Alcohol amnesty policy a step in right direction
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Alcohol amnesty policy a step in right direction

UC Davis grants conditional immunity to students in drug, alcohol emergencies   UC Davis recently became the third UC campus to enact an amnesty policy for its students.…

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Perspective in Politics: Does identity play too much of a role?
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Perspective in Politics: Does identity play too much of a role?

Identity politics can often pressure people to adopt assigned beliefs With recent political developments, identity politics play a large role in how the public interprets and discusses key…

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Humor: UC Davis now No. 1 in Cabbage Patch agriculture
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Humor: UC Davis now No. 1 in Cabbage Patch agriculture

The Aggies produce the freshest babies in the game UC Davis is no stranger to agricultural success: it has killed it with olive oil, saved the tomato industry…

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Humor: Climate change — Hoax, voodoo magic or both?
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Humor: Climate change — Hoax, voodoo magic or both?

The Aggie asks the important questions about global warming There has recently been an abundance of natural disasters across America, prompting the question: Could it be possible that…

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Putting an end to mental health stigma
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Putting an end to mental health stigma

Both those with and without mental illness must feel comfortable talking about it Mental health stigma is primarily composed of two sides: the surrounding society and the person…

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Before Gary May, an unsuccessful attempt was made at a “student-built” chancellor
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Before Gary May, an unsuccessful attempt was made at a “student-built” chancellor

  By Julie Torres (This article is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The story and the names of “sources” are fictionalized.)  

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Welcoming Fall Quarter columnists, new academic year
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Welcoming Fall Quarter columnists, new academic year

New columnists to address both the political and personal Welcome back to school, Aggies! It’s wonderful to be back on campus, and just a quick look around will…

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Treasonous transgressions: Confederate statues and their false patriotism
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Treasonous transgressions: Confederate statues and their false patriotism

Robert E. Lee and other Confederate leaders were traitors, not patriots There’s something deeply misguided about the clamor and rage from those opposing the removal of Confederate monuments…

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Humor: Worst student you know to start advice blog
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Humor: Worst student you know to start advice blog

Finally, we can get true wisdom from student Nicole Darn, the top human It’s not easy getting by in college, and no one knows this more than third-year…

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Freshmen: Do not feed
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Freshmen: Do not feed

      (This article is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The story and the names of “sources” are fictionalized.)   Written By: Elliot…

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Rethinking how we interpret the past
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Rethinking how we interpret the past

Rethinking how we interpret the past Do you ever look into the past and wonder why you consider a certain historical actor a hero or a villain? Or…

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Guest: Trump administration’s order to end DACA will be felt in federal, local economies
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Guest: Trump administration’s order to end DACA will be felt in federal, local economies

California has highest number of approved DACA applications The Trump administration announced on Sept. 5 an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a move…

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Guest: Where do we draw the line between utility and addiction when cell phones dominate our lives?
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Guest: Where do we draw the line between utility and addiction when cell phones dominate our lives?

Millennials are loosening their grip on technology to learn to live in the present A few weeks ago, I got home from work only to realize that I…

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Humor: Student writes Taylor Swift-style revenge song about CoHo barista who wronged her latte
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Humor: Student writes Taylor Swift-style revenge song about CoHo barista who wronged her latte

Band-Aids don’t fix bullet holes or soy milk preferences for second-year Kimberly Timber Kimberly Timber, a second-year chemical engineering major at UC Davis, has finally had it with…

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Guest: Anti-Semitism: Social justice’s blind spot
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Guest: Anti-Semitism: Social justice’s blind spot

The Davis community failed to take a stand against an anti-Semitic hate crime At 3:45 a.m. on the morning of Jan. 22, a heinous, racially-charged vandalism was committed…

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