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Study abroad adviser talks advantages to organization

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-08-29T19:31:00Z"/> features Campus SpotlightJennifer Gruber, Chico State study abroad adviser and alumna, had a passion for international travel since spending six months in Italy during her own college years. As the study abroad adviser, she helps students choose where to take their...

Adapted Physical Education Program provides services to community

March 28, 2014


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Published 2010-10-18T19:45:00Z"/> features Campus SpotlightSarah BrownChico State has been training students while assisting people with disabilities through the adapted physical education program for more than 20 years. Josie Cline is a program coordinator for the Autism and Sensory Motor Clinic a...

New class offers skills for game developers

March 28, 2014


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Published 2013-05-15T06:00:00Z"/> features Zachary CoylChico State’s applied computer graphics program will offer a course solely dedicated to mobile game design in the fall. The class titled “APCG 398 Special Topics” will cover a variety of material related to mobile gaming spanning art, d...

2000 | Butte Station expands from trailer into mini mart

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-03-21T20:39:00Z"/> features Looking Back<strong>THEN: <em>"Butte Station expansion begins" Jan. 26, 2000</em></strong> Butte Station was just a trailer outside of Tehama Hall with limited snacks and supplies for students. In order to get a cup of joe...

Community raises funds, awareness for suicide prevention

March 28, 2014


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Published 2010-10-18T19:18:00Z"/> features Gina PenceMore than 350 people stood silently in a circle at Bidwell Park remembering those they lost. Holding hands with bowed heads, all of the strangers shared a common grief - the loss of a loved one to suicide. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention...

The O Face: Sexy costumes

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-10-24T20:21:00Z"/> features opinion/columnists Lexi BristerIt's not for everyone, but my boyfriend loves it when I wear lingerie, especially the really raunchy, see-through kind. When I put on something scandalous, sex with my boyfriend reaches a whole new level of hot. With Hallo...

O-FACE: Wanna hook up?

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-08-28T15:03:00Z"/> features opinion/columnists Aubrey CrosbyOne-night stands are a normal part of college life. Hook-ups take place all around us and many people don’t quite understand the protocol that goes along with such an event. I know it is odd to consider any sort of ...

Event displays affordable healthy meal suggestions

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-05-10T17:18:00Z"/> features Nick Pike Fresh local produce and culinary delights adorn the parking lot on West Third and Wall streets at the weekly Saturday farmers market waiting to be prepared at nearby Chico households for a nutritious meal. While these local foods are readily ava...

Hangover cure recipes: Breakfast sandwich, fruit smoothie

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-11-07T19:31:00Z"/> features Stick a fork in itTaylor Western For most students, part of college is waking up to an awful hangover after a night of drinking. There is sadly no cure, but there are some ways to make the head and stomach feel a little better. It is recommended that you take aspi...

Ice cream heats up in Chico

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-05-01T18:07:00Z"/> features Mexican flavors add local flavor north of campusPaul SmeltzerWith temperatures in-creasing and summer around the corner, the soft texture of homemade ice cream is a hot choice for students looking for a cool study break. Avocado, strawberry and cheese a...

Dance club keeps moving year after creation

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-08-29T19:39:00Z"/> features Michaela BogganThrough dance, one can express emotions of pain, joy and anger, but for many student dancers, this outlet was lost in fall 2009 when the Chico Dance Theatre program was cut. Amanda Tempest, Tory Taylor, Jillian Tustin and Kim Baker wer...

Internships critical for students

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-05-17T18:06:00Z"/> features Orion Staff Fetching coffee, making copies and basically being the office mule are some of the negative connotations synonymous with internships. However, there are also the success stories of internships where students work under experts in the field...

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