Animal rights activists protest primate abuse at UC Davis Research Center
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Animal rights activists protest primate abuse at UC Davis Research Center

Animal rights activists are speaking out against animal abuse and negligence at the UC Davis California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) and are trying to pressure the institution…

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Upcoming ASUCD Winter Elections uncontested
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Upcoming ASUCD Winter Elections uncontested

The official list of ASUCD candidates, released the morning of Feb. 3 by Elections Committee Chair John Wu, revealed a shortage of executive and senate candidates. One executive…

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Davis Enterprise pressroom closes
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Davis Enterprise pressroom closes

Jan. 3 The Davis Enterprise released its first newspaper not printed in the Davis Enterprise pressroom located on Third and G Street. The official newspaper for the city…

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News in brief: Mrak protesters call for firing of chancellor
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News in brief: Mrak protesters call for firing of chancellor

After noticing that Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi did not hold her usual office hours, protesters marched from the Memorial Union to Mrak Hall today at 1 p.m. The…

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Temple Grandin comes to UC Davis tonight
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Temple Grandin comes to UC Davis tonight

With esteemed professor, best-selling author and well-known autistic activist Temple Grandin coming to the Mondavi Center on Feb. 10, UC Davis is hoping to shed some light on…

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News in Brief: UC Davis Medical Center prepared to treat Ebola
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News in Brief: UC Davis Medical Center prepared to treat Ebola

On the morning of Jan. 29, a patient thought to potentially have the Ebola virus was transferred from Sacramento’s Mercy General Hospital to the UC Davis Medical Center…

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UC officials weigh in on effects of Obama’s free community college announcement
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UC officials weigh in on effects of Obama’s free community college announcement

On Jan. 20, President Obama gave his State of the Union Address, in which he declared, “We still live in a country where too many bright, striving Americans…

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ASUCD rekindles relationship with UCSA
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ASUCD rekindles relationship with UCSA

ASUCD recently rejoined the University of California Student Association (UCSA), an organization for UC students and student governments that seeks to provide a collective voice for UC students.…

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Bolstering business in Uganda
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Bolstering business in Uganda

The Richard and Annie Volunteer and Travel (RAVT), a six-month-old non-profit organization, began as a collaboration between UC Davis second-year biological sciences major Annie Ashmore and Ugandan resident…

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News in Brief: UC Davis Wears Red Day to take place Friday
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News in Brief: UC Davis Wears Red Day to take place Friday

UC Davis students who wish to be part of a gigantic heart formation while raising awareness for heart disease can do so at the second annual UC Davis…

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ASUCD Divestment resolution passes through senate
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ASUCD Divestment resolution passes through senate

At the Jan. 29 ASUCD senate meeting, Senate Resolution (SR) No. 9 passed with an 8-2-2 vote. The text of SR No. 9 calls for the University of…

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Swastikas spray painted on AEPi fraternity house
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Swastikas spray painted on AEPi fraternity house

Members of the UC Davis chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi), the predominantly-and-historically-Jewish fraternity, woke up the morning of Saturday Jan. 31 to discover two large swastikas spray…

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ASUCD Divestment bill passes through senate
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ASUCD Divestment bill passes through senate

At tonight’s (Jan. 29) ASUCD senate meeting, Senate Resolution (SR) #9 passed with an 8-2-2 vote. The text of SR #9 calls for the University of California (UC)…

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UC Davis faculty aim to increase interactivity in science classes
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UC Davis faculty aim to increase interactivity in science classes

  Attention UC Davis science students: expect a drastic shake-up in your lectures and be prepared to get called on at any moment in class. The UC Davis-based…

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News in Brief: Second Community Public-Safety dialogue to be held
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News in Brief: Second Community Public-Safety dialogue to be held

The City’s second public safety meeting in response to the a federal military surplus program donating a Mine Resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle to the Davis Police Department is…

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