Davis Night Market offers opportunities to reduce food insecurity, food waste
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Davis Night Market offers opportunities to reduce food insecurity, food waste

Local restaurants including ChickPeas, Village Bakery contribute to weekly Central Park gathering The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) found in 2010 that the U.S. alone wastes approximately 30-40%…

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When the facade fades: sorority women highlight reasons for dropping
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When the facade fades: sorority women highlight reasons for dropping

Students discess fundamental issues within Panhellenic organizations For many students entering college, joining Greek life is a way to get involved on campus. Not only is it idealized…

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Batik Day: traditional Indonesian holiday celebrated in Davis
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Batik Day: traditional Indonesian holiday celebrated in Davis

Oct. 5th holiday meant to celebrate traditional garment, culture, community Taste of Thai, located in Downtown Davis, held a celebration for Batik Day — one of Indonesia’s holidays…

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CoHo Aggie Cash conspiracy proves untrue: food service director puts students’ theories to rest
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CoHo Aggie Cash conspiracy proves untrue: food service director puts students’ theories to rest

Director apologizes to those inconvenienced by the temporary technical error A month before the end of Spring Quarter 2019, the Aggie Cash system at the CoHo crashed, making…

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Nonprofit organization “Hearts for Paws” offers students opportunities to foster pets
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Nonprofit organization “Hearts for Paws” offers students opportunities to foster pets

Organization has permanently rehomed over 700 animals that were set for euthanasia About 1.5 million dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters each year due to a lack…

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Student jobs offer not only income, but a sense of community
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Student jobs offer not only income, but a sense of community

Students share experiences working for Whole Earth Festival, Unitrans, Mikuni As students begin to develop routines and get back into the groove of school, some may find that…

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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students
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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students

Digitalization of the test allows for additional test dates, reduces paper waste The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced that the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) would change…

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Yosemite Hall first new Cuarto dorm since 1965
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Yosemite Hall first new Cuarto dorm since 1965

Building on track to achieve LEED gold certification After two years of construction, the Cuarto residential area finally opened its newest dorm up to the class of 2023:…

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Students and Davis residents participate in Global Climate Strike to advocate climate justice
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Students and Davis residents participate in Global Climate Strike to advocate climate justice

“System change, not climate change!” Over 7.6 million citizens around the world came out and marched in solidarity for the Global Climate Strike on Sept. 20, 2019 —…

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An end to life tenure for Supreme Court Justices? A UCD law professor argues it’s possible
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An end to life tenure for Supreme Court Justices? A UCD law professor argues it’s possible

Expert in legal history, constitutional law discusses plausibility of a life tenure overhaul Imagine if a seat on the Supreme Court opened up every other year — meaning…

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The role of professors in understanding modern-day undergraduate pressures
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The role of professors in understanding modern-day undergraduate pressures

Bridging the gap The ever-changing and unpredictable nature of college culture — especially in the past several decades — brings each generation of college students an entirely new…

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UC Davis student helmet usage still lags behind nationwide statistics, despite Helmet Hair Don’t Care pledge
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UC Davis student helmet usage still lags behind nationwide statistics, despite Helmet Hair Don’t Care pledge

Free bike helmets for pledge signers are currently out of stock, will be back Oct. 14 The Helmet Hair, Don’t Care (HHDC) campaign took its roots at UC…

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Advice from students, for students to boost academic performance
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Advice from students, for students to boost academic performance

Sticky notes, public study spots and more among top tips from students UC Davis students may easily identify with the constant struggle of having too much work but…

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Fall quarter signals the start of school — and rush week
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Fall quarter signals the start of school — and rush week

Panhellenic members open up about the process, give tips for incoming participants The beginning of a new school year means that formal Panhellenic recruitment is right around the…

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UC Davis reveals new changes to on-campus facets, including new buildings, new payroll system
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UC Davis reveals new changes to on-campus facets, including new buildings, new payroll system

 Keep an eye out for these on-campus improvements made over summer The UC Davis campus has undergone several major changes while students have been away on summer break,…

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