Journalism

Analysis: Trump Supporters Have Little Trust in Societal Institutions

February 24, 2020
Research by a UC Davis communication professor and colleagues finds that research shows that people who support President Donald Trump have lower trust in societal institutions, when compared with supporters of leading Democratic candidates Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.

Man About Town: Bob Dunning

February 12, 2020
The irony in columnist Bob Dunning’s nearly 50-year career at The Davis Enterprise is that when he applied for a job at the newspaper, he thought he might get hired as a night janitor.

1972 - Susanne Rockwell

February 28, 2018

Longtime UC Davis communicator Susanne Rockwell (B.A., international relations, ’74, and M.A., rhetoric and communication, ’96) died unexepectedly on Feb. 19, 2018, at her Davis home from complications of tongue cancer. She was 65. Read about her life and career: "Susanne Rockwell Told the UC Davis Story."

Countering Islamophobia Through The Media

November 06, 2017
With hate crimes against Muslim Americans on the rise—and Muslim women in headscarves a frequent target—a UC Davis professor is launching a program to better educate future U.S. journalists about Islamic cultures and Muslim women.

Two Aggies on Staff of Pulitzer-Prize Winning Paper

April 14, 2017
Investigative reporter Matthias Gafni (B.A, English/rhetoric and communication, ’98), who got his journalism start at The California Aggie, was a lead writer in a series of articles that won the East Bay Times the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News.

Cal Aggie Back in Print

December 02, 2016
With $230,000 in operational funding from an $11.19 annual fee passed by students last year, The Aggie began printing a weekly edition on Thursday, Sept. 22 — the first of 30 planned for 2016–17.