UC, Davis Will Give Students Money Not To Travel During Spring Break Five hundred students will receive $75 on the condition that they stay in Davis during spring break. The school hopes this keeps pandemic travel risks down, while boosting some in town businesses.
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UC, Davis Will Give Students Money Not To Travel During Spring Break

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UC, Davis Will Give Students Money Not To Travel During Spring Break

UC, Davis Will Give Students Money Not To Travel During Spring Break

UC, Davis Will Give Students Money Not To Travel During Spring Break

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Five hundred students will receive $75 on the condition that they stay in Davis during spring break. The school hopes this keeps pandemic travel risks down, while boosting some in town businesses.

SCOTT DETROW, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Scott Detrow. The University of California, Davis is paying its students to do a very important job - absolutely nothing. That's right; 500 lucky students will receive $75 on the one condition that they stay in Davis during spring break. The school hopes this keeps pandemic travel risks down and boosts some in-town businesses. Getting paid to stay put - what more could a college student ask for? It's MORNING EDITION.

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