Campus continues Picnic Day talks
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Campus continues Picnic Day talks

Tuesday night students and police met on campus to discuss this year's Picnic Day, though…

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Whole Earth Festival to return to its roots
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Whole Earth Festival to return to its roots

With the spring season blooming around the corner, so will the highly anticipated Whole Earth…

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Animal rights group claims foul play at primate research center
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Animal rights group claims foul play at primate research center

The animal rights group Stop Animal Exploitation Now! (SAEN) is accusing UC Davis of a…

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New program allows students to become the teachers
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New program allows students to become the teachers

Ask EPPC: Composting
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Ask EPPC: Composting

It may seem difficult to be eco-friendly while living in an apartment due to lack…

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Column: Interviewing secrets
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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…

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Column: Forever 21 done right
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Column: Forever 21 done right

Since its University Mall debut at the beginning of the month, Forever 21 has quickly…

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Aggie Daily Calendar

Are You Positive You're Negative? STI Testing; Baskets of Love Project Donations; East Quad Farmers…

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Ask Katehi
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Ask Katehi

UC Davis hopes to see rise in out-of-state students on campus
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UC Davis hopes to see rise in out-of-state students on campus

In an effort to combat the university's potential $107 million budget shortfall, UC Davis admitted…

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Athlete, writer shows “How to Grieve”
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Athlete, writer shows “How to Grieve”

Though the words, "I'm so sorry for your loss" may be comforting to some, for…

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Inside the game with…
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Inside the game with…

New committee to provide resources to first-generation, underrepresented students
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New committee to provide resources to first-generation, underrepresented students

Members of ASUCD are in the process of forming a new committee that aims to…

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Photo of the Week
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Photo of the Week

Cache Creek Nature Preserve (CCNP) is a microcosm of California history. Native Americans, farmers, miners…

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The “masters of feeding”
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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…

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