Pop group reunites to speak at Letters and Sciences ceremonyFamous English-Irish band One Direction will reunite in June to speak at the UC Davis College of Letters and Sciences spring commencement ceremony. The band, which broke up early 2015 after Zayn Malik went solo, will be speaking to Aggies about the importance of perseverance and handling pressure. The band grew to win the hearts of millions after an appearance on X Factor.
Similarities with Mewtwo, MU II lead to legal battle between unlikely foesAfter the completion of the Memorial Union’s renovations earlier this month, UC Davis has decided to rename the student center. The MU II, as it is now called, was retrofitted and received a bit of a makeover from the last time it was open nearly four years ago.
Voted the best general education course at UC Davis, Nutrition 10: Discoveries and Concepts in Nutrition (NUT 10) is a three-unit class that is offered year-round. Fulfilling science and engineering credit, the 400-person course is taken by countless students. Covering the development and properties of nutrition throughout history, the class is both informative and applicable.
Had an almost decent “tight NY 5 (minutes)” ready to go. Problem: I’m not in NY and had to go for 12. Added the extra 7 minutes in variations of “um,” “like,” and “it’s funny because.” I think the 3 people watching at 11:57 PM on a Thursday would have preferred the 5.
Did a set at @cantersdeli. As an LA native, it was a hugely sentimental moment for me. I got there and the mic was broken. No mic, still did set. Felt like Ricky Bobby. "What do I do with my hands?"
Re: redemption; Reubens were 70 cents.
Re: couldn't eat the sandwich b/c bread.
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