Student Newspaper Returns to Print
A UC Davis tradition returned to campus this fall — print editions of The California Aggie.
Renovated Bookstore Makes its Debut
UC Davis’ main bookstore reopened this summer with a new name and look, as well as additional features.
The Davis Farmers Market celebrates 40 years since its founding by UC Davis students and alumni.
UC Davis To Launch Center for Gun Violence Research
Though no end is in sight for the two-decade-long dearth of federal funding for firearm violence research, the country’s first state-funded center is coming to UC Davis’ Sacramento campus.
Portrait of an Artist
Emilio Soltero, Ph.D. ’04, teaches art to community college students in the Central Valley, underprivileged youth in the Sacramento area, and kids and adults at the Crocker Art Museum.
Promoting Progress Abroad
As the new U.S. ambassador to the former military dictatorship Myanmar, Scot Marciel ’81 has been tasked with rebuilding a long and unsteady relationship between the two countries.
Dome Sweet Dome
Opened in 1972 the Domes continue to operate as an example of a modern democratic, sustainable community.
A Day in the Life in Antarctica
Follow Lt. Refael Klein ’10 through a typical August day at the South Pole.
Gunrock has a new look.
Get To Know New Athletics Director Kevin Blue
Blue, 33, comes from Stanford, where he was the senior associate athletics director for external relations.
Brother and sister Juan and Stephanie Quero attend UC Davis together.
Reading the New Nutrition Label
University of California food experts praised the labeling changes and offered key takeaways.
Veterinary Nutritionists Try to Curb Obesity in Cats
From the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
How to Choose the Best Olive Oil
From the UC Davis Olive Center
The Blended Burger
Looking for a healthy alternative to the standard burger?
Here: Science, Education and Discovery
UC Davis students and faculty get an unconventional view of the Grand Canyon.
A Leader Among Women in Tech
Adriana Gascoigne ’00 started Girls in Tech to accelerate the number of women entering the tech industry around the world.
For more than a century, UC Davis has been studying beverages — from milk to wine and beer, and most recently tea and coffee.
Speed Racing Biologist
A professor of molecular and cellular biology is also an amateur race car driver.
The combination of vehicles and wildlife on California highways is all too often a costly recipe for disaster.
New Veterinary Medical Center on the Drawing Board
To keep pace with growing demand, the nation’s top-ranked vet school plans to dramatically update and expand the hospital into a comprehensive center.