Guest: The case for female friendship in college
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Guest: The case for female friendship in college

Looking past the narrative that “boys are way less drama” There’s an all-too-common narrative among young women claiming that boys are just so much easier to hang out…

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Guest: Health care models — America’s options
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Guest: Health care models — America’s options

The U.S. receives a lower quality of health care at an exorbitant price Disparity, high costs and prohibitive complexity are long-standing trademarks of American health care. The federal…

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Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Seeking solutions beyond recycling To the Editor: Re: “What can we do about the plastic problem?” by Jessica Driver (column, Nov. 13): I agree with attacking the plastic…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

UC Davis did not ignore anti-Semitic sermon   To the Editor: Re “UC Davis remains silent in wake of anti-Semitic sermon” (Op-Ed, Nov. 2):   I first want…

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Guest: Come as you are
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Guest: Come as you are

UC Davis Chancellor Gary May responds to provocative fliers posted around campus A seemingly benign flier that appeared around UC Davis over the weekend serves as a reminder…

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Guest: An outside perspective on the importance of journalism
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Guest: An outside perspective on the importance of journalism

Journalists are crucial in the fight against anti-intellectualism, falsehoods In the most adroit of times, the pen consistently proves itself mightier than the sword. Two tenacious young men…

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Guest: UC Davis remains silent in wake of anti-Semitic sermon
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Guest: UC Davis remains silent in wake of anti-Semitic sermon

The school fails to address hate speech directed at Jewish students On July 14 and 21, Imam Ammar Shahin from the Islamic Center of Davis gave anti-Semitic sermons…

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Guest: Wildfires ravage California as climate apocalypse looms
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Guest: Wildfires ravage California as climate apocalypse looms

Lawmakers continue to turn a blind eye despite glaring climate changes The smell of sulfur and burned metal hung in the air last week as ash rained down…

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Guest: A Quiet Problem: Regulate bump stocks, not suppressors
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Guest: A Quiet Problem: Regulate bump stocks, not suppressors

Democrats should turn their attention away from the SHARE Act In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, we hear shouts and murmurs from both sides of the…

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Guest: Dear Chancellor May: Please restore a badly broken trust
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Guest: Dear Chancellor May: Please restore a badly broken trust

Reuniting the community with truth and transparency after years of corruption Dear Chancellor May, The UC Davis campus, including its extended community, has been put through a lot…

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Guest: The (Un)Associated Students of the University of California, Davis
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Guest: The (Un)Associated Students of the University of California, Davis

ASUCD must address its numerous flaws and damaged reputation As a three-year ASUCD member and former Internal Affairs Commission Chairperson, I garnered a comprehensive understanding of ASUCD’s numerous…

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Guest: How bipolar disorder II made me a better person
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Guest: How bipolar disorder II made me a better person

Receiving an accurate diagnosis can stabilize everyday life I received a diagnosis of bipolar disorder II this past June, shortly after I turned 20. It was the first…

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Guest: Learning how to fully maximize and appreciate the Davis experience
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Guest: Learning how to fully maximize and appreciate the Davis experience

After three years at UC Davis, here are the most important lessons I’ve learned As a fourth-year undergraduate, UC Davis is my second home because the people here…

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Guest: Trump administration’s order to end DACA will be felt in federal, local economies
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Guest: Trump administration’s order to end DACA will be felt in federal, local economies

California has highest number of approved DACA applications The Trump administration announced on Sept. 5 an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a move…

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Guest: Where do we draw the line between utility and addiction when cell phones dominate our lives?
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Guest: Where do we draw the line between utility and addiction when cell phones dominate our lives?

Millennials are loosening their grip on technology to learn to live in the present A few weeks ago, I got home from work only to realize that I…

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