UC DAVIS CAMPUS TRADITIONS

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Fight Songs
Victory Bell
Wear Aggie Blue
Bonfire
Battle for the Golden Horseshoe
Fire Engine
Free Stuff
Causeway Classic


UC Davis is nearing a century of education and is rich in tradition. Follow the links on this page to learn more about the traditions of the UC Davis campus.

These traditions below are a must if you are a true Aggie Fan.



Lift up your voices,
Now's the time to sing.
This is the day
The victory bell will ring,
Loyal Aggies, all for one
Never stopping 'til we've won,
Because the Mustang will show
Our team the way to fight,
Charging the enemy
With all his might,
Let's go, Let's win, Today's the day
The Aggies will Fight, Fight, Fight!

For more fight songs click here

If you are an Aggie Fan young or old, a student or graduate Wear Aggie Blue to all UC Davis contests. Aggie Pack members (students) receive a FREE Aggie Blue t-shirt at the first home contest attended and Aggie Fanatic members (not a UC Davis student) can purchase an official Aggie Blue t-shirt from the Aggie Pride Outlet.

Get into the loop and Wear Aggie Blue!

Aggie Pack brings a new definition to FREE at home contests. Not only will the Aggie Pack get you into the game for FREE, the Aggie Pack will also feed you for FREE. If that is not enough the Aggie Pack will cloth you with FREE t-shirts, tubesocks and memorabilia. What else can anyone possibly want? To find out more click here.

Aggie Pack has a Fire Engine? That's right! The Aggie Pack Fire Engine is a restored 1973 Firecoach Crown Pumper. The Fire Engine is (of course) Aggie Blue & Gold and is at over 100 events a year. To learn the history of the fire engine or just look at pictures of it click here.

The Tavernetti Victory Bell rings after every home football win. Check out the football home schedule at www.ucdavisaggies.com. To find out more about the Tavernetti Victory Bell click here.

The official UC Davis mascot is a mustang named Gunrock. Gunrock may be a horse of a different color but his origins go back to the 1920's. To learn how Gunrock got his name click here.

 


Photograph by Wayne Tilcock/Davis Enterprise

 


Yell Leaders from the 1960's

 


Photograph by Wayne Tilcock/Davis Enterprise