No one can be honest on social media
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No one can be honest on social media

 Even our private accounts are for the public I’ve had quite a tenure on Instagram.…

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The second woman at UC Davis Veterinary School shares her path to education
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The second woman at UC Davis Veterinary School shares her path to education

Janet Sanford speaks about her experience as the second woman admitted to UC Davis School…

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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote
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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote

Information released regarding future instruction, commencement Editor-in-Chief Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Managing Editor Hannah Holzer, Campus News…

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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled
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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled

Instruction to be done remotely for most, if not all, of spring Classes will be…

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Review: Andy Shauf
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Review: Andy Shauf

Sad boy anthems make for soulful night Have you ever come across a song that…

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Aggies show glimpse of bright future in another series win
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Aggies show glimpse of bright future in another series win

UC Davis baseball stays hot before season suspended The UC Davis baseball team wrapped up…

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UC Davis Lacrosse beats Georgetown behind second half turnaround
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UC Davis Lacrosse beats Georgetown behind second half turnaround

Aggies maintain winning streak with 15-14 win over Hoyas Despite a slow start at the…

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Solano County declares local emergency amid three separate cases of coronavirus to monitor, contain COVID-19
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Solano County declares local emergency amid three separate cases of coronavirus to monitor, contain COVID-19

Travis AFB clears majority of Diamond Princess quarantine  Solano County declared a local state of…

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Why COLA is so dire, according to a Ph.D. student
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Why COLA is so dire, according to a Ph.D. student

Kirsten Schulmacher discusses balancing intense workload of being a teaching assistant while also a Ph.D.…

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Center for Neuroscience cancels NeuroFest 2020 due to rising concerns of  coronavirus
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Center for Neuroscience cancels NeuroFest 2020 due to rising concerns of coronavirus

Free program rescheduled to March 13, 2021 The Center for Neuroscience was set to hold…

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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection
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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection

Digital archive, dating back to 1915, now available through California Digital Newspaper Collection The California…

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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis
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In-person finals canceled at UC Davis

Finals to either be administered as alternative assignments, online examinations or eliminated altogether UC Davis…

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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students
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Assembly Bill 2176 would prohibit systems like Unitrans from collecting fees from students

Free public transportation for California college students introduced in Assembly Bill 2176 California State Assemblymember…

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Black Curl Magic: African American students embrace their culture, their identity through their hair
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Black Curl Magic: African American students embrace their culture, their identity through their hair

Thick, textured hair is a blessing, one that reflects beauty of a culture, community Tiana…

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Girl Barn: Bike Barn promotes female empowerment
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Girl Barn: Bike Barn promotes female empowerment

How UC Davis’ Bike Barn is changing the culture around women in mechanics According to…

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