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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Fun Facts about the Davis Farmers Market
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Fun Facts about the Davis Farmers Market

Interesting tidbits about one of Davis’ classics   It’s open… rain or shine!   The…

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In memoriam: Janice Corbett
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In memoriam: Janice Corbett

UC Davis alumna, Cal Aggie Alumni Association, ASUCD leader described as example of Aggie Pride…

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Keeping the magic alive
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Keeping the magic alive

Davis students give children in need magical experience For decades, Disney’s cinematic genius has brought…

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Success of Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success
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Success of Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success

Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success offers robust resources, support for students On…

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Fire, smoke erupt in downtown Davis: Estimated $80,000 in structural damage
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Fire, smoke erupt in downtown Davis: Estimated $80,000 in structural damage

Dumpling House, surrounding businesses temporarily closed At 5:24 p.m., Fire Division Chief Joe Tenney received…

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What’s next for Entertainment Council?
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What’s next for Entertainment Council?

After Chance, alt-J, BØRNS and Khalid, it can only get bigger and better. When ASUCD’s…

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Armadillo Music offers more than vinyl
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Armadillo Music offers more than vinyl

Local record store presents live, in-store shows Armadillo Music is not only a mecca for…

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Behind the scenes of assistant coaching
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Behind the scenes of assistant coaching

With multiple facets to the job, assistant coaching is more than meets the eye In…

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Proposed Unitrans fare hike is first in 14 years
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Proposed Unitrans fare hike is first in 14 years

Unitrans currently running $450,000 deficit, projected $750,000 next fiscal year if no changes made On…

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Three-day strike held UC-wide
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Three-day strike held UC-wide

AFSCME workers joined in solidarity by other unions, students, faculty Three days of striking began…

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Introducing Aggie Compass
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Introducing Aggie Compass

Basic needs center in newly-expanded MU Aggie Compass, a UC Davis Basic Needs Center for…

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Undocumented Art and Activism: A Dialogue with Natalia Deeb-Sos
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Undocumented Art and Activism: A Dialogue with Natalia Deeb-Sos

Art, activism, being undocumented collide For many artists, their productions are their best attempts at…

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