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Davis Vanguard
Council Takes Community Dialogue Approach on B Street Striping

Nov 21, 2014
Council Takes Community Dialogue Approach on B Street Striping

While an overwhelming number of resident expressed concerns about the safety risks involved with the parking configurations along B Street between 7th and 8th, the city council pulled back to take a more community dialogue based approach on Tuesday night. Councilmember Brett Lee said, “I think there is an issue on B St between...

Davis Vanguard
Does President’s Immigration Reform Go Far Enough?

Nov 21, 2014
Does President’s Immigration Reform Go Far Enough?

While some have complained that the President overreached by using the Executive Order route to address immigration reform, the President pushed back that Congress should pass legislation on the issue, and others have argued that the reform does not go far enough in drawing a five year boundary on “amnesty” and only impacting five...

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Davis Vanguard
Are Republicans Nostalgic for the Gilded Age?

Nov 21, 2014

By Claire Goldstene The Republican Party today could be rechristened the Party of the Second Gilded Age. Hostility to abortion and affirmative action, deregulation of industry, tax breaks for the wealthy (i.e., “job creators”), and union-busting embody an attempt to undermine the progressive social programs that came out of the 1960s, as well as...

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Davis Vanguard
Defendant Claims He Was Not Driver in Chase

Nov 21, 2014

by Antoinnette Borbon Testimony continued today with audiotaped interview of accused Oregon man. It is the defendant’s contention he is not the person responsible for driving the vehicle that led authorities on a dangerous high-speed chase. On April 24th, 2013, prosecution alleges that Elijah Taylor of Oregon stole a vehicle and left the state...

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Bamboo and More
Arizona redux

Arizona redux

Like yesterday, today has been a gloomy, gray day with on-and-off-again rain. Not much, but enough to get everything wet. Yeah for the rain—we desperately need it—but it prevented me from taking photos for another post I had in mind.

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Gates Pass...

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The California Aggie
UC Regents approve tuition hike

Nov 20, 2014

The University of California (UC) Board of Regents approved a tuition plan Thursday morning that will increase UC tuition by up to five percent annually over the next five years. The decision came at the Board of Regents meeting held at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus, where hundreds of students protested. UC tuition is currently...

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The California Aggie
UC Davis offered the chance to discover “Roots of Inspiration”

Nov 20, 2014
UC Davis offered the chance to discover “Roots of Inspiration”

  On Saturday, TEDxUCDavis will be hosting its first salon of the year from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tickets will be $5 for Davis students and $7 for non-students. TEDxUCDavis is an independently organized version of the globally-renowned TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Conferences. TED Conferences, popularized by the release of “TED Talks” online (many...

The California Aggie
Davis Police holds open dialogue on military vehicle acquisition

Nov 20, 2014

The Davis Police Department (DPD) held an open dialogue on Nov. 13, in the Davis Senior Center to discuss the June 2014 acquisition of the Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle (MRAP) from the federal government. With over nearly 60 people including city council members, the DPD and the general public, the event aimed to conduct...

The California Aggie
UC Davis researchers win USDA research award

Nov 20, 2014

This November, UC Davis professors Patrick Brown, Jan Hopmans and Ken Shackel, along with retired UC Cooperative Extension Specialist Larry Schwankl, received the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s 2014 Experiment Station Section Excellence in Multistate Research Award. This award acknowledges universities’ multistate research projects. These researchers received this honor for their work...

The California Aggie
UC Davis earns USDA honor for agricultural efforts in Afghanistan

Nov 20, 2014

On Nov. 5, Jim Hill, associate dean for International Programs at the UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and Michael McGirr, national program leader of the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food and Agriculture’s Center for International Programs, were presented with the 2014 USDA Secretary’s Honor Award in Washington, D.C....

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