A farewell to four years of Aggie sports
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A farewell to four years of Aggie sports

The California Aggie’s sports editor recounts his favorite memories, moments from his time at UC Davis It’s hard not to feel nostalgic about sports, and I, for one,…

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Why do we do what we do?
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Why do we do what we do?

College newspapers are more than just breaking news I knew I wanted to be part of The California Aggie before I even set foot on the UC Davis…

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A not-so grand finale
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A not-so grand finale

Despite an unceremonious end, this is only the beginning. Strangely enough, I’ve always loved newspapers. As a kid, I can remember snatching the Los Angeles Times off its…

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And now for something completely different
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And now for something completely different

Taking a moment The first time I was caught in a bike circle during passing period, I froze. I looked around, caught another person’s tire and crashed. I…

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A change of pace
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A change of pace

The value of an idyllic college town filled with resources is unbeatable Spring Quarter has been filled with remote instruction, working from home, virtual workouts with friends and…

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A note to myself and others
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A note to myself and others

I love my friends so much I think highly of myself. I am mentally strong. I can handle stress and adversity with grace. I enjoy throwing myself out…

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The pure cinema of going to UC Davis
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The pure cinema of going to UC Davis

An insatiable high The beauty of going to UC Davis is that it is endlessly cinematic. If you know where to point the camera, you’re going to capture…

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A maze worth navigating through
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A maze worth navigating through

To the place where I finally found myself I was so excited when I first stepped foot onto the UC Davis campus. Coming from Southern California, I was…

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What a different world I could have lived in
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What a different world I could have lived in

Narrowly escaping a life in ASUCD, I could never be more grateful that I found myself at The California Aggie Looking back, I feel like I haven’t made…

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On questioning and the quest for nuance
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On questioning and the quest for nuance

Evolution of nuanced storytelling as informed by mentors, professors, peers and friends A friend recently told me that nuance is underrated. When I heard that I paused for…

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How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard
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How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard

After four years at The California Aggie, I’m still not ready to say goodbye When I first applied to The California Aggie fall quarter of my freshman year,…

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Humor: Gary May cancels his D&D campaign during COVID-19
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Humor: Gary May cancels his D&D campaign during COVID-19

“All of us are making sacrifices, guys” Chancellor Gary May sits in his office at the top of Mrak Hall. He stands next to his window and looks…

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Only through film can Russia’s soul be captured
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Only through film can Russia’s soul be captured

A glance at Russian cinema unveils a nation that is both honest and misunderstood From the early experimental days of silent films to the needless war dramas of…

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Who is the voice of our generation?
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Who is the voice of our generation?

Picking just one would be a disservice to the uniqueness of our generation  As our generation grows older, we often reminisce about the past. Even before the pandemic…

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Comfort food: Solve your problems by eating them
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Comfort food: Solve your problems by eating them

Have your cake, eat it too Nothing is more comforting than a strong cup of coffee on a bad day. Although most people wouldn’t call coffee “comfort food,”…

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