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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Starting up at UC Davis
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Starting up at UC Davis

If it weren’t for the Rapid Ramen Cooker, many UC Davis students might not immediately associate the university with student enterprise. Although the frequency of startup businesses in…

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A Work of Heart
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A Work of Heart

Many design students were surprised to learn that heart disease kills one woman approximately every minute — more than all cancers do combined — through a fashion project,…

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UC Davis students, administration work toward gaining HSI status
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UC Davis students, administration work toward gaining HSI status

Video courtesy by AggieTV By the fall of 2019, UC Davis administration hopes to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), making the university eligible to receive a federal grant…

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UC Davis police department extends olive branch to student body
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UC Davis police department extends olive branch to student body

On Jan. 7, the Community Forum Series held its first meeting in the ARC Ballroom, initiated by a group of UC Davis students from a variety of on-campus…

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Using accessible technology in the classroom, workplace at UC Davis
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Using accessible technology in the classroom, workplace at UC Davis

Improvement in accessibility in workplaces and classrooms is the product of both necessity and foresight as much as it is a product of technological innovation. While technology continues…

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A day in the life of a confused, undeclared student
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A day in the life of a confused, undeclared student

ATTENTION ALL UNDECLARED STUDENTS! This is a reminder: You are not alone. I entered college absolutely certain of one thing: I had positively no idea what to major…

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Intercollegiate Athletes collaborates with UC Davis nutrition department
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Intercollegiate Athletes collaborates with UC Davis nutrition department

Over a course of more than 20 years, a collaboration between UC Davis’ athletic teams and what has become the Sports Nutrition program has evolved in order to…

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Memorial Union showcases student artwork
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Memorial Union showcases student artwork

With the help of ASUCD’s Aggie Public Arts Committee (APAC), the Memorial Union (MU) is showcasing several UC Davis students’ original art pieces this winter quarter with the…

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New campus club raises awareness on body image
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New campus club raises awareness on body image

For years, the Association of Body Image and Disordered Eating (ABIDE) has rallied to bring awareness of body image and eating disorders to UC Davis. This fall, the…

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Gamers unite in academia
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Gamers unite in academia

When trying out an early version of her “Play the Knave” video game project, UC Davis English professor Gina Bloom noted that when using the Kinect, it was…

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