Letter From The Editor
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Letter From The Editor

Congratulations to the UC Davis Class of 2020 — we did it! While this year has certainly been challenging, forcing us to adapt to unprecedented situations, I’m incredibly proud…

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2019–20 Goodbye Editorial
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2019–20 Goodbye Editorial

The Editorial Board, all nine graduating seniors, says goodbye to The California Aggie Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Editor-in-Chief by Claire Dodd Kaelyn, it is because of you that I’m on…

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Tragedy plus time equals comedy, but how soon is too soon?
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Tragedy plus time equals comedy, but how soon is too soon?

Exploring whether “humor” is still “funny” in midst of pandemic Over these last two months — excuse me, first two months — of “attending” virtual lectures via Zoom,…

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All lives do not matter until Black lives matter
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All lives do not matter until Black lives matter

The Editorial Board expresses its solidarity with nationwide protests for Black Lives Matter movement George Floyd’s tragic death in broad daylight should not come as a surprise. Breonna…

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Retail therapy doesn’t have to be an oxymoron
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Retail therapy doesn’t have to be an oxymoron

It can provide the creative stimulation we need to move forward To many, retail therapy means one of two things — either a “treat yourself” day to splurge…

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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators
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The Editorial Board meets with Chancellor Gary May, UC Davis administrators

May, administrators discuss COVID-19 impact on university, Campus Media Board, mental health The California Aggie’s Editorial Board had a Zoom call with Chancellor Gary May; Provost and Executive…

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Humor: Chancellors hold secret meeting during COVID-19
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Humor: Chancellors hold secret meeting during COVID-19

“How can we keep screwing students if there’s a pandemic?” In this series of investigative pieces, The California Aggie investigates how the COVID-19 crisis has affected individual lives…

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In deep blue California, Republicans find signs of life
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In deep blue California, Republicans find signs of life

Mike Garcia’s special election victory shows Republicans how to succeed in blue states After a sound defeat in the 2018 midterms, California Republicans have a reason to be…

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Female rappers are the future of hip-hop
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Female rappers are the future of hip-hop

With fresh stories and perspectives, female rappers are elevating hip-hop higher than ever before We’re lucky enough to be living in a period that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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Humor: New perspectives on pain, pandemics & human suffering with Zorbulus the Reptilian
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Humor: New perspectives on pain, pandemics & human suffering with Zorbulus the Reptilian

Guidance and wisdom for trying times — from an unlikely source Reporter R.E. Porter is typically tasked with analyzing health and science issues, reporting on leaked government documents…

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Asian Pacific Islander Americans are an integral part of our campus, community
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Asian Pacific Islander Americans are an integral part of our campus, community

May should serve as a month to honor API Americans, not disparage them Each May marks Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, in honor of the checkered history of…

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Pay attention to mental health resources when picking a college
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Pay attention to mental health resources when picking a college

The best college experiences come with the best support systems There’s nothing more exciting than receiving an acceptance letter from your top college. Choosing which school to attend…

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Guest: How UC Davis can reduce the risk of diabetes on campus
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Guest: How UC Davis can reduce the risk of diabetes on campus

UC Davis should lead by example of UCSF, UCLA and reduce sale of sugary drinks while providing healthier alternatives  One in three Americans will get diabetes in their…

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We can still dress up even though we’re stuck at home
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We can still dress up even though we’re stuck at home

Keeping up with a routine can still be meaningful during quarantine   When schools announced temporary remote instruction due to the coronavirus, millions of students across the country had…

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Humor: MU preacher still preaching at the MU
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Humor: MU preacher still preaching at the MU

Should I even talk to him? I walked by the Memorial Union last week and it was completely different. COVID-19 cleared out the campus. Except for one guy. …

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