Online communication: Here’s how Aggies are staying in touch during the pandemic
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Online communication: Here’s how Aggies are staying in touch during the pandemic

A look into the different online platforms that students are using to keep in contact Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online platforms have largely taken the place of…

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UCD alumnus and musician Dave Nachmanoff discusses his new routine sans-live performances
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UCD alumnus and musician Dave Nachmanoff discusses his new routine sans-live performances

The meaning of live performance: Nachmanoff talks about how his career as a musician has been impacted, shares personal opinions on live-streaming UC Davis alumnus Dave Nachmanoff is…

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How to keep locally owned businesses like Mishka’s, Varsity Theatre, alive during COVID-19
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How to keep locally owned businesses like Mishka’s, Varsity Theatre, alive during COVID-19

Streaming movies, buying bulk coffee can help protect Davis’ favorite mom-and-pop shops While many students are away from Davis or staying inside, local businesses struggle to stay afloat.…

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Viral TikTok whipped coffee trend is thanks to second-year UC Davis student Hannah Cho
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Viral TikTok whipped coffee trend is thanks to second-year UC Davis student Hannah Cho

“Dueting” the infamous TikTok coffee with UC Davis’ own Hannah Cho By now, you’ve seen it all over TikTok and Instagram stories: whipped coffee. Equal amounts of instant…

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Recipe: Khoresht Loobia Sabz, Green Bean Stew
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Recipe: Khoresht Loobia Sabz, Green Bean Stew

A step-by-step recipe for a vibrant Perisan dish  Khoresht Loobia Sabz, Farsi for Green Bean Stew, is a popular dish that can be found in the center of…

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Recipes in quarantine: Dark chocolate avocado truffles
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Recipes in quarantine: Dark chocolate avocado truffles

Tips for making a snack sure to satisfy any chocolate craving When I try to explain how I feel about chocolate, the best way I can get my…

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The art of language: UC Davis alumni helps integrate hip-hop rhythm and beats into spring play “AntigoneNow”
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The art of language: UC Davis alumni helps integrate hip-hop rhythm and beats into spring play “AntigoneNow”

Dahlak Brathwaite digitally returned to his alma mater to help students find new meaning “How do you look at a text and find rhyme? How do you look…

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UC Davis professors speak to environmental changes COVID-19 pandemic has brought and will bring
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UC Davis professors speak to environmental changes COVID-19 pandemic has brought and will bring

Though COVID-19 has presented environmental upticks, many caution against celebration One lens the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic has been analyzed through is that of the environmental side effects resulting…

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Celebrating National Space Day: Retired astronaut, current UCD professor Stephen K Robinson discusses tips for being in isolation
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Celebrating National Space Day: Retired astronaut, current UCD professor Stephen K Robinson discusses tips for being in isolation

New UC Davis College of Engineering space innovations detailed National Space Day, which falls on the first Friday of May, is a day committed to celebrating the achievements…

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UC Davis’ medical student response team collects PPE, machines for healthcare facilities
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UC Davis’ medical student response team collects PPE, machines for healthcare facilities

The organization is currently accepting student volunteers to help with cold-calling, pick-ups, outreach As the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to expand globally, there has been a surge in…

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Economics Professor Scott Carrell provides perspective on teaching online, while maintaining a sense of humor
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Economics Professor Scott Carrell provides perspective on teaching online, while maintaining a sense of humor

Carrell discusses readjusting his teaching style Professor of economics Scott Carrell has a keen sense of humor and a spirited demeanor while teaching, according to his students. Carrell…

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Aggie Animals: Goat and horse barns continue through the spring
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Aggie Animals: Goat and horse barns continue through the spring

Spring Quarter is a time of new life for animal barns on campus, and students, staff at the goat, horse barns continue animal care Waking up multiple times…

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Aggie Profile: Samantha Shepherd, a student living on-campus during a pandemic
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Aggie Profile: Samantha Shepherd, a student living on-campus during a pandemic

“Quiet” and “empty” — a look into a student’s daily routine in the freshman dorms during a unique quarter A majority of the class of 2023 said goodbye…

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Recipes in quarantine: ropa vieja, a quintessential Cuban dish
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Recipes in quarantine: ropa vieja, a quintessential Cuban dish

Tips for making ropa vieja, maduros, Cuban-style black beans Ropa vieja, Spanish for ‘old clothes,’ is named for its famed shreddy texture and possesses a balanced taste between…

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Security concerns over Zoom remain despite UC Davis’ unique contract terms complete with contractual data security, privacy terms, safeguards
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Security concerns over Zoom remain despite UC Davis’ unique contract terms complete with contractual data security, privacy terms, safeguards

Zoombombing, surveillance, more: University recommends that although Zoom has been deemed safe enough for wide-spread adaptation, students, faculty should “exercise caution” As universities rapidly transition to online learning…

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