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Wildcat on the Street: Packing up early before a lecture is dismissed

Rachael Bayuk asked several Chico State professors and students about their opinion on students packing up early toward the end of class. Photo credit: Jaime Munoz

Rachael Bayuk

October 7, 2018

This week, I asked students and staff around campus how they feel when it comes to packing up early a few minutes before class.Rachael Bayuk can be reached at [email protected] or @BayukRachael on Twitter...

Chico veterans share their experiences with lecture series

John Crosby, a political science professor at Chico State, spoke about his experiences in the military. Photo credit: Grant Casey

Bridget Comito

February 13, 2016

A series of lectures will be taking place the first Thursday for the next three months for veterans to express their personal experiences during their time with the military. This lecture series is known as "Veteran Voices" and is hosted by the Peace & Justice Center. John Crosby spoke on Feb. 4, th...

Leaving class early, losing respect

Illustration by Trevor Moore Photo credit: Trevor Moore

Nick Bragg

September 16, 2015

You know what really grinds my gears? When students stand up and walk out in the middle of class.I can understand leaving five to ten minutes early to print something for another class, but there is no point in even going to class if only to leave in the middle of it. Last week in one of my classes, o...

Professor lectures on 16th century royalty

Jason Nice, history professor at Chico State, lectured on the Tudor family traditions and their representation in history. Photo credit: Shannon Miller

Michael Quiring

March 27, 2014

The recital hall was very calm as many in attendance waited to be informed on the historical importance of the Tudors and the infamous Hampton Court Palace.Jason Nice, Chico State history professor, presented the special event Tudor Memories: 500 Years of Commemoration at Hampton Court Palace Wednesday night in Rowland-Taylor Recital Ha...

Lecture explores Venezuela’s future

Lecture explores Venezuela's future

Nicholas Carr

March 5, 2014

Hugo Chávez, the former populist president of Venezuela and supporter of Geo-political unity among South American nations, died one year ago today.Over the past several weeks, the Venezuelan government has reported the death of 18 people as a result of protests against the regime of Chávez's successor Nicolas Maduro, as reported by the Associated ...

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