Guest Opinion: Linda P.B. Katehi
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Guest Opinion: Linda P.B. Katehi

To the UC Davis community: Over the past several weeks, we have had many productive discussions across our campus about how we should respond to the recent incidents…

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Column: Judging Mary Jane
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Column: Judging Mary Jane

Toward the end of last school year, there were several instances of what I imagined to be the smell of burning rubber tires seeping through my dorm windows.…

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Editorial: Anti-racism speaker
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Editorial: Anti-racism speaker

Last week, the UC Davis Cross Cultural Center invited anti-racism author Tim Wise to speak about how to recognize and minimize racism in America.

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Column: Faith and doubt
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Column: Faith and doubt

Perhaps it's appropriate that we're in Old Town Sacramento when the conversation of ghosts and demons comes up. It's Paul, Jerrel and I eating hot dogs after the…

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Column: A word from Wise
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Column: A word from Wise

Last week I attended a guest lecture by Tim Wise, who is considered a notable anti-racist activist. The theme of his nearly two-hour speech was "white privilege" in…

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Column: Of coming too soon and glitter
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Column: Of coming too soon and glitter

I had three papers to write last week, averaging no more than two hours of sleep each night. Cinco de Mayo was on Wednesday and it would have…

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Column: Taylor Swift’s a dirty sinner
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Column: Taylor Swift’s a dirty sinner

If Taylor Swift thinks she can bat her whopping eyelashes at me and win me over, she is sorely mistaken.

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Editorial: UCCS program
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Editorial: UCCS program

The UC Center Sacramento announced last week that UC Davis is stepping up to the take management control of the center.

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Letter to the editor: Alberto Torrico
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Letter to the editor: Alberto Torrico

Fifty years ago, visionary leaders created California's Master Plan for Higher Education. For decades, the master plan provided millions of Californians with opportunities to pursue their academic ambitions…

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Column: My wonderwall
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Column: My wonderwall

When this asshole named David Hasselhoff blew off an interview that his minions had requested with the Aggie, he cruelly obliterated my childhood dream of having my boobies…

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Letter to the editor: ASUCD Senators
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Letter to the editor: ASUCD Senators

The Aggie's editorial on April 29 criticizing urgent spending measures was well intentioned, but we feel it needs some clarification: ASUCD Senate meetings are always open to the…

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Column: Policing Islamic women
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Column: Policing Islamic women

Although the impulse to help people by controlling them may sound like a good idea to some, adhering to democratic ideals strike it from the list of viable…

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Column: Drifting along
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Column: Drifting along

It was almost a year ago to the day last Sunday (possibly untrue) when I was startled from a booze-induced bout of hibernation by four hoodlums crawling through…

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Column: Facebook faux pas
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Column: Facebook faux pas

As much as I hate to admit it, social networking sites are becoming an inevitable part of our social and working lives. Facebook messages are starting to replace…

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Column: Stride with pride
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Column: Stride with pride

I'd like to wish everyone a happy hump day and a happy Cinco de Mayo! If you find me downtown, say hi. Margaritas will be gladly accepted.

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