Lecturers discuss obstacles, plans for remote instruction
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Lecturers discuss obstacles, plans for remote instruction

Faculty explore alternatives to engage, offer flexibility to students  Following UC Davis’ decision to implement…

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Review: “Stupid Love”
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Review: “Stupid Love”

Lady Gaga’s lead single for Chromatica proves colorless, drab On Feb. 28, Lady Gaga released…

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Davis Farmers Market remains open during coronavirus pandemic, enacts extra precautions
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Davis Farmers Market remains open during coronavirus pandemic, enacts extra precautions

Davis Farmers Market will no longer have samples, increases sanitary measures like local grocery stores…

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Sixth cancellation in 111 years: Picnic Day chair comments on decision
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Sixth cancellation in 111 years: Picnic Day chair comments on decision

Other Picnic Day cancelations due to WWII, outbreak of hoof-and-mouth disease, gym construction The UC…

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Unconventional finals week affects exams — and students’ performance
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Unconventional finals week affects exams — and students’ performance

Moving out of the dorms, proctored or canceled finals, and more: How the evolving COVID-19…

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Vote on tuition increase for UC system postponed, future uncertain with COVID-19
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Vote on tuition increase for UC system postponed, future uncertain with COVID-19

Currently unknown how COVID-19 will impact proposed UC tuition hike The vote on a UC-wide…

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UC Davis students launch new ‘trinity’ trend, this time with desserts
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UC Davis students launch new ‘trinity’ trend, this time with desserts

Davis Dessert Trinity challenges students with a sweet tooth to eat at Davis Creamery, Sweet…

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Emperor Trump is stark naked, but at least half the population doesn’t care
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Emperor Trump is stark naked, but at least half the population doesn’t care

The president’s handling of the global pandemic should cost him re-election, but will it? For…

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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency
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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency

City’s landlords cannot evict renters unable to pay rent due to pandemic, related workplace closures…

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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19
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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19

UC Davis Health prepares for expected surge in coronavirus patients in the upcoming weeks  Employees…

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Yolo County conducts widespread outreach to hard-to-count populations before 2020 Census
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Yolo County conducts widespread outreach to hard-to-count populations before 2020 Census

Student, immigrant communities among hardest to measure, officials say Yolo County officials are partnering with…

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Here’s a bunch of good stuff to watch: 30 TV shows, 100 movies online now
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Here’s a bunch of good stuff to watch: 30 TV shows, 100 movies online now

The best of what’s on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Kanopy, Tubi, Crackle, Vudu My friends…

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Yolo County confirms first COVID-19 fatality
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Yolo County confirms first COVID-19 fatality

Elderly Yolo County patient with underlying health issues dies after contracting COVID-19 On March 22,…

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Commentary: The Day the Sports World Stood Still
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Commentary: The Day the Sports World Stood Still

Five professors share their favorite books
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Five professors share their favorite books

Professors from different departments share their favorite non-academic reads Just like their students, professors are…

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