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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Local groups host weekly game sessions around town
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Local groups host weekly game sessions around town

“Unai” is defined as a relatively small and fast-moving sloth, and in the world of Scrabble, it is an example of a vowel dump. Without a legitimate interest…

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The Hidden Treasures of the UC Davis Library
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The Hidden Treasures of the UC Davis Library

Although most UC Davis students use the Peter J. Shields Library as a place for studying or to pick up books relevant to their courses, the library has…

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Peer Education And Community Empowerment (PEACE) continues to tackle social issues
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Peer Education And Community Empowerment (PEACE) continues to tackle social issues

With the recently heightened level of student activism on-campus, the Peer Education And Community Empowerment (PEACE) program plans to help educate students about controversy surrounding racism, sexism and…

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UC Davis professor gets seat on Davis School Board
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UC Davis professor gets seat on Davis School Board

On Nov. 4 at local restaurant Tucos, over 40 people attended Madhavi Sunder’s election night party, celebrating the final day of her campaign for a seat on the…

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UC Davis student leads therapeutic riding program “Answered Prayers”
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UC Davis student leads therapeutic riding program “Answered Prayers”

Hoping to inspire and help people from all walks of life, third-year animal science major Katherine Griffin has started her own nonprofit therapeutic horse riding program in Sacramento…

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Davis Community Meals hosts 12th annual Thanksgiving meal
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Davis Community Meals hosts 12th annual Thanksgiving meal

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the city of Davis is trying its best to ensure that all people in the community receive the bountiful Thanksgiving feast that…

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Local community and artists explore synesthesia with art
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Local community and artists explore synesthesia with art

For Lauren Traetto, numbers are much more than just figures. Nine is an older and reasonable number. Seven is red and a youthful boy. Six is his bossy…

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UC Davis Students Call for Statewide Action
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UC Davis Students Call for Statewide Action

On Nov. 24 at noon, hundreds of UC Davis students and community members gathered on the Quad and staged a march through Downtown Davis as a part of…

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ASUCD Fall 2014 Senate Election Results
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ASUCD Fall 2014 Senate Election Results

On Nov. 21 at 4 p.m, ASUCD Elections Committee Chair, John Wu, announced the results of the ASUCD Fall 2014 Senate Elections. The winners are as follows, in…

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Interclinic consortium works to increase collaboration between clinics
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Interclinic consortium works to increase collaboration between clinics

When fifth-year environmental toxicology major Marianne So was volunteering at the UC Davis student-run Bayanihan Clinic, it was located on V Street in Sacramento, less than a mile…

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UC Davis students discuss National Diabetes Awareness Month
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UC Davis students discuss National Diabetes Awareness Month

It started with extreme exhaustion, then intense dehydration kicked in. Seven-year-old Camille Andre would drink tons of water, but it would just flow through her without an effect.…

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Meet the ASUCD Fall 2014 Senate Candidates
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Meet the ASUCD Fall 2014 Senate Candidates

Alex Lee: As the founder and president of the UC Davis Filmmaking Society, second-year political science major and independent senatorial candidate Alex Lee plans to prioritize student organizations…

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Volunteers, artists, Davis residents support unique local museum
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Volunteers, artists, Davis residents support unique local museum

A little over a year ago, a man carried a 89-pound iron ball into the Hattie Weber Museum, located on C Street in Downtown Davis. The iron ball…

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An interview with electrical engineering professor Josh Hihath
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An interview with electrical engineering professor Josh Hihath

Josh Hihath is an assistant professor in the electrical and computer engineering department at UC Davis. He is beginning his fourth year teaching and conducting research on campus.…

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