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Celebrating cycle-friendly Chico streets

Celebrating cycle-friendly Chico streets

Kevin Crittenden

March 21, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Whether darting between pedestrians and cars in downtown or dodging boulders and trees in rugged upper Bidwell Park, there's no substitute for the feeling of biking.There are few cities in the United States as well-suited for biking as Chico. A majority of students live within a mile of campus — th...

Committing to contribute to diversity on campus

Committing to contribute to diversity on campus

Julianna Eveland

February 28, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Cultural diversity is a beautiful thing. It’s something I see on campus every day at Chico State. It’s also something that can be easily overlooked. I know a few people who think that Chico is filled with a bunch of white people. From a bird's-eye view, it very well might look like that. ...

Chico isn’t all that weird

Chico isn’t all that weird

Kevin Crittenden

February 17, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

  “Let’s get weird!” is a mantra used for a wide range of purposes, from booze-drenched revelry to neon hula hooping. In Chico, this slogan has given way to a new one — “Keep Chico Weird.” But can Chico really be appropriately described as weird? Don’t get me wrong — by North Valle...

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