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Funds available for Chico postbaccalaureate students

Grayson Edgemon // February 12, 2020

Chico State Enterprises received a $3 million subsidy to support the university’s post-graduate students over the next five years via a Title V grant from the U.S. Department of Education according...

To be ethical and socially responsible is to care and think smart. Photo credit: Jaime Munoz

College students should be conscious consumers

Sam Rios // January 24, 2018

The consumption habits of current college students play an important role in the future of our society. College students need to find the vigor within themselves to become consumers that think critically...

Sugar Daddies: Friend or Foe?

Sugar Daddies: Friend or Foe?

Nicte Hernandez // September 9, 2016

With tuition and cost of living on the rise students are starting to quit extracurricular activities and are applying for jobs in order to keep their student debt to a minimum. It is more common for...

Photo credit: Helen Suh

Money talks, just not in front of the kids

Brittany Mcclintock // March 1, 2016
Talking about money in front of children can have a huge psychological effect on them.
Ariel Hernandez Photo credit: Kasey Judge

Working Wildcat: Financial tips for graduating seniors

Ariel Hernandez // April 22, 2014
Five tips to manage your money and stay out of debt.
Clubs must pay AS banking fee for funds

Clubs must pay AS banking fee for funds

Christine Lee // March 4, 2014
Lab manual profits received by a campus club are processed by the Associated Students the to ensure they're put to proper use. The A.S. applies a 2 percent charge for each manual they sell.
Dr. Patricia Edelmann, professor, biology department. Courtesy of Chico State.

Campus building-use policy under review

Enrique Raymundo // February 25, 2014
Chico State's policy for reserving campus facilities raised concerns with some faculty.

Challenging the required in required reading

Kristina Martinez // January 22, 2014
The rising cost of education leads students to ask if purchasing textbooks is essential to passing classes.
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