ASUCD representatives demand that UCD pay student workers immediately
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ASUCD representatives demand that UCD pay student workers immediately

Lack of action from the UC underscores negligence, irresponsibility To the University of California Office of the President,  We, as a representative body for undergraduate students at UC…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Administrators respond to the Aggie’s editorial on UCPath To the Editor:  Re “Transition to UCPath has proved disastrous for student workers” by the Editorial Board (editorial, Nov. 1): …

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Former director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement Scott Lloyd responds to The California Aggie’s editorial on DNA sampling of migrants To the Editor:  Re: “DNA sampling of…

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Guest: University students deserve access to medication abortion on campus
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Guest: University students deserve access to medication abortion on campus

To our future patients  As future medical providers, we are faced with the impending challenge of meeting patients’ needs in an era of historic hostility to health care…

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“First Lady of Wine” Heidi Peterson Barrett talks success as pioneer winemaker
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“First Lady of Wine” Heidi Peterson Barrett talks success as pioneer winemaker

Former UC Davis student has now influenced wine industry Heidi Peterson Barrett, queen of the American winemaking industry, an icon and oenological legend, was born in Berkeley, CA,…

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“Yesterday” offers musical fun with philosophical plot twists
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“Yesterday” offers musical fun with philosophical plot twists

Film questions trends and authenticity in music world If you’re a fan of movies written by Richard Curtis (“Love Actually,” “Notting Hill” or “About Time”) or directed by…

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Humor: Murder on the Orientation Express
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Humor: Murder on the Orientation Express

“May Otto the Arboretum Otter rest his soul” You know, there is something about a tangle of strangers pressed together for days with nothing in common but the…

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America hasn’t learned its lesson on immigration
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America hasn’t learned its lesson on immigration

Chinese exclusion set the stage for present day immigration policies, mistreatment of migrants at the southern border Martin Luther King Jr. reminded us that, “Injustice anywhere is a…

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Guest: UC Davis climbs ladder to a carbon-free campus
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Guest: UC Davis climbs ladder to a carbon-free campus

UC cannot meet sustainability goals without students’ help Besides being unbelievable, it’s also heartbreaking to see the results of our negligence of the environment. We constantly hear about…

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Guest: UC Davis’ inadequate mental health resources
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Guest: UC Davis’ inadequate mental health resources

What will campus do to address students’ health after Mental Health Awareness Month has ended? Words are some of the easiest things to gift to any cause. They…

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Guest: The police, again
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Guest: The police, again

In light of the brutalization and arrest of Jennifer Michelle Cedeno-Ornelas, professors Seeta Chaganti and Joshua Clover argue for the disarming of UC Davis police The brutalization and…

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Guest: What does it mean to be a white supremacist?
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Guest: What does it mean to be a white supremacist?

Defenses of Blue Lives Matter and Zionism showcase white supremacy on campus In the past few days we’ve seen a shooting at a synagogue by a white man…

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Guest: California’s chance to break its single-use plastic addiction
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Guest: California’s chance to break its single-use plastic addiction

Senate Bill 54 would dramatically decrease California’s plastic usage A few Sundays ago, I went on a trip to the Marin Headlands with my housemates for our quarterly…

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Guest: Canary Mission is only part of the issue
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Guest: Canary Mission is only part of the issue

The long history of Palestinian repression Created in 2014, Canary Mission is a blacklist that serves as a response to the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) Movement that…

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Guest: Why I resigned from ASUCD
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Guest: Why I resigned from ASUCD

Senator Noah Pearl argues that anti-Zionist rhetoric forced him out of ASUCD “Tolerance implies no lack of commitment to one’s own beliefs. Rather it condemns the oppression or…

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