UC Davis History professor recognized for scholarship, undergraduate teaching
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UC Davis History professor recognized for scholarship, undergraduate teaching

History professor Clarence Walker has been awarded the 2015 UC Davis Prize for Undergraduate Teaching and Scholarly Achievement. Walker found out that he won the award when Chancellor…

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ASUCD officials contemplate UCSA paid membership amid budget cuts
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ASUCD officials contemplate UCSA paid membership amid budget cuts

With the deadline for the executive office’s budget proposal quickly approaching, newly seated ASUCD president Mariah Watson is gearing up to draft a minimum of $50,000 in budget…

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New bylaw takes aim at arbitrary ASUCD wages
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New bylaw takes aim at arbitrary ASUCD wages

Revised budgeting procedure intensifies competition between stipend employees   A new ASUCD bylaw will alter how the Executive Office budgets employee stipends in an attempt to better match…

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UC Davis alumnus, dean appointed to the State Board of Food and Agriculture
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UC Davis alumnus, dean appointed to the State Board of Food and Agriculture

Appointees seek to serve as liaisons between agricultural, academic communities   On Feb. 23, Calif. Governor Jerry Brown reappointed UC Davis alumnus Craig McNamara as president of the…

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Panel held to eliminate hate speech on campus
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Panel held to eliminate hate speech on campus

On March 4, the Jewish Studies Program, the Middle East/South Asia Studies Program and the Cross Cultural Center sponsored a panel entitled “Anti-semitism and Islamophobia: The Anatomy of…

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Memorial Union Renewal Project begins construction
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Memorial Union Renewal Project begins construction

Shop24 partnership canceled  The Memorial Union (MU) Renewal Project will begin construction on March 23. This 23.5 million dollar project, which will expand and improve the MU, will also…

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UC Davis textbook store to temporarily relocate to ARC
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UC Davis textbook store to temporarily relocate to ARC

Memorial Union begins renovation project The on-campus textbook marketplace, located downstairs in the UC Davis Stores bookstore in the Memorial Union, is temporarily moving to the ARC Pavilion.…

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UC Davis debate group holds “rational and ethical” debate
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UC Davis debate group holds “rational and ethical” debate

Collegiate debaters discuss quality of “American Life Standard” International businesswoman and writer Margaret Heffernan once said that “for good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument,…

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News in Brief: UC Davis hits record high for freshman applications
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News in Brief: UC Davis hits record high for freshman applications

Fall 2015 applicants reach nearly 80,000 UC Davis prospective student applications hit a record high number of 79,930 for the Fall 2015. Since last year, freshman applications have…

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UC Davis student diagnosed with meningococcal disease
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UC Davis student diagnosed with meningococcal disease

A UC Davis student diagnosed with meningococcal disease on Feb. 23 was recently released from hospital care, according to University and Yolo County Public Health officials. The patient…

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Uncontested election fails to attract voters
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Uncontested election fails to attract voters

Incoming senators hope to increase future student participation Less than three percent of UC Davis undergraduates voted in the 2015 ASUCD Winter Election that took place the week…

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AggieTV to become Aggie Studios
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AggieTV to become Aggie Studios

ASUCD leaders look to restructure AggieTV ASUCD has been looking to restructure AggieTV to make the unit more usable for student groups and more profit-driven. Originally created in…

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Davis apartment vacancies down, rental rates increasing
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Davis apartment vacancies down, rental rates increasing

Students will face tough market in search for housing options Out of the dorms and into apartments. Students, do you know where you’re living next year? Apartment vacancies…

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ASUCD Court declares divestment resolution unconstitutional
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ASUCD Court declares divestment resolution unconstitutional

The ASUCD Court has found the ASUCD senate’s endorsement of divestment unconstitutional, according a majority opinion released Feb. 23. Senate Resolution #9 (SR9), which urged the University of…

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Second police community forum held
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Second police community forum held

Police, students discuss campus issues On Feb. 18, UC Davis students and the UC Davis Police Department held the year’s second community forum titled “Problems, Processes, and Procedures.”…

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