Undergraduate students can retroactively switch grading mode for Spring Quarter 2020 classes
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Undergraduate students can retroactively switch grading mode for Spring Quarter 2020 classes

Academic Senate announces that current students, regardless of academic standing, and Spring Quarter graduates can…

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Bistro 33 closed, ending Davis “Mojito Night” tradition
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Bistro 33 closed, ending Davis “Mojito Night” tradition

COVID-19 leaves negative impact on another Downtown Davis business Bistro 33’s “Mojito Night” has long…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Chancellor May responds to calls from UCD faculty to disband campus police To the Editor: …

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UC Davis Counseling Services staff at odds with SHCS leadership over summer furloughs
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UC Davis Counseling Services staff at odds with SHCS leadership over summer furloughs

Six counselors claim furloughs are unprecedented since 2008 recession, SHCS leadership says furloughs are normal…

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Davis Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop closes after owner compares Black Lives Matter to the Ku Klux Klan
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Davis Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop closes after owner compares Black Lives Matter to the Ku Klux Klan

Local owner Mickey Mann made comments in email to employees, faced repercussions from corporate leaders…

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Davis Black Lives Matter protest draws crowd, despite Facebook controversy
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Davis Black Lives Matter protest draws crowd, despite Facebook controversy

Large group of protesters march to Davis Police Station even though protest was canceled Members…

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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest
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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest

Despite Napolitano, chancellors’ voluntary 10% pay cut, UC faces multiple budget challenges  UC President Janet…

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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue
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Psychology professor and students weigh in on Zoom fatigue

Lack of non-verbal cues, physical tiredness contribute to the phenomenon Without actually seeing people in…

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The California Aggie’s “In 100 Words or Less”
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The California Aggie’s “In 100 Words or Less”

This year’s theme for The California Aggie’s Literary Magazine was “In 100 Words or Less.”…

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One in a thousand: Students like Shondreya Landrum navigate being Black at UC Davis
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One in a thousand: Students like Shondreya Landrum navigate being Black at UC Davis

 Black students, Chancellor May, discuss facing discrimination, finding community In the ASUCD Winter 2019 Elections,…

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Professional sports in US slowly preparing to return
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Professional sports in US slowly preparing to return

Countries across the globe provide glimpse of new reality for live sports As sports leagues…

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Davis businesses struggling, as shown in Davis Chamber of Commerce survey
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Davis businesses struggling, as shown in Davis Chamber of Commerce survey

Over half of Davis businesses surveyed report significant loss of income during shelter-in-place Results from…

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UC is largest educational institution in nation to divest completely from fossil fuels
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UC is largest educational institution in nation to divest completely from fossil fuels

UC sells more than $1 billion in assets from pension, endowment, working capital pools to…

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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd
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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd

Student activists inspired by Black Lives Matter protests across nation call for change in Davis…

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Excursions in and around Davis
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Excursions in and around Davis

Students discuss destinations they consider worth visiting Many students who are still in Davis have…

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