Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal
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Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal

May said he feels left out Late last month, it was reported that the UC system admitted 64 students due to their connections with staff or donors. The…

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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side
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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side

If white folks like doing it this much, it’s gotta be fun. “The best way to punish a wicked system within capitalism is to use capital––your dollar,” begins…

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Armchair Psychologists Association fails to take off on-campus
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Armchair Psychologists Association fails to take off on-campus

When it comes to the mental health of others, don’t be an armchair psychologist Second-year Bonnie Devlin and third-year Ayden Herman have banded together to create the Armchair…

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Ask Amy: Dear Amy, it’s me, Amy (you), and I’m stuck in a dead-end job. Help!
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Ask Amy: Dear Amy, it’s me, Amy (you), and I’m stuck in a dead-end job. Help!

Advice columnist Amy Dickinson faces her toughest challenge yet Dear Amy: As you probably know, I’ve been writing the nationally syndicated advice column “Ask Amy” for over a…

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Stand-up comedian tests material out against the toughest audience: a Zoom breakout room
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Stand-up comedian tests material out against the toughest audience: a Zoom breakout room

He just wanted to make someone laugh Laughter is truly the best medicine. That is why Arian Reeves became a stand-up comedian. Hearing the laughter of an audience…

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Voter fraud, shmoter shmaud! Your ballot is being counted by the Chuck E. Cheese Ticket Muncher
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Voter fraud, shmoter shmaud! Your ballot is being counted by the Chuck E. Cheese Ticket Muncher

Prizes include the presidency and the future of our democracy The following is an anonymous letter believed to be written by notorious supervillain, Mr. Munch. Written on Nov.…

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How redefining ‘polluted water’ as ‘holy water’ could affect Barrett on water law cases
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How redefining ‘polluted water’ as ‘holy water’ could affect Barrett on water law cases

Clues to how Amy Coney Barrett might decide cases involving the Clean Water Act There has been much discussion of how new Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s…

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Seasonal flu set to make big comeback after rise of COVID-19
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Seasonal flu set to make big comeback after rise of COVID-19

“I’m ready to prove all the haters wrong” “COVID-19 is only as bad as the flu!” “COVID-19 is worse than the flu!” That’s what we have been hearing…

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A conversation with a serial non-profit creator
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A conversation with a serial non-profit creator

There is no better clout than generosity Second-year Chris Ryan is known as “The Non-Profit Guy” around campus and this is a title that he wears with pride.…

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Chancellor Gary May needs to start using clickbait in his emails
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Chancellor Gary May needs to start using clickbait in his emails

If Logan Paul can get millions of views, so can Chancellor Gary May When I first opened an email from Chancellor Gary May, I vowed to never open…

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Self-proclaimed anarcho-communist Kayleigh Smith rushes Sigma Numa Numa despite ideological conflicts
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Self-proclaimed anarcho-communist Kayleigh Smith rushes Sigma Numa Numa despite ideological conflicts

Peter Kropotkin would TOTALLY be a SigEp Sigma Numa Numa, a well-established sorority at UC Davis, recently had the pleasure of virtually welcoming its 2020 bid class. Among…

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Chancellor Gary May’s latest email
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Chancellor Gary May’s latest email

Can he really say that? In this series of investigative pieces, The Aggie investigates how the COVID-19 crisis has affected individual lives in our community. The following letter…

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The toilet paper panic, a recap
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The toilet paper panic, a recap

What were we thinking? Now that we are seven horrid months into the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to revisit one of the strangest occurrences that happened at the…

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Why referring to UC Davis as ‘UCD’ is incredibly offensive
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Why referring to UC Davis as ‘UCD’ is incredibly offensive

 A PSA to UC Students from the Davis community Three months ago, the UC community on Reddit was sent into a frenzy when a UC Berkeley student requested…

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My terrifying election predi—No I’m serious! Why am I in the humor section?!
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My terrifying election predi—No I’m serious! Why am I in the humor section?!

This is not a humor article! Well, Election Day is almost here. The news reports are aflutter with ledes like, “soon, we will know who America’s next president…

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