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The California Aggie
UC Davis Medical Center identified as Ebola-ready

Nov 6, 2014
UC Davis Medical Center identified as Ebola-ready

On Oct. 24, the University of California (UC) Office of the President confirmed in a press release that the UC Davis Medical Center (UCDMC) in Sacramento will be one of five UC medical centers prepared to take in and treat officially-diagnosed Ebola patients. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) now recognizes all five...

The California Aggie
Carry That Weight Day of Action takes place at UC Davis

Nov 6, 2014
Carry That Weight Day of Action takes place at UC Davis

According to The Washington Post’s ranking system, UC Davis has the fifth-highest number of reported sexual assaults of all college campuses nationwide. UC Davis students did not take this news sitting down, as students gathered outside Women’s Resources And Research Center the morning of Oct. 29 to participate in the Carry That Weight Day...

The State Hornet
Election results: How the propositions affect you

Nov 5, 2014

The Graduate Association of Students in Public Policy and Administration co-hosted a non-partisan voter information forum providing presentations for six propositions on the November ballot in the Alumni Hall at Sacramento State on Thursday. ...

The State Hornet
Shooting hoax alerts Sac State police

Sacramento State police responded to a shooting threat written in graffiti at 1 p.m.

The State Hornet
Students explore politics and voting at Sac State’s Fall Ethics Symposium

Professors and university students explored the intersection of politics and ethics Monday at the ninth annual Fall Ethics Symposium.

The California Aggie
Aggies should (Gun)Rock the Vote!

Nov 4, 2014

On Nov. 4, polls will be open for voting from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.  According to the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), of all young voters between the ages of 18 and 29, only 24 percent voted in the 2010 midterm elections. We highly encourage everyone to...

The California Aggie
Davis Filmmaking Society drives students’ cinematography passions

Nov 4, 2014

Operating as a small-scale movie-making studio while emulating the film industry, the Davis Filmmaking Society (DFS) works to train its members in the field of cinematography. Despite only having been created last Winter Quarter by a group of first-year students, the organization has grown rapidly since its start and now consists of over 50...

The California Aggie
Interview with human rights professor Keith Watenpaugh

Nov 4, 2014

In the religious studies department in Sproul Hall, one will find professor Keith Watenpaugh in his office overlooking the university campus from the ninth floor. An associate professor of modern Islam, human rights and peace since 2006, Watenpaugh recently developed the human rights minor at UC Davis. His most recent research involves displaced Syrian...

The California Aggie
Davis experiences water issues during California’s drought

Nov 4, 2014

At around 10 p.m. last Wednesday, Carmelo Lane experienced a water main leak due to erosion in old pipes. The leak caused street damage and required immediate attention from the Davis Police Department and the Public Works Department. The Public works department worked on fixing the leaks from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. The...

The California Aggie
News in brief: BloodSource hosts seventh annual blood drive Nov. 4 and 5

Nov 4, 2014

BloodSource’s seventh annual “Causeway Classic Blood Drive” will take place on Nov. 4 and 5. The blood drive will also serve as a competition between UC Davis and Sacramento State in terms of turnout for students, faculty and administrators. In the past six years of the blood drive’s existence, UC Davis won the first...

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