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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Letter to the Editor: Leaving Greek life unchecked enables entitlement among members
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Letter to the Editor: Leaving Greek life unchecked enables entitlement among members

To the Editor: On Feb. 8, a friend and I arrived at the Pavilion early to get seats in the front row of the middle section for the…

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Guest: Refugee international medical graduates brain waste in Sacramento
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Guest: Refugee international medical graduates brain waste in Sacramento

IMGs face barriers to contributing to the U.S. economy, communities Our world-class economy in the United States is a result of four centuries of immigrant contributions and their…

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Guest: Capitalist deception and corporate universities
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Guest: Capitalist deception and corporate universities

The UC system must be democratized for students and workers to obtain power over their everyday lives It’s well known that those with power and influence disproportionately craft…

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Guest: UC Davis had a white supremacist and Nazi speak on college radio. Let that sink in.
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Guest: UC Davis had a white supremacist and Nazi speak on college radio. Let that sink in.

KDVS allows Richard Spencer to promote racism and genocide On Feb. 5, an event occurred here on campus that should be regarded by the entire community of UC…

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Letter to the Editor: Chancellor May: ICA’s alleged violation of student fee initiatives
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Letter to the Editor: Chancellor May: ICA’s alleged violation of student fee initiatives

To the Editor: Re “Dear Chancellor May — It’s time for ICA to stop playing games with student fees” by Paul Medved (guest opinion, Jan. 30):   I’m…

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Guest: Dear Chancellor May — It’s time for ICA to stop playing games with student fees
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Guest: Dear Chancellor May — It’s time for ICA to stop playing games with student fees

Student fees continue to pay for sports that UC Davis doesn’t offer anymore Dear Chancellor Gary May, The news that UC Davis will once again offer a 15th…

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Guest: Return on Investment for Research and Development
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Guest: Return on Investment for Research and Development

Nobody likes giving something for nothing. It stands to reason that governments seek out investments that deliver returns for their people. When these returns are intangible and non-monetary,…

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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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