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UC Davis student organization raises $2,000 to donate 80 supply-filled duffel bags to local foster youth

UC Davis student organization raises $2,000 to donate 80 supply-filled duffel bags to local foster youth

Fundraiser coincides with Foster Care Awareness Month in May Student organizations Guardian Scholars and the Davis chapter of California Youth Connection raised $2,000 in a little over two months to purchase and fill 80 duffel bags from the foster organization Together We Rise to give to foster youth in Yolo County. According to the...

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The most underrated UC Davis resources

The most underrated UC Davis resources

Five assets that will help you achieve success in college. The Teaching Kitchen The Teaching Kitchen, located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, offers various cooking classes throughout spring that students can sign up for online. These classes are free for UC Davis students, and are especially designed to cater to busy college...

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The most underrated UC Davis resources

The most underrated UC Davis resources

Five assets that will help you achieve success in college. The Teaching Kitchen The Teaching Kitchen, located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, offers various cooking classes throughout spring that students can sign up for online. These classes are free for UC Davis students, and are especially designed to cater to busy college...

The California Aggie
The most underrated UC Davis resources

The most underrated UC Davis resources

Five assets that will help you achieve success in college. The Teaching Kitchen The Teaching Kitchen, located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, offers various cooking classes throughout spring that students can sign up for online. These classes are free for UC Davis students, and are especially designed to cater to busy college...

The California Aggie
The most underrated UC Davis resources

The most underrated UC Davis resources

Five assets that will help you achieve success in college. The Teaching Kitchen The Teaching Kitchen, located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, offers various cooking classes throughout spring that students can sign up for online. These classes are free for UC Davis students, and are especially designed to cater to busy college...

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HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

UC Davis’ first-ever major hacking event. UC Davis students, along with hackers from UCLA and Sacramento State, competed in a 24-hour programming event called HackDavis, using their coding and software skills to design projects useful for the environment, education or health. The event was held from Saturday, May 7 through Sunday, May 8 in...

The California Aggie
HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

UC Davis’ first-ever major hacking event. UC Davis students, along with hackers from UCLA and Sacramento State, competed in a 24-hour programming event called HackDavis, using their coding and software skills to design projects useful for the environment, education or health. The event was held from Saturday, May 7 through Sunday, May 8 in...

The California Aggie
HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

UC Davis’ first-ever major hacking event. UC Davis students, along with hackers from UCLA and Sacramento State, competed in a 24-hour programming event called HackDavis, using their coding and software skills to design projects useful for the environment, education or health. The event was held from Saturday, May 7 through Sunday, May 8 in...

The California Aggie
HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

HackDavis: students use their hacking powers for good

UC Davis’ first-ever major hacking event. UC Davis students, along with hackers from UCLA and Sacramento State, competed in a 24-hour programming event called HackDavis, using their coding and software skills to design projects useful for the environment, education or health. The event was held from Saturday, May 7 through Sunday, May 8 in...

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Advice to future Aggies

Advice to future Aggies

Students discuss what they would tell incoming students about college life. If you could tell high schoolers one thing about college, what would it be?   Brandon Nguyen, fourth-year computer science major   “I would tell them to put a lot of effort into researching the school as opposed to the first one...

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