UC must end contracts with Dignity Health
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UC must end contracts with Dignity Health

Transgender people deserve dignified healthcare The UC’s existing affiliations with health systems that restrict care based on religious doctrine have been found to have “life-threatening” consequences. That’s not…

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New public charge test should not equate wealth with worth
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New public charge test should not equate wealth with worth

Supreme Court places immoral value on human lives in recent ruling “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of…

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Higher education should not come at a higher price
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Higher education should not come at a higher price

UC should take advantage of increased state funding The Editorial Board denounces the tuition hike proposed by the UC Board of Regents. The two different proposals that the…

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Abigail Thompson: Diversity statements are not “political litmus tests”
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Abigail Thompson: Diversity statements are not “political litmus tests”

Diversity statements reflect job applicants’s commitment to equal access to education UC Students deserve professors, lecturers and other university professionals who understand who we are. We are a…

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Equal Rights Amendment marks another, but not final, step toward gender equality
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Equal Rights Amendment marks another, but not final, step toward gender equality

This MLK weekend, don’t just remember, but continue the fight Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment on Wednesday, nearly 50 years after the…

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ASUCD needs you to vote to save student jobs and services
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ASUCD needs you to vote to save student jobs and services

Basic Needs and Services Referendum is crucial to preserving association’s future Our basic services and student jobs are in jeopardy. That’s why students must vote on the  Basic…

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Recently approved respite center in Davis crucial for addressing homelessness
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Recently approved respite center in Davis crucial for addressing homelessness

This first step cannot be end of city’s efforts  Davis City Council took a critical first step toward serving the city’s homeless population on Dec. 17, 2019  by…

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Larger systemic flaws within UC system must be addressed in new decade
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Larger systemic flaws within UC system must be addressed in new decade

New UC President presents unique opportunity to shape future of system As the new decade begins, the UC has an opportunity for improvement. After careful reflection on previous…

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UC Davis students deserve adequate time to study for finals
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UC Davis students deserve adequate time to study for finals

Implement dead week! Finals are on the horizon, and students are suffocated in projects and assignments with approaching deadlines. Due to the pressures of studying for finals week,…

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ASUCD officials manipulate Bylaws to hold special election
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ASUCD officials manipulate Bylaws to hold special election

Special election announced with only one-day notice This week, ASUCD gave students a one-day notice that a special election would be held today through Thursday, after an election…

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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board

Aggie editors reflect on places for which they are thankful Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Editor-in-Chief While I have lived in several different places and have been fortunate to travel across…

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UC Davis will not meet zero waste goal, fails to be transparent about it
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UC Davis will not meet zero waste goal, fails to be transparent about it

Editorial Board calls upon university to release contingency plan Earlier this quarter, when The California Aggie Editorial Board sat down with UC Davis Chancellor Gary May, we asked…

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UC Davis administration needs to take stronger action against hate propaganda
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UC Davis administration needs to take stronger action against hate propaganda

Targeted acts of racism not isolated incidents Last month, the UC Davis community was once again affected by acts of intolerance. First, 25 staff members affiliated with ethnic…

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ASUCD fails to give students fair, ethical elections
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ASUCD fails to give students fair, ethical elections

Voter rights violated in Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections The maintenance of free and fair elections is of utmost importance to all members of the Editorial Board. We…

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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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