Project Compost Office, MU Basement
Learn about radical composting on campus and how to get involved.... Read More →
Students interested in taking up the fight to end world hunger and poverty have a new option to get involved on the UC Davis campus.
NOURISH International, developed in 2003 to fight global poverty, recently established a chapter at UC Davis this fall and is looking for students to help. The organization currently has 23 chapters nationwide.... Read More →
Approximately one in eight women will develop breast cancer during her lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society.
With the numbers so high, nearly all of us know someone who has had breast cancer.... Read More →
In the Oct. 21 article "So you want to fly a plane?" it was stated that after the written test, the student must take to the air with a certified instructor, who will ultimately decide if the student can become a pilot.
The statement should have read that the student must take to the air with an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE). The Aggie regrets the error.... Read More →
Whole Earth hiring
Third Floor MU
The Whole Earth Festival is hiring its staff for the spring 2009 festival. The deadline to apply is Oct. 23. For more information, e-mail email@example.com or visit the festival's website at wef.ucdavis.edu.... Read More →
Aggie Football ticket distribution
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Aggie Stadium Ticket Office
Go pick up your free ticket to the Oct. 25 game against North Dakota. The last chance to pick up tickets is Wednesday.
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Most of us have been to Aggie Stadium. We've all wandered the Death Star and trotted through the Quad on a sunny day, but very few of us have witnessed all this from 1,000 feet in the air.... Read More →
When Jackie Stone decided to become a vegetarian at the tender age of 12, she didn't have a lot of cooking experience to rely on.
"My first year or so [as a vegetarian], I lived off of cereal, quesadillas and veggie burgers," she said.
After years of practice, Stone gradually increased her repertoire of recipes, looking for new kinds of vegetables and protein substitutes that could be incorporated into healthy, easy-to-make meals. Stone not only adapted the vegetarian lifestyle, but she fell in love with cooking.... Read More →
Peace Corps information session
Felder Room, MU
Speak with a returned Peace Corps volunteer to learn about how you can make a difference in your own life as well as in others' lives.... Read More →
It will take a two-hour run for a student to burn off a three-cheeseburger party.
These and other comparisons are part of the results from the E-Chug campaign, a quiz adopted by UC Davis Health Education and Promotion (HEP) aimed at educating students about their alcohol and tobacco use.... Read More →
Davis Motorsports Club
Round Table Pizza, 2151 Cowell Blvd.
5 to 8 p.m.
The club is having their bi-monthly meeting. If you like cars, this is the place to find other enthusiasts like you!... Read More →
Centennial Quad celebration
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be prizes, over 200 booths for student groups and other organizations, as well as food and the East Quad Farmers Market.... Read More →
For seemingly obvious reasons, college websites don't tend to provide information on the hottest nightspots or where the cutest guys and girls congregate. However, that's not to assume that a lot of us wouldn't find this information helpful.
UC Davis graduates Michael Kim and Dan Greenberg solved this problem with yollege.com. Both said that they like to think of the website as an insider's guide to everything one needs to know about the college experience.... Read More →