First step to recognizing pain in horses
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First step to recognizing pain in horses

Researchers aren’t horsing around with program to detect equine facial keypoints As technology advances to…

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UC President, university leaders offer statements on Charlottesville
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UC President, university leaders offer statements on Charlottesville

Leaders condemn recent actions of white supremacists, discuss current state of free speech on college…

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Chancellor May attends meet-and-greets with students, faculty, members of the press on first day in new position
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Chancellor May attends meet-and-greets with students, faculty, members of the press on first day in new position

At the press meet-and-greet, May responded to questions about student protest, Katehi’s salary, sexual assault…

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In the Footsteps of the Grand Tour
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In the Footsteps of the Grand Tour

Aggie photographer Taylor Runnells documents a trip through London, Paris, the Alps and Rome The…

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Local governments must step up and fix the housing crisis they helped create
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Local governments must step up and fix the housing crisis they helped create

High housing prices and a shortage of houses threaten California’s future In light of a…

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Chancellor May –– UC Davis officially has its seventh chancellor
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Chancellor May –– UC Davis officially has its seventh chancellor

May discusses plans for coming year, controversial positions on external boards related to defense industry,…

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Magma reservoirs more similar to snow cone than vat of boiling lava
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Magma reservoirs more similar to snow cone than vat of boiling lava

New tools allow for accurate analyses of subsurface systems Kari Cooper, a professor in the…

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Guest: How my role as The Aggie’s copy chief has influenced my perspective of UC Davis
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Guest: How my role as The Aggie’s copy chief has influenced my perspective of UC Davis

A year in reflection: What I’ve learned from editing each and every Aggie article When…

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Humor: Student forgets sunscreen, learns true meaning of UV: Ultraviolent Rays
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Humor: Student forgets sunscreen, learns true meaning of UV: Ultraviolent Rays

Don’t forget the sunblock. Ever. A sunny day at the beach, not a cloud in…

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Joseph A. Farrow named new UC Davis chief of police
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Joseph A. Farrow named new UC Davis chief of police

Farrow has worked with California Highway Patrol for 37 years, held every ranking Joseph A.…

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Tackling tech education in California
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Tackling tech education in California

With more job opportunities in tech, computer science education is expected to evolve To say…

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UC Davis’ first-ever study abroad trip to Nepal quickly filled
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UC Davis’ first-ever study abroad trip to Nepal quickly filled

2017-18 intersession program, “Nepal — Community, Technology, and Sustainability,” will promote international collaboration Between Fall…

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University reverses decision to charge student organizations room reservation fees
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University reverses decision to charge student organizations room reservation fees

ASUCD resolution, petition submitted to administrators On June 27, the Center for Student Involvement (CSI)…

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Humor: Manhunt underway for roommate who used effing oven in this heat
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Humor: Manhunt underway for roommate who used effing oven in this heat

Tension rises as apartment reaches a sweltering 87 degrees Residents of West Village were startled…

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Guest: The two different worlds of transfer students and four-year students
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Guest: The two different worlds of transfer students and four-year students

The academic paths of students may differ, but the need to intermingle remains “What year…

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