73 questions with myself, alone in a dorm room
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73 questions with myself, alone in a dorm room

Things go south quickly *knock knock* “Hey Kate! We’re here to ask you 73 questions. Should we jump right into it?” “Yeah, let’s do it!” “Oops, would you…

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Teacher yet to learn swearing in class doesn’t make him cool
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Teacher yet to learn swearing in class doesn’t make him cool

Never have the RateMyProfessor comments presented a more united front Middle school was likely the last time an offhand curse word sparked any emotion in students’ hearts. Unfortunately,…

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UC Davis launches new on-campus bakery: Gary Maykery
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UC Davis launches new on-campus bakery: Gary Maykery

Because what else would it be called? Preheat those ovens, because UC Davis is getting a new on-campus bakery, courtesy of a large donation made by the chancellor.…

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In memoriam, financial corruption
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In memoriam, financial corruption

Bernie Madoff is dead Bernie Madoff, the prince Ponzi pusher and embodiment of financial corruption is dead at age 82. With his death, the financial industry, America and…

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Taking a minute to humble Trader Joe’s
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Taking a minute to humble Trader Joe’s

I’m losing friends over this I bought a pair of boxing gloves and scheduled an appointment with a therapist just for this article—I’m ready for the backlash.  I…

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Terrible news: Two people you hate just started dating
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Terrible news: Two people you hate just started dating

They deserve each other, but the worst among us don’t deserve them Theodore was in one of your classes. He’s undeclared but keeps telling people he’s planning on…

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UCD genetics department starts making new animals ‘just for fun’
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UCD genetics department starts making new animals ‘just for fun’

“Why cure cancer when I can make like, a really big rat?” Cancer research will have to wait as UC Davis genetic students have grown tired of their…

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Major League Baseball versus the Georgia Voting Laws
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Major League Baseball versus the Georgia Voting Laws

Nobody knows who they’re sticking it to New voting laws passed in Georgia to appease former President Donald J. Trump, and supporters of the “Stop the Steal” campaign…

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Why study abroad when Davis is essentially the new-and-improved London?
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Why study abroad when Davis is essentially the new-and-improved London?

I see London, I see France, I can study abroad in my underpants Hey you! Are you dying to study abroad? Dying to meet that special someone overseas…

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Student completes more thorough background check on TA than NCIS within first five minutes of class
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Student completes more thorough background check on TA than NCIS within first five minutes of class

On a mission to discover everything but the syllabus Let’s face it. No one particularly cares for Zoom introductions, especially the one-sided rambling of your apathetic teaching assistant…

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UC Davis offers new ‘Cow Wrangling’ major, comes with free hat and whip
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UC Davis offers new ‘Cow Wrangling’ major, comes with free hat and whip

Yeeeeeeeeehaw! “We at UC Davis support all kinds of education, and we want to allow students to follow their dreams of eating beans and dying of dysentery,” said…

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The end of Scrooge McDucking
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The end of Scrooge McDucking

The war on the rich Cryptocurrency is in the news again, as Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange platform, made its market debut to an $86 billion valuation—this marks a…

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If the COVID-19 vaccine companies were perfumes
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If the COVID-19 vaccine companies were perfumes

Coming to stores near you this holiday season BY KATE HARGES — klharges@ucdavis.edu  As I’m sure many can relate, the vaccine names Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson…

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Student’s mental health day makes mental health worse
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Student’s mental health day makes mental health worse

De-stress at your own peril BY ANNABEL MARSHALL — almarshall@ucdavis.edu  In—at this point—moderately-precedented times, it is important to set aside time for oneself. Many colleges advise students to…

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DoorDash has some bold post-pandemic plans
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DoorDash has some bold post-pandemic plans

Going above and beyond normalcy COVID-19 has not been great. However, it does not mean that all have suffered. Many billionaires saw their wealth increase during the pandemic…

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