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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UC Davis releases admissions decisions, offers virtual tour
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UC Davis releases admissions decisions, offers virtual tour

Provost Ralph Hexter, high school seniors comment on admissions, expectations The UC Davis incoming class of 2024 has been welcomed into the community through virtual celebrations and experiences…

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Good news: newborn animals, goodie bags, intuitive eating, more as Aggies count their blessings
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Good news: newborn animals, goodie bags, intuitive eating, more as Aggies count their blessings

UC Davis students, faculty spread positivity through survey distributed by The California Aggie, responses compiled below There is no denying the inconvenient truth that, due to the impacts…

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How the Davis Farmers Market and the community are adjusting
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How the Davis Farmers Market and the community are adjusting

Managers discuss current state of the market, its importance to the community With the on-campus Davis Farmers Market canceled entirely and the city side of the market maintaining…

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Should you be fostering a puppy during lockdown? These UC Davis students say yes
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Should you be fostering a puppy during lockdown? These UC Davis students say yes

Puppies bring comfort, support during unprecedented times, and find forever homes with the help of Davis students Though classes are continuing and many students still have the same…

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Comfort in music: How two UC Davis programs are spreading music despite the virus
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Comfort in music: How two UC Davis programs are spreading music despite the virus

UC Davis Department of Music and KDVS radio station share their work to continue music This story is the second installation of The California Aggie’s two-part digital art…

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To stay or not to stay: The impact of COVID-19 on housing decisions
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To stay or not to stay: The impact of COVID-19 on housing decisions

Five students discuss making their decision about where to live during Spring Quarter The changes to Spring Quarter instruction required students to make a number of decisions, one…

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A list of heartwarming things happening in the world right now
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A list of heartwarming things happening in the world right now

During this challenging time, here are a few pieces of good news to put a smile on your face  With the constant bombardment of news related to the…

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“This is why I’m choosing to be in this field” — COVID-19 through the eyes of pre-med students
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“This is why I’m choosing to be in this field” — COVID-19 through the eyes of pre-med students

Students express how inspiring watching healthcare professionals on front lines has been The coronavirus pandemic has likely taken a toll on most global citizens’ lives — and for…

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Clubs, Greek Life adapt to online alternatives during Spring Quarter’s remote instruction
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Clubs, Greek Life adapt to online alternatives during Spring Quarter’s remote instruction

Student life adjusts to functioning remotely  This Spring Quarter is one like no other: The pandemic is affecting many aspects of university life — instruction is online and…

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Inside the UCDPD Cadet Academy
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Inside the UCDPD Cadet Academy

 As Cadets near graduation, they discuss the program’s rewards and challenges, react to COVID-19 The individuals in the UC Davis Police Department’s Cadet Academy have almost completed another…

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Keeping concentrated: Students, professor discuss tips for online learning
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Keeping concentrated: Students, professor discuss tips for online learning

UC Davis students, psychology professor give advice for succeeding in online classes With the constraints of social distancing, students and staff have to learn to navigate the world…

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From the meme page to a UC Davis-themed viral TikTok, how students are using social media during the pandemic
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From the meme page to a UC Davis-themed viral TikTok, how students are using social media during the pandemic

Students share their thoughts on memes, mobile apps, websites in light of COVID-19, social distancing As with any unprecedented event, memes about COVID-19 and online classes are abundant…

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Shelter in plays: UC Davis Theatre Department to turn spring play into a film
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Shelter in plays: UC Davis Theatre Department to turn spring play into a film

UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance will produce spring play as a film, shot by students on their own devices This story is the first installation of…

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