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  • Students are trickling back to the third floor after renovations are complete. Photo taken by Amy Blair Feb. 19.

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    Meriam Library third floor is back in business

  • The Chico Seed Orchard nature trail is about one mile long, paved and surrounded by a variety of trees with an interesting historical background. Photo by Heather Taylor on Feb. 3, 2024.

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    New trail of thought: Chico Seed Orchard

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    Revamped Chico State baseball squad off to undefeated start

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    Chico State men’s basketball weekend recap: A triumph and setback on the road

  • Students wait in line for the Harvester food truck. Taken by Jolie Asuncion Sept. 22, 2022.

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    15% of Sales: Associated Students Dining Services agreement

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Nandi Crosby, a professor in the sociology department, voluntarily gives trigger warnings to her students before broaching sensitive topics. Photo courtesy Chico State

Teachers object to required trigger warnings

Madison Holmes // September 21, 2014
The Chico State administration supports academic freedom, but has not decided on requiring professors to give warnings to students about sensitive topics and materials shown in class.
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