Not an afterthot
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Not an afterthot

Third-year communication major Daniel Rajabi shares his thoughts after interaction with woman holding “Hell is hot, don’t be a thot” sign In a now-viral tweet from the first…

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Freshmen choose to dropout of college before completing their first year
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Freshmen choose to dropout of college before completing their first year

Students elaborate on why they chose to leave in the early stages of university or return later For many young adults, entering college is the first time that…

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Students aid in springtime animal livestock breeding program
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Students aid in springtime animal livestock breeding program

Spring brings new babies to animal facilities on campus Foals, calves, piglets, lambs, kids, chicks — there’s nothing cuter than baby farm animals. Young animals like these are…

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UC Davis ranks second on ‘Top Colleges Advocating for Mental Health Awareness’
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UC Davis ranks second on ‘Top Colleges Advocating for Mental Health Awareness’

College Magazine praises UC Davis’ efforts to promote wellness On April 11, an article was published in College Magazine naming the “Top 10 Colleges Advocating for Mental Health…

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Sayonara seniors!
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Sayonara seniors!

Graduating seniors express nostalgic feelings during their final quarter College is often referred to as the “best four years of your life,” and they go by too soon.…

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Outdoor Adventure offers California nature as Spring Quarter extracurricular
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Outdoor Adventure offers California nature as Spring Quarter extracurricular

Campus department offers trips in whitewater rafting, hiking and more With Spring Quarter comes lots of sun and lots of fun in said sun. Everyone wants to get…

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Students rate their professors on self-selective website
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Students rate their professors on self-selective website

Through RateMyProfessors.com students can evaluate professors online “Awesome, Good, Average, Poor, Awful” — all ratings available to assign to professors on a website students know well: RateMyProfessors.com. Founded…

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Underrepresented religious students balance school and their most sacred holidays
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Underrepresented religious students balance school and their most sacred holidays

Students discuss how they alter their celebrations to cater to the quarter system Each year, students plan trips home and family vacations to coincide with religious holidays that…

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Two professors from UC Davis awarded Guggenheim Fellowships
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Two professors from UC Davis awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

Professors Ari Kelman and Elizabeth Miller two of 173 American and Canadian winners On April 10, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the 2019 recipients of the…

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The not-so secret secrets of secret societies
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The not-so secret secrets of secret societies

A glimpse into secret societies in universities Since the founding and rise to infamy of Yale’s secret society Skull and Bones in 1832, college students across the nation…

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Put your “Endgame” face on
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Put your “Endgame” face on

Students share theories and expectations for the final film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s third phase It’s been nearly a year since “Avengers: Infinity War” came out, but…

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Apple-A-Day: A staple of UC Davis culture and a family-run project
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Apple-A-Day: A staple of UC Davis culture and a family-run project

Behind the scenes of the juice-making process and why students buy so much of the apple product The famous Apple-A-Day apple cider, sold at the Davis Farmers Market,…

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Students JUMP on opportunities for inexpensive, bike share riding
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Students JUMP on opportunities for inexpensive, bike share riding

Students, faculty and members of the UC Davis community ride electric JUMP bikes around campus and the city of Davis Bright red with a sturdy seat and practical…

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Taxes: they’ll be lower.
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Taxes: they’ll be lower.

Students face the problem of tax illiteracy in their first tax seasons as adults Millions of Americans rushed to file their taxes before April 15. For many students,…

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Doxie Derby: Picnic Day tradition with big bark
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Doxie Derby: Picnic Day tradition with big bark

UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine hosts a family-friendly tradition with Dachshunds It’s time to place your bets on your favorite sausage dog, because the Doxie Derby is…

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