‘Tis the Season: Davis spring pastimes
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‘Tis the Season: Davis spring pastimes

Finding ways to get outside, pass time without commute White snow carpeted the ground and trees, sparkling in the sun like diamonds. UC Davis students Cielle Watjen Brown…

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A traditional picnic with a philanthropic twist
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A traditional picnic with a philanthropic twist

Picnic Day to be paired with first-ever UC Davis day of giving As students hurry about their days debating whether or not to forgo another dinner and instead…

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Bathrooms and beyond: ensuring trans and non-binary inclusion
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Bathrooms and beyond: ensuring trans and non-binary inclusion

Creating a comfortable environment for all While waiting outside of an occupied gender-neutral restroom, Iris Bloomfield, a fourth-year English major and transgender woman, was accompanied by another transgender…

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Appreciating the many quirks of Passover
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Appreciating the many quirks of Passover

Features reporter Hannah Holzer gives her take on a traditional Jewish holiday As the sun goes down and the first night of Passover begins, Jewish people everywhere try…

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The road to post-grad success
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The road to post-grad success

The Class of 2017’s post-degree plans The excitement of post-graduation careers and schooling comes with many challenges for the UC Davis graduating class of 2017. With less than…

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Staying true to a doctor’s oath
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Staying true to a doctor’s oath

Alternative medicine, lifestyle changes supplement biomedicine, maintain health Some doctors view reaching a dead end in treatment options as an opportunity to look into alternative forms of medicine…

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Transitioning to upper division classes
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Transitioning to upper division classes

Managing the transition from lower division to upper division courses It is the natural progression of a student’s academic plan to begin with lower division courses and then…

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Traditions of UC Davis
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Traditions of UC Davis

Evolving, expanding, evoking Aggie pride Last spring, Kimberly Miller strode across the graduation stage, squeezing her daughter’s hand with glee as their medals gleaned in the sun. Miller,…

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Assisting students in need
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Assisting students in need

Different resources help struggling Aggies stay in school Deborah Agee, the director of the UC Davis Financial Aid Office, took out loans in order to earn her undergraduate…

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Milking Davis for its sustainable food opportunities
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Milking Davis for its sustainable food opportunities

The truth about how much it costs to eat sustainably Students are leaving behind the drudgery that is Winter Quarter with a reborn hope for sunny days, easier…

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Purr-fect campus pets: The Physics Cats
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Purr-fect campus pets: The Physics Cats

Stray cats taken in by physics staff bring comfort to students Around the northeast corner of the physics building, two stray cats can be seen playing a mischievous…

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The universal language of health
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The universal language of health

Students intern abroad, prepare for medical professions After driving through the desolate dirt roads of the Bolivian suburbs, third-year cell biology major Maddy Silverstein was welcomed by a…

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The History of UC Davis Chancellors
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The History of UC Davis Chancellors

Distinguished professors look back on six individuals who shaped the university The University of California (UC) Board of Regents unanimously voted on Feb. 21 to select Gary May,…

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Aggie Profiles: Camille Pannu
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Aggie Profiles: Camille Pannu

One woman’s fighting passion for environmental justice In late 2015, Camille Pannu received an unexpected phone call from an old acquaintance. It was Angela Harris, a professor of…

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Agents for change
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Agents for change

Students make a difference in community classrooms As part of an internship, Rebekah Roh, a fourth-year english major and Teach for America campus campaign coordinator, worked in a…

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