Guest: The benefits of the student advocate
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Guest: The benefits of the student advocate

The ASUCD Internal Affairs Commission Chair explains the possible role of the student advocate ASUCD is incredibly important to this school. From the CoHo to the Bike Barn…

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Guest: Our housing at their cost: A call for student solidarity with UC workers
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Guest: Our housing at their cost: A call for student solidarity with UC workers

Students must support AFSCME’s strike As students have found themselves in desperate need of affordable housing, the university has responded with the Long Range Development Plan, which recommends…

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Letter to the Editor: Administration counters The Aggie’s editorial criticizing UC Davis response to anti-Semitic fliers
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Letter to the Editor: Administration counters The Aggie’s editorial criticizing UC Davis response to anti-Semitic fliers

To the Editor: Re “UC Davis, ECAC fails Jewish community” (editorial, Oct. 15): There are several misstatements in this editorial, it contains factual errors and it carries an…

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Letter to the Editor: Interfaith statement addressing anti-Semitic fliers at UC Davis
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Letter to the Editor: Interfaith statement addressing anti-Semitic fliers at UC Davis

To the Editor: Re “Anti-Semitic fliers posted throughout campus” (campus news story, Oct. 9): In the early hours of Monday, Oct. 8, anti-Semitic fliers were distributed on the…

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Guest: Congregation Bet Haverim condemns recent anti-Semitic flyers at UC Davis
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Guest: Congregation Bet Haverim condemns recent anti-Semitic flyers at UC Davis

The Board of Directors of CBH calls upon the university to uphold its principles of community On Monday, Oct. 8, the leadership of Congregation Bet Haverim (CBH) was…

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Guest: A reflection on the efforts to crush student voices and Palestinian activism’s future
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Guest: A reflection on the efforts to crush student voices and Palestinian activism’s future

The watchlist Canary Mission recently targeted UC Davis student activists Near the end of Spring Quarter, students across diverse communities gathered in efforts to make ASUCD the first…

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Guest: Why do Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism never get the proper attention?
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Guest: Why do Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism never get the proper attention?

Anti-Semitic remarks ignored by UC Davis administration Anti-Semitism is not a new concept; it has been around for centuries, but in the past years, it has taken a…

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Guest: Students for Justice in Palestine — kill and expect love?
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Guest: Students for Justice in Palestine — kill and expect love?

SJP responds to recent guest opinion by Aggies for Israel While we do not normally care to respond to statements released by Aggies for Israel or any of…

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Guest: Aggies for Israel — choosing love over hate
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Guest: Aggies for Israel — choosing love over hate

AFI addresses the hateful rhetoric surrounding their organization and members On March 5, we stood and watched in horror as the place we call home was defamed. That…

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Guest: Health Coverage — Protecting your personal investment: a note to graduates
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Guest: Health Coverage — Protecting your personal investment: a note to graduates

The importance of health insurance coverage for new graduates The two of us are among dozens of commencement speakers at California’s colleges and universities this year who are raising…

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Guest: Time to play hardball with student fees
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Guest: Time to play hardball with student fees

After passing a fee initiative, who keeps the university compliant and accountable? The Aggie’s recent story “Administrators overrule student advisory council’s 2017 vote to reject increase in student…

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Guest: A day of remembrance for the 70th anniversary of Nakba
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Guest: A day of remembrance for the 70th anniversary of Nakba

Palestinians remember their displacement with the creation of Israel May 15 is a tragic day for Palestinians. Known as al-Nakba (the catastrophe), this day is one of mourning,…

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Guest: What Israel means to me
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Guest: What Israel means to me

President of Aggies for Israel celebrates 70th anniversary of Israel’s establishment This year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Israel. On April 18, Aggies of different…

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Guest: Unitrans 50 years ago
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Guest: Unitrans 50 years ago

President of ASUCD from 1966 to 1967 shares the story of Unitrans’ conception In the fall of 1965, I had just returned to UC Davis for the beginning…

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Guest: Speak freely — but be watched
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Guest: Speak freely — but be watched

Campus “watchlists” threaten freedom of speech for students A diverse group of student activists came together on Mar. 5 to build a mock apartheid wall at the Memorial…

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