Terminal cancer patients have traditionally been forced to choose between receiving continued treatment or the comfort of hospice.
Cats, dogs, horses and rabbits are becoming fat just like the rest of us. What’s a pet owner to do?
We present a gallery of work by two longtime campus photographers who retired this year with a combined total of nearly 64 years behind
|A look at campus life today|
|News for parents|
|Readers share a favorite memory|
|The lighter side|
An olive tree, planted on the campus’s Wolfskill Ranch in 1862, is the subject of one of the many photos taken by Debbie Aldridge during her 26 years of work as a UC Davis photographer. More of her images are featured in "The Big Picture."
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