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So it’s been a few weeks since the last Look Familiar??? post and in those past weeks a lot of activity has taken place on campus, specifically the Quad. The Quad is a central point in campus activities and now, just as in the past, it is a popular location ...
November 23, 2011 • Jenny Hodge
This week’s post in the UC Davis traditions series highlights a UC-wide tradition. All University Weekend, the idea of UC President Robert Gordon Sproul, started in 1948. The event, which occurred in October, alternated between the Berkeley and Los Angeles campuses and was held at the time of ...
November 8, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara
As you may have noticed there are lots of art pieces that decorate the buildings and grounds of UC Davis. Here is a photograph from our University Archives of such a piece of art. Does anyone recognize this sculpture from their time at UC Davis? Where was it placed? Who ...
November 4, 2011 • Jenny Hodge
The library was pleased to participate in the campus Civility Project. The project was developed in response to recent incidents of incivility across the UC campuses.  The interdisciplinary and interdepartmental approach to the project brought many staff and students together to meet the three- pronged goals that included ...
November 3, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara
One of the distinct pleasures of working in Special Collections is working with authors who publish books after using our collections. Today we received the latest book: Maxfield Parrish: Painter of Magical Make-Believe by Lois V. Harris. Her book contains 2 of the 4 Maxfield Parrish paintings we ...
October 26, 2011
The Little International Livestock Show or “Little I” was started in 1937 by the Golden Hoof Club to provide competition in grooming and showmanship for students working with animals from the University herds. At some point, ASUCD assumed sponsorship of the event which was then advertised as an event designed ...
October 26, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara