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Emilee Hunt writes that before she dies, she wants to take my nephew camping. Her nephew is only a few weeks old, but she already cant wait to take him camping one day. Photo credit: Olyvia Simpson

Out of the Darkness Walk hopes to raise awareness about mental health

Alex Coba // October 15, 2018

For people who have lost a loved one to suicide or for those who struggle with their mental health, it can be hard to find a good support system. The ninth annual “Out of the Darkness Walk" was designed...

The life of Kristina Chesterman was spotlighted at the event. Photo credit: Natalie Hanson

‘Remembering Kristina Chesterman’ spotlights safety awareness

Natalie Hanson // October 2, 2017

Members of the Chico Police Department and emergency responders came to campus to discuss awareness for drunk driving and bicycle safety Monday. "Remembering Kristina Chesterman" is part of an effort...

Dr. Tag Engstrom, Co Advisor, Dr. Rebecca Brunelli, Co Advisor and Gina Kinzley part of the Oakland Zoo Elephant Team with Chico state students at Oakland zoo.

Photo credit: Farshad Azad Photo credit: Jacqueline Morales

Elephant reserve may be coming closer to Chico

Jacqueline Morales // March 27, 2017

The Oakland Zoo seeks approval for the Tembo Preserve in Tehama County for elephant preservation. With Tehama County's suitable climate, African elephants would be welcomed into Northern California....

Map of Emergency Blue Lights located on campus. Photo credit: University Police

Daylight attacks shine light on student safety

Kaley Wise // November 8, 2016

When Chico State senior Lauren Dormer was walking home from her child development class at 10:45 a.m., the last thing she expected was to be grabbed, harassed and followed home.“I pretended to call...

Stop Trafficking of Persons will host a human trafficking awareness event on Monday. Photo courtesy of STOP.

Students raise awareness of human trafficking issue

Bridget Comito // April 11, 2016
The STOP club is hosting their 55th Annual Human trafficking awareness event called A Voice for The Voiceless
Ariel Ellis, psychology graduate student, commemorates her friends at the remembrance tree. Photo credit: Brandon Foster

Walk remembers those lost to suicide

Taylor Sinclair // September 30, 2014
Suicide prevention week brought awareness through a series of events including a walk and a remembrance tree.
Caroline Galbraith, a sophomore psychology major, is a peer educator and social media intern at the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center. Photo credit: Dominique Diaz

Students stand against prescription drug abuse

Dominique Diaz // April 27, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center hosted its first Prescription Drug Awareness Week.
The Active Minds club sporting pins to promote mental health awareness. Photo credit: Alex Boesch

Club Spotlight: Active Minds

Dominique Diaz // March 10, 2014
A campus group is devoted to spreading mental health awareness.
CADEC program director Trisha Seastrom looks over training materials with Sofia Rodriguez, a Chico State student and peer educator.Photo credit: Matthew Vacca

Mental health first-aid training returns to campus

Dominique Diaz // March 3, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center is bringing the popular program back March 7 and 8.
Evan Thibeau demonstrates how to properly lay an intoxicated person so that they wont choke on their vomit.Photo credit: Annie Paige

Program educates to prevent alcohol-related deaths

Madison Holmes // February 12, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center is offering several new Red Watch Band training dates for the new semester.
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