Tuition to increase by $2,400 should Prop. 30 fail, Student Regent says
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Tuition to increase by $2,400 should Prop. 30 fail, Student Regent says

Student Regent Jonathan Stein and Student Regent-designate Cinthia Flores stopped by the UC Davis campus…

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Opinion: First times
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Opinion: First times

In life, we experience many things for the first time. A first kiss, a first…

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Aggies rise and fall in weekend women’s volleyball series
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Aggies rise and fall in weekend women’s volleyball series

The Aggies started the weekend off with a bang, reaching a level of play that…

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Opinion: Why be bad?
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Opinion: Why be bad?

News in Brief: Buy gifts at the Holiday Craft Affair
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News in Brief: Buy gifts at the Holiday Craft Affair

The Davis Senior Center at 646 A St. will host the Holiday Craft Affair on…

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Provost plants trees with students
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Provost plants trees with students

As part of The Fall Weekend of Service, Ralph J. Hexter, provost and executive vice chancellor,…

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U.S. Green Building Council proposes LEED v4
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U.S. Green Building Council proposes LEED v4

In early November 2010, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) opened the first public comment…

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News in Brief: Sexual assault at Russell Park
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News in Brief: Sexual assault at Russell Park

On Oct. 30 at 4:10 p.m., a victim was walking through Russell Park from work…

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Aggies shut down the Hornets 2-1 in Big West Thriller
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Aggies shut down the Hornets 2-1 in Big West Thriller

After 20 games, 31 goals and countless celebrations and road-trips, the UC Davis men’s soccer…

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Senate Brief
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Senate Brief

ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according…

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Column: More men’s soccer
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Column: More men’s soccer

Well, the comparisons between UC Davis men’s soccer and the San Francisco Giants persist. UC…

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