UCPath payment issues lead to student protests, causing administrative response
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UCPath payment issues lead to student protests, causing administrative response

Similar issues seen when UCPath rolled out at other UC campuses in recent years  UCPath,…

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UC Davis football gets back on track with offensive explosion
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UC Davis football gets back on track with offensive explosion

Aggies even record at 5-5 with two games remaining  The UC Davis football team took…

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New wage law prompts CoHo to raise prices
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New wage law prompts CoHo to raise prices

Minimum wage in California will be set to $15 by 2022, making it more costly…

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Housing shortage addressed in public meetings with university, city, county officials
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Housing shortage addressed in public meetings with university, city, county officials

Representatives from UC Davis, city council, county board of supervisors hosted a yearly meeting on…

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Davis community influences congressional vote over Hong Kong
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Davis community influences congressional vote over Hong Kong

Garamendi votes in favor of Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act after demonstration by…

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Medication abortions to be administered at all California public universities starting 2023
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Medication abortions to be administered at all California public universities starting 2023

With some states rolling back abortion rights, California becomes first state to offer this type…

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Police warn of armed robberies in Davis, one suspect arrested
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Police warn of armed robberies in Davis, one suspect arrested

Davis PD arrested a man in connection to at least one of five recent armed…

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Long-running intercampus shuttle to be replaced with public electric bus service, leaving many riders frustrated
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Long-running intercampus shuttle to be replaced with public electric bus service, leaving many riders frustrated

Current riders feel ignored by administrators regarding objections to the changes A shuttle service provided…

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Software bug hampers Wi-Fi access
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Software bug hampers Wi-Fi access

Campus Wi-Fi gets back to school jitters In early October, with Fall Quarter just underway,…

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Forensic proteomics research provides new tools for crime investigations
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Forensic proteomics research provides new tools for crime investigations

Research in protein analysis uncovers new ways to learn new information regarding crimes  Police officers,…

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Hong Kong protests manifest on UC Davis campus
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Hong Kong protests manifest on UC Davis campus

Davis4HK organizes protest, gathers signatures for members of Congress Fernando Anguiano, a fourth-year community and…

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City Council approves purchase of $138,000 bulletproof armoured vehicle for police department
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City Council approves purchase of $138,000 bulletproof armoured vehicle for police department

Some members of the public present at the meeting questioned whether the vehicle  was best…

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Hexter to leave UC Davis administration at end of academic year
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Hexter to leave UC Davis administration at end of academic year

A long-time college administrator, Hexter has weathered scandal throughout his career UC Davis Provost Ralph…

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Manetti Shrem invites Doug Aitken to speak on new video installation
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Manetti Shrem invites Doug Aitken to speak on new video installation

NEW ERA captures attention,  The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art welcomed…

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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students
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New LSAT format prompts mixed reviews from students

Digitalization of the test allows for additional test dates, reduces paper waste The Law School…

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