The Aggie demands selection of its new editor-in-chief be halted until adjustments are made
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The Aggie demands selection of its new editor-in-chief be halted until adjustments are made

All members of the Editorial Board, applicants for EIC ask Media Board to follow its own guidelines, commit to reform selection process Dear members of the UC Davis…

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It’s okay to not be productive right now
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It’s okay to not be productive right now

Prioritize your mental and physical health during this time, save the next Great American novel for later California and many other states have been under shelter-in-place orders for…

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Here are resources available to students on and off campus during COVID-19 crisis
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Here are resources available to students on and off campus during COVID-19 crisis

Food accessibility, tech resources, study resources and grading options, crisis lines and mental health resources, paid administrative leave  While much of the campus remains closed as a result…

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Letter from the editor: The California Aggie’s Spring Quarter operations
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Letter from the editor: The California Aggie’s Spring Quarter operations

Continuing to provide essential news during the COVID-19 outbreak To our readers, UC Davis and city of Davis community: During these uncertain times amid the COVID-19 outbreak, news…

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How do you shelter-in-place?
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How do you shelter-in-place?

The Editorial Board stays busy while attending UC Zoom Kaelyn Tuermer Lee, Editor-in-Chief  While this is not what I envisioned my senior year looking like, I’ve come to…

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Thank you to those who have stepped up amid the COVID-19 crisis
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Thank you to those who have stepped up amid the COVID-19 crisis

We are grateful for healthcare workers, local and state leaders, UC Davis faculty and administration, community helpers As we each do our best to navigate these unnerving and…

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Strong public transportation can make cities more affordable
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Strong public transportation can make cities more affordable

Affordability means more than just housing In recent years, Americans have been leaving the big coastal cities for other locations deemed more affordable. There’s a possibility, however, that…

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The Editorial Board chooses women to celebrate
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The Editorial Board chooses women to celebrate

In honor of International Women’s Month, each member acknowledges the impactful women in their lives Kaelyn Tuermer Lee, Editor-in-Chief Emelia BensonMeyer has been my best friend since I…

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Coronavirus does not warrant mass hysteria
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Coronavirus does not warrant mass hysteria

Remain calm, practice basic hygiene A novel coronavirus — also known as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) — first detected in Wuhan, China has spread to almost 70 locations worldwide,…

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After 54 graduate students dismissed at UCSC, a united front is critical to COLA movement success
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After 54 graduate students dismissed at UCSC, a united front is critical to COLA movement success

University’s reaction to COLA strikers unjust, unwarranted Last week, 54 graduate students at UC Santa Cruz were dismissed from or did not receive their appointment to teaching assistant,…

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Vote in the California March 3 primary
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Vote in the California March 3 primary

Same-day registration available on campus, in city The California primary, consisting of one statewide election and myriad local and district-level elections, will take place on March 3. The…

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Conviction of Harvey Weinstein is not end of holding serial abusers accountable
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Conviction of Harvey Weinstein is not end of holding serial abusers accountable

Weinstein’s conviction is a victory, but systems of gender-based violence must be dismantled entirely Earlier this week, beleagured Hollywood producer and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein was found guilty…

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Apology for egregious acts against Japanese Americans long overdue
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Apology for egregious acts against Japanese Americans long overdue

California State Legislature takes first, but not final step to address injustice The California State Legislature issued a formal apology on Thursday for its role in the internment…

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Graduate student workers’ concerns deserve to be heard by UC Santa Cruz administration
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Graduate student workers’ concerns deserve to be heard by UC Santa Cruz administration

UC Santa Cruz, University of California Office of the President must negotiate with, not arrest, protestors In light of the 17 recent arrests of UCSC graduate student protestors,…

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

Chancellor talks UCPath, AFSCME, diversity, what shows he’s watching The California Aggie Editorial Board sat down with Chancellor Gary May on Feb. 7 to talk about issues concerning…

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