Bottles for Poverty recycles for change
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Bottles for Poverty recycles for change

One man’s trash may certainly be another man’s treasure. But who would have thought that…

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News-in-brief: César Chávez event is this Saturday
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News-in-brief: César Chávez event is this Saturday

The city rescheduled the César Chávez Celebration from March 31 to April 7 due to…

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Aggies even their record
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Aggies even their record

The Aggies entered spring break looking to build some momentum as they prepared to return…

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Twelve U.S. Bank protesters ordered to court for misdemeanor charges
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Twelve U.S. Bank protesters ordered to court for misdemeanor charges

Twelve protesters involved in the U.S. Bank blockade on campus have been ordered to court…

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Students may soon state their sexual orientations on registration forms
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Students may soon state their sexual orientations on registration forms

The University of California is working on a proposal which would give new students the…

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Full task force report release postponed for fourth time
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Full task force report release postponed for fourth time

According to University of California General Counsel Charles Robinson, the public release of the task…

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Student mixes ‘100 Beats’
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Student mixes ‘100 Beats’

Sharing a personal diary with people usually takes a lot of courage, but junior communication…

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Pepper spray task force results may be released in early April
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Pepper spray task force results may be released in early April

On Tuesday, California Supreme Court Associate Justice Cruz Reynoso and chair of the pepper spray…

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Aoki comes to Davis
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Aoki comes to Davis

News-in-brief: UC Berkeley Chancellor Birgeneau steps down
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News-in-brief: UC Berkeley Chancellor Birgeneau steps down

UC Berkeley chancellor, Robert J. Birgeneau has announced his resignation Tuesday after seven years of…

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Darkness breeds discomfort on Davis streets
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Darkness breeds discomfort on Davis streets

Although the general sentiment seems to be that the UC Davis campus and surrounding community…

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Proposed $10 student organization room fee suspended
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Proposed $10 student organization room fee suspended

UC Davis Conference and Event Services  (CES) rescinded a proposed room reservation fee March 6…

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Domes still seeking new residents after re-opening
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Domes still seeking new residents after re-opening

The Domes at Baggins End are currently searching for student applicants to live in five…

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Picnic in the Park resumes with beginning of spring
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Picnic in the Park resumes with beginning of spring

Not only is the beautiful weather an indicator of the changing seasons, it also means…

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Yolo Federal Credit Union opens branch downtown
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Yolo Federal Credit Union opens branch downtown

As of 10 a.m. yesterday, the new Downtown Davis branch of the Yolo Federal Credit…

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