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The California Aggie
News in Brief: We Are Aggie Pride hosts events throughout the week

Feb 25, 2013

We Are Aggie Pride, a student-run philanthropy program that aims to collect emergency funds for UC Davis students in need, is hosting a series of events this week through Thursday. The program is currently in its second year and is the first student-run organization of its kind on the West Coast. This week’s events...

The California Aggie
ASUCD preliminary election results announced

Results from the ASUCD Winter Election were announced today, with NOW candidates Carly Sandstrom and Bradley Bottoms voted to become the next president and vice president. “ fantastic. All the work paid off. It was a great campaign. Everyone — from all slates — worked their butts off,” Sandstrom said. Out of all...

The State Hornet
Financial Aid Awareness Month helps students

At Sacramento State's financial aid office, there are many resources students can use in order to step over the barriers of the unknown. 

The California Aggie
Camp with intent

UC Davis students and alumni are given the opportunity to volunteer and help children from foster care and underprivileged families through a two-week summer camp called Cal Aggie Camp. “Cal Aggie Camp is a sleep-away summer camp for youth from underserved communities in Sacramento and nearby counties,” said volunteer John Vu, a fourth-year biochemistry...

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The California Aggie
Senate bill would establish polling places at California public universities

Senator Leland Yee (D-San Francisco/San Mateo) introduced Senate Bill 240 on Feb. 12, which would establish polling places at California State University and University of California campuses. According to Yee’s website, the intention of the bill is to encourage college students to vote in the elections. Yee initiated the bill to increase the pool...

The California Aggie
UC Davis requests permission to fly aerial drones

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a list of of agencies that requested permission to fly drones in early February. The list includes state departments, local law enforcement, as well as colleges and universities, and comes as a response to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which mandates the FAA to make the list...

The California Aggie
Are you DTF?

An inside look: My post While the moderator said that there are an average of 600 individual views per post, to get a better idea of the response that someone on the site obtains, I created a fake email and submitted a minimal, two-line profile. I was surprised to open my inbox two days...

The California Aggie
Campus Judicial Report

Life’s an open book A graduate student was recently referred to Student Judicial Affairs (SJA) by her professor for having unauthorized materials out during a closed-book exam. She, like many other students, was enrolled in both this course and another course taught by the same professor. The exam for this course was closed-book, but...

The State Hornet
Twenty One Pilot’s touch down on campus

Hip-hop, synth-pop, and big beats are one way to describe Twenty One Pilot's.

The State Hornet
Sacramento State’s Library houses hidden treasures

Sacramento State’s Library houses hidden treasures

Of the many facilities available to Sacramento State students through enrollment, the Library is one of the bigger ones going unnoticed on a daily basis.

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