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101st Pioneer Day Parade presents theme of learning

101st Pioneer Day Parade presents theme of learning

Josh Cozine

May 6, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Community, News, Showcase

Hundreds lined the streets of downtown Chico Saturday for a tradition, this year themed with education - the Pioneer Day Parade.A Disney princess, dressed as Aurora in full flowing-pink gown, kneeled and embraced a child, with other Disney princesses, Captain America and other superheroes surrounding her. Kell...

Education in a modern world of technology

Education in a modern world of technology

Sam Rios

January 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As technology improves, systems and institutions that are deeply rooted in our society are challenged by the rapidity of the modern world.Some institutions, such as the medical field, have advanced greatly. The Robot-assisted surgeons, wearable health monitors, and gene editors are just a few examples that show the willingness of the medical fiel...

It all comes back to education

It all comes back to education

Kendall George

December 12, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Mobile Headlines, Opinion

If you are reading this article, congratulations. You are educated. If you're not in higher education your ability to read the words on this page right now means you are more educated than many around the world.With finals this week it might seem like education is not worth it; it's important to keep i...

Technology shouldn’t equal laziness

Technology shouldn’t equal laziness

Jeff Guzman

November 11, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Technology has seeped into every part of our lives but the one place that technology seems to be discouraged is in the classroom. With technology constantly advancing and becoming more common, it’s time schools embrace the technological revolution. PowerPoint presentations and online homework are a...

General education classes ruin learning

General education classes ruin learning

Jeff Guzman

February 28, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Right around the time I was finishing high school, there was one piece of information about college that every adult filled me in on. Everyone claimed that a benefit about college is it’s not like high school where you have to take algebra when you would rather learn about English literature. Yo...

Growing up globally crafts perspective

Growing up globally crafts perspective

Julianna Eveland

April 10, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

It was almost 11 p.m. when the lights flickered, the walls shook and the earthquake had reached our Bay Holdings apartment in Baku, Azerbaijan. The earthquake read 6.3 on the Richter scale — Azerbaijan’s largest in 160 years. My family has always had a keen taste for adventure. The way I think abou...

Learning changes stem from technology

April 5, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

There are times when I'm doing my homework and think, "Thank God for the Internet." Actually I’m thankful for the Internet all the time, whether I’m doing my homework or not. As millennials, we have grown up around social media. First Myspace then Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, the list g...

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