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Audit finds hospitality expense policy could use improvements

Audit finds hospitality expense policy could use improvements

Gabriel Sandoval

February 26, 2016

Filed under Administration, Campus, Community, News

A Chico State employee was reimbursed $1,215.48 for meals she attended, approved and "directly benefited from," violating the Foundation Hospitality Expense Policy, according to a California State University audit. The audit also noted that, although the policy doesn't set a dollar limit per meal...

Assault awareness programs need stronger student voice

August 27, 2014

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The state’s sexual assault audit is complete, and Chico State has been found lacking. The university is now faced with the task of renovating limp assault prevention programs. The list of mandatory changes is extensive, but some of the most notable points are: requiring annual programs for sexu...

Combatting rape culture on campus

Combatting rape culture on campus

Zachary Phillips

February 11, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Colleges never mention sexual assault in their recruiting pamphlets. Graduation rates, sustainability and diversity: these shiny statistics and more can be found front and center on Chico State's home page. By the time they have graduated from a five-year college career, one in five women will h...

University undergoes discrimination audit

Bill Hall

November 26, 2013

Filed under News

Chico State is one of two schools in the California State University system that will be audited on the handling of sexual harassment and sexual violence incidents.The audit will also include San Diego State, and University of California schools UCLA and UC Berkeley, according to the California State Aud...

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