Guest: Why are we striking?
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Guest: Why are we striking?

The vice president of UC Davis’ UPTE-CWA urges UC to come back to the bargaining table University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE) are striking. 10,000 University of California…

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Guest: UC Davis must involve Jewish students in conversations about anti-Semitism on our campus
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Guest: UC Davis must involve Jewish students in conversations about anti-Semitism on our campus

A Jewish student leader argues that Jewish Voice for Peace’s mission isn’t to combat anti-Semitism I was scrolling through my newsfeed at the beginning of Winter Quarter when…

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Guest: UC Davis, don’t hide behind the First Amendment
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Guest: UC Davis, don’t hide behind the First Amendment

A police officer and licensed attorney argues that Professor Clover’s words aren’t as protected as the university has made them out to be UC Davis Professor Joshua Clover,…

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Guest: Why the Israeli-Palestinian debate belongs at UC Davis
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Guest: Why the Israeli-Palestinian debate belongs at UC Davis

An outgoing ASUCD Senator argues that the Israeli-Palestinian debate has a place in student government Imagine the moment you found out you’d be continuing your education at UC…

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Guest: The double standard with Aggie Pride and sports
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Guest: The double standard with Aggie Pride and sports

Students must support the men’s and women’s basketball teams in equal measure Aggie students and fans tend to have this belief and notion that we take pride in…

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Guest: The downturn of our civic dialogue
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Guest: The downturn of our civic dialogue

Assemblyman James Gallagher argues UC Davis should fire Professor Joshua Clover Some stories sound too outrageous to be true. But the excellent investigative column by The California Aggie…

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Guest: The Wall, immigration and The War Racket
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Guest: The Wall, immigration and The War Racket

KDVS and Shields Library’s Gary Saylin argues that money should go toward improving life — not furthering death Most of the immigrants trying to cross the border are…

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Guest: Blue Lives Matter is unacceptable, even after tragedy
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Guest: Blue Lives Matter is unacceptable, even after tragedy

Mourn Officer Corona — but don’t support Blue Lives Matter and the Thin Blue Line 49. That’s the number of unarmed black Americans who were killed by police…

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Guest: Chancellor May fails our university community through problematic investments
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Guest: Chancellor May fails our university community through problematic investments

Gary May sits on the board of Leidos, a defense contractor that profits off of war UC Davis is no stranger to controversy. Under the leadership of Chancellor…

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Guest: We can’t live in a lawsuit
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Guest: We can’t live in a lawsuit

In light of housing insecurity, an ASUCD senator criticizes approved housing projects currently held in limbo As the rainy weather saturates our city, I can’t help but think…

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Guest: Eulogy for The California Aggie newsroom
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Guest: Eulogy for The California Aggie newsroom

A former Aggie opinion editor mourns his college newsroom The California Aggie newsroom is a nostalgia machine. Anybody who’s spent any real time in 25 Lower Freeborn knows…

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Letter to the Editor: Harmful Republican ideologies do not belong at UC Davis
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Letter to the Editor: Harmful Republican ideologies do not belong at UC Davis

To the Editor: Re: “The elephant in the room” (features article, Dec. 11): While I agree that there should always be healthy debates between different ideologies, if the…

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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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