Putah Creek Council (PCC) continues to protect, enhance creek
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Putah Creek Council (PCC) continues to protect, enhance creek

Non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Putah Creek and educating public Before the Putah Creek Council (PCC) started its work, Putah Creek’s banks were littered with mattresses, shopping carts…

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Aggie Daily Calendar

Tues., March 3 Classical Bassoon & Wine Tasting 5 to 7 p.m. Monticello Seasonal Cuisine, Davis Free baroque bassoon performance by Ricardo Rosales with wine tasting host Susan…

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“To Light a Candle” film sets a spark
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“To Light a Candle” film sets a spark

UC Davis’ Baha’i Club kicks off a campaign promoting the right to education for those of Baha’i faith Murmuring amongst themselves, individuals seated in a lecture hall in…

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Eighteen years old, eighteen weeks in
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Eighteen years old, eighteen weeks in

After nearly two quarters at UC Davis, first-years reflect on their expectations for college and adulthood First-year art history major Lena Rohde slowly settles into the passenger seat.…

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UC Davis’ Early Childhood Lab school proves valuable to all ages
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UC Davis’ Early Childhood Lab school proves valuable to all ages

The preschool possesses research opportunities in child development, while also using unique methods to promote learning By providing local children a unique and active learning environment, as well…

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7 ways to spice things up in the dining commons
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7 ways to spice things up in the dining commons

Breakfast and lunch in the DC has never been so easy Breakfast: Rise and shine with a non-alcoholic mimosa Whoever thought adding some sparkle to your day could…

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Shattering the stigma on ‘vagina’ and other gender issues
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Shattering the stigma on ‘vagina’ and other gender issues

Members of the production Vagina: Our Stories express the importance of using the word vagina Vagina. According to the cast and crew of this year’s Vagina: Our Stories,…

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Disorder in newborn foals may give clues to autism
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Disorder in newborn foals may give clues to autism

UC Davis researchers study neonatal maladjustment syndrome Veterinary researchers at UC Davis are studying a well-known disorder in newborn foals that can possibly lead to connections and similarities…

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UC Davis Aggie-Sol team to enter Solar Decathlon
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UC Davis Aggie-Sol team to enter Solar Decathlon

UC Davis student-led group aims to build solar-powered house Next fall, a team of UC Davis students is entering an international competition to build a solar-powered, cost effective…

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A day in the life of a UC Davis ROTC student
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A day in the life of a UC Davis ROTC student

  Scattered in the tall grass, cadets squat around a fallen comrade, assessing his injuries. Others meticulously plan the group’s next mission. For UC Davis’ Reserve Officers Training…

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A look at ASUCD Court
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A look at ASUCD Court

ASUCD court has had a significantly busy Winter Quarter, however many students are unaware of its role on campus. “Without us, ASUCD would have no oversight whatsoever,” said…

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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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What it’s like to watch the Super Bowl for someone who has never watched American football
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What it’s like to watch the Super Bowl for someone who has never watched American football

Sports in America are quite different from what you would find in Europe, so watching the Super Bowl was a unique experience from what I, an exchange student…

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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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How to enjoy the upcoming weekend as a non-sports fan
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How to enjoy the upcoming weekend as a non-sports fan

Every year, the Super Bowl attracts a large audience, and many of those watching are not football fans. Some are interested in the commercials, while others prefer the…

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