Picnic Day celebrates its 101st year
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Picnic Day celebrates its 101st year

The largest student-run event in the nation plans to showcase UC Davis campus community One of the most cherished and well-known UC Davis traditions, Picnic Day, is celebrating…

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Boba tour of Davis
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Boba tour of Davis

Writer and friends traverse to find the best boba of Davis As trends come and go, one particular popular trend in Davis appears to be boba, and there…

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Meet your ASUCD Senators
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Meet your ASUCD Senators

Newly elected officials share goals for current term, fun facts Anas Tresh: Third-year transfer student and neurobiology, physiology, and behavior major Anas Tresh plans to better integrate transfer…

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Aggie Daily Calendar

TUES., APRIL 14 You Knew Me When 5:00 p.m. Sudwerk Dock Store, Davis Relax with some live music accompanied by a mid-week drink. Salsa Night 9:30 p.m. The…

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43rd annual UC Davis Powwow event brings light to Native American culture
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43rd annual UC Davis Powwow event brings light to Native American culture

This Saturday, April 11, several students and staff members have collaborated to create a week-long cultural celebration and Powwow event in recognition of the Native American community in…

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How has Davis helped us grow?
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How has Davis helped us grow?

Students reflect on their decision to attend UC Davis How do you feel that your decision to attend UC Davis over other schools has cultivated your academic potential?…

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Bike shop opens for Women Trans Femme communities
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Bike shop opens for Women Trans Femme communities

Bike Forth addresses male-dominated activity Bike Forth, a community bike shop on the corner of Fourth and L streets run by volunteers for the Davis Bike Collective, is…

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Grindr app provides dating, hook-up options for LGBT men
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Grindr app provides dating, hook-up options for LGBT men

Students, users weigh in on pros, cons of app The popular location-based dating app for LGBT men “Grindr” has extended its reach to university-level male students – especially…

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Do you get what you pay for? – Experiences in American and Danish Higher Education
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Do you get what you pay for? – Experiences in American and Danish Higher Education

The biggest difference between the American education system and the one that I come from is the price. In Denmark, I don’t pay anything to attend university. In…

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Aggie Daily Calendar

TUES., APRIL 7 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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How are classes created?
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How are classes created?

Chairs of committees on courses of instruction provide insight to process of course creation The wide array of course that are offered at UC Davis each quarter is…

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Course evaluations: Do they help?
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Course evaluations: Do they help?

Students, professionals offer perspectives on course evaluations As spring quarter kicks off, students aren’t the only ones looking over their final course grades – professors and TA’s are…

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Aggie Daily Calendar
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Aggie Daily Calendar

Tues., March 31 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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Why Davis does spring best
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Why Davis does spring best

Six ways Davis will spring joy to your life this quarter If you’re a student reading this, then let me just start off with an apology: I am…

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6 Things to Do on a Staycation
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6 Things to Do on a Staycation

If you’re stuck at home this spring break, you might as well try to have some fun.   If you’re not headed towards Hawaii, Mexico or some other…

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