KDVS News airs a weekly show called the Cycle News Hour as well as short news briefs that air throughout the day. Created, written, edited, and produced by students, The Cycle News Hour is committed to bringing objective, thoughtful, and provocative stories to its listeners. From Economics to Science and Conservation, The Cycle covers it all.
Tune in Mondays 6-7p to the Cycle News Hour broadcasting on KDVS 90.3 FM in Davis and streaming online at kdvs.org. For more information and additional coverage, visit the Cycle News Hour website.
Today’s news segment will include the following topics: a recent culturally insensitive photo taken by the UC Davis Women’s Lacrosse team, remembering the Hunger Strike that brought about the UC Davis Cross Cultural Center, and a look at an art gallery put on by members of Iraq Veterans against the War.
This Monday news segment will cover the first annual mental awareness fair at UC Davis, a piece on a demand for a Palestinian Studies major, and a story on the event “End the Silence”, which focuses on college student suicide rates and mental health.
This Monday news segment covered a Yolo art exhibit as well as a feature on TEDx talks. On April 26th, UC Davis hosted the 5th annual TEDx UC Davis event at the Mondavi Center. TEDx UC Davis is an independent, non-profit, student-run organization focused on spreading ideas within the local community.
Monday April 20th marked the start of the KDVS fundraiser week. KDVS News interviewed 6 DJs involved with KDVS in the past and present asking them about their fondest memories here at the station and much more. Listen to learn more about the station, and don’t forget to support underground radio!
In our final news segment of the quarter, we cover the following topics: homeless count in Davis, Hepatitis C vaccinations/problems, and marine corps.
Due to technical difficulties, we’re reposting this past news segment. In this Monday news segment we discuss the world wide debt, tuition hike postponement, and the divestment bill made null at UC Davis.
Minwoo Chang, KDVS News reporter, discusses how the UC Davis Boxing Club has come a long way. The club is one of the biggest on campus and includes membership from national champions. This news brief was part of the Monday segment from 2.9.2015
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This segment includes coverage on how the drought has affected farmers in the area, an ASUCD senate meeting on divestment, and the use of virtual reality simulations in todays research.
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In this segment we discuss a story on no female genius portrayal in major TV shows and movies, a cover of the community meeting with the Davis police that happened last week, and an inside look at Obama's state of the union (interviews with professors at UC Davis).
This is our first KDVS Broadcast of 2015. We discuss the recent attacks in Paris at the Charlie Hebdo offices and the kosher market with Karima Bennoune, a Professor of Law at UCDavis Law and a French student, Nina Eldridge, studying at UC Berkeley this year. Also included in this...