Under pressure at ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’
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Under pressure at ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’

Studio 301 to put on musical in 24 hours Students in higher education commonly face a never-ending onslaught of stress and high expectations. Institutionalized school systems and high-hoping…

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To Pimp A Butterfly and make it socially conscious, too
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To Pimp A Butterfly and make it socially conscious, too

Guest review of Kendrick Lamar’s new album When I lived in a dirty, scuffed-up co-op with 15 other college students, our anthem was Kendrick Lamar’s “Fuckin’ Problems.” We…

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aggieANGELOUS
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aggieANGELOUS

In loving memory of the inclusivity and resilience of Maya Angelou ThePoetry Unsigned By Marina Brown I climbed four floors of frozen stairs last January to leave a…

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Arts and Culture Feature: People Tapestries
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Arts and Culture Feature: People Tapestries

A peek into some of Davis’ co-operatives What is it that makes a family? Shared values? Shared space? Shared food? Shared understandings of the world, maybe? It is…

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News in Brief: Growing up at Third Space
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News in Brief: Growing up at Third Space

Author reading sponsored by LGBTQIARC at Third Space Certain writers are often said to be the voice of a generation or the voice of a certain community. These…

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Aggie Style Watch: Student Designer Spotlight
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Aggie Style Watch: Student Designer Spotlight

This week I spoke with fourth-year design and history double major Rumiko Adame. This student designer featured her latest collection, “Ecclesiastic” in the 101st Annual Picnic Day fashion…

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Thrifting and thriving
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Thrifting and thriving

Student Club to fundraise through fashion You do not need to be a fashion expert to master the art of thrifting. If you are into deals and dressing…

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aggieANGELOUS
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aggieANGELOUS

In loving memory of the inclusivity and resilience of Maya Angelou The Poetry “Sai Khớp (Disjointed)” By DAHLIA PHAM   The jade skies Streaked with filth Hold no…

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Step on up
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Step on up

Step dancing competition to return to Black Family Day After a 10-year absence from the UC Davis campus, Stompfest, the capstone event of Black Family Day, is returning…

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Ceramics conference strikes Davis
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Ceramics conference strikes Davis

The John Natsoulas Gallery presents the 27th annual CCACA and exhibitions When you’re walking across the UC Davis campus, do you think about the possibilities that lie underneath…

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Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan roars into Fourth Annual Showcase
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Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan roars into Fourth Annual Showcase

Showcase to feature traditional Japanese drumming The Oxford English Dictionary defines explosion as “an expansion in which energy is transmitted outward as a shock wave.” Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan,…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

The low-down on all things art this week in Davis MUSIC AND OPEN MICS Open Mic Night April 23, 6 p.m., free UC Davis Coffee House Come check…

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Grooving at Davis Dance Revolution
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Grooving at Davis Dance Revolution

Davis Dance Revolution to feature campus dance groups at Picnic Day Every year Picnic Day brings a myriad of activities for students to participate in and witness. One…

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UC Davis ensembles explore musics of the world
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UC Davis ensembles explore musics of the world

Concert to showcase and support ethnomusicology program The study of ethnomusicology shows that music is more than just organized sound. By digging into the roots of various music…

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Kick your creative can around a warehouse
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Kick your creative can around a warehouse

Kick it and Create to foster community and inspire creativity You know that growing list of creative projects you keep pushing back on your schedule? Do you ever…

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