Fun and education at the Arboretum
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Fun and education at the Arboretum

The Arboretum Ambassadors organize engaging, educational public events for the Davis community. The UC Davis Arboretum is well-known for its breathtaking natural scenery and peaceful environment, and is…

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Immersed in a virtual world
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Immersed in a virtual world

The KeckCAVES at UC Davis develop virtual reality system for scientific research. From the Samsung Gear VR to the Oculus Rift, virtual reality (VR) has become a trending…

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The most underrated UC Davis resources
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The most underrated UC Davis resources

Five assets that will help you achieve success in college. The Teaching Kitchen The Teaching Kitchen, located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, offers various cooking classes…

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HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good
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HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

UC Davis’ first-ever major hacking event. UC Davis students, along with hackers from UCLA and Sacramento State, competed in a 24-hour programming event called HackDavis, using their coding…

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Advice to future Aggies
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Advice to future Aggies

Students discuss what they would tell incoming students about college life. If you could tell high schoolers one thing about college, what would it be?   Brandon Nguyen,…

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The best hidden study spots
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The best hidden study spots

The six best on-campus study spots you didn’t know existed As finals week approaches, it becomes increasingly harder to snag a spot at the typical study spots, such…

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A global tea party
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A global tea party

UC Davis establishes The Global Tea Initiative On May 12, UC Davis hosted the first of three international colloquiums to kick off the Global Tea Initiative, which will…

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A legen-dairy bucket list
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A legen-dairy bucket list

Six things to do before Spring Quarter kicks the bucket. Bucket lists are for people who have time — not only to complete them but also to first…

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Just Davis-y things
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Just Davis-y things

Students discuss UC Davis-specific phenomena Like most college campuses, there are some trends at UC Davis that are truly unique to Davis students. From petting the cows to…

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Student voices of TEDxUCDavis
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Student voices of TEDxUCDavis

TEDx student speakers on the their time in the limelight Every spring, thousands of guests fill up the Mondavi Center to witness performers and speakers step onto the…

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A history of controversy: Ralph J. Hexter
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A history of controversy: Ralph J. Hexter

Exploring the reasons behind acting Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter’s resignation from former position at Hampshire College in 2010. Amid accusations as serious as embezzlement and protests of unsatisfied…

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Walks with Warren
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Walks with Warren

Learn more about the the UC Davis Arboretum by taking a tour with the Superintendent Emeritus. Want to learn more about the UC Davis Arboretum? There’s no better…

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ASUCD Special Elections begin this week
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ASUCD Special Elections begin this week

ASUCD Special Elections allows students to vote on legislative referendums. ASUCD Special Elections start on Tuesday, May 10 at midnight and end Thursday, May 12 at midnight, with…

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UC Davis hosts 2016 Textbook Affordability Conference
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UC Davis hosts 2016 Textbook Affordability Conference

The textbook industry has long served as a monopolistic player in the costs of attending a university. However, as technology advances, so has the ability to develop more…

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Students versus teaching assistants: not always a competition
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Students versus teaching assistants: not always a competition

Students take steps toward trusting their teaching assistants. At a public research university such as UC Davis, it is not uncommon for students to depend heavily on the…

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