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    Healthcare for students anytime, anywhere: all the WellCat has to offer

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    Backsliding on alcohol rules, or maybe moving forward

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Left-Right: Pamela Irby, Laniea LaGarde, Quinessa Stibbins, Laila Anderson, Candy Jackson, Keila Lee, Brandon Trowel

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    Teamsters Local 2010 tentative agreement to be voted on by CSU Board of Trustees

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Each student suspended a sculpture from the ceiling, equipped with a sound box with a specific part of the rainforest. Different mediums affected each sound

‘Rainforest IV’ imitates wildlife through ceiling-suspended sculptures

Julia Maldonado // October 17, 2017

A pitter-patter of rain and forest-creature sounds saturated the air of Ayres Hall 122 on Thursday, but one wouldn't believe that a collection of diverse items caused the illusion of a downpour. Students...

Jazmin Gonzalez, senior art major with an emphasis in printmaking, came across the art of printmaking in the studios and classrooms of Chico State. Photo credit: Floritzel Salvador

Printmaker in the making

Floritzel Salvador // March 23, 2016
Student chooses printmaking over other art.
Ayres daughter, Jean Ayres-Clark (right), and granddaughter Cara enjoy the University Art Gallery exhibit celebrating Ayres life and artwork on Nov. 13. Photo credit: Emma Wood-Wright

John C. Ayres: More than just a name on campus

Emma Wood-Wright // December 1, 2014
In honor of the artist and professor, who would have been 100 years old this year, guest curator Reed Applegate will share the work of Ayres in the University Art Gallery until Dec. 18.
Jerome Pouwels, instructor of Advanced Life Drawing, the work of which is on display at the B-SO exhibit, LifeSizeMe+Air.Photo credit: Frances Mansour

Campus gallery displays surreal self-portraits

Veronica Hodur // February 26, 2014
The B-SO Gallery features a life-size drawing class with surrealist depictions of inner personas
Marie Collor, a senior fine art and sculpture major, is standing next to her installment for the Notation exhibit. For this exhibit, students created a score that can be performed by anyone with or without musical training. The score could be written for a specific object or musical instrument.Photo credit: Frances Mansour

‘Notations’ drops the beat

Veronica Hodur // February 10, 2014
A student art exhibit brings the ideas of music and art into one full installment.
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