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  • The Chico Seed Orchard nature trail is about one mile long, paved and surrounded by a variety of trees with an interesting historical background. Photo by Heather Taylor on Feb. 3, 2024.

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    New trail of thought: Chico Seed Orchard

  • Chico State baseball celebrates a hard-fought win over Montana State Billings. Taken by Lukas Mann on Feb. 8.

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    Revamped Chico State baseball squad off to undefeated start

  • Wildcats play. Taken by Milca Elvira Chacon.

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    Chico State men’s basketball weekend recap: A triumph and setback on the road

  • Students wait in line for the Harvester food truck. Taken by Jolie Asuncion Sept. 22, 2022.

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    15% of Sales: Associated Students Dining Services agreement

  • Members of SWANASA group holding up a cut ties with genocide banner on Chico States campis

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    Students organize pro-Palestine walkout protest on Feb. 8

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When she inst bogged down by technology and finances, Ze Treasure Troll creates art. Photo Credit: Kirsten Springer

Q&A: Ze Treasure Troll on decorative concrete, not living under bridges

Trevor Whitney // February 27, 2015
Chico State student and concrete artist Kirsten Springer discusses her persona, engineering and types of trolls.
Heather Bennett, owner of Candy Cougar Art, displaying her unconventional painting style during the monthly Mixed Media Mixer Review at the 1078 gallery. Photo credit: Chelsea Jeffers

Media mixer features local artists of all trades under one roof

Jake Hutchison // November 5, 2014
The ambitious new project at 1078 Gallery, featuring live music, sculpture, photography, painting and more, is on track to become a staple monthly event for local artists and residents.
Victoria Davila, junior, applied computer graphics major. Photo credit: Ernesto Rivera

Humans of Chico State: Students reflect on their childhoods

Ernesto Rivera // September 12, 2014
Students reminisce on their years growing up, from living in Puerto Rico, being bullied and finding their true passion.
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