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In loving memory of the inclusivity and resilience of Maya Angelou ThePoetry “Portrait of a Valley Man” by Cameron Latchford   He lives for work and tomorrow’s rush…

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News in Brief: Pass the jazz, homemade and hot
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News in Brief: Pass the jazz, homemade and hot

As the smooth sound of jazz travels from the golden bell of a saxophone to the ears of eager listeners, across the stage skillful fingers dance among the…

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News in Brief: Paris-born painter tips hat to cityscapes
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News in Brief: Paris-born painter tips hat to cityscapes

Artist Phillippe Gandiol to display work at Natsoulas Gallery Professional painter Philippe Gandiol has led a life many would be envious of, full of adventures, travel and art.…

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Story time for the soul
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Story time for the soul

Share your favorite moments in life at ShortsNLongs Do you love sharing your most interesting experiences with the people in your life? Do you feel enlightened or simply…

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Exploring the Arctic
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Exploring the Arctic

UC Davis symposium to expound on Arctic cultures   Joining the forces of speech, song and study, the Native American Studies Department and the Mondavi Center present Arctic…

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All about that sass
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All about that sass

The UC Davis Lounge Lizards to perform a cappella like it’s 1995 It’s week 10 of winter quarter. You’ve sweated over midterms, spent countless hours cramming, made way…

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In loving memory of the inclusivity and resilience of Maya Angelou   ThePoetry~ThePoetsAndThePoetesses #BlackLivesMatter   ThePoetry “LETTER TO WHOEVER KEEPS CHANGING BLACK LIVES MATTER TO ALL LIVES MATTER ON…

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McFarland, USA dashes to Davis silver screen
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McFarland, USA dashes to Davis silver screen

Disney’s latest feature adapts inspiring true story Run, don’t walk, to Regal Stadium 5 in Davis to catch a showing of Walt Disney Pictures’ latest feature film, McFarland,…

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Mixing it up
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Mixing it up

Mixed Heritage Week coming to UC Davis You may not have been aware of the Mixed Student Union before, but after this year’s Mixed Heritage Week, organizers hope…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

Art extravaganzas this week in Davis MUSIC AND OPEN MICS Mixed Open Mic Night March 3, 6 p.m., free UC Davis Student Community Center This showcase provides a…

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For you were made from stardust, and to stardust you will return
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For you were made from stardust, and to stardust you will return

The art of getting by: theories of general relativity I am passionate about people. There is nothing I care about, nothing I am more interested in, nothing I…

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Woyzeck brings “working class tragedy” to Wright Hall
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Woyzeck brings “working class tragedy” to Wright Hall

The Department of Theatre and Dance premieres their winter production The UC Davis’ Department of Theatre and Dance’s winter production of Woyzeck is set to open on Feb. 26…

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The Turtle House to swing easy with jazz
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The Turtle House to swing easy with jazz

Jazz music to be featured at upcoming house show It’s Saturday evening, Feb. 28, 2015. You’ve parked your bike at 217 2nd Street, and you walk past the…

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Film Review: The Duff
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Film Review: The Duff

It’s the age-old story of the bubble gum-smacking mean girl, the locker-slamming jock and the frumpy girl next door that has turned the teen drama genre into an…

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Celebrating 45 years of Asian American Studies
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Celebrating 45 years of Asian American Studies

UC Davis Asian American Studies reaches a milestone Flashback to winter 1969: UC Davis students formed the Asian American Concern (later called the Asian American Studies committee), which…

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