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Tagged: Campus history

Welcome and welcome back to all the new and returning members of the campus community! With the start of a new academic year there is always a flurry of activity as students jump headfirst into new classes, new surroundings, new activities and new friends. In the midst of all this ...
September 27, 2017 • Jenny Hodge
44/50 Aerial photographs provide some of the most visually impacting research materials in the Map Collection. Combined with USGS topographic maps and other maps available in the collection, research can often be enhanced with aerial photography dating back to 1937 in the Central Valley. Often used for statements ...
May 26, 2017 • Dawn Collings
Just across from Shields Library is the Memorial Union, perhaps better known as the MU, which reopened yesterday after two years of construction. First built in 1955, the Memorial Union is dedicated to 128 UC Davis students and alumni who lost their lives in military service from World War I and ...
May 2, 2017 • Jillian Kido
39/50 In 1971 a group of students and Housing Office staff met to begin discussions on a project planning guide for innovative housing. The end result was the Baggins End Innovative Housing also know as “The Domes”.  The idea was to create a “low cost” housing project that ...
April 22, 2017 • Jenny Hodge