Get to know your student government

It's the beginning of the year, and the Associated Students of UC Davis (ASUCD), UC Davis' student government, is gearing up for the upcoming school year. Similar to the United States government, ASUCD is made up of a legislative, judicial and executive branch. Within the legislative branch, there are commissions, groups of students who do specific work for the association. Along with planning events, commissions also see bills that are seen by the senate, and give the senators their opinions on the bills before they are voted on. ...

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New Poverty Research Center comes to Davis

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has given UC Davis a $4 million grant to establish a research to study the causes and effects of policies regarding poverty in the United States. Davis was chosen as one of three schools, along with Stanford University and University of Wisconsin-Madison, to host a center based solely on researching poverty in the United States. ...

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