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The California Aggie
Former UC Davis nurse wins $730,000-case against UC Regents

Former UC Davis nurse wins $730,000-case against UC Regents

Janet Fulton’s nine-year legal ordeal exposes human subject research without legal compliance When Janet Fulton, a former registered nurse at the UC Davis Medical Center, first filed a report concerning a joint research program conducted by the university, it took up to seven years for any of her concerns to be legally validated. Fulton...

The California Aggie
The untold story of ‘The Uncondemned’

The untold story of ‘The Uncondemned’

UC Davis Professor of Law instigated first conviction of sexual assault as a war crime. In 2013, UC Davis School of Law professor Lisa Pruitt received a phone call that would change her life forever. This call had to do with a memo she wrote 17 years prior, which would later assist in the...

The California Aggie
The untold story of ‘The Uncondemned’

The untold story of ‘The Uncondemned’

UC Davis Professor of Law instigated first conviction of sexual assault as a war crime. In 2013, UC Davis School of Law professor Lisa Pruitt received a phone call that would change her life forever. This call had to do with a memo she wrote 17 years prior, which would later assist in the...

The California Aggie
A century of celebration

A century of celebration

UC Davis alumna reflects on great-grandfather’s role as first Picnic Day chair. Come spring, thousands of visitors will flock to campus to experience what is believed to be the largest student-run event in the country. For some, though, Picnic Day is more than just a day of ice cream, giggles and dachshund races —...

The California Aggie
Keeping students on track

Keeping students on track

Increase in next academic year’s enrollment calls into question possible effects on student retention. Already in this academic year, UC Davis obtained the largest solar plant on a college campus nationwide, the new Center for African Diaspora Student Success opened its doors in October 2015, and a staggering 86,041 hopefuls applied for the chance...

The California Aggie
Keeping students on track

Keeping students on track

Increase in next academic year’s enrollment calls into question possible effects on student retention. Already in this academic year, UC Davis obtained the largest solar plant on a college campus nationwide, the new Center for African Diaspora Student Success opened its doors in October 2015, and a staggering 86,041 hopefuls applied for the chance...

The California Aggie
Former ASUCD vice president, senator speak out on mental health strain in association

Feb 9, 2016
Former ASUCD vice president, senator speak out on mental health strain in association

ASUCD to implement new mental health resources following resignations It’s a rainy mid-afternoon in Davis when former ASUCD Vice President Robyn Huey walks into the Student Community Center. Her smile beams through as she holds open the door, ushering another student inside. This image is starkly different from the Huey students saw 10 months...

The State Hornet
Strike dates on CSU campuses announced

In a press conference Monday morning, the California Faculty Association announced the dates of a five-day strike if negotiations with the California State University administration do not yield results.

The State Hornet
Strike dates on CSU campuses announced

Feb 8, 2016

In a press conference Monday morning, the California Faculty Association announced the dates of a five-day strike if negotiations with the California State University administration do not yield results.

The California Aggie
UC Davis revamps website design

UC Davis revamps website design

Updated website adds information on admissions, educational programs, campus life to homepage On Jan. 19, UC Davis launched its redesigned website, which provides easier navigation and more content for current and prospective students as well as parents and staff. Staff from departments including strategic communications, information and educational technology, undergraduate admissions, student affairs marketing...

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