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Gayle E. Hutchinson is the first female president of Chico State. Photos courtesy of Chico State.

Chico State makes history with first female president and GSEC reacts

Elizabeth Castillo // March 9, 2016

One day after International Women’s Day, Dr. Gayle E. Hutchinson was appointed as the first female president of Chico State. “I think it’s great that we have a woman president now after 127 years,”...

John Feeney, University Police chief, believes that collaboration among police departments is crucial to success. Photo courtesy of John Feeney.

City, campus police improve collaboration

December 15, 2015
Campus and city police hope to collaborate more often to keep Chico safe.
Cathrine Himberg, kinesiology professor, addressed concerns about the rental prices for facilities on campus and its affect on student organizations. Photo credit: Elizabeth Castillo

On-campus facility prices cause concern for student organizations

December 8, 2015
Some student organizations face problems with facility charges on campus.
Aaron Thao, AS Commissioner of Diversity Affairs, discusses the importance of student involvement on campus. Photo courtesy of Aaron Thao.

Task force to represent student feedback about on-campus diversity

December 1, 2015
Associated Students created a task force on diversity to get student opinions of the climate on campus.
Crime in the Avenues, a neighborhood north of the university, was addressed at the open forum. Photo credit: Kiana Alvarez

Students hope for a safer Chico

November 30, 2015
Students want Chico State to take further action in regards to crime and violence that occurs off-campus.
Chico States campus has already implemented gender-neutral bathrooms in many buildings on campus with plan to add more in the future. Photo credit: Jenelle Kapellas

LGBT resources on campus to be addressed this semester

Elizabeth Castillo // October 25, 2015
Chico State is making an effort to be more inclusive for LGBT communities.
Vianey Hernandez, junior public relations major, contacted Comcasts customer service but is still dissatisfied with her Internet. Photo credit: Elizabeth Castillo

Xfinity internet leaves students without Wi-Fi

Elizabeth Castillo // September 20, 2015
Comcast creates problems for students who cannot connect to Xfinity Wi-Fi.
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