Campus Judicial Report
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Campus Judicial Report

Caught on Camera A junior was referred to SJA for a second time, this time for theft from the MU bookstore.

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Minimum aid promised for lower-income students
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Minimum aid promised for lower-income students

The University of California Board of Regents unanimously passed a plan last month that would establish a minimum level of gift-assistance for families whose income is lower than…

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STAND anti-genocide coalition takes multi-country, holistic approach
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STAND anti-genocide coalition takes multi-country, holistic approach

The UC Davis branch of the student anti-genocide coalition, STAND, plans to shift its focus from Darfur to a multi-national emphasis in spring quarter.

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UCD professors sign petition against American Philosophical Association
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UCD professors sign petition against American Philosophical Association

A group of UC Davis philosophy professors have signed a petition calling for the American Philosophical Association to stop advertising universities that it claims discriminate based on sexual…

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Correction
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Correction

  In the Mar. 9 issue of The California Aggie, the Senate Briefs mistakenly said the author withdrew the senate bill for a "Support the Troops" drive when…

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Correction 2
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Correction 2

In the Feb. 23 and Mar. 9 issues of The California Aggie, the Senate Briefs incorrectly reported that Senator Laura Pulido was not present, when in fact she…

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Oxford Circle Dining Commons to close in May
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Oxford Circle Dining Commons to close in May

Students living in the Cuarto dorms area may have to trek it a little farther to eat in May. Starting mid-May, the Oxford Circle Dinning Commons will undergo…

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UC Davis is among the “best bang for your buck”
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UC Davis is among the “best bang for your buck”

Students are getting a "bang for their buck" at UC Davis, according to Princeton Review and USA Today. The test prep center and the publication agree that UC…

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UCD Police Department faces second discrimination lawsuit
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UCD Police Department faces second discrimination lawsuit

Another former UC Davis Police officer has filed a lawsuit against the department, alleging sexual harassment and racial discrimination. Chithien Le, 28, is the second person of Asian…

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Search for new chancellor continues
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Search for new chancellor continues

As Chancellor Larry N. Vanderhoef prepares to retire at the end of this academic year, the search for a new chancellor is currently underway. Approximately six candidates have…

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Heated discussions at ASUCD Senate meeting continue
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Heated discussions at ASUCD Senate meeting continue

It's atypical to see students dressed in indigenous clothing from various countries at an ASUCD Senate meeting, especially two in black ski masks. During Thursday's senate meeting, held…

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Senate Briefs
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Senate Briefs

This ASUCD Senate meeting was scheduled to begin Thursday at 7:35 p.m. Times listed are according to the reporter's laptop computer at the Mar. 5, 2009 meeting location,…

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UC Davis Bookstore ranks among top in nation in affordability
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UC Davis Bookstore ranks among top in nation in affordability

As spring quarter approaches, students will once again take part in the ritual of searching for the lowest possible textbook prices. What they might not realize, however, is…

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UC Davis’ new winery and laboratory aim to be first of its type in the world
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UC Davis’ new winery and laboratory aim to be first of its type in the world

  After the University of California Board of Regents approved the design plan last week, the construction of a new state of the art winery and Brewing and Food Science Laboratory is…

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Longtime UCD chemistry professor dies at 95
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Longtime UCD chemistry professor dies at 95

Emeritus Professor Raymond Keefer, a long time faculty member at UC Davis, died on Feb. 6 from a brief illness. He was 95 years old.

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