Editorial: Transparency needed

In evaluating the budget cuts to campus units this week, it became clear the university is doing an adequate job of protecting students from the effects of these cuts. ...

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Column: Haley Davis

Since this is my first political column in The Aggie, I thought focusing on a relatively green political figure would make for an appropriate start. And since I want to keep things light, I thought I'd focus on newly-minted Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.), who we all know and love as a former Saturday Night Live cast member. ...

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Healthy eating tips for the frugal

If there is one thing that the college student stereotype promises, it is being broke and gaining a couple of pounds. Sodexho dietician Linda Adams and nutrition professor Liz Applegate know this stereotype well. Here, they give students suggestions for filling their stomachs with healthy choices, without emptying their wallets. ...

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UC Davis officials thirteenth in nation for Twitter usage

If this article were a Twitter post, or a "tweet," it might tell a story, or give an update on important research being done at the university - and because Twitter limits messages to 140 characters, the simpler the tweet, the better. It would probably go something like this: ...

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Ask Annette

Q: Is it illegal to talk on your cell phone while riding a bike? What about listening to music through headphones? ...

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“Let the wild rumpus start!”

I was surprised to find out that more people haven't read Where The Wild Things Are than I thought. So when I showed them the epic Arcade Fire's "Wake Up" version of the trailer, I was disappointed that they weren't as moved as I was. ...

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The future looks retro

The end of a decade usually signifies a time of reflection and assessment. What the hell happened in the last 10 years? What's changed since we apprehensively watched Dick Clark deliver us into the new millennium? The simple and correct answer is technological progress. But just as the future never goes quite according to plan, technological progress is also never without backlash. ...

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