Myths and Misconceptions about Health: ADHD – Silenced and Erased
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Myths and Misconceptions about Health: ADHD – Silenced and Erased

What do you think of when you hear the word ADHD? Do you think of a hyperactive child disrupting a classroom? Do you think of an overly impulsive…

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In Our Nature: Connection – Wi-Fight It?
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In Our Nature: Connection – Wi-Fight It?

As those who know me know, nature isn’t my only interest: I’m also a big fan of music. Often when I go hiking in wild places, I like…

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Editorial: Administration responds to open letter on campus climate
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Editorial: Administration responds to open letter on campus climate

Forum held today to begin discussions The UC Davis women’s lacrosse team faced heavy backlash from the campus community this week after a Facebook photo of eight players…

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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Why nobody wants to report
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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Why nobody wants to report

Reporting rape is important. Super important. We need to report because 88 percent of rapists will rape more than once. And, like, why would we knowingly let someone…

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Coming of Age in the Techno-Revolution: Fact or Fiction? Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
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Coming of Age in the Techno-Revolution: Fact or Fiction? Intellectual Property in the Digital Age

In my “Writing in Science” class we’re currently reading the autobiography of James Watson, one-half of the duo credited for discovering the structure of DNA, which won them…

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Self-care Warfare: Sex, You Don’t Deserve It
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Self-care Warfare: Sex, You Don’t Deserve It

If you didn’t know or did know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (shout out to CARE (Center for Advocacy, Resources and Education) for hosting Take Back the…

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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Cat Calling
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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: Cat Calling

Ah, Picnic Day—a wonderful event filled with friends and popsicles and music and puppies. It’s a day we all look forward to, a day we can’t wait to…

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Myths and Misconceptions about Health: Ebola Epidemic or Hysteria?
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Myths and Misconceptions about Health: Ebola Epidemic or Hysteria?

I wouldn’t doubt that over the last several months you’ve come across the word ebola through multiple means of communication and social media. It may have been the…

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Rising Above the Noise—A Midterms Meditation
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Rising Above the Noise—A Midterms Meditation

It’s that time again; midterms are upon us. I know many of you have had some already, and I hope they went great. For those of us who…

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Campus community working to combat stigma surrounding mental health
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Campus community working to combat stigma surrounding mental health

In the next month, three student-run groups, which include Out of the Darkness, Active Minds and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), are planning events to help…

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Coming of age in the digital revolution: High hopes for higher ed—reflecting on the future of higher ed
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Coming of age in the digital revolution: High hopes for higher ed—reflecting on the future of higher ed

One thing I’ve come to appreciate about my UC Davis education is the fact that on some days, even when I’m dead tired, slept through my alarm and…

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Self-care Warfare: Stop Saying That About the Weather
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Self-care Warfare: Stop Saying That About the Weather

One of the more pervasive and often not thought about forms of oppressions that has gained a large amount of attention recently is ableism. Ableism is a form…

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Cuts on the horizon for ASUCD
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Cuts on the horizon for ASUCD

Last quarter, ASUCD passed Senate Bill #46, requiring that this year’s budget proposal will have to cut around $50,000 in anticipation of potential future deficits. On top of…

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Myths and Misconceptions about Health: The Calcium Complex – Is Milk Really The Best Source Of Calcium?
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Myths and Misconceptions about Health: The Calcium Complex – Is Milk Really The Best Source Of Calcium?

Growing up in the United States, you were more than likely taught and maybe even scolded by your parents, grandparents and other authority figures to drink milk. They…

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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: The Very Ineffective Program (VIP)
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Rape? Yes, I do want to talk about it: The Very Ineffective Program (VIP)

With the growing trend of disgusting rapists, and the increasing movement to stop disgusting rapists, the Obama administration has made it it their mission to educate us about…

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