Farmers’ protests highlight India’s failing democracy
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Farmers’ protests highlight India’s failing democracy

With India’s failure to uphold democratic values on display, it is imperative that we stand in solidarity with farmers In our current political age and climate, we have…

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Farmers’ protests highlight India’s failing democracy
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Farmers’ protests highlight India’s failing democracy

With India’s failure to uphold democratic values on display, it is imperative that we stand in solidarity with farmers In our current political age and climate, we have…

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To the men of ASUCD
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To the men of ASUCD

I notice The name of the elected ASUCD official who penned this op-ed has been omitted in order to protect her identity.  To the men of ASUCD: When…

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The paradox of cancel culture
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The paradox of cancel culture

We must reassess structures of power and punishment and consider how a culture of silencing arose Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by guest contributors belong to them…

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Resolution 25 was inappropriately characterized as anti-Semitic and dangerous
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Resolution 25 was inappropriately characterized as anti-Semitic and dangerous

We can build understanding and respect on our campus by showing sensitivity to the rights of both Israelis and Palestinians This past Spring, ASUCD Senate passed Resolution 25,…

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The 2020 Election is closer than you think
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The 2020 Election is closer than you think

 Polls show a commanding lead for Biden, but other trends point to a repeat of 2016 Nov. 3. is four days away and millions of Americans have already…

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BREAKING NEWS: Local freshman is invincible to COVID-19
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BREAKING NEWS: Local freshman is invincible to COVID-19

“I’ve just been doing all this stuff, and I haven’t gotten sick” In this series of investigative pieces, The California Aggie investigates how the COVID-19 crisis has affected…

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Our healthcare system has failed those they deem undiagnosable and untreatable
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Our healthcare system has failed those they deem undiagnosable and untreatable

The healthier everyone is, the more we all benefit Last Spring, I enrolled in a sociology class called Society, Culture and Health. Part of our final for the…

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Student Housing department displays blatant disregard for employee welfare
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Student Housing department displays blatant disregard for employee welfare

Student employees are forced to face financial, housing insecurity in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic On Aug. 6 I received news that, in order to combat the financial…

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Guest: Why more and more citizens take to the streets to protest
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Guest: Why more and more citizens take to the streets to protest

And the numbers keep growing Eight minutes and 46 seconds — the length of time Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on the right side of George Floyd’s neck.…

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Guest: Disband the UC Davis police force now
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Guest: Disband the UC Davis police force now

UC Davis faculty members call on the chancellor, administration to disband campus police, dissociate from other law enforcement agencies   Dear Chancellor May and the administration of University of…

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Guest: How UC Davis can reduce the risk of diabetes on campus
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Guest: How UC Davis can reduce the risk of diabetes on campus

UC Davis should lead by example of UCSF, UCLA and reduce sale of sugary drinks while providing healthier alternatives  One in three Americans will get diabetes in their…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

The Aggie’s tribute to Bill Withers acknowledges his struggle with stuttering  To the Editor:  Re “Bill Withers: remembering a laid-back legend in soul” by Andrew Williams (arts, May…

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Guest: COVID-19 will devastate the medical system
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Guest: COVID-19 will devastate the medical system

Medical providers are grossly underprepared to test or treat the virus  The author of this op-ed is a nurse who works in Sacramento. The name of the author…

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Guest: Vote “Yes” on Measure G
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Guest: Vote “Yes” on Measure G

Measure G ensures that teachers receive the compensation they deserve  Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual columnists belong to the columnists alone and do not necessarily…

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