The KDVS News department is dedicated to bringing you compelling stories on subjects that matter to the community. KDVS News is staffed by a News Director and Assistant News Director and made possible by the work of reporters and interns. News briefs are aired on KDVS 90.3FM Monday-Thursday at 6:05am, 9:30am, 1:05pm, 3:05pm, and 7:05pm; and a 30-minute KDVS News Broadcast airs every Friday at 4:00pm.

First Monday News Broadcast of the year!


On Monday, October 13th the first Fall Quarter KDVS News Broadcast was aired (4:30pm PST).

It included:

A piece on the Ebola outbreak: with the rising epidemic of the Ebola disease, KDVS talked to two experts on infectious diseases. how probable...

KDVS News and Public Affairs and Third Space Art Collective

Did you hear? The KDVS News and Public Affairs Directors teamed up with Third Space Art Collective to screen print some mad KDVS Fundraiser 2014 shirts! If you bought one, you're a lucky duck. These were made out of love for also those Newsies/Public Affairsiesout there. DSCN3381

Student mobilizes against devastating California drought

droughtKeely Morris speaks with a student about the unprecedented California drought and what can be done to mitigate it. Aired 3/6.

The people behind the clipboard

voting_lgWhat is it like to walk around with a clipboard and solicit money and time from students? Mark de Dios is on a mission to find out. Aired 3/5.

The Quarter system

fall_curriculum_2011Camellia Gregorian interviews students to see what they think about UC Davis’s quarter system. Aired 3/4.

Aggie Threads shuttered for the foreseeable future

Aggie Threads, a t-shirt printing shop owned by ASUCD and located in the Memorial Union, has been closed for months. Joseph Bustos spoke with ASUCD Controller Eric Evans and found that a faulty printer is to blame. The unit is not expected to reopen anytime soon. Aired 3/3.

The Press: an eclectic student publication

The Press is a new student-run publication founded by first-year Meagan Faller. Along with fellow Comparative Literature majors Garett Sutherland and John Pitre, Faller & contributors put together the monthly collection of news tidbits, fiction, photos, and whatever else they feel like. Adrian Glass-Moore reports. Aired 2/27.

Coffee course teaches science of brewing

A new, highly popular course in brewing coffee has taken UC Davis by storm this quarter. Students learn the science and technique of transforming coffee beans into delicious brew. Misha Berman reports. Aired 2/26.

New economics textbook

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Professor Alan M Taylor is a famous expert in macroeconomics, the textbook he wrote is widely used in teaching. As the newest edition of the textbook is coming a few weeks later, he shared stories when he wrote the textbook. Sherry Zhu reports. Aired 2/25.

ASUCD elections results

The Aggie’s $3.88 fee per quarter passed, and Armando Figueroa was elected student body President. Delaney McCune brings you the results of the ASUCD Winter elections. Aired 2/24.