The art of pass times and playing your cards right
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The art of pass times and playing your cards right

Students discuss their thoughts on pass times It’s week eight of Winter Quarter. Your pass time is at 6:30 a.m., and two days before this brief appointment there…

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Students flock to the Pavilion in hopes of jobs, internships
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Students flock to the Pavilion in hopes of jobs, internships

The Internship and Career Center hosts its quarterly fair Hundreds of students packed into the ARC Pavilion on Wednesday, Feb. 27 to attend the Internship and Career Center’s…

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Skateboarders soar smoothly across campus
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Skateboarders soar smoothly across campus

Instead of choosing the more classic commuting choice of biking, certain students decide to skateboard to class Davis, widely recognized as the bicycle capital of the United States,…

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History of North and South Halls
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History of North and South Halls

An inside look at two of the oldest buildings on campus Before UC Davis was the campus we know, it was UC Berkeley’s research farm. UC Berkeley’s University…

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Student survival guide: Karen Bretz
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Student survival guide: Karen Bretz

From eagerly anticipating graduation to finding pride in extended education When most students are in the midst of their fourth year in college, it usually signifies the closing…

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Students and professor discuss ethics surrounding high-tech ethics
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Students and professor discuss ethics surrounding high-tech ethics

Computer science ethics professor, students share opinions on tech ethics Ethics are intertwined with practically all disciplines but recently are discussed increasingly in the context of technology. Updates…

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The Life of Pie: Improv comedy club Cherry Pie’s journey
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The Life of Pie: Improv comedy club Cherry Pie’s journey

The brief history of how the newest improv group on campus came to be Centered around the theme of Valentine’s Day, Cherry Pie, UC Davis’ self-described newest and…

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Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven
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Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven

What is it and what does it do? The Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven (called The Haven) is an outdoor museum and demonstration garden that is part of UC…

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Puppy Pals extends a paw to service dogs and handlers on campus
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Puppy Pals extends a paw to service dogs and handlers on campus

Puppy Pals club provides support for service dogs and their handlers and a space for education, fundraisers and socials With the ongoing cultural obsession with dogs, it’s no…

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What it’s like to be a Unitrans driver
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What it’s like to be a Unitrans driver

Unitrans drivers speak on what they love about their jobs The Unitrans buses driven by undergraduate students are a distinctive campus feature and are described to prospective students…

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Undergraduate research: “Play the Knave”
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Undergraduate research: “Play the Knave”

An interactive research opportunity for aspiring teachers In an institution where STEM is highly touted, it can be easy to forget the leaps and bounds that are made…

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Tarana Burke speaks at Sacramento State
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Tarana Burke speaks at Sacramento State

Me Too movement founder discusses the importance of community support for survivors On Thursday, Feb. 7, over 1,000 individuals gathered at the Sacramento State University Union Ballroom to…

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Designing a major just for you
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Designing a major just for you

Weighing the benefits and drawbacks of creating your own major Creating an individual major might sound like a good idea, allowing for total autonomy over your studies and…

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15-year-old alumnus receives prestigious award at Vatican
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15-year-old alumnus receives prestigious award at Vatican

Tanishq Abraham awarded for outstanding achievement in STEM fields In 2001, the International Association of Culture and Voluntary Work created the International Giuseppe Sciacca award sponsored by the…

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Student survival guide: Mykaiah Clermont
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Student survival guide: Mykaiah Clermont

The five-year journey of Mykaiah Clermont When Mykaiah Clermont started his journey as a first-year, he described himself as a “yes man,” looking to be involved in every…

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