Final-ly, more study spaces
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Final-ly, more study spaces

New 24-hour rooms available in library Opening more study spaces — and keeping them open for longer hours — has been a long-standing request of the UC Davis…

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Kill the (House) bill
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Kill the (House) bill

Not too late to protest graduate waiver as taxable income The 440-page document passed by the House is one of two GOP tax bills passed in recent weeks.…

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Sexual harassment in the newsroom
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Sexual harassment in the newsroom

A disgrace to the field of journalism Over the past two months, sexual harassment claims have toppled the careers of numerous media titans, with the most recent allegations…

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Editorial Board meets with Chancellor May
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Editorial Board meets with Chancellor May

Gary May answers questions about first quarter in office The Editorial Board sat down with Chancellor Gary S. May last week to speak about current plans for UC…

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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board

From blind dogs to plump squirrels, Aggie editors reflect on what they are thankful for The Editorial Board would first and foremost like to thank all the readers…

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Support TPS recipients
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Support TPS recipients

UC Davis students protest against TPS termination, UC lags behind This past Wednesday, a group of UC Davis students participated in a march through campus to express solidarity…

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House tax bill a threat to higher education
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House tax bill a threat to higher education

Tax on tuition waivers, assistance would make graduate school unaffordable to many After a year of attempting various controversial legislation — immigration, the travel ban, the health care…

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Uncontested election worrisome
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Uncontested election worrisome

ASUCD needs to address student apathy Of the 35,415 undergraduate students who attend UC Davis, a mere six felt inspired enough to run for the six open Senate…

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Senate endorsements: consider the following
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Senate endorsements: consider the following

The Editorial Board was most disappointed to learn that the upcoming Fall Election will be uncontested — with six candidates running for six open senatorial positions. An uncontested…

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Alleviating food insecurity
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Alleviating food insecurity

Donate time, money, food to those in need As cold weather and the holiday season approach, The Editorial Board asks that UC Davis students, faculty and community members…

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Keep national parks affordable
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Keep national parks affordable

Federal budget, not entrance fee, should cover increasing expenses Recently, the National Park Service announced an increase in entrance fees at 17 of the most popular national parks…

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Don’t be trashy: Recycle
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Don’t be trashy: Recycle

UC launches #MyLastTrash campaign to reduce waste Alongside global and state efforts to combat pollution, the University of California has implemented the #MyLastTrash campaign. This campaign brings attention…

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Tuition hikes should not support exorbitant pensions
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Tuition hikes should not support exorbitant pensions

$26 million of new tuition increase to fund pensions The University of California system has seen a 2.5 percent tuition hike this fall after the UC Board of…

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UC Davis extends aid to wildfire victims
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UC Davis extends aid to wildfire victims

Aggies prove that help comes in many forms While the wildfires that caused 42 deaths and displaced thousands of Napa and Sonoma County residents are almost at complete…

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Know your LGBTQIA resources
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Know your LGBTQIA resources

LGBTQIA Resource Center establishes inclusive environment National LGBT Center Awareness Day, held every year on Oct. 19, serves to commemorate the tireless work put in by community centers…

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