UC Davis female faculty, alumni discuss their achievements and offer advice to the future generation of female leaders
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UC Davis female faculty, alumni discuss their achievements and offer advice to the future generation of female leaders

In honor of Women’s History Month, female faculty and alumni discuss their contributions to their local and global communities This article is the first in a two-part series…

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Connecting gut health to mental health
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Connecting gut health to mental health

Doctors and professors explore the intricacies of gut health and its connection to mental health and overall well-being This article is the second installation of The California Aggie’s…

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Datamatch brings love to UC Davis
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Datamatch brings love to UC Davis

UC Davis students introduce Datamatch, a matchmaking service for students This Valentine’s Day, students had the opportunity to try a dating platform new to UC Davis: Datamatch. Created…

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Alzheimer’s Buddies at UC Davis aims to create lasting connections with patients
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Alzheimer’s Buddies at UC Davis aims to create lasting connections with patients

The UC Davis chapter of the national organization educates its members to build an understanding of the devastating effects of the late stages of Alzheimer’s Before the pandemic,…

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Aggies share their experiences as Trader Joe’s crew members
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Aggies share their experiences as Trader Joe’s crew members

Two UC Davis students discuss working at Trader Joe’s during a pandemic Located on Russell Blvd and Sycamore Lane, Trader Joe’s can be seen buzzing with students and…

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UC Davis students discuss how social media influenced the 2020 presidential election
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UC Davis students discuss how social media influenced the 2020 presidential election

Social media has become the leading platform for voters to receive news regarding the election, according to students In the 2016 presidential election, thousands of votes were attributed…

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More positive impacts that students and staff have made in their community during quarantine
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More positive impacts that students and staff have made in their community during quarantine

How volunteer and service organizations have continued to improve their communities in the pandemic As a continuation of the pandemic positivity series, UC Davis organizations discuss more ways…

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Student-run organizations advocate against housing insecurity
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Student-run organizations advocate against housing insecurity

Representatives from several student-run organizations discuss their efforts to combat housing insecurity for Davis students Winter Quarter is typically when students begin looking for housing for the next…

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UC Davis research shows ‘shadow pandemic’ is disproportionately hurting women and girls
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UC Davis research shows ‘shadow pandemic’ is disproportionately hurting women and girls

UC Davis students and staff discuss COVID-19’s disproportionate effects on women, especially women of color The COVID-19 pandemic has had effects that stretch far beyond public health and…

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UC Davis Yoga Club stretches practices and mindfulness into the new year
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UC Davis Yoga Club stretches practices and mindfulness into the new year

Club members reflect on the importance of yoga and meditation during the pandemic In response to stressors relating to the pandemic, many students have developed self-care habits to…

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ASUCD Pantry provides food aid to students during power outages
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ASUCD Pantry provides food aid to students during power outages

The Pantry adapts its services to continue combating food insecurity and to supply basic necessities to students The conditions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have had a…

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UC Davis Sacramento Area Youth Speaks poet to compete for the title of National Youth Poet Laureate
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UC Davis Sacramento Area Youth Speaks poet to compete for the title of National Youth Poet Laureate

Youth Poet Laureate Western Regional Ambassador Alexandra Huynh details her ambitions; SAYS director discusses how the program elevates underserved student voices Sacramento Area Youth Speaks (SAYS), founded and…

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Monthly open mics give first-years opportunity to connect
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Monthly open mics give first-years opportunity to connect

Lindsay Flores and Karylle Ilao encourage classmates to express themselves and make new friends during virtual performances On Saturday, Jan. 30, Lindsay Flores and Karylle Ilao, two first-year…

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How the Turtle House has remained a co-op of creative output and collaboration
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How the Turtle House has remained a co-op of creative output and collaboration

Residents share the sense of fellowship the Turtle House has provided for them during the pandemic Since the 1990s, the Turtle House—located on Second St. and named for…

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Delving into the truth about food additives and disputed ingredients
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Delving into the truth about food additives and disputed ingredients

UC Davis students and a nutrition professor break down the myths surrounding food additives, ingredients and dyes This article is the first installation of The California Aggie’s Mind…

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