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Daniel Han is a second year International Relations major. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega International Community Service Fraternity, and a member of Phi Alpha Delta International Pre-Law Fraternity. In the past two years, he has worked as an MSA at the ARC and as an Aggie Host. He is originally from San Ramon California. He prides himself on his Korean-American heritage and holds on to his traditional values. His family currently resides in Yokohama, Japan.

Top 10 Restaurants in Davis
10. Pizza Guy's
9. Chipotle
8. 3rd and U
7. Hometown
6. Jusco's
5. Orange Hut
4. Hunan's
3. Burgers and Brew
2. Zen Toro's
1. KetMoRee

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2008-12-15 10:42:27   Hey, I restored the Psi Chi Omega entry because I'm not quite sure what you meant when you said "Lack of popularity". Has the group's local chapter closed down? If so, that can be noted, but historical groups are generally kept on the wiki to maintain a historical record of Davis. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards


2008-12-16 00:59:15   Howdy. Sorry if this sounds a bit brusque, but your deletions of the psi chi omega pages are going to keep being reverted unless you give a good reason (read: not 'lack of interest') for deleting them. —JoePomidor


2008-12-16 01:17:37   Hey bro, what's with the Psi Chi O hate? —BrentLaabs


2009-02-21 09:16:54   Yeah, I'm sticking with my comment. If you have an option between doing UCCS in Sacramento or UCDC in Washington DC, go to DC. There isn't even a comparison between the two. In the interest of fairness though, I will say that I know that the coordinator who ruined part of the experience, Erika Peters, was replaced with the former Davis coordinator for the UCDC program, Joaquin Feliciano. So it's probably improved since my time. —SMCareBare


2009-02-26 00:07:41   Yes I did both. During my time at UCCS, I was an intern at a community development nonprofit called California FarmLink, we helped beginning farmers (often recent immigrants or refugees) get financing and technical assistance to start their farms. I also did some lobbying work on the side. The internship itself was wonderful.

In addition to the internship there were two classes, one which assisted us in crafting an independent research project, and another "elective" course. There were several of these electives to choose from. I chose one offered through UCR on California's political economy. The independent research project was quite interesting. The elective course was mostly a waste of time and it was graded on a strict curve, so it was actually pretty stressful. Be warned, if you take a course through another UC campus, be prepared for a months long wait time for the courses to transfer and the strong possibility that the transfer will get screwed up anyways (I took one of the courses pass/fail and the UCD registrar put that into my GPA as a C. It took three months of begging to get that fixed). Anyways, I can't emphasize enough that UCDC is the better choice, but you seem pretty set on UCCS, so that's my two cents worth. —SMCareBare


2009-11-02 09:19:37   Hey, I noticed that you appear to have copyrighted the UC Davis Crew entry. In general, the content of the wiki is under a Creative Commons license so that it can be reused by other members of the community. See copyrights for details. Did you intend to copyright the entry? —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards


2009-11-02 18:51:11   Just a note to let you know that during your recent edits you removed all of the links from the UC Davis Crew page. Pages without outgoing links are dead ends, so I'll try to stick some links back in. —JasonAller

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