ASUCD, KDVS exploring options for downtown venue
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ASUCD, KDVS exploring options for downtown venue

What started off as a hopeful project to get a venue for bands to play in downtown Davis has now been put on hold after the first choice…

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Budget problems continue, $5 million mid-year deficit handled with one-time cuts
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Budget problems continue, $5 million mid-year deficit handled with one-time cuts

  UCD is currently in the process of grappling with a $5 million mid-year budget deficit that has come about as the result of a decrease of approximately $65 million in state…

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King Hall receives $1 million for courtroom construction
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King Hall receives $1 million for courtroom construction

Despite state budget cuts, UC Davis School of Law is still rolling in money - from a private donor. The Kalmanovitz Charitable Foundation gifted $1 million to fund…

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Formal complaint filed against ASUCD elections
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Formal complaint filed against ASUCD elections

Newly elected ASUCD senators might have to wait longer than they expected before beginning a term they believed would start tonight.

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Controversy surrounds new UC eligibility requirements
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Controversy surrounds new UC eligibility requirements

Earlier this month, the UC regents approved a dramatic change to the UC admissions process by eliminating the SAT Subject Tests requirement. While some students have applauded the…

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Baha’i students play active role on campus and abroad
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Baha’i students play active role on campus and abroad

In an effort to bring international pressure to a country abound with religious persecution, local Baha'i students are taking action. Tonight at 6:30 in Geidt Hall, the Davis…

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Campus Judicial Report
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Campus Judicial Report

Joyride The UC Davis Police referred a sophomore to SJA. The student was seen riding a bike against traffic. When the police spoke with the student, they determined…

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Starbucks opens its doors in the ARC
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Starbucks opens its doors in the ARC

A haven for coffee-lovers everywhere, another Starbucks has been born. The three-day old coffee shop, located at the Activities and Recreation Center, is the sixth Starbucks to hit…

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Recession makes landing on-campus job more difficult
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Recession makes landing on-campus job more difficult

Looking for an on-campus job? You're not the only one. Even students are not immune to the effects of a sour economy, as job openings are down and…

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Former UCD student creates organic vodka brand
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Former UCD student creates organic vodka brand

Few college students turn their love for partying into anything more than a hangover. Except for Ann Marie Barnett, the owner, creator and distiller of Shadow Spirits Organic…

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Correction
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Correction

In the Feb. 22 issue of The California Aggie, the article "Election results announced Friday" incorrectly stated the elections website was down between 8 and 11 p.m. on…

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Stimulus package lends a hand to low-income students
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Stimulus package lends a hand to low-income students

The federal government is helping out higher education. Among aiming to create and save millions of jobs over the next couple years, infrastructure improvements, energy plans and an…

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Transfer student enrollment to increase
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Transfer student enrollment to increase

UC Davis is growing in some places and shrinking in others. The University of California Board of Regents announced this month that while 8 percent fewer freshmen will…

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Bike Church crusades for new location
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Bike Church crusades for new location

Davis' only non-profit student run bicycle co-op, the Bike Church, is soldiering along on in its quest to find a new location to continue its work with the…

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Election results announced
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Election results announced

With the second largest voter-turnout in Aggie history, the results for this quarter's ASUCD's elections are in. Election results were announced Friday at 2 p.m. in front of…

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