“I didn’t want to change my name” — From spending six years in a refugee camp to coming out as a trans woman, how Ko Ser Lu Htoo came into her identity
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UC Regents unanimously vote to suspend use of SAT and ACT in admissions
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UC Regents unanimously vote to suspend use of SAT and ACT in admissions

New test that more closely aligns with what students need to know to prepare for…

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Through the decades: snapshots of UC Davis life from the past 105 years of The Aggie
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Through the decades: snapshots of UC Davis life from the past 105 years of The Aggie

The California Aggie revisits its years reporting on life at Davis through the recently launched…

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UC Santa Cruz police monitored picket lines of graduate students supporting COLA
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UC Santa Cruz police monitored picket lines of graduate students supporting COLA

Recent discovery reminiscent of COLA organizers’ previous, current experiences with policing, drums up motivation to…

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Yolo County passes key reopening benchmarks after change to state guidelines
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Yolo County passes key reopening benchmarks after change to state guidelines

More Yolo businesses will be allowed to reopen under relaxed public health metrics Yolo County…

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UC Davis Law student wins international competition for app that assists domestic abuse survivors
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UC Davis Law student wins international competition for app that assists domestic abuse survivors

Alison Corn’s “Next Steps Advisor” app highlights UC Davis Law School’s emphasis on equal access…

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How are students adjusting in the pandemic era?
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How are students adjusting in the pandemic era?

Class, social networks during COVID-19 In-person classes and campus buildings have been closed for more…

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Yolo County extends shelter-in-place order until May 31, businesses fear economic effects
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Yolo County extends shelter-in-place order until May 31, businesses fear economic effects

Downtown Davis businesses, public entities face further economic uncertainty On April 30, Yolo County extended…

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UC Davis student-run clinics transition to telehealth for duration of pandemic
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UC Davis student-run clinics transition to telehealth for duration of pandemic

Undergraduate, medical students aim to provide care beyond medicine UC Davis medical students, physicians and…

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UCs explore options for reduced density in residence halls for fall based on local impacts of COVID-19
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UCs explore options for reduced density in residence halls for fall based on local impacts of COVID-19

Some campuses could reopen one-third to one-half of dorms Some UC campuses are exploring an…

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UC President thanks UC researchers for COVID-19 related work at UC Davis’ second virtual COVID-19 symposium
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UC President thanks UC researchers for COVID-19 related work at UC Davis’ second virtual COVID-19 symposium

Researchers, medical professionals across UC system share recent work, answer questions regarding novel coronavirus On…

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Parents of UC Davis students who died by suicide turn to advocacy work
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Parents of UC Davis students who died by suicide turn to advocacy work

Suicide needs to be “discussed and addressed,” parents say Content Warning: Suicide. Resources for 24/7…

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Asian giant hornets sighted in US for first time, UC Davis entomologists say media exaggerated severity of issue
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Asian giant hornets sighted in US for first time, UC Davis entomologists say media exaggerated severity of issue

Despite sightings of giant hornet species, spread through North America highly unlikely, experts say  Giant,…

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Third-year UC Davis student files lawsuit against UC demanding pro-rata fee refund
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Third-year UC Davis student files lawsuit against UC demanding pro-rata fee refund

UC, CSU systems sued Disclaimer: The refunds demanded from this lawsuit would directly impact The…

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Confusion emerges over face-covering requirements as businesses enforce Yolo County policies
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Confusion emerges over face-covering requirements as businesses enforce Yolo County policies

Essential businesses, customers face unprecedented scenarios in adapting to new policies mandated by county Local…

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