Frontline healthcare workers reflect on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine
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Frontline healthcare workers reflect on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

Three healthcare workers discuss the impact of the pandemic on their profession and their physical and emotional reactions to receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine As the first waves of…

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UC Davis professors discuss the future of Republican politics
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UC Davis professors discuss the future of Republican politics

Trump has shifted the Republican Party towards populism and redefined the Republican candidate, according to professors Since President-elect Joe Biden was announced the winner of the 2020 presidential…

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Newly-elected ASUCD senators share their plans for making change
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Newly-elected ASUCD senators share their plans for making change

ASUCD’s six newly elected senators discuss their goals for the year After all the ballots were cast and the results were announced for ASUCD’s Fall Quarter elections, the…

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UC Davis student rises to TikTok fame
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UC Davis student rises to TikTok fame

Justice Dodson’s viral videos educate thousands on COVID-19 and microscopic sciences With the enactment of a stay-at-home order in March 2020, many turned to apps such as TikTok…

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300 historians and counting have signed a letter for the impeachment of President Trump
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300 historians and counting have signed a letter for the impeachment of President Trump

UC Davis history professors Gregory Downs and Eric Rauchway are among its signatories Over 300 historians and constitutional law scholars alike have signed an open letter, published on…

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UC Davis students reflect on 2020, hopes for 2021
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UC Davis students reflect on 2020, hopes for 2021

With the start of 2021, students discuss 2020 and their hopes for the new year Last year the headlines, events and conversations all told the same story: 2020…

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Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council officially split, created a tiered system
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Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council officially split, created a tiered system

With issues of sexual assault and relationships between chapters, Panhellenic has officiated a disassociation with the Interfraternity Council and produced a system for future reintegration Throughout the past…

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UC Davis School of Medicine professors discuss the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
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UC Davis School of Medicine professors discuss the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

Microbiology and immunology professors explain the COVID-19 vaccine and what sets it apart from past vaccines On Dec. 11, 2020, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was approved for use by…

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Students reflect on joining Greek life during a pandemic
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Students reflect on joining Greek life during a pandemic

Recently initiated sorority members share their experiences For many students, joining Greek life is a way to find their community amid such a big student body at UC…

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Five movies, TV shows and books to pass the time this unconventional holiday season
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Five movies, TV shows and books to pass the time this unconventional holiday season

Here are five things Davis students are watching and reading over break Looking for a new binge-worthy book to read or show to watch now that the stress…

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Punjabi-Sikh Americans in San Francisco join worldwide movement in support of Punjabi farmers
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Punjabi-Sikh Americans in San Francisco join worldwide movement in support of Punjabi farmers

Laws passed by the Indian government prompts solidarity movement among the Punjabi-Sikh community across the globe On Dec. 5, the largest protest by Sikh Punjabis in support of…

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Students provide reasons for their recent decision to delete social media
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Students provide reasons for their recent decision to delete social media

A UC Davis Health psychiatrist and students offer insight and opinions on deleting social apps and the positive and negative consequences of social media Social media is prevalent…

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UC Davis professors compare and contrast the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic and COVID-19
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UC Davis professors compare and contrast the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic and COVID-19

It has been over 100 years since the world experienced the devastating 1918 pandemic, and history seems to be repeating itself, according to UC Davis professors Before COVID-19,…

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Yolo County homeless shelter and outreach aids homeless community through pandemic
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Yolo County homeless shelter and outreach aids homeless community through pandemic

Organizations share their impact on the Davis and Yolo County homeless communities While today’s “new normal” continues to change many aspects of life, issues like homelessness have remained…

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The UC Immigrant Student Services Center provides legal aid, assists in the establishment of similar programs
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The UC Immigrant Student Services Center provides legal aid, assists in the establishment of similar programs

The UC system’s support for immigrant students aims to help them through changing legislation and administrations In 2015, the UC system began an initiative to provide legal services…

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