Small farming finds its niche
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Small farming finds its niche

Farmers emphasize a values based agricultural community. During my spring break, I set aside time to visit my grandparents farm. We did what we normally did: we walked…

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Outstanding Student Awards
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Outstanding Student Awards

Updates to the outstanding student awards that honor students and registered student organizations Every year, the Outstanding Student Awards honors members of the Davis community  that have made…

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Research using new robotic technology improves agricultural techniques
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Research using new robotic technology improves agricultural techniques

Professors and Ph.D., graduate and undergraduate students all work together to invent robots to automate crop production It’s the year 2030 in the agricultural fields surrounding Davis. The…

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Should you take an online class? Here are the pros and cons
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Should you take an online class? Here are the pros and cons

Students share their experiences with taking online classes At UC Davis, there are many classes offered that students can take to satisfy GE requirements, major requirements or just…

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Zero waste lifestyle proves impactful, difficult to achieve for students
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Zero waste lifestyle proves impactful, difficult to achieve for students

Aggies attempt to reduce waste to benefit the planet Climate change, garbage patches and general pollution affect our earth, society and economy daily. These issues are increasingly relevant…

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Video Game Orchestra prepares for spring concert: “Out of This World”
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Video Game Orchestra prepares for spring concert: “Out of This World”

Club celebrates video game music and discusses new GE course The Video Game Orchestra (VGO) will be holding its spring concert on June 2 in the Theatre and…

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No Prob-Llama
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No Prob-Llama

Mental Health Initiative brings llamas to the Quad You may have heard of therapy dogs, but have you heard of therapy llamas? This year, the UC Davis Mental…

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Sunsets with Savina
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Sunsets with Savina

First-year Savina Bouathong works on “Sunsets with Strangers” photography portfolio When looking through a photo album to get inspiration for a photography portfolio, first-year food science and technology…

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Food delivery apps help students living in dorms take a break from DC food
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Food delivery apps help students living in dorms take a break from DC food

First-year students discuss the role of apps like UberEATS, DoorDash Food delivery services such as Postmates, DoorDash and UberEATS that have started in the past 10 years have…

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Sol Blume returns for its second year in Downtown Sacramento
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Sol Blume returns for its second year in Downtown Sacramento

Boutique R&B and Soul festival features lineup up of predominantly women and people of color The R&B and Soul festival Sol Blume returned for its second year of…

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A closer look at Asian Greek life
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A closer look at Asian Greek life

Asian American interest fraternities, sororities speak about stereotypes, misconceptions Asian American interest fraternities and sororities at UC Davis belong to a smaller division of Greek life, known as…

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Non-binary students find security in pronouns, peer support
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Non-binary students find security in pronouns, peer support

Students discuss their journeys toward authentic gender expression Much of our world is split up into binaries. As a result, our society puts a significant amount of pressure…

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Gunrock Gaming: Providing students with a new space to game
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Gunrock Gaming: Providing students with a new space to game

Games Area coordinator emphasizes the fun pastime and its engaging qualities Those in the gaming community may recall times in high school when parents would place strict rules…

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Say cheese: Classic photo locations for graduating seniors
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Say cheese: Classic photo locations for graduating seniors

Detailing some of the most popular spots on campus to take graduation photos UC Davis Signs There are two iconic spots for students to take graduation photos that…

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Asian American Association Film Festival featuring Mike Bow
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Asian American Association Film Festival featuring Mike Bow

Showcasing creativity within the Asian American community The Asian American Association will host its annual film festival on May 10 featuring Mike Bow, an upcoming Asian American figure…

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