Campus continues Picnic Day talks

Tuesday night students and police met on campus to discuss this year's Picnic Day, though no decision was made regarding the future of the holiday. ...

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Ask EPPC: Composting

It may seem difficult to be eco-friendly while living in an apartment due to lack of space or unsupportive roommates, but starting your own composting bin can be simple and useful. ...

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Column: Interviewing secrets

It's the season for summer internships/post-grad job applications, and that means upcoming interviews. Interviewing used to terrify me - I'm not the best public speaker in the world. But after prepping many others for interviews and being the interviewer as well as the interviewee, I figured out how to handle any curveball from a potential employer. ...

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Column: Forever 21 done right

Since its University Mall debut at the beginning of the month, Forever 21 has quickly become a Davis hot spot: Many have walked through its huge shiny doors in hopes of finding stylish new additions to their wardrobe. Three years ago - when a less fabulous first-year Mario lived in Cuarto and bought stuff from the old Gottschalks - a tapioca milk tea from The Old Teahouse was the hottest accessory a U-Mall patron could sport. Now, Forever 21's infamous yellow plastic bags are all the rage and hang from the wrist of every satisfied customer. ...

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Aggie Daily Calendar

Are You Positive You're Negative? STI Testing; Baskets of Love Project Donations; East Quad Farmers Market; Davis Energy Service Corps Free Screening: Kilowatt Ours; Students for Nichiren Buddhism Meeting; Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous Meeting. ...

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Ask Katehi

I am concerned that I can't afford to be a student at UC Davis next year. What are my options? What financial resources do I have? ...

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Photo of the Week

Cache Creek Nature Preserve (CCNP) is a microcosm of California history. Native Americans, farmers, miners and environmentalists have fought and cooperated for rights to use this 130-acre space. Only 25 minutes from Davis, it's an accessible place to get away for an afternoon and learn about riparian habitats. Throughout the 20th century, however, mining the creek's gravel reserves took precedence. Machines and open pits dominated the landscape, extracting gravel to fuel suburban construction. Today, some of those same mining companies fund the Cache Creek Conservancy's restoration effort. ...

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The “masters of feeding”

Insect-eating bats likely save the U.S. agricultural industry at least $3 billion per year in pest control, according to an analysis published in this week's Science magazine's "Policy Forum." ...

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