Higher Education

The California Aggie
Education for Sustainable Living Program offered Spring Quarter 2013

Feb 27, 2013

Beginning in 2004, University of California campuses have offered the Education for Sustainable Living Program (ESLP). The program arrived at UC Davis in 2008, and has been taught every Spring Quarter since then. The primary program involved in ESLP’s initiation is the ASUCD Campus Center for the Environment (CCE). “Though the class was run...

The California Aggie
College 101

While UC Davis seniors are gearing up to delve into the real world, it’s also that stressful time of year when high school students are getting ready for the much-anticipated college experience. Before this independent lifestyle, however, students need to actually get into college. UC Davis offers multiple programs and student services which prepare...

The State Hornet
Breaking avian news: Wild turkeys flock to Sacramento State

A flock of wild turkeys has been spotted roosting in a tree near Capistrano Hall, and generally strutting around campus like they own the place.

The California Aggie
News in Brief: Day of Action information session today

UC Davis students and workers are organizing a Day of Action information session today in the Memorial Union Art Conference Room. The one-hour session will address the Wednesday day of action, which opposes the University’s involvement in fossil fuels, the laying off of employees, cuts to wages and UC executives receiving annual salaries of...

The California Aggie
Textiles and clothing major withstands motion to close admissions

The Undergraduate Council at UC Davis rejected a proposal to suspend admissions to the Textiles and Clothing program Feb. 15. The program is currently undergoing a review by the Academic Senate’s Undergraduate Instruction and Program Review Committee (UPR). The Textiles and Clothing program is part of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES)...

The California Aggie
News in Brief: University administrators, ASUCD student leaders to hold press conference at UC Davis Jobs Initiative event

University administrators and ASUCD student leaders are scheduled to hold a press conference today at the UC Davis Jobs Initiative event at 8 a.m. in front of Freeborn Hall. The press conference will include Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Adela De La Torre, Provost Ralph J. Hexter, as well as ASUCD President Rebecca...

The California Aggie
Tri-Cooperatives and Domes accepting applications

To dorm-room and apartment complex dwellers, the grassy pathways to the Baggins End Domes and the clotheslines hanging across Tri-Cooperative bedrooms seem a remarkable way of life. Both residences are cooperative communities which practice sustainable living. They follow Student Housing’s established practices, and are open to only UC Davis students. The Tri Co-ops are...

The California Aggie
Campus Judicial Report

Will pay for help A student was referred to Student Judicial Affairs (SJA) for soliciting classmates to take his online exam. The student posted a public Facebook message offering monetary compensation for anyone who would be willing to do this for him. The matter came to SJA’s attention when they received an anonymous email...

The State Hornet
Competitive Robotics Club open to students wanting to explore robot construction

Engineering and computer science reaches a whole new level through robotics. Sacramento State’s Competitive Robotics Club encourages all students to become active members of transforming scrap garage

The State Hornet
Explosion causes fire at The Villas apartments

A small explosion has caused a fire at The Villas at La Riviera apartments around 3:10 this afternoon.

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