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J. C. Penney offers exclusive sale for Chico State faculty and students

J. C. Penney offers exclusive sale for Chico State faculty and students

Brian Luong

October 12, 2018


Filed under Campus, Community, Mobile Headlines, News

You don’t have to be Barney Stinson to suit-up this October. The Career Center has partnered with JCPenney to bring the Chico State community a private Suit-Up Event. The event will take place on Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. It gives Wildcats and their families the opportunity to purchase professiona...

Sugaring can be both sweet and sour

Sugaring can be both sweet and sour

Rayanne Painter

September 18, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Opinion, Tweet Talks

Money is tight for those of us in college, or for other adults trying to make their business or career goals workout. Wouldn’t it be great to have some help through the struggles?It’s no secret that sugaring is a hot topic on social media, nowadays for this upcoming generation. For those...

Is a proposed fee increase really for students’ benefit?

Is a proposed fee increase really for students’ benefit?

Kendall George

March 14, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Editorials, Mobile Headlines, Opinion

We cannot afford to live. Repeat. We, (students), cannot afford to live. We are facing an uphill battle with money. Getting our lives together and supporting ourselves for the future seems impossible, especially after a new proposed fee increase. Everyone has heard about the fee increase. If you haven't...

New science building brings mixed emotions among students

New science building brings mixed emotions among students

Nicte Hernandez

March 11, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Mobile Headlines, Opinion

It seems like every year we see the campus being renovated, something is being added or restored. Students have expressed concern or mixed feelings in the past when other buildings were renovated.Now, with the demolition of the Siskiyou building in order to put in a new physical science building, students continue to e...

Is college worth the time, effort?

Is college worth the time, effort?

Karen Limones

February 21, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Mobile Headlines, Opinion

During the middle of the semester, students are in the process of studying for midterms, team projects and have headaches from studying too much. In the midst of all this stress, some start to question if college is even worth the effort. Many students believe that we don’t need it because there...

Chico State students don’t know where their tuition money is going

Chico State students don’t know where their tuition money is going

Grayson Boyer

October 16, 2017


Filed under Columns, Mobile Headlines, Opinion

Although it is impossible to determine where exactly Chico State student tuition money goes, all students deserve a basic understanding of how their money is used.The following information has been acquired from the 2017/2018 Budget Plan for Chico State, and Chico’s OpenGov.com page. Let’s start with the basics and dive into some numbers: student tuition is now $7,348 per year, a $308 increase from 2016. F...

Butte Station sells less than last year

Butte Station sells less than last year

Christian Solis

October 6, 2017


Filed under Administration, Breaking News, Campus, News

Butte Station is selling less than the same time last year, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's doing bad.Comparing to similar stores in other CSU's, Butte Station is on average out-performing most of them according to Jamie Clyde, associative executive director for the A.S.What Clyde attributes to Bu...

Advice Column: Ways to save money

Advice Column: Ways to save money

Danielle Cortes

September 24, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Editorials, Opinion

We're all just broke college students trying to make it in the real world. College is a huge investment. All of us know that by now. Not only are you paying for tuition, but you also have to pay for rent, food and other expenses. It's unavoidable to spend money in college, and it's difficult to manage.Here are 12 tips ...

Millenials too broke to break up

Millenials too broke to break up

Susan Whaley

April 2, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

The cost of living is beyond reach for many millennials. People who are falling behind on their monthly budget might end up leeching off their relationships or being stuck with a person for financial reasons. No one wants to admit to using their significant other for financial assistance. It’s...

Advantages of being a student

Advantages of being a student

Steven Black

February 20, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Every student will complain about tuition and the trek to class, but there are plenty of advantages to being a Chico State student. 1. Student Health Center – Besides checking for STI's and writing the convenient notes to get students out of class once in a while, the Student Health Center provides ex...

Increased tuition raises questions and encourages struggle

Increased tuition raises questions and encourages struggle

Nicole Henson

February 1, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Colleges do a poor job explaining what comprises the cost of attending the university. Think about it, we know that we pay for faculty, room materials and the occasional construction project on campus. However, there are hundreds of dollars taken out of our pockets every year going towards mysterious charge...

Human traffickers look for vulnerable people

Human traffickers look for vulnerable people

Nicte Hernandez and Briana Mcdaniel

November 23, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Every 30 seconds a person falls enslaved into human trafficking. Today, it's most commonly known as modern-day slavery, according to Abolishing Injustice in the 21st Century.Traffickers look for individuals with certain personalities that are easy to manipulate or individuals who happen to be in challenging situations.Ma...

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