The California Aggie

The California Aggie With more than 90 writers, editors, copyreaders, photographers, designers, advertising representatives and sales clerks, The California Aggie is an entirely student-run publication serving UC Davis and the Davis community. It is also financially independent, receiving no direct monetary support from ASUCD or the university, aside from using its offices in 25 Lower Freeborn rent free. The Aggie publishes Monday through Thursday with over 70 distribution points placed over the UC Davis campus and the city of Davis. The Aggie publishes 7,000 copies Monday through Wednesday and 8,000 on Thursday. Without a journalism program at UC Davis, The Aggie also serves as a valuable hands-on laboratory for students interested in journalism, reporting, opinion writing and all other aspects of newspaper design and production.

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Spirited then, spirited now

Spirited then, spirited now

The lively yet little-known history of Cruess Hall On her first day, Karen Nofziger sat at her desk in Cruess Hall, nervous about her new job as Staff Manager of the UC Davis Department of Food Science and Technology. A faculty member strode by with strawberry ice cream sprinkled with almonds and offered her...

Police Logs

Police Logs

Another week of ‘why did people call the police about this nonsense?’ Nov. 20 “Hydraulic lift parked across from RP’s res, RP feels it’s sticking too far out on the roadway” Nov. 21 “Male talking to himself about conspiracies” Nov. 22 “ charging devices on the city electrical outlet” Nov. 22 “Two loose dogs...

Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Graduate Student Association, ASUCD Senate pass resolutions calling for concessions from UC President Janet Napolitano The search for a new UC Davis chancellor continues after the resignation of controversial former chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, this past August. Now, more resignations could be on the way from Brian Riley and Elly Oltersdorf, the graduate and...

The more, the merrier

The more, the merrier

Looking at benefits of group studying With final exams just next week, many students will spend the next several days reviewing a whole quarter’s worth of notes and assignments — but studying so much material in such a short amount of time can be a daunting thought. What are some of the most effective...

Davis Turkey Trot: more than just another race

Davis Turkey Trot: more than just another race

Participants gathered for 5k, 10k, half marathon races Five, four, three, two, one… Go! Those were the words that sent off just over 1,750 runners in the 29th annual Davis Turkey Trot on Nov. 19. The chilly and rainy weather didn’t stop these determined athletes from running their hearts out. Hosted by A Change...

Fall Quarter ASUCD voter turnout faces steady decline

Fall Quarter ASUCD voter turnout faces steady decline

Results show lowest turnout in four years Over the past few years, the number of students voting in the Fall Quarter ASUCD elections has steadily decreased. 2,287 ballots were cast during the recent fall 2016 election, which coincided with the 2016 presidential election. While the past few Winter Quarter elections have ranged from 730...

Adventuring away to find community

Adventuring away to find community

Students bond over their love for escaping stress, embracing nature Mountain cabin trips and snow sports are things both UC Davis Outdoor Adventures (OA) and the Ski or Snowboard Club (SOS) look forward to in winter months. But for these outdoor enthusiasts, the significance of winter extends beyond spending a day on the slopes....

A new technological community

A new technological community

Exploring the many forms of interactive virtual environments on campus Walk on the moon, swim through coral reefs, battle mythical beasts — all while never leaving the same building. These are opportunities that one can experience with virtual reality (VR) systems, which can be found in various forms throughout the UC Davis campus. From...

Affordable, clean, green energy is coming to Yolo County, Davis

Affordable, clean, green energy is coming to Yolo County, Davis

Citizens can expect more cost-competitive clean energy for 2017 With rising concerns of climate change, green energy continues to gain interest in communities such as Davis and Yolo County. On Oct. 25, Davis and Yolo County representatives voted unanimously to create the Valley Clean Energy Alliance (VCEA), which aims to deliver cost-competitive clean electricity...

ASUCD Coffee House celebrates its history

ASUCD Coffee House celebrates its history

Fall campaign engages students in activities surrounding CoHo history Throughout this quarter, the ASUCD Coffee House (CoHo) has been promoting its history in a campaign titled Students Serving Students Since 1968. CoHo director Darin Schluep and front of house manager Lauren Woods had been planning the campaign since Spring Quarter of 2016 in partnership...

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