshmen find their footing at this point in the quarter For many freshmen, making the transition from high school to college is a big step forward. Some are first-generation…

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Social life in college — How important it is, how to maintain one
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Social life in college — How important it is, how to maintain one

Students talk about what friendships mean to them, how they balance social lives with academic life Getting a degree might be the reason that students go through the…

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Snacking for free
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Snacking for free

A comprehensive list on where to find free food on campus Ah, food. Some love to eat it, but hate paying for it. For many students living on…

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Prytanean Women’s Honor Society: Building a path to success
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Prytanean Women’s Honor Society: Building a path to success

An inside look into how Davis is empowering women Prytanean Women’s Honor Society has been the catalyst of change for many years and continues the tradition of giving…

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First year students fill up on food, battle ‘Freshman 15’
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First year students fill up on food, battle ‘Freshman 15’

After living the all-you-can-eat lifestyle at the dining commons, some freshman experience the weight gain consequences. It’s 11p.m., time for “Late Night.” You have finally finished all of…

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