News in Brief: Fire damages South Davis house
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News in Brief: Fire damages South Davis house

Yesterday, at around 12:45 p.m., a La Paloma Court home in South Davis caught the…

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‘Yarn Bombing’ takes over campus
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‘Yarn Bombing’ takes over campus

Ann Savageau’s Design 70: Introduction to Textile Structure class created a yarn bombing installation in…

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Column: From dust to us
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Column: From dust to us

Our planet is a very interesting place. I understand that arguments could be made against…

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Column: Almost there
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Column: Almost there

The blind can see the light
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The blind can see the light

Blindness affects all demographics within the United States. While some cases occur at birth, other…

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Column: Sexy Science
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Column: Sexy Science

This isn’t your grandmother’s science. This isn’t your nursery rhyme, “apple a day keeps the…

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Aggies keep weekend series short and sweep
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Aggies keep weekend series short and sweep

The Aggies caught a bit of “road-rage” this weekend against Cal Poly and Santa Barbara…

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Column: Campus STDs
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Column: Campus STDs

Redness, swelling, irritation and pain aren’t symptoms exclusive to the pepper-sprayed eyes of UC Davis…

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News in Brief: Union plans to protest at UC Regents meeting, Gov. Jerry Brown to attend
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News in Brief: Union plans to protest at UC Regents meeting, Gov. Jerry Brown to attend

According to the UC Student Workers Union, student groups from various UC campuses will gather…

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Advocacy group hosts Diabetes Awareness Week
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Advocacy group hosts Diabetes Awareness Week

This week, the UC Davis Diabetes Advocacy and Awareness Group (DAAG) is hosting Diabetes Awareness…

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International Education: Charles Bamforth
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International Education: Charles Bamforth

The campus is celebrating International Education Week through Friday. International Education Week, hosted on campus…

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News in Brief: Israeli and Palestinian activists to speak tomorrow
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News in Brief: Israeli and Palestinian activists to speak tomorrow

Israeli and Palestinian youth activists are scheduled to visit campus tomorrow in an event entitled…

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And a calm came to Davis
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And a calm came to Davis

In the eighth century, Buddhism became the official religion of the Tibetan people, and the…

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Column: Bottom of the Ocean
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Column: Bottom of the Ocean

Ah shit, you probably read my column title and thought to yourself, “Looks like this…

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Cheaper alternatives to expensive software
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Cheaper alternatives to expensive software

Buying new software is almost a necessity these days, but college students typically do not…

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