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The dangers of sexting

The dangers of sexting

Tara Miller

October 15, 2013

Sexting has revolutionized sex by combining it with the most powerful tool we  have — technology. It has begun to change the way young adults look at sex, and it’s becoming a new trend. However, it is definitely not something that should be encouraged, no matter how cool or safe people may think it is. Four ou...

Panel discusses LGBTQ+ issues

Panel discusses LGBTQ+ issues

Mozes Zarate

October 11, 2013

Members of the LGBTQ+ community presented a panel discussion in the Cross Cultural Leadership Center as part of Queer Week at Chico State Monday evening. The talk was coordinated by the Gender and Sexuality Equity Center and Associated Students LGBQT+ program. Panelists were joined by a crowd of students and community activists. “The panel allows st...

Police Blotter: Oct. 4 – 6

October 9, 2013

University Police Friday, 7:41 a.m.: Elevator malfunction in Butte Hall. “Elevator #1 was spontaneously opening and closing rapidly. Finally did secure closed and elevator moved up to 2nd floor. Occupants were able to get out. Called April at FMS to put elevator out of service.” Friday, 1:10 p.m.: Suspi...

Death row inmate may get retrial

Risa Johnson

October 8, 2013

Steven Crittenden, now 46, was a 19-year-old Chico State student when police arrested him at gunpoint outside his Chico apartment on suspicion of killing a prominent Chico physician and his wife. Police said the two were found in separate rooms, and were bound and gagged with knives protruding from...

Drug arrests rise, booze decreases

Mozes Zarate

October 8, 2013

Disciplinary referrals and arrests for alcohol violations significantly declined at Chico State last year, while drug arrests increased, according to an annual crime report released by the University Police Department. The 2013 Annual Security Report, compiled in accordance with the Clery Act, was...

School of Education granted $1.2 million

Nathan Lehmann

October 8, 2013

Chico State now has the resources to produce more teachers specialized in working with disabled students following a federal grant award. The School of Education recently received funding from the U.S. Department of Education to benefit students with disabilities. This five year, $1.2 million grant...

Music, dance clears city streets

Music, dance clears city streets

Christine Lee

October 8, 2013

Chicoans took to the streets with their boots, bikes and boards Sunday afternoon for Chico Car-Free Day. Nine blocks of a neighborhood near downtown were blocked off, between Wall and Flume streets from Fourth  to Seventh streets. At each corner of the area, there were bands, bike workshops a...

Community rallies for children’s playground

Community rallies for children’s playground

Bill Hall

October 8, 2013

Community members have been working on creative solutions to keep a beloved Chico children’s playground open in the wake of budget cuts. The City Council adopted a budget in early July that decreased spending for Bidwell Park by about $500,000. As a result, Caper Acres was closed Monday throu...

Alcohol violations down in crime report

Mozes Zarate

October 4, 2013

Disciplinary referrals and arrests for alcohol violations have seen a significant decline at Chico State while drug arrests have increased, according to an annual crime report released by the University Police Department. The 2013 Annual Security Report, compiled in accordance with the Clery Act,...

Diversity discussion held in BMU

Diversity discussion held in BMU

Mozes Zarate

October 3, 2013

A discussion on challenges with multiracial identity was held in the Bell Memorial Union Wednesday. Titled “Beyond Black and White; A Mixed Race Experience”, the discussion began at noon with life stories from of the event’s two facilitators. Charles "CC" Carter, director of the Cross Cu...

Motorcyclist taken to Enloe after collision

Motorcyclist taken to Enloe after collision

Christine Lee

October 3, 2013

A motorcycle and car accident occurred on Nord Avenue around 11 p.m. Wednesday, just outside the Village at the Timbers apartment complex. A white Mustang was heading south on Nord Avenue to turn into the apartment complex when the motorcyclist, heading north, lost control for unknown reasons, a...

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