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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Guest: Unconditionally restore women’s rowing and men’s swimming
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Guest: Unconditionally restore women’s rowing and men’s swimming

Chancellor Katehi eliminated four collegiate sports in 2010 that need to be restored By now, we’ve all heard about the recent college admissions scandal. Shocking, right? That the…

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Guest: The hidden potential of ASUCD
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Guest: The hidden potential of ASUCD

The outgoing ASUCD Internal Affairs Commission Chair speaks of the good, hard-working people of the Association Divisive, petty, toxic: these are just some of the many acerbic words…

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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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