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

"You don't have enough experience." That's what the Sacramento Bee told me when I applied for an internship last summer. One of the editors told me that while…

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Steal This Column
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Steal This Column

Well, this is it. After two years of recklessly spilling my ideas, beliefs and opinions all over the Tuesday edition of The California Aggie, I now find myself…

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Guest Opinion
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Guest Opinion

As my time at UC Davis as an undergraduate and as the Aggie Pack emcee comes to a close, I thought it would be appropriate to say a…

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Cap and Gown List
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Cap and Gown List

As much as I sometimes refuse to acknowledge it, I am graduating in a matter of weeks … days, really. Time seems to go faster every hour and…

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Hail to the Chief
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Hail to the Chief

Editor's Note: This column originally ran Oct. 27, 2008. When I wrote it my grandpa was dying and I wasn't sure what to do. I ended up writing…

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If you can read this, the First Amendment still exists
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If you can read this, the First Amendment still exists

Readers - as this is the last column the hard-working and parsimonious gang at The Aggie will let me publish this year, let me say its been one…

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This Is My Sundown
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This Is My Sundown

This past Memorial Day weekend I did something I've never done before. And no, I didn't take three consecutive body shots of three different liquors off the bellies…

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I’m Free (To Wear SPF 15 Clothing)
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I’m Free (To Wear SPF 15 Clothing)

Ladies and gentlemen of the class of 2009 ... wear sunscreen. If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it. But I…

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The Defining Moments
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The Defining Moments

America is a strange nation. She is a country that produces the very best and the very worst, whether in political, economic or cultural aspects. Everything and anything…

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Pants optional
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Pants optional

This weekend I told my parents I was "camping" and got in a car then got on a boat then got on an island that essentially beat the…

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PhiLOLsophy
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PhiLOLsophy

Everyone agrees that creativity is an important quality to have in order to succeed in any profession. Not only that, creative individuals positively affect the whole world, as…

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

I'll usually write my articles about intense outside world-related things (swine-flu racists, the new chancellor not making sacrifices, racist republicans, LGBT rights, racists in general). And I'm sure…

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

In case you guys haven't figured it out yet, classes are over in eight days. For those of you who aren't graduating, you still have at least one…

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The Sterling Compass
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The Sterling Compass

Every day we are bombarded with ambition-probing questions forcing us to think about our future lives in the "real" world. These questions are usually intended to be facilitators…

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Steal this Column
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Steal this Column

Learning to be accountable for your own actions is one of life's greatest lessons. From a very young age we're taught that when a problem arises as a…

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