News

A.S. hosts International Festival

A.S. hosts International Festival

Molly Sullivan

Associated Students hosted its annual international festival on Saturday. The festival gave student cultural organizations the opportunity to share their traditions and cultures with attendees. Attendees experienced live p...  Read More »

April 30, 2016 • 0 comments

Chico PD created an app so users can easily access the police. Photo credit: Kayla Fitzgerald

Chico Police releases 2015 annual report

April 30, 2016

Chico could be transforming into a safer area to live, and it might be due to the recent changes and ac...  Read More »

California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) visited Chico to discuss sustainability. Photo credit: George Johnston

Legislator visits brewery, sustainability efforts ‘as good as it gets’

April 29, 2016

California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) came to Chico Thursday to tour Sierra...  Read More »

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Arts & Entertainment

Why revamp the classics?

Why revamp the classics?

Carly Plemons

Watch student responses at the end of the article. Living in a society filled with remake after remake and countless sequels that never measure up to the original movie leaves a person to wonder: Is the entertainment industry ...  Read More »

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Ian Ethan Case shares how nature inspires him musically. Photo credit: Aurora Evans

Musician shares his perception of music

April 29, 2016

Ian Ethan Case, 18-string acoustic guitarist from Boston, shares his thoughts on what music means to...  Read More »

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It’s spring: Let’s read

April 28, 2016

Take a break from hefty final projects and exams with the best books of the season. Sarah Strausser...  Read More »

Ian Ethan Case tunes his 18-string acoustic guitar. Photo credit: Aurora Evans

Healing Resonance evokes beautiful sounds

April 27, 2016

Solo musicians Ian Ethan Case, Nicholas Farrar and Adrian Bellue performed at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on...  Read More »

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Opinion

Water bottle ban more inconvenient than effective

Water bottle ban more inconvenient than effective

Sam Rios

The recent Associated Students election featured one question: Should the Associated Students halt its sale of single-use bottled water as soon as contractually possible? A resounding number of student...  Read More »

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Dear college mom

April 30, 2016

Rewind to the start of my first year in college. My parents have driven me 510 miles from Southern Ca...  Read More »

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Minimum wage increase does more harm than good

April 29, 2016

On April 4, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation to raise the state’s minimum wage. This new bi...  Read More »

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Chico is getting expensive

April 28, 2016

Rent: $600; authentic Mexican food: $9; cover charge at a bar: $3. How is a college student supposed to...  Read More »

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