Student loans make up majority of young Americans’ debt
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Student loans make up majority of young Americans’ debt

Realistic solutions are needed to tackle trillion dollar crisis Debt among 19 to 29-year-old Americans exceeded $1 trillion by the end of 2018, the highest debt level for…

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Letter to the Editor: Faculty thank UC Chancellors for condemning boycott of Israeli academics
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Letter to the Editor: Faculty thank UC Chancellors for condemning boycott of Israeli academics

To the Editor: Re “All 10 UC Chancellors condemn boycott of Israeli academics” (news story, Jan. 17): We write to thank and support Chancellor Gary May and the…

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Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Community members react to Professor Joshua Clover’s statement that cops “need to be killed” For over 30 years of my life, I’ve been known as “Officer Smith,” “Sgt.…

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Sacramento Police Department violates freedom of press, speech, assembly
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Sacramento Police Department violates freedom of press, speech, assembly

85 protestors in support of Stephon Clark unjustly detained, held Roughly 150 demonstrators gathered in Sacramento on Monday night to protest District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert’s decision to…

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Now, more than ever, people need to say his name: Stephon Clark
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Now, more than ever, people need to say his name: Stephon Clark

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announces officers involved in fatal shooting will not face criminal charges After a yearlong investigation of two Sacramento police officers who fatally shot…

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Letter to the Editor: CALPIRG accomplishes real social change
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Letter to the Editor: CALPIRG accomplishes real social change

To the Editor: Re: “Humor: CALPIRG member released from contract with the devil after collecting enough pledges” by Madeline Kumagai (humor piece, Feb. 21): I was pleased to…

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UC Davis is not just a STEM school
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UC Davis is not just a STEM school

Arts and humanities deserve more support, recognition for academic, extracurricular endeavors Yesterday, the UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance kicked off its run of the musical “Flora…

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University fails to proactively address dangerous man in Art Building
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University fails to proactively address dangerous man in Art Building

Students should be made aware of threats to their safety A transient individual by the name of Nicholas Chavez had been living in the Art Building on campus…

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Where we’re going, we need better roads
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Where we’re going, we need better roads

Future California climate conditions require better infrastructure The recent three-day weekend allowed many students the annual opportunity to travel throughout California on short-lived vacations, but most students were…

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Ignorance is no excuse for blackface
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Ignorance is no excuse for blackface

It’s time to educate ourselves about black history At the beginning of February, a month dedicated to paying tribute to the oft-unrecognized achievements of black people throughout American…

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We would do anything for love
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We would do anything for love

Editorial Board shares stories of romance –– some sweet, some silly Emily Stack, Editor-in-Chief I did my fair share of embarrassing things in my younger and more vulnerable…

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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following
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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following

The Editorial Board endorses three candidates for ASUCD Senate, neither executive ticket ASUCD Winter Elections begin on Tuesday, Feb. 19, with 14 Senate candidates running for six available…

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NFL exploits civil rights leaders for PR gain
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NFL exploits civil rights leaders for PR gain

Super Bowl highlights league’s hypocrisy in addressing racial issues Last Sunday, about 100 million people tuned in to watch Super Bowl LIII and witnessed the New England Patriots…

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Sacramento Sheriff’s Department should comply with records requests
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Sacramento Sheriff’s Department should comply with records requests

Sacramento Bee, Los Angeles Times sue for records under SB 1421 The Sacramento Bee and the Los Angeles Times recently filed a joint lawsuit against the Sacramento Sheriff’s…

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Letter to the Editor: Alumni share their memories of Lower Freeborn
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Letter to the Editor: Alumni share their memories of Lower Freeborn

To the Editor: Re “Eulogy for The California Aggie newsroom” by Eli Flesch (guest op-ed, Jan. 10): Reading your column made me remember what a great experience it…

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