Guest Opinion
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Guest Opinion

Dear Editor, Your article titled "Time for a Newspeak checkup!" published on Apr. 10 is profoundly misinformed. The article asserts that "In the first months of the Obama…

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Guest Opinion
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Guest Opinion

So I guess we're in some sort of digital revolution. Whatever. I like the Internet a lot, iPods are fun and so are microwaves and Bagel Bites. Way…

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Variations of a Theme
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Variations of a Theme

We're approaching the final countdown, people: five weeks left in the quarter. That's five more weeks of cushy, "it's okay to be unemployed" college living, four more weeks…

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PhiLOLsophy
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PhiLOLsophy

Most of you have heard the old adage: "Using swear words shows that you have a poor vocabulary." This is somewhat true - people with a poor vocabulary…

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The Defining Moments
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The Defining Moments

A recent invention is threatening to become even more personal than Google. As The Independent reported, Wolfram Alpha promises access to a world designed uniquely to oneself: It…

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That’s what she said
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That’s what she said

A bunch of people out there owe me money, favors and commitments to serious dares. Because swine have finally flu. Some right wing talk radio hosts have also…

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And then I found 5 dollars
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And then I found 5 dollars

If you're a senior right now, you're probably feeling pretty good. Aside from the senioritis that has left you with little to no motivation to do anything school-related,…

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Steal this Column
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Steal this Column

There's something about the month of May that brings out the crazies. Take a second and look around, listen to what the people around you are talking about,…

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Editorial: Concert tickets
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Editorial: Concert tickets

About 400 people expecting to go to an E-40 concert at Theta Xi were disappointed late last month when the concert was abruptly cancelled without explanation. Ticketholders had…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

We wish to thank the authors of The Aggie editorial (Binge Drinking Drops, Apr. 28) for closing with the key point that "a decline in high-risk drinking is…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,   I would like to remind everyone that May 13 is Teacher Appreciation Day. In addition to their role in the classroom, teachers, both active and…

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Editorial: Bicycle officer
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Editorial: Bicycle officer

UC Davis Police Officer Ralph Nuno began patrolling the campus from the back of his bicycle last week, putting a proverbial stick through the spokes of any would-be…

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The Sterling Compass
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The Sterling Compass

People often complain that no one in college dates and after donning my thinking cap and pondering the question, I have concluded it is simply because nobody knows…

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Otherwise, they’ll kill you
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Otherwise, they’ll kill you

Now that May marks my last full month of writing for The Aggie, expect this column and perhaps one or two more to be filed under the "Sentimental…

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The Cap and Gown List
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The Cap and Gown List

Fellow Aggies, I have experienced a personal triumph. No, I didn't master sleeping with my eyes open in class, nor did I finally figure out the mystery that…

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