May 30, 2017
How did Davis become a city? Most people think it took half the town burning down to convince residents of what was then Davisville to incorporate 100 years ago.
As the director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Neal Benezra, M.A. ’78, has been active in the transformation of the modern art landscape in San Francisco.
In 2015, Joyce Lee ’00 was named head of design at Madewell, the J.Crew sister brand.
José Quiñonez ’94 was honored by the MacArthur Foundation with the “genius grant” for his work bridging the gap between banks and low-income immigrants.
Tips for safely running your first — or next — marathon.
At UC Davis, Darius Graham ’17 was part of basketball coach Jim Les’ first recruiting class, earning a full scholarship, and over five seasons has become a star player.
Owls are adept at controlling pest populations — a skill you can use in your backyard while protecting owls from secondary poisoning caused by rodent killers.
This smoothie from the UC Davis Student Health and Wellness Center provides more than a third of your daily fruit and vegetable servings.
Transform your food waste into premium compost.
Acquired in 1950, the University Airport operates as a general aviation airport.
At UC Davis, activists this year have fought against the Dakota Access Pipeline, policies like the immigration order, and for and against a local appearance by controversial former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous.
Information abounds on the kinds of exercise that can keep your body strong, but what will keep your mind healthy?
When the pressures of dual careers in veterinary medicine accumulate, Danika and Mike Bannasch retreat to their 40-acre slice of heaven, 15 minutes west of campus.
Since graduation, Fawzi Haimor ’05, M.A. ’07, has performed with some of America’s finest orchestras. He takes over a highly-regarded German orchestra in September.
Dan Hawkins’ career came full circle when he returned to his alma mater, taking over as head coach of the UC Davis football program.
Gary S. May, engineering dean at the Georgia Institute of Technology, was confirmed by unanimous vote of the Board of Regents at a special meeting on Feb. 23.
New designs for some of Sacramento’s well known but underused downtown public spaces are in the works, with a little help from a UC Davis professor and his students.
Workshop aims to help secondary English and history teachers better understand the Holocaust and then develop lesson plans on the subject.
A $23.5 million project replaced divided rooms with open lounge space, and a two-story atrium has been added on the north side.
UC Davis veterinarians, technicians and students provide vital zoo health care.
A new driveway for four food trucks, along with a large canopy for diners, opened in April.
First it flowed east. Then it hardly flowed at all. Soon it will flow gently to the west — making the campus waterway a more dynamic element of the UC Davis Arboretum.
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