Superhero Now: Superhero Feuds, Part II
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Superhero Now: Superhero Feuds, Part II

In my column yesterday, I noted the sudden interest in traditionally good superheroes going toe to toe against each other to provide a thrilling, hyped-up battle, only to…

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Superhero Now: Superhero Feuds, Part I
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Superhero Now: Superhero Feuds, Part I

Friends fight; that’s an undeniable fact. And superheroes, it seems, are no different than the rest of us in this respect. Batman v Superman and Captain America: Civil…

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Humor: Smartsite maintenance to be halfway completed by fall 2020
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Humor: Smartsite maintenance to be halfway completed by fall 2020

A tragic update to the Smartsite outage rocks the Davis community It is now the fourth bleak day of Smartsite maintenance and a new announcement has just been…

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Shuyi Qi Cartoon
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Shuyi Qi Cartoon

Humor: UC Davis chancellor position to be filled on a weekly basis
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Humor: UC Davis chancellor position to be filled on a weekly basis

The move ensures controversial figures don’t stay in power long After having made what appears to be two hiring mistakes in leadership over the past couple of weeks,…

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Something new, something Blue
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Something new, something Blue

New UC Davis athletics director appointed by acting chancellor Earlier this week, Acting Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter appointed Dr. Kevin Blue as the new UC Davis director of…

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Humor: Leftover budget to be spent on iPod shuffles for every student
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Humor: Leftover budget to be spent on iPod shuffles for every student

So 2000s. What’s next? Lizzie McGuire and Pablo getting back together? Remember the thrill of your first iPod? You had HitClips, but 45 seconds of your favorite song…

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Leadership is not locking your friend in the bathroom
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Leadership is not locking your friend in the bathroom

The bathroom in my house locks from the outside — if you close the door as you’re leaving, whoever’s inside is trapped. I can think of several fates…

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Turn of the Page
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Turn of the Page

How courtiers can help us succeed Perhaps one of the most inaccessible areas of study in American universities is the High Renaissance. From the contemplation of nude paintings…

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Protect trans* bathroom rights
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Protect trans* bathroom rights

Obama issues ordinance to combat discriminatory bathroom laws President Barack Obama issued an ordinance on May 13, demanding that public schools allow transgender students access to the bathroom…

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Humor: Local bicycling superstitions
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Humor: Local bicycling superstitions

Like avoiding black cats, finding four leaf clovers and throwing salt behind you, there are many strange ways to enhance or damage your luck. Bicycling is no different,…

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Humor: Entertainment Council books Drake for Lawntopia
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Humor: Entertainment Council books Drake for Lawntopia

Rapper says it’s “time to come home” After many years of attempting to get a headline artist, ASUCD Entertainment Council (EC) has booked the artist they have been…

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Humor: Engineering buildings to get churro carts
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Humor: Engineering buildings to get churro carts

John Wiley and Sons, a well-known publisher of extremely expensive textbooks and BFF to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, has graciously offered to sponsor a project on the UC…

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The Middle
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The Middle

The term “1.5 generation” has become increasingly popular, perhaps even more so than “first generation” as a way to describe immigrants whose parents did not grow up in…

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#NeverTrump
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#NeverTrump

The Editorial Board encourages students to exercise their right to vote It took Donald Trump less than a week as the presumptive Republican nominee to thoroughly embarrass himself.…

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