Socially abroad: an opportunity for heightened communication
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Socially abroad: an opportunity for heightened communication

French Embassy, Office of Global Affairs encourage social networking Studying abroad is an opportunity for students to find themselves living in a Moroccan wilderness town of 11,000 inhabitants,…

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Exploring the night sky
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Exploring the night sky

A closer look at the Hutchison Hall Observatory Peers, faculty, friends and family crowd the roof of the Physics Building, mingling and huddling to stay warm. A laser…

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Teaching togetherness
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Teaching togetherness

Wellness activities create campus community In her senior year of high school, fourth-year clinical nutrition major Megan Settles became interested in yoga and went on to complete the…

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Robbins Hall: Six pillars, one community
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Robbins Hall: Six pillars, one community

A look into location for plant science, revolutionizing research Robbins Hall catches the eye of any passerby with the large, colorful space it occupies and the remarkable six…

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Meet the Meat Lab
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Meet the Meat Lab

UC Davis staple processes fresh, local product humanely As a second-generation butcher, Caleb Sehnert’s roots in the meat industry were established before he was even born. Sehnert works…

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Unveiling Sproul’s past
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Unveiling Sproul’s past

Chipping away at 44 years of history California-native Robert G. Sproul began his career in 1930 as president of the University of California. Sproul’s wide range of interests…

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Looking into Kerr Hall
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Looking into Kerr Hall

Building provides budding history, questions for students Buildings such as The Death Star and Olson Hall stand out on the UC Davis campus because of their unique structures.…

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Re-entry Students: navigating the UC Davis campus
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Re-entry Students: navigating the UC Davis campus

Unique stories of community, real-life experiences Naomi Barcelo received an unexpected phone call one day from a friend she hadn’t spoken to for quite some time. This person…

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A safe space
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A safe space

AB540 and Undocumented Center provides students with resources, solace, community Most students visit the Student Community Center (SCC) for their daily dose of coffee at the South CoHo.…

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Aggie Profiles: Casey Davis
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Aggie Profiles: Casey Davis

Building a world out of patterns and fantasy Casey Davis strode across the Quad on a chilly fall afternoon. Ignoring the mud that would stain his jeans, he…

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The West Pond: the hidden gem of Davis
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The West Pond: the hidden gem of Davis

Conservation, preservation of nature flourishes in community effort Davis is known for being a multifaceted college town filled with community-built treasures, the touch of local artists and a…

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Lend a helping hand
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Lend a helping hand

Homeless community in Davis relies on local facilities, resources Three years ago, Noor Ahmed was volunteering at a transitional housing facility for women and children when in waltzed…

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The meaning behind the mascot
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The meaning behind the mascot

A look into UC Davis’ horse history Before the Silo was a hub for Green Burrito and caramel macchiatos, it was a functional barn for some of UC…

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Student vineyard: from class to glass
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Student vineyard: from class to glass

On campus vineyard hosts classes for viticulture, enology students UC Davis is true to its agricultural background right down to its roots, or, rather, vines — specifically grapevines,…

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Dogs on duty
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Dogs on duty

Student service dog handlers share stories, experiences A blonde German shepherd named Memphis was dressed in booties and goggles, for safety precautions, while his handler attended her chemistry…

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