UC Davis Magazine Online
Volume 20
Number 3
Spring 2003
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Cover of Winter 2001 print issue

Blood spots, bullets and burned buildings

Students in a new master’s degree program are learning the intricacies of forensic science in order to help solve crimes and resolve civil cases.

The aliens among us

Aggressive invaders—foreign plants, animals and other organisms—can harm the economy, the environment and even humans.

Clinical trials

Victims of domestic violence are finding strong advocates in UC Davis law students.

Commentary: Do only fools pay taxes?

The Internal Revenue Service is finding it increasingly difficult to catch the tax cheats—at a cost to all of us.

Campus Views A look at campus life today
Letters Your turn
News & Notes The latest
Parents A new department for parents
Class Notes Alumni news
Aggies Remember Readers share a favorite memory
End Notes

The lighter side

About the cover: Wild teasel and other invasive species are proving to be thorny problems for the environment and the economy. For the story, visit "The Aliens Among Us." (Photo: Debbie Aldridge/UC Davis Mediaworks)

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