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The California Aggie
Roving Reporter: How would you bring about the apocalypse?

Roving Reporter: How would you bring about the apocalypse?

Alyssa Hurst Senior English and evolutionary anthropology double major “I would kill all the bees. Everything would die.” Anastasia Rud Junior international relations and engineering double major “Kill the world with comedy and make everyone laugh to death.” Justin Hardin First-year biological medical engineering major “Complete darkness, no electricity, no lights.” Wendah Alvarez Senior...

The State Hornet
President Gonzalez to finish his 12 years of service at end of May

After serving as president of Sacramento State for 12 years, Alexander Gonzalez is leaving behind a largely-altered campus still continuing to change.

The California Aggie
Q&A with undergraduate researchers

May 15, 2015

Student presenters at undergraduate research conference share experiences, tips The 2015 Undergraduate Research Conference took place on May 1 and 2 at the ARC Pavilion and Wellman Hall. Every year UC Davis undergraduate students from a variety of academic fields come together to share and discuss their research via oral and poster presentations.  ...

The State Hornet
Faculty Senate honors President Gonzalez

May 13, 2015

The Faculty Senate recognized President Alexander Gonzalez just before his retirement with a standing ovation during the senate's weekly meeting on Thursday.



The California Aggie
ME/SA Community Week hosts shadeism discussion

May 12, 2015

Combatting discrimination based on skin color As part of Middle Eastern and South Asian (ME/SA) Community Week, the Indian Student Association (ISA) of UC Davis hosted its first discussion on shadeism and sexism within the South Asian community last Thursday in the Student Community Center (SCC). “Shadeism” is relatively unknown term — in fact,...

The California Aggie
Baby got (your) back

Davis Food Co-op provides a support group for new parents On G street in downtown Davis is a small house with cheerful yellow walls, a pink roof and large windows. This little house is the Davis Food Co-op’s Teaching Kitchen, and it is a meeting space for many of the Co-op’s interest groups and...

The California Aggie
Senate Brief: April 30, 2014

ASUCD Vice President Gareth Smythe presided over the weekly senate meeting on April 30. The meeting was called to order at 8:11 p.m. Environmental Policy and Planning Commission Chair Marissa Ayala and senators Anabiah Syed, Miguel Guerrero, Roman Rivilis, Sarah Priano and Anas Tresh were not present at roll call. Tresh arrived at 8:28...

The California Aggie
Study reveals that online classes don’t necessarily yield positive results

May 11, 2015

A recent study conducted by Cassandra Hart, an assistant professor in the UC Davis School of Education, and education doctoral students Michael Hill and Elizabeth Friedmann found that student grades and completion rates of community college students are lower when they take online courses as opposed to face-to-face classes. The researchers studied students who...

The California Aggie
This Week in Senate

On April 23, the ASUCD senate meeting began with a call to order. During Appointments and Confirmations, senate confirmed former ASUCD senator Gareth Smythe as the new vice president, following former vice president Robyn Huey’s recent resignation. Senate also confirmed two new Outreach Assembly members. During Unit Director Reports, the unit directors of the...

The California Aggie
How would you rule?

How would you rule?

Students consider their first order of business if in charge If you were stranded on a desert island and are designated ruler of that island, what would your first rule be? Juliana Noronha Second-year neurobiology, physiology, and behavior major “My first rule would be for them to call me ‘master of the universe!’”  ...

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