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March 28, 2014

Published 2013-08-24T20:49:00Z"/> news Liz CoffeeLaw enforcement breaking up a crowd of party-goers on Sixth Street in the south campus area. About 25 officers from Chico Police Department, University Police Department and Alcohol and Beverage Control in addition to seven police volunteers re...

Local bar sees brawls on rise

March 28, 2014

Published 2011-10-18T19:01:00Z"/> news Juniper Rose An increase in the number of fights at Franky's and in the surrounding parking lot has caused interest and concern among Chico State students. There is no apparent reason for the increasing number of fights, said Clint Norman, a bouncer at ...

Suspected vandal may have left mark on campus, state

March 28, 2014

Published 2011-04-26T21:51:00Z"/> news Teresa De Luz A man suspected to be a graffiti artist known throughout the state for his "Gomes" tags was apprehended by Chico police April 19 on West Third and Walnut streets. The suspect, 21-year-old Emanuel Archiga, was arrested outside a 7-Eleven conve...

Spring break timing overlaps with St. Patrick’s Day to discourage heavy partying, drinking

March 28, 2014

Published 2013-03-13T06:00:00Z"/> news Allison WeeksSome universities plan spring break around Easter, but Chico State is different. The university schedules spring break for the same week as St. Patrick’s Day. Chico State does this so the break is in the middle of spring semester, with...

Special Olympics bumping an ‘error’

March 28, 2014

Published 2012-02-28T18:42:00Z"/> news Kjerstin WoodAfter 40 years, Butte County’s Special Olympics basketball tournament will not be held at Chico State because of a scheduling conflict that went unnoticed until three weeks before the event. Randall Stone, area director for Special Olympic...

Alumna dies after car crash

March 28, 2014

Published 2013-03-19T21:17:00Z"/> news Pedro Quintana<span style="font-size: 12px;">A Chico State alumna died Saturday at Enloe Medical Center, after being in a car accident Thursday on state Route 149.</span> Sierra Fox, 24, was involved in a single car accident when her 2003 C...

Safety sought in moonlight walk

March 28, 2014

Published 2011-10-25T20:28:00Z"/> news Raquel Royers Students, faculty and University Police came together to roam the campus on Thursday night with the same goal in mind - safety. The Moonlight Safety Walk brought together about 150 people willing to donate their time to make Chico State safer. T...

Wildcat Store troubles cause AS to ask for aid

March 28, 2014

Published 2013-05-07T08:00:00Z"/> news Nicholas CarrManagement for the Wildcat Store asked for input from the campus last Tuesday amid concerns that textbook sales will continue to decline. An email, titled “SOS: Save Our Store,” prefaced a survey sent to administrators, staff and facult...

Hmong general honored with new statue

March 28, 2014

Published 2012-12-11T20:18:00Z"/> news Ben MullinChico’s Hmong community celebrated the unveiling of a statue of cultural leader Gen. Vang Pao Saturday near City Plaza. Pao is known for having led an army against the People’s Army of Vietnam. The dedication was inspiring for senior busine...

Pedicabs thrive despite safety concerns

March 28, 2014

Published 2011-10-04T18:21:00Z"/> news Raquel RoyersWhile many students use pedicabs because of their accessibility and low costs, questions about their safety has some worried. Pedicabs, which are three-wheeled bicycles used by many to get home from downtown as an alternative to taxis, ope...

Music education option put on yearlong hiatus

March 28, 2014

Published 2012-05-01T18:27:00Z"/> news Kjerstin WoodIn the midst of Chico State’s 125th anniversary celebration, the music education program has been put on suspension for one year because of low enrollment rates. The program focuses on not just musical theory and performance but also on class...

Chapters uncover house letters after 4-month shutdown

March 28, 2014

Published 2013-03-06T06:00:00Z"/> news SuspensionPedro Quintana • Tyler McCune • Risa JohnsonReinstated Greek chapters unveiled their house letters Friday, but social sororities have been denied permission to conduct sisterhood retreats off campus this semester after petitioning officials in t...

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