View country-restricted content on the internet
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View country-restricted content on the internet

If you watch a lot of television via the internet, chances are high you have…

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ICC’s Countdown to Summer!
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ICC’s Countdown to Summer!

Welcome to week four of the ICC’s Countdown to Summer!  Each week the Internship and…

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Column: The end?
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Column: The end?

Are you familiar with the phrase “happily ever after”? It’s often used to conclude children’s…

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Campus Chic
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Campus Chic

Ethan Anderes, assistant professor of statistics The Aggie: What are you wearing? Anderes: “Faded Levi’s,…

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Nuclear physicist and art critic son to discuss issues in creative process
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Nuclear physicist and art critic son to discuss issues in creative process

Nobel laureate Martin L. Perl, a professor emeritus in physics at the SLAC National Accelerator…

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Column: myTunes
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Column: myTunes

Kick back, relax and imagine we’re taking a road trip together. We don’t know each…

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Universities turn to lecturers in place of tenured faculty during hard times
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Universities turn to lecturers in place of tenured faculty during hard times

A trend sweeping across U.S. universities seems to have missed the University of California campus…

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Who’s your favorite professor?
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Who’s your favorite professor?

Every so often there is a teacher who extends office hours a precious two hours before…

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Whole Earth Festival approaches, planning is in full swing
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Whole Earth Festival approaches, planning is in full swing

DQ University seeks to rebuild
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DQ University seeks to rebuild

When commuting between UC Davis and Winters, there seems to be a lot of open…

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News-in-Brief: Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference this weekend
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News-in-Brief: Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference this weekend

The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference will be held on Friday and Saturday.…

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“Algebra for all” policy flawed, according to study
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“Algebra for all” policy flawed, according to study

Learning algebra too early in life could be more harmful than beneficial to some students,…

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Softball preview
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Softball preview

Teams: UC Davis vs. No. 19 Stanford; at UC Santa Barbara Records: Aggies, 18-25 (8-4);…

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Column: Scientific hoaxes
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Column: Scientific hoaxes

Last week, the subject of my column was of scientists being honest but wrong. This…

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SHAWCing Tips
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SHAWCing Tips

Prepare to be disgusted: Many products we use every day, such as lipstick, gelatin, candy…

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