Senate endorsements: Consider the following
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Senate endorsements: Consider the following

The Editorial Board endorses three candidates for ASUCD Senate In anticipation of ASUCD’s Fall Election, which began on Nov. 12, the Editorial Board sat down with all 14…

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UCPath was destined to fail at UC Davis. The administration rolled it out anyway.
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UCPath was destined to fail at UC Davis. The administration rolled it out anyway.

Previous issues at other UCs should have been a warning — apologies won’t cut it now The California Aggie’s Editorial Board was clear when it voiced its vehement…

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The UC should remove SAT/ACT requirement for college admissions
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The UC should remove SAT/ACT requirement for college admissions

Students are more than just a number: SAT/ACT does not reflect students’ worth, potential for success The UC announced in September of 2018 that it would investigate whether…

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Transition to UCPath has proved disastrous for student workers
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Transition to UCPath has proved disastrous for student workers

There can be zero room for errors in paying students for their work UCPath, the UC system’s new payroll system, wreaked havoc when it was first rolled out…

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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May
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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May

May discusses positions on commencement, student safety, employment, among other issues The California Aggie Editorial Board sat down with Chancellor Gary May on Monday to talk about issues…

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DNA sampling of migrants is inhumane, unjust
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DNA sampling of migrants is inhumane, unjust

Trump administrations denies migrants a shred of human dignity Between impeachment inquiries, elections and cease-fires, it may be easy to find oneself distracted by the political turmoil currently…

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Students deserve a commencement that celebrates them, not a high-profile speaker
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Students deserve a commencement that celebrates them, not a high-profile speaker

Commencement changes at UC Davis, lack of details leave students unprepared Last May, UC Davis announced that undergraduate commencements would change starting Spring 2020. Instead of having seven…

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Davis PD doesn’t need a $138,000 armored vehicle
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Davis PD doesn’t need a $138,000 armored vehicle

Purchase is gross misuse of community funds At the request of the Davis Police Department, the Davis City Council unanimously approved the purchase of a new $138,000 Armored…

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California sets great example with passage of impactful laws
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California sets great example with passage of impactful laws

Other states should follow California’s lead As the 2019 legislative year comes to a close, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a spree of bills, paving historic advancement for…

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PG&E fails Californians, again
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PG&E fails Californians, again

Power shut-offs by PG&E necessitates awareness, preparedness It’s wildfire season in California and, unsurprisingly, the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has yet again caused trouble for the…

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Athletes have a right to be compensated, UC Davis should lead by example
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Athletes have a right to be compensated, UC Davis should lead by example

SB 206 a virtuous step toward ethical compensation for student-athletes On Sept. 30, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 206, the “Fair Pay to Play Act,” into…

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Unprecedented impeachment inquiry deserves our full attention
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Unprecedented impeachment inquiry deserves our full attention

Call your representative, choose your news source wisely Last week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the U.S. House of Representatives would initiate a formal impeachment inquiry against…

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New band, same members: Harmful Band-Uh! culture cannot be taken lightly or repeated
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New band, same members: Harmful Band-Uh! culture cannot be taken lightly or repeated

What oversight does the university actually have on reformed UC Davis Marching Band? The Cal Aggie Marching Band, known to most students as Band-Uh!, was formally disbanded on…

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Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

From the 2019–2020 Editor-in-Chief Welcome back returning students, and for incoming students, welcome to UC Davis — you’re an Aggie now! My name is Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee and I am…

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2018–19 Goodbye Editorial
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2018–19 Goodbye Editorial

Don’t you forget about us *throws fist in air* Emily Stack, Editor-in-Chief By Hannah Holzer My first interaction with Emily went something like this: My shy freshman self…

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