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Hmong general honored with new statue

March 28, 2014


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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


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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


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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


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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...

Memorial planned for student killed by falling branch

Nicholas Carr

August 31, 2013


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A public memorial for the student killed by a falling tree branch will be held Monday at Bidwell Chapel. Pa Houa Lor, a sophomore behavioral health and science major with aspirations of becoming a nurse, died Tuesday after she was hit by a red oak tree limb between Butte Hall and Lasse...

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