Photo of the Week

Good thing I got out of class right at 11:50 a.m. and not five minutes later. ...

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Ask EPPC

Hopefully y'all have switched to Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) already since these hip new light bulbs are four times more efficient and last up to 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs, not to mention they use 50 to 80 percent less energy. ...

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Davis thespians keep Shakespeare alive

The thought of William Shakespeare may elicit memories of sitting slumped over your desk in your high school English class, struggling to make sense of Hamlet or Much Ado About Nothing. However, a dedicated group of students at UC Davis want you to know one thing. ...

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Life on Mars

Since MUSE in 2004 and Jason Mraz in 2008, the Entertainment Council has brought some major names in the music industry to play at Freeborn Hall. On Sunday at 7 p.m., 30 Seconds to Mars will join that list, along with Middle Class Rut as the opening act. ...

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Column: N-raged

Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, one of the most enduring works by one of America's most beloved authors, is read and enjoyed by millions of students every year. ...

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CD review: The Jacka

Mob Figaz' very own Jacka released his fifth solo album entitled Flight Risk on Tuesday. Styles P, Yukmouth, Turf Talk and other notable rap artists are featured on some of the 11 total tracks on this album. ...

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CD review: Tapes n’ Tapes

Tapes n' Tapes was formed in the cold boundaries of Minnesota in 2003. Consequently, they recorded their first album in the numbingly freezing Wisconsin woods. ...

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“I got the part!”

Whether it's for television, movies or the stage, the first step to making it big is getting through the grueling task of auditioning. ...

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Artsweek

THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: "Fantasy"; Swiss Family Skiers, Angora Debs, The Hondettes, DJ Toddles; Sa Moana: The Sea Inside. ...

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