“It worked exactly as it was supposed to. ... People took (the food) and it worked. People took it and used it,” said Ernst Bertone, a graduate teaching assistant in UC Davis’ agriculture and resource economics department.
“It worked exactly as it was supposed to. ... People took (the food) and it worked. People took it and used it,” said Ernst Bertone, a graduate teaching assistant in UC Davis’ agriculture and resource economics department. Sacramento
“It worked exactly as it was supposed to. ... People took (the food) and it worked. People took it and used it,” said Ernst Bertone, a graduate teaching assistant in UC Davis’ agriculture and resource economics department. Sacramento

UC Davis students: My fridge is your fridge – until the health department shows up

January 27, 2015 05:45 PM

UPDATED January 28, 2015 07:48 AM

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