Remembrance event educates bike riders

The Kristina Chesterman Memorial Foundation and local bike shops gave away bike gear Oct. 18, in an event that educated the public about bike safety.

New space open for AS officers, students

The Associated Students held a grand opening for the renovated space of the former Wildcat bookstore. The space will house student government offices and be open for students to study.

Faculty union reaches tentative contract

The California Faculty Association and California State University Board of Trustees will meet in the coming weeks to ratify the contracts before they take effect.

Videos

Arts & Entertainment 

Jazz X-Press has ‘Tricks’ up sleeve for fall concert

The ensemble will feature music from some of the best jazz musicians and students of Chico State, along with the talents of two professional guests in “Tricks & Treats” on Saturday

Readers Digest: Forbidden Rice and chicken

Try some black rice and cook it with orange bell pepper or butternut squash for a festive, Halloween feel.

Study Break: ‘Fury’ review

David Ayer's newest film keeps audiences on the edge of their seats with big, war-time action scenes, but ultimately lacks substance, dragging on and failing to develop relatable, deep characters.

Q&A: Sofa King on puppets, funk soup

The eclectic neo-soul musicians opened up about rap battles, feminine politics and furniture.

Local guitarist creates custom instruments, hopes to expand business

Evan Kelsay owns and operates Apocalypse Guitars, creating and repairing guitars and basses for Northern California players.

Opinion 

Happiness shouldn’t hinge on cameras

Pictures are great, but students should focus more on living in the moment

Teacher protest has deep roots of unrest

When the CSU system runs like a sweatshop, students and faculty get exploited.

Trust me, I’m an adult: Commitment

Getting married young used to be common, but it's not my cup of tea.

Chico bars are overrated, underwhelming

Blaring music, sweaty bodies, empty wallets: I'll pass.

Students disagree over LGBT+ allyship

Opinion Columnist Alyssa Dunning expressed her frustration as an ally. She has noticed that some allies are treated harshly for speaking out of turn.

Sports 

Ex-women’s soccer star works behind scenes for U.S. Soccer

Former Wildcat Molly Downtain is working for the United States Soccer Federation and just came back from working with the U-20 team this past August

‘Cats compete at water-ski nationals

Members of the Chico State Water-ski club competed at the 35th Collegiate National event over the weekend.

Cat Bites: Classic rivalry reheats for playoffs

Giants and Dodger fans are forever engaged in a classic dispute over who's got the better squad. The rivalry is healthy and in good fun, but someone has to have the final say.

Cat Bites: Classic rivalry reheats for playoffs

Giants and Dodger fans are forever engaged in a classic dispute over who's got the better squad. The rivalry is healthy and in good fun, but someone has to have the final say.

Redshirt Reyes running for future

Will Reyes, a junior transfer student, is redshirting on this year's men's cross-country team despite turning in the team's best time at the Charles Bowles Invitational.