Breaking: students victim of armed robbery outside Tercero dining commons
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Breaking: students victim of armed robbery outside Tercero dining commons

One student was punched in the face multiple times At 4:10 a.m. on Sunday morning,…

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Feeding wildlife comes with a cost
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Feeding wildlife comes with a cost

New fines imposed on those feeding creatures in Davis Though locals have grown accustomed to…

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Aggies streak into bye week with blowout win
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Aggies streak into bye week with blowout win

UC Davis football firing on all cylinders in Big West opener The UC Davis football…

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Fall Quarter preview: exciting events to look forward to
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Fall Quarter preview: exciting events to look forward to

Events include Sunset Festival, Involvement Fair, Internship and Career Fair A number of exciting events…

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Regents vote to decrease tuition
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Regents vote to decrease tuition

Budget plans approved for 2018-19 school year On July 19, 2018, the UC Board of…

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UC Davis Football: 2018 season preview and game 1 recap
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UC Davis Football: 2018 season preview and game 1 recap

Aggies start new campaign off on right foot As we approach the final stretch of…

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What do professors do during summertime?
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What do professors do during summertime?

Summers are spent working, traveling, giving back to the community Summer in Davis can be…

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Looking for a place to work on campus?
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Looking for a place to work on campus?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered College is expensive — virtually all college students take…

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Cartoon: No. 1 Freshman Tip
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Cartoon: No. 1 Freshman Tip

  By: Ariel Hilomen — opinion@theaggie.org Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong…

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Yolo Democratic Party calls for investigation into Student Judicial Affairs
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Yolo Democratic Party calls for investigation into Student Judicial Affairs

Claims of bias against low-income students, ethnic, racial minorities The Yolo County Central Committee has…

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UC Davis community renounces Dixon vice mayor’s controversial column calling for Straight Pride American Month
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UC Davis community renounces Dixon vice mayor’s controversial column calling for Straight Pride American Month

Vice Mayor Ted Hickman tells UC Davis faculty, staff to read first amendment UC Davis…

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To Boldly Go, Aggie Square updates: draft for strategic plan released, state funding secured for satellite campus
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To Boldly Go, Aggie Square updates: draft for strategic plan released, state funding secured for satellite campus

State allocates $2.8 million for chancellor’s Aggie Square project The Chancellor’s Office, in conjunction with…

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Welcome to The California Aggie
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Welcome to The California Aggie

Over the past 103 years, The California Aggie has grown from a small publication run…

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Students who held Mrak Hall sit-in in January placed on disciplinary probation
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Students who held Mrak Hall sit-in in January placed on disciplinary probation

Protests over proposed tuition hike leads to disciplinary action Six students and members of Students…

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Gary May reflects upon first year as chancellor
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Gary May reflects upon first year as chancellor

Chancellor answers questions about student activism, union negotiations,accessibility of on-campus mental health care The California…

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