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Chico State students march against tuition increase

Lexi Hoedt

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Students for Quality Education organized a student protest against the proposed tuition increase.

The CSU Board of Trustees will vote on the proposal at its March 21 meeting.

If passed, CSU undergraduates would pay $270 more in tuition per year.

 

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