Protect California’s undocumented immigrants
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Protect California’s undocumented immigrants

SB 54 provides additional security, peace of mind to law-abiding residents Senate Bill 54, or the California Values Act, was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on…

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Mental health: Catching the warning signs before the symptoms become severe
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Mental health: Catching the warning signs before the symptoms become severe

Intense stress renders college students especially vulnerable to mental illness As a college student, I can say that this period in our lives often provides us with the…

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Cartoon: Always looking on the bright side
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Cartoon: Always looking on the bright side

  Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong to the cartoonists alone and do not necessarily indicate the views and opinions held by The California…

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Humor: Escaped lab rats found in DC food, students find it tastes better
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Humor: Escaped lab rats found in DC food, students find it tastes better

Rat meat brings flavor, possibility of plague to Tercero After a catastrophic two inches of rain — more than the Davis area has seen in months which have…

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Humor: Davis announces iClicker X with facial recognition, students must now take own iClickers to class
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Humor: Davis announces iClicker X with facial recognition, students must now take own iClickers to class

A sad day for students everywhere On the ten year anniversary of iClicker, CEO Bob Trabajo announced the iClicker X with glass backing and facial recognition. “We’ve truly…

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Humor: Student finally figures out “Gary May” is name of chancellor and not an unfinished sentence
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Humor: Student finally figures out “Gary May” is name of chancellor and not an unfinished sentence

What may Gary do next? First-year student Grace Hackie could be heard yelling the question “Gary may WHAT?” last Thursday into her acai bowl, which she received in…

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Humor: For sale: textbook, used, like, once
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Humor: For sale: textbook, used, like, once

A brief story of tragedy The cold light of the waiting room was piercing. I fumbled with my keys in my pocket. It had been hours. There was…

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Guest: The (Un)Associated Students of the University of California, Davis
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Guest: The (Un)Associated Students of the University of California, Davis

ASUCD must address its numerous flaws and damaged reputation As a three-year ASUCD member and former Internal Affairs Commission Chairperson, I garnered a comprehensive understanding of ASUCD’s numerous…

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Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

It is my pleasure to welcome all those at UC Davis and the surrounding community back to school. For incoming first-year and transfer students: I hope you find…

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Guest: How bipolar disorder II made me a better person
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Guest: How bipolar disorder II made me a better person

Receiving an accurate diagnosis can stabilize everyday life I received a diagnosis of bipolar disorder II this past June, shortly after I turned 20. It was the first…

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Cartoon: Financial Aid
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Cartoon: Financial Aid

    By: Julie Torres Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong to the cartoonists alone and do not necessarily indicate the views and opinions…

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Humor: Five ways to ask a fellow Aggie if you can sit with them at the CoHo
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Humor: Five ways to ask a fellow Aggie if you can sit with them at the CoHo

Solutions to the problem no one is addressing It can be daunting to approach a stranger and ask to sit with them, but with the recent influx of…

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Guest: Learning how to fully maximize and appreciate the Davis experience
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Guest: Learning how to fully maximize and appreciate the Davis experience

After three years at UC Davis, here are the most important lessons I’ve learned As a fourth-year undergraduate, UC Davis is my second home because the people here…

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Introvert: The inverted side of the extroverted coin
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Introvert: The inverted side of the extroverted coin

Introverts get the short stick, but misconceptions are slowly eroding This is an age of social and identity stratification, and many groups are making their voices heard. Until…

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Humor: Student starts club for cricket, fake sport made by globalists to push deep state’s agenda
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Humor: Student starts club for cricket, fake sport made by globalists to push deep state’s agenda

CRICKET IS NOT REAL. FAKE NEWS. Sidney James, a second-year communications major, has taken the initiative to start a club on campus in an attempt to bring together…

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