In Our Nature: The Cosumnes’ Endless Flow
Permalink

In Our Nature: The Cosumnes’ Endless Flow

If there’s one thing that’s safe to say about college, it’s that when you go there, life changes. Everything starts to get more complicated. Some people thrive on…

Continue Reading →

Self-care Warfare: Privilege, Check It
Permalink

Self-care Warfare: Privilege, Check It

Privilege. If you’ve taken an -insert category here- Studies, or sociology class, you’re bound to have come across this term before. You’ve also probably been told that you…

Continue Reading →

Digital Ghosts: What happens to your digital history when you die?
Permalink

Digital Ghosts: What happens to your digital history when you die?

If Facebook is forever, what happens after we die? This question has haunted my over-caffeinated brain since I was in elementary school. We were driving back from L.A.…

Continue Reading →

Small changes for sustainable lifestyles
Permalink

Small changes for sustainable lifestyles

On April 1, the UC Davis Farmers Market relocated from the Silo to the North Quad and will be open every Wednesday during the Spring Quarter from 11:30…

Continue Reading →

NCAA must move March Madness
Permalink

NCAA must move March Madness

This weekend, tens of millions of viewers will tune in to watch the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Indianapolis, Ind. The state has turned…

Continue Reading →

Myths and Misconceptions about Health: Fecal Transplant – That Stuff In The Toilet Can Be Medicine?
Permalink

Myths and Misconceptions about Health: Fecal Transplant – That Stuff In The Toilet Can Be Medicine?

The focus of this column will be on ideas or beliefs about health that people generally follow and/or teach to others. My aim is to debunk these myths,…

Continue Reading →

Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Why sexual assault prevention is ridiculous
Permalink

Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Why sexual assault prevention is ridiculous

Before you came to college, your parents probably sat you down, poured you a cup of tea and warned you of all the dangers that accompany your soon-to-come…

Continue Reading →

In Our Nature: The Flowers and the Field
Permalink

In Our Nature: The Flowers and the Field

We humans are artists by nature.  Our perception of the world is arranged artfully by our minds; we are attracted to color, novelty, originality, and creativity.  Perhaps that…

Continue Reading →

Coming of Age in the Techno-Revolution:
Permalink

Coming of Age in the Techno-Revolution:

Questioning the Physical “Real”   You know that feeling when you get out of a really good lecture and you have a total brain boner? I can relate.…

Continue Reading →

Treat Yo Self: Politicizing Self-Care
Permalink

Treat Yo Self: Politicizing Self-Care

Is it possible to think of self-care as a method of taking care of both oneself and one’s community? Is it possible to think of self-love in a…

Continue Reading →

The UCD Files: The Culmination
Permalink

The UCD Files: The Culmination

This is it folks, the two things you’ve been dreading all quarter. First of all, finals week is upon us, but worst of all, the UCD Files is…

Continue Reading →

Psyches & Serpents: Goodbye (and safe travels)
Permalink

Psyches & Serpents: Goodbye (and safe travels)

This quarter has taught me a lot about mental health, inside and outside of writing this column. One thing I learned is that other people are quite willing…

Continue Reading →

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia panel a step in the right direction
Permalink

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia panel a step in the right direction

On March 4, the UC Davis Middle East/South Asian Studies and Jewish Studies programs co-hosted a student panel titled “Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia: The Anatomy of Twin Hatreds” in…

Continue Reading →

Sustainability in the Built Environment: What is the ultimate goal of sustainability?
Permalink

Sustainability in the Built Environment: What is the ultimate goal of sustainability?

Thank you to everyone who read my columns and followed me throughout this process. I have learned quite a bit throughout this and I hope you have too!…

Continue Reading →

Flick Chick: Please take a break, watch a movie
Permalink

Flick Chick: Please take a break, watch a movie

Week 10 is here and we are all stuck in a panicked relief, as the dreaded winter quarter comes to an end with more papers, finals, and yes,…

Continue Reading →