Column: An atheist at Easter
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Column: An atheist at Easter

The problem with leaving religion behind is that your family usually doesn't do it with you. This Easter, as with every Easter, I went home in honor of…

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Editorial: Aid elimination penalty
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Editorial: Aid elimination penalty

Students convicted of drug offenses were again left behind last month when Congress passed the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act.

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Letters to the editor
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Letters to the editor

Editor's note: The California Aggie has received an overwhelming number of letters urging the administration not to remove any of its 27 Intercollegiate Athletics teams. The following writings…

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Column: Can’t win ’em all
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Column: Can’t win ’em all

Well, it was rainy as shit for a lot of last week, right after I wrote a column about how glorious the spring weather in Davis is. And,…

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Column: Going green
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Column: Going green

Everyone is going green. We're buying hybrid cars and using canvas grocery bags to decrease our carbon footprint. We're eating more locally grown food and installing energy efficient…

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Column: Things to do butt-naked
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Column: Things to do butt-naked

So I was standing in line at SaveMart, buying my usual DiGiorno pizza, when I saw a Cosmopolitan magazine. Of course, there was some half-naked woman on the…

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Guest opinion: Greg Warzecka
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Guest opinion: Greg Warzecka

I'm sure that by now many of you have read or heard something about the gravity of the financial problems at UC Davis and the potential impact on…

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Column: Unhappy holidays
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Column: Unhappy holidays

Holidays are wonderful, and most people look forward to and prepare for their favorite ones. You don't have to work, you can spend time with family, or you…

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Column: Exercise etiquette
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Column: Exercise etiquette

With the exception of cleaning up after myself, I don't do anything half-assed. I take normal shit - shit most people would consider to be blah and mundane…

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Column: To raise the dead
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Column: To raise the dead

My brother's friend Peter died a few months ago in a head-on collision on a two-lane highway near the bombsite he worked at in the Mojave Desert. I…

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Editorial: Online instruction
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Editorial: Online instruction

Last week, the UC Commission on the Future came up with several ideas to reduce the impact of the budget deficit. One scheme expanding access to courses is…

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Column: Material girl
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Column: Material girl

Being a gay individual, I get asked lots of questions. "When did you realize you were gay?" is a popular one. "How did your parents react?" gets asked…

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Column: Your fail is showing
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Column: Your fail is showing

Sometimes I wish I were a chimpanzee. I'd finally have license to fling poo at people who annoy me. I'd draw fewer weird looks when crouched in the…

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Column: At the airport
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Column: At the airport

I'm in the middle of the everyday hustle and bustle of the Sacramento International Airport.

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Editorial: Healthcare reform
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Editorial: Healthcare reform

After over a year of partisan back-and-forth, infighting and debate, President Barack Obama signed the final parts of the healthcare reform bill into law earlier this week.

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