Higher Education

The State Hornet
Sac State offers new yoga class for trauma survivors

Stress relief, mentoring, and coping were found within the Yoga for Trauma Survivors event held at the Well on Tuesday. This event was promoted as a safe haven for anyone who has survived any type of ...

The State Hornet
Sac State students celebrate the history of Cinco de Mayo

The well-celebrated Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, has spread food, festivities and mariachi bands across the bordering state of California. But at Sacramento State, some students are well aware of t ...

The State Hornet
Men strut their stuff for a cause

Over 600 men 'click-clacked' around Capitol Mall Saturday to raise money and awareness for those who have fell victim to domestic violence and sexual assault. 

The California Aggie
ASUCD Senate passes resolution condemning Islamophobia

May 2, 2013

After approximately five hours of discussion, the ASUCD Senate passed Senate Resolution 21 on April 25 with a 7-4-1 vote. The resolution condemns Islamophobic speech at the University of California. The resolution defined Islamaphobia as “the irrational fear of Islam, Muslims or anything related to the Islamic or Arab cultures and traditions.” Authors stated...

The California Aggie
Financial aid option for middle-income students announced

May 2, 2013

UC Davis announced the Aggie Grant financial aid plan April 18, effective this upcoming 2013-14 school year. The plan aims to aid the university’s California-resident, middle-class students with baseline tuition. Qualifying students with family incomes ranging from $80,000 to $120,000 could offset at least 25 percent of their base tuition and fees through this...

The California Aggie
Campus Judicial Affairs

May 2, 2013

Copy and Paste A student was referred to Student Judicial Affairs (SJA) for suspected plagiarism on a term paper for an upper division course. The suspicions of plagiarism arose when the instructor noticed a significant difference in the quality of writing throughout the paper. The writing was very poor except for certain sections, which...

The California Aggie
Get naked for charity

May 2, 2013

Andrew Nelson, a third-year psychology major, looks up from his study materials at 11:50 p.m., pulls on gray dress pants and an old T-shirt and dashes to the MU. He mills about the flagpole with a few others until a giant crowd appears, then strips down to his navy blue and green skivvies. He...

The California Aggie
Watts legal?

May 2, 2013

Before spring break, this column answered a reader’s question about whether it’s legal for a bus driver to cram passengers on a bus beyond the vehicle’s capacity. I explained that many buses will have a Vehicle Inspection Certificate stating the maximum capacity; if you encounter a bus with such a sign, the posted number...

The California Aggie
New online student portal to debut this fall at UC Davis

May 2, 2013

Next fall, when students go to MyUCDavis on their browser, they will be redirected to a new student portal. This past November, development began on a new online student services portal, which has yet to be named. The site will have a student-centered approach, where students will be able to access multiple services on...

The California Aggie
A peek at TEDx 2013

May 2, 2013

UC Davis Limited Student Discount: $15 UC Davis students, faculty, alumni and staff: $20 General Admission: $25 Buy online at tedxucdavis.com Additional ticketing fees apply On May 18, a TEDx event, TEDxUCDavis, will be held on campus in Wright Hall with speakers from a variety of fields. TED, the nonprofit organization known for their...

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