Letter from the Editor — The end
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Letter from the Editor — The end

In high school, I wrote an analysis of the future of journalism as part of my senior project: “Although the landscape is morphing, journalism is as healthy and…

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Asexuality: Questioning the age-old playbook on romance, intimacy, love, sex
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Asexuality: Questioning the age-old playbook on romance, intimacy, love, sex

Davis asexuals discuss experiences of being overlooked members of the LGBTQIA community When Claire Rapp was in high school, she began to notice a difference between her and…

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Yesterday’s tomorrow: Why nostalgia culture holds us back
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Yesterday’s tomorrow: Why nostalgia culture holds us back

Modern science fiction looks to the past instead of the future Science fiction, by definition, is a genre about the future. It’s about places we haven’t discovered and…

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Hard lessons from Aggie opinion
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Hard lessons from Aggie opinion

Opinion Editor Eli Flesch on four life-changing years of college journalism It took me a long time to figure out exactly what Joan Didion meant in Slouching Towards…

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Revolution of Responsibility: Youth leadership and agricultural advocacy
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Revolution of Responsibility: Youth leadership and agricultural advocacy

The future of agriculture is in arts and humanities A recent KQED Radio forum on the topic of the graying, demographically homogenous agricultural industry discusses possible ways to…

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Double Take: Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin?
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Double Take: Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin?

CHOCOLATE CHIP — Noah Pflueger-Peters I think Eli is a good guy, but I never knew he could be so wrong about cookies. Allow me to right his…

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From Rolex to Rompers: What fashion trends throughout the decades say about each generation
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From Rolex to Rompers: What fashion trends throughout the decades say about each generation

Millennials abandon conservative fashion of the 70s and 80s There have been many fashion trends throughout the years that define each generation and its respective cultural identity. But…

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UC Davis alumnus Micah Grant advocates for equal education opportunities
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UC Davis alumnus Micah Grant advocates for equal education opportunities

The role of school boards in helping disadvantaged students As a first-year student about 10 years ago, Micah Grant sat in the front row of Kleiber Hall during…

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Davis Community Advising Network reaches out to a diverse student body
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Davis Community Advising Network reaches out to a diverse student body

The need for cultural competency in counseling At times, students may find it hard to relate to others at UC Davis. Many come from diverse backgrounds such as…

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Why “The Walking Dead” appeals to Rust Belt voters
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Why “The Walking Dead” appeals to Rust Belt voters

How the Trump team used Facebook data to exploit the fears of the Midwest Since last November, much has been written about what went wrong during the election.…

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Double Take: Are we in a world where GMOs need to stay?
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Double Take: Are we in a world where GMOs need to stay?

YES — Camille Chargois Genetically modified organisms need to remain a part of the multiple food systems they already inhabit simply because, without them, the already-deplorable state of…

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Massage therapy: Knot your average stress relief
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Massage therapy: Knot your average stress relief

Free massages for students could benefit their mental health Why not a massage? It’s something people get to relax and escape — and potentially even lessen — the…

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How do Millennials differ across America?
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How do Millennials differ across America?

Regional differences among Millennials are profound, worth exploring What does it mean to be a Millennial living in Davis, California? More importantly, how does that Millennial compare to…

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Mega-shark vs. climate change
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Mega-shark vs. climate change

Why the SyFy channel best represents the dangers of climate change The Syfy Channel’s creature-features carry an infamous reputation. Filled with washed-up celebrities, laughably bad CGI, buckets of…

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The ongoing problems of mental health
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The ongoing problems of mental health

A conversation about mental health and its challenges Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg participated in a mental health conversation last week titled “How Can We Improve Mental Health Treatment?”…

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