Aggies falter on the road
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Aggies falter on the road

After beating the past two Big West Conference champions at the Pavilion to open league…

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Aggies prove to be T.S.U.
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Aggies prove to be T.S.U.

Before the Aggies' first home meet of the 2010 season on Sunday, the program introduced…

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Column: A red light means stop
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Column: A red light means stop

Even people who don't follow politics are subject to its consequences. This becomes far more…

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Column: F is for fat
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Column: F is for fat

Weenie columns, part II
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Weenie columns, part II

Two bills to increase transparency and accountability at UCs, CSUs
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Two bills to increase transparency and accountability at UCs, CSUs

Eradication of invasive moth begins in late January
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Eradication of invasive moth begins in late January

The eradication of the Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM) will soon be underway later this…

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Dim outlook for literature and language jobs in academia
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Dim outlook for literature and language jobs in academia

Students considering graduate school for the humanities may have cause to hesitate. The Modern Language…

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Student, mother die in drunk driving accident
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Student, mother die in drunk driving accident

Student Richard Jung, 21, passed away on New Year's day, after an unlicensed and allegedly…

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Student activists organize bike ride to State Capitol
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Student activists organize bike ride to State Capitol

UC Davis students seeking reform and restructuring of the University of California will bike their…

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Police Briefs
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Police Briefs

Just a drag: A known suspect pickpocketed someone and removed a cigarette on Pine Lane.

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Editorial: Beeman investigation
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Editorial: Beeman investigation

Jennifer Beeman, former director of the Campus Violence Prevention Program, severely inflated the number of…

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Editorial: Food stamp benefits
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Editorial: Food stamp benefits

Over 4 million people in California are considered eligible for the federal government's Supplemental Nutrition…

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Guest opinion: Saffron Zomer
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Guest opinion: Saffron Zomer

"Because our future economic well being is so dependent on education, …we can no longer…

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