Over their years on staff, the seniors at The California Aggie have spent countless hours in 25 Lower Freeborn and all over campus, committed to making UC Davis and the city of Davis better places through their work. But they are not only devoted to their work at The Aggie — they are loyal friends, supportive mentors and distinguished students. Graduation for the Class of 2021 may not be the celebration they had anticipated, but despite the unexpected end to their time at UC Davis, this send off should mean no less.
Click below to read senior columns written by The Aggie’s graduating staff as they move on to the next chapter of their lives.
By Sabrina Habchi, Campus News Editor
All I do is talk to or brag about the people in my life, so it should come as no surprise that my senior column is dedicated to them and the magical cowtown I’ve called home for these last four years
By Calvin Coffee, Opinion Editor
A place with a whole lotta hope, heart and heroes
By Liana Mae Atizado, Features Writer
—it must be in an attempt to understand someone who is sharing something
By Brandon Jetter, Arts and Culture Writer
“There is no passion to be found in playing small—in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” -Nelson Mandela
By Itzelth Gamboa, Arts and Culture Writer
Accepting the undeniable truth
By Rebecca Bihn-Wallace, Campus News Writer
The Aggie has been here for me through thick and thin
By Rebecca Gardner, Campus News Writer
On to the next…