Davis journeys come full circle
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Davis journeys come full circle

UC Davis students find jobs at university after graduation As graduation approaches, so does the question of what students are going to do when they leave UC Davis.…

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To Graduation and Beyond
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To Graduation and Beyond

The benefits of taking classes with friends As a biochemical engineering major, TJ Blackburn took ECM 1: The Design of Coffee, a class specifically designated for engineering students,…

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Reacting to inflammatory speech
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Reacting to inflammatory speech

Students, faculty discuss thoughts on effective responses to charged messages While at the Silo, Pete Srivarom overheard a group of people vocalizing inflammatory and discriminatory messages. One of…

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Aggie Profiles: Michael Valenzuela
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Aggie Profiles: Michael Valenzuela

From Los Angeles to Davis, from mentee to mentor Michael Valenzuela, an advisor at the UC Davis College of Letters and Science Dean’s Office, has an undying passion…

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Davis Pride: Responding to adversity in colorful stride
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Davis Pride: Responding to adversity in colorful stride

Month celebrates messages of strength, community, empathy For many in Davis’ LGBTQIA community, feelings of safety and acceptance can be hard to come by. This May, UC Davis’…

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Foster youth of UC Davis
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Foster youth of UC Davis

Highlighting the presence, importance of foster youth programs in college Walking down the hallways of her dorm two years ago, Ariella Grozbord, a third-year community and regional development…

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The culture of (re)application
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The culture of (re)application

Pre-health applications often require second attempts Every Aggie had to apply to gain a spot at UC Davis and thus knows that the application process can be emotionally…

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Class reunions: Reconnecting and reminiscing
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Class reunions: Reconnecting and reminiscing

Aggie alumni create new memories It has been a little over a week since Kelly Healy graduated from the UC Davis School of Law, and she is already…

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Stranded in Davis for a day
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Stranded in Davis for a day

Students share experiences of time spent in between leases It’s 5 p.m. on the sweltering last day of August, and fourth-year animal science major Kyra van der Zalm…

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The question of intellectual property
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The question of intellectual property

Universities prevent researchers from taking complete ownership of ideas From the modern-day elevator to social media worlds like Facebook, America prides itself on promoting innovation and invention. However,…

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What to do with an empty campus
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What to do with an empty campus

Youth Program camps provide students with closer bond to Davis community After the final class is let out and students make their way off campus to their summer…

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A hop from bar to bar
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A hop from bar to bar

Comparing the environments of Davis’ most popular watering holes A stroll through downtown Davis offers a variety of options for bar hoppers. With each bar giving off its…

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The efficacy of environmental activism
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The efficacy of environmental activism

Students hopeful their activism will have large-scale impacts At a recent Fossil Free UC Davis (FFUCD) meeting, the 10 students in attendance planned the next steps in the…

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Paying it forward
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Paying it forward

Simple acts of kindness make an impact on the campus community The act of selfless giving is a valuable skill that is picked up from observing other people’s…

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The Memorial Union: Woohoo or Boohoo?
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The Memorial Union: Woohoo or Boohoo?

Students share opinions on newly renovated Memorial Union The Memorial Union (MU) Renewal Project is finally nearing completion after nearly three years of construction. Located next to the…

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