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Archive | May, 2011

Goals and Goals!

Goals and Goals!

Hola! Today’s random rider is Alex Vercelli. Well, today’s rider is actually a bus driver. Alex has been driving big red buses for about three years and although he drives most routes, his favorite is the F-line. Alex explains that the F-line is the most scenic and “beautiful” route. This route covers most of north Davis […]

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Who's Who?

Who’s Who?

The Who?  That’s right, The Who!  The English rock band with the confusing name created an album titled “Tommy” in 1968.  Tommy helped The Who’s rise to fame and eventually earned a movie title of the same name, followed by a rock opera, all based off the original story contained within the album.  A production […]

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Sammie's Bunny Run & Drive

Sammie’s Bunny Run & Drive

On Saturday, April 23rd, Fleet Feet Davis hosted the first annual Sammie’s Bunny Run and Drive. Runners, walkers, fitness enthusiasts, and friends came out for a run or walk around Davis followed by breakfast at Fleet Feet. Participants in this free event were asked to bring a new bunny or springtime stuffed animal as a […]

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Noblest Roman of Them All

Noblest Roman of Them All

The sunlight slowly fades away as Apollo’s sphere continues it’s journey to the west.  And as the sun fades, Julius Caesar begins. On Wednesday, May 11th, I went and took a seat on the steps of the School of Education Courtyard in preparation for the Shakespearian play to start.  The air was a little chilly […]

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With My Own Two Wheels

With My Own Two Wheels

Tonight at 8:30 P.M., in celebration of the Tour de California ending in Sacramento, there will be a screening of With My Own Two Wheels at the Davis Varsity Theater. The film, created by Bay Area filmmaker Jacob Seigel-Boettner, is about how bicycles are impacting the lives of thousands in Africa, India, and beyond. It […]

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Flower Power

Flower Power

As you scan the UC Davis Spring Course Catalogue, you can’t help but be drawn to one particular class name. Nestled right between the harsh-sounding political science classes and the systematic, detail-oriented plant science classes sits PLS 006, also known as Flower Power. Dr. Heiner Lieth gives students the opportunity to explore the application of the […]

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