In light of impeachment trials, students and professors discuss media literacy
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In light of impeachment trials, students and professors discuss media literacy

Fake news or legitimate information? Many UC Davis students are able to make the distinction Impeachment has been a hot topic of conversation over the past few months.…

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An NYT columnist argued the humanities are in crisis, but UC Davis professors disagree
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An NYT columnist argued the humanities are in crisis, but UC Davis professors disagree

Academic apocalypse: in theory vs. reality The study of English, and even the broader humanities, are coming under a crisis of apocalyptic scale — at least that’s the…

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Creating community within the Domes
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Creating community within the Domes

Student input on how this co-op serves as an oasis for personal connection The Domes — a living-learning cooperative community on the Northwest edge of campus— are comprised…

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“That’s so Davis”: the course that revolves around milking cows at the break of dawn
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“That’s so Davis”: the course that revolves around milking cows at the break of dawn

ANS 49C gives students the opportunity to apply their knowledge to hands-on work with dairy cattle  While the majority of students are likely sleeping soundly in their beds…

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Black Aggies celebrate 10th Annual Black Convocation Brunch
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Black Aggies celebrate 10th Annual Black Convocation Brunch

UC Davis’ members of the African diaspora gathered to celebrate their achievements, black excellence Last Saturday, UC Davis’ community of black students, faculty and staff gathered in the…

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UC Davis Mental Health Conference focuses on awareness and reducing stigma
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UC Davis Mental Health Conference focuses on awareness and reducing stigma

The fourth annual conference hosted presentations by experts and students in a broad spectrum of fields Students and Davis community members alike gathered to the UC Davis Conference…

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Founders of Davis Farmers Market tell their story
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Founders of Davis Farmers Market tell their story

From Bolani to Upper Crust Baking to Good Humus and back: how a small co-op turned into one of Davis’ biggest attractions Being a UC Davis student often…

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Aggie Profile: Dr. Robert Flannery, UC Davis alumnus and Ph.D. of Pot
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Aggie Profile: Dr. Robert Flannery, UC Davis alumnus and Ph.D. of Pot

CEO of Dr. Robb Farms discusses cutting-edge cannabis research, starting his own farm, destigmatization Dr. Robert Flannery, The First Ph.D. Of Pot™ — a title he has personally…

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Aggie Profile: Treehouse Vintage founder Kenny Gagni
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Aggie Profile: Treehouse Vintage founder Kenny Gagni

Gagni talks shopping vintage, owning his own shop, shifts in modern fashion The corners of 2nd and D St. in Downtown Davis boast a few restaurants, salons and…

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UC Davis Police Department’s 2020 resolutions include greater focus on mental health
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UC Davis Police Department’s 2020 resolutions include greater focus on mental health

Police Chief Joseph Farrow discusses goals for the year UC Davis Police Chief Joseph (Joe) Farrow and the police department have made a few serious resolutions for the…

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Food Recovery Network at UC Davis reduces waste, helps community
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Food Recovery Network at UC Davis reduces waste, helps community

Student-led UC Davis chapter recovers food waste on campus to help increase food security According to a 2019 Food and Agriculture organization study, almost a third, or 1.3…

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Here’s how five UC Davis students are fighting climate change through daily actions
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Here’s how five UC Davis students are fighting climate change through daily actions

Amid climate crisis, UC Davis students do their part to lessen their ecological footprints In an article published by the Wall Street Journal from Jan. 15, 2020, scientists…

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This year’s Campus Community Book Project focuses on gun violence in US
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This year’s Campus Community Book Project focuses on gun violence in US

On-campus panel on Jan. 30 will feature speakers from Brady United Against Gun Violence From natural disasters and global warming to mass violence, students today find themselves increasingly…

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Research opportunities offer undergraduate students invaluable experiences
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Research opportunities offer undergraduate students invaluable experiences

Despite obstacles in application process, researchers see benefits that reach beyond the classroom UC Davis is widely renowned as one of the top public research institutions in the…

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Rally held to honor Natalie Corona’s life on the one-year anniversary of her death
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Rally held to honor Natalie Corona’s life on the one-year anniversary of her death

Gathering brings up current social issues, including Blue Lives Matter movement, impact of social media, more The Davis community was rocked by a terrible tragedy last year, on…

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