Welcome to The California Aggie
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Welcome to The California Aggie

Over the past 103 years, The California Aggie has grown from a small publication run by a handful of students to a weekly broadsheet paper  When The California…

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Fresh meat
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Fresh meat

The Editorial Board shares most embarrassing freshman mistakes Emily Stack, Editor-in-Chief The Aggie’s office in Lower Freeborn is a maximum-security facility; the big doors are always locked from…

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2017-18 Goodbye Editorial
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2017-18 Goodbye Editorial

HAGS Bryan Sykes, Editor in Chief By Ally Overbay Including myself, this year’s editorial board was entirely comprised of new editors — that is, except for Bryan. For…

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Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

From the outgoing editor-in-chief I have cherished every moment of the last four years I have spent at The California Aggie. This is likely the last time I…

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Unjust separation of families at border
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Unjust separation of families at border

Children, parents torn apart with new immigration policy Word spread like wildfire over the weekend that the Trump administration lost nearly 1,500 migrant children after separating them from…

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NFL favors false patriotism
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NFL favors false patriotism

Leaders put an “end” to kneeling with unconstitutional requirement The National Football League announced on May 23 that all players and league personnel must “stand and show respect…

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Crisis Text Line not a substitute for counseling services
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Crisis Text Line not a substitute for counseling services

UC Davis has yet to address counselor deficit UC Davis has recently promoted Crisis Text Line, a free and confidential mental health service for students. This service connects…

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Be an informed voter
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Be an informed voter

Vote for gun reform in California primary on June 5 As the June 5 primary elections fast approach, candidates for local, state and federal positions are scrambling to…

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Students pay the price
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Students pay the price

UC fails to meet deadline, noncompliance could result in tuition hike A 2017 audit outlined that the University of California had not disclosed $175 million to the public…

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ASUCD can’t even navigate its own bylaws
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ASUCD can’t even navigate its own bylaws

Bylaws made incomprehensible after years of legislative tinkering When a student recently pursued the process to recall elected officials, ASUCD failed them. According to the Judicial Council’s opinion…

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Happy Mother’s Day
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Happy Mother’s Day

The Editorial Board loves their moms Bryan Sykes, Editor-in-Chief: My mom always tells me, when I’m worried or stressed, to “think good thoughts and good things will happen.”…

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Power imbalances in academia open door to abuse
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Power imbalances in academia open door to abuse

UC Davis conductor faces few consequences for sexual misconduct Christian Baldini, the UC Davis symphony conductor who was put on unpaid leave after sexual misconduct toward a female…

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EPA no longer stands for environmental justice
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EPA no longer stands for environmental justice

California, other states sue Environmental Protection Agency California was among 16 other states and the District of Columbia to sue the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday, May 1…

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Fight to increase wages, end discrimination
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Fight to increase wages, end discrimination

53,000 UC workers to participate in three-day strike The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees has announced its plans to go on strike from 4 a.m.…

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The dwindling newsroom
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The dwindling newsroom

The Sacramento Bee lays off journalists, employees The Sacramento Bee laid off 15 journalists and eight employees from its production team this Tuesday. The announcement joined the list…

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