THE DOWNLOAD: Tacos, Trick-or-Treat Safety

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Getting tired of those go-to recipes during all of the cooking that comes along with staying home? UC Davis Health’s executive chef, Santana Diaz, shares a quick and easy recipe for flavorful, plant-based tacos, in the above video.

Singing in the sun

Water polo players surround coach.
Daniel Leyson, director of men’s water polo, celebrates with his team.

He’s taken liberty with some classic John Denver lyrics and had his team believing “We Are Family.”

At one point, he’s gotta have more Give Day, playing the part of “coaching legend Bruce Dickinson.”

He’s even shared the stage and played a few bars on his guitar with football assistant coach Mark Speckman accompanying him on the trombone.

Child and Meisel Families Director of Men’s Water Polo Daniel Leyson hasn’t been shy about showcasing his musical talents. Whether it be in the form of helping raise money in support of his nationally ranked men’s water polo program or bringing his team closer together in the pursuit of excellence with a song, the eighth-year Aggie head coach is as talented with his six string as he is coaching six players in the pool at any given moment.

Read more about Leyson’s musical talents on the UC Davis Athletics website.

—  Jason Spencer

Is it possible to trick-or-treat safely?

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October is just around the corner, and kids of all ages might already be dreaming about going door-to-door for treats. But how feasible is that in the age of COVID-19? Dean Blumberg, chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, answers some commons questions and provides safety tips in the above video.

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