Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Chancellor May responds to calls from UCD faculty to disband campus police To the Editor:  Re “Guest: Disband the UC Davis police force now” by guest contributors (opinion,…

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Letter From The Editor
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Letter From The Editor

Congratulations to the UC Davis Class of 2020 — we did it! While this year has certainly been challenging, forcing us to adapt to unprecedented situations, I’m incredibly proud…

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2019–20 Goodbye Editorial
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2019–20 Goodbye Editorial

The Editorial Board, all nine graduating seniors, says goodbye to The California Aggie Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Editor-in-Chief by Claire Dodd Kaelyn, it is because of you that I’m on…

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All lives do not matter until Black lives matter
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All lives do not matter until Black lives matter

The Editorial Board expresses its solidarity with nationwide protests for Black Lives Matter movement George Floyd’s tragic death in broad daylight should not come as a surprise. Breonna…

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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators
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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators

May, administrators discuss COVID-19 impact on university, Campus Media Board, mental health The California Aggie’s Editorial Board had a Zoom call with Chancellor Gary May; Provost and Executive…

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Asian Pacific Islander Americans are an integral part of our campus, community
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Asian Pacific Islander Americans are an integral part of our campus, community

May should serve as a month to honor API Americans, not disparage them Each May marks Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, in honor of the checkered history of…

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The Joy of…
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The Joy of…

The Editorial Board shares one small thing that makes them happy Inspired by the recent article in The New York Times titled “14 Ways We’re Finding Joy (in…

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ASUCD Senate faces a transparency crisis
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ASUCD Senate faces a transparency crisis

Students deserve to see their government conduct business in the open, not behind closed doors Journalists fight for transparency as part of their ethical code. Good journalists demand…

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Ahmaud Arbery’s killing was a modern-day lynching
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Ahmaud Arbery’s killing was a modern-day lynching

We cannot allow for systematic racial brutality to go unchecked  On Feb. 23, Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man, went for a run outside his home near Brunswick, GA.…

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Corporations continue to exploit workers during pandemic
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Corporations continue to exploit workers during pandemic

Support workers every day, not just May 1 On May 1, the UC Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) movement and UC Academic Federation of Teachers were among more…

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Cost of college must come under more scrutiny
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Cost of college must come under more scrutiny

COVID-19 highlights student debt crisis, exorbitant cost of tuition Student loan debt in the U.S. is currently estimated to be around $1.6 trillion. 44.7% of Americans and counting…

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Instructors: Coronavirus pandemic requires your patience and empathy
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Instructors: Coronavirus pandemic requires your patience and empathy

Monday’s internet outage highlights need for flexibility in instruction This Monday, Davis experienced an Xfinity internet outage for the majority of our waking hours — the second in…

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Systemic racism fuels coronavirus pandemic in US
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Systemic racism fuels coronavirus pandemic in US

Los Angeles County sees death rate of 13.2 per 100,000 people for African Americans, versus 5.7 per 100,000 for whites The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a multitude of…

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When the campus reopens, students should not expect operations to look the same
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When the campus reopens, students should not expect operations to look the same

For the sake of everyone’s well-being, we must proceed with caution UC Davis students received a mid-quarter check-in email on Tuesday from Emily Galindo, the interim vice chancellor…

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Stimulus money goes to multi-million dollar businesses, rather than U.S. residents who need assistance the most
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Stimulus money goes to multi-million dollar businesses, rather than U.S. residents who need assistance the most

Federal government needs to do more for small businesses, undocumented immigrants On March 27, President Donald Trump signed the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (CARES Act)…

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