“That’s so Davis”: the course that revolves around milking cows at the break of dawn
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“That’s so Davis”: the course that revolves around milking cows at the break of dawn

ANS 49C gives students the opportunity to apply their knowledge to hands-on work with dairy…

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A look into the lives of two student-run jewelry businesses on campus
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A look into the lives of two student-run jewelry businesses on campus

Encapsulated Co., Flower Dangles use Instagram to reach student body Some students find a hobby…

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Founders of Davis Farmers Market tell their story
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Founders of Davis Farmers Market tell their story

From Bolani to Upper Crust Baking to Good Humus and back: how a small co-op…

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Aggie Profile: Treehouse Vintage founder Kenny Gagni
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Aggie Profile: Treehouse Vintage founder Kenny Gagni

Gagni talks shopping vintage, owning his own shop, shifts in modern fashion The corners of…

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Campus Judicial Board applications close today
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Campus Judicial Board applications close today

CJB members uphold academic integrity, social responsibility through hearing panels, outreach, educational efforts Since 1911,…

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Dear Kobe: A final farewell to my idol
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Dear Kobe: A final farewell to my idol

Everything he did in the uniform and for the sport of basketball will never be…

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AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers
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AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers

Tentative agreements signify end of three years of over 25,000 union-represented employees working without a…

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UC Davis softball ready to begin marathon season
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UC Davis softball ready to begin marathon season

Aggies will rely on upperclassmen to launch another successful run In the blink of an…

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Vote on tuition hike for UC put on hold after Regents receive fierce backlash
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Vote on tuition hike for UC put on hold after Regents receive fierce backlash

Students alerted only a week prior to planned vote In a plan to provide more…

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Here’s how five UC Davis students are fighting climate change through daily actions
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Here’s how five UC Davis students are fighting climate change through daily actions

Amid climate crisis, UC Davis students do their part to lessen their ecological footprints In…

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Aggies pick up victory over Bulldogs
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Aggies pick up victory over Bulldogs

Swim and Dive post numerous PR times on Senior Day en route to conference win…

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UC professors work on collaborative research to explain tiger stripes of Enceladus, Saturn’s tiny, icy moon
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UC professors work on collaborative research to explain tiger stripes of Enceladus, Saturn’s tiny, icy moon

Reasoning for cracks, water eruptions from Saturn’s moon modeled in collaborative research A tiny, frozen…

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UC Davis staff, student employees enrolled in DuoMobile
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UC Davis staff, student employees enrolled in DuoMobile

System designed to prevent hacking through “second factor” identification On Jan. 15, “all remaining unenrolled…

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WarnMe test planned for Jan. 29
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WarnMe test planned for Jan. 29

January test first of three planned for this year A WarnMe test is planned for…

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Eighty food-insecure seniors requesting aid from Yolo County Meals on Wheels
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Eighty food-insecure seniors requesting aid from Yolo County Meals on Wheels

Decline in funding for Meals on Wheels contributes to lengthy waitlist Meals on Wheels is…

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