Long-distance romance — How to keep it alive?
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Long-distance romance — How to keep it alive?

Students talk about their experiences with long distance relationships “Distance makes the heart grow fonder” or “out of sight, out of mind”? Sustaining and nurturing a relationship in…

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Super seniors reflect on their five years
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Super seniors reflect on their five years

Fifth-year students talk about their educational paths at UC Davis With college being broken up into four years — freshman, sophomore, junior and senior — the undergraduate experience…

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Coming of Age
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Coming of Age

Turning 21 opens new doors and opportunities for students to enjoy their time in Davis For many students, turning 21 can reveal new experiences for fun and socialization.…

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Suspicious spots on campus
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Suspicious spots on campus

Students reflect on the more peculiar parts of campus Questionable places can be found on campus if you know where to look for them. Creepy messages on staircases,…

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Celebrating Día de los Muertos
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Celebrating Día de los Muertos

Unwrapping the cultural significance of the Mexican holiday Autumn signifies different things for different people. For some, the coming of fall and the changing of leaves represents growth…

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Involvement Fair doubles turnout with major success
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Involvement Fair doubles turnout with major success

The Involvement Fair continues growth, staff expresses excitement over its success Every year, the Center for Student Involvement hosts the Involvement Fair on the Quad during Fall Quarter.…

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The truth about being a student pet owner
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The truth about being a student pet owner

Students talk about owning and taking care of a pet Having a furry friend by your side may sound appealing, but it’s good to know both the good…

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De-stress to impress: How to destress as a student
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De-stress to impress: How to destress as a student

Tips to organize your life better to reduce stress levels Transitioning into college or even just living up to the demands and reality of university life are often…

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A new path for creative writers
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A new path for creative writers

UC Davis English department introduces new graduate program to begin in 2019 The UC Davis English department will introduce a new two-year graduate program, a Master of Fine…

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Passionate officers revive the French Club
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Passionate officers revive the French Club

After a year of inactivity, the French Club is reinstated on campus After a yearlong hiatus, the French Club is back at UC Davis. The club disbanded for…

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Fast and Furious 9: Parked and loaded
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Fast and Furious 9: Parked and loaded

Davis students comment on public transportation, campus parking Many Davis students have had near-death experiences with a biker pushing the 15 mph speed limits. But biking is one…

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Enchanted Cellar is a hidden Halloween emporium
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Enchanted Cellar is a hidden Halloween emporium

UC Davis Theatre department offers a wide variety of costume rentals for Halloween With Halloween on the horizon, students are awaiting the moments when they can freely express…

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Experience Non-Transferrable
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Experience Non-Transferrable

What it’s like being a transfer student at UC Davis UC Davis admitted roughly 10,000 transfer students for the 2018-19 academic year. For many newly transferred students, most…

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Cooking for yourself as a hungry college student
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Cooking for yourself as a hungry college student

Students offer support on how to stay fed while managing school, work and clubs Transitioning from the dorms to living off campus is a change for many students.…

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Undeclared freshman talk about their college experiences
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Undeclared freshman talk about their college experiences

Advice from former and current undeclared college freshman Heading out into the world as you graduate from high school and walking into “adult life” in college can be…

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