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University unveils proposed spending plan on website

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-12-11T20:27:00Z"/> news Laura HassStudents got their first glimpse at how money from the proposed Chico Compact for Student Success could be spent when a university website went live Dec. 3. The website includes a 48-slide presentation that describes how an estimated $14 mill...

Vet proponent declares Chico State G.I.-friendly

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-09-25T20:50:00Z"/> news Allison WeeksChico State has been declared a military-friendly school for the third year in a row. Victory Media, a group dedicated to helping veterans when they leave the military, lists the top 15 percent of trade schools, colleges and universities in th...

Grad grants safe for year

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-04-24T20:39:00Z"/> news Master’s level students still eligible for State University Grant in 2012-13Juniper RoseThe 23 California State University presidents and CSU Chancellor Charles Reed decided not to cut master’s level students’ State University Grants for the 2012-2013 a...

Time capsule buried for Chico State’s 125 anniversary

March 28, 2014


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Published 2013-04-12T22:02:00Z"/> news Nicholas CarrThe university buried the first of two time capsules Friday preserving the past academic year. With Founder’s Week drawing to a close, Chico State administrators, alumni and community members observed as a container commemorating the univers...

Business cools downtown with students gone

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-01-25T21:42:00Z"/> news Dario Gut Businesses and restaurants around downtown Chico try to keep busy during the winter break even without the large collection of students to buy their products. Celestino's, a popular pizza parlor among students, had a substantial revenue drop in...

Future Wildcats get preview of campus

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-10-25T20:23:00Z"/> news Katherine Deaton Chico Preview Day hosted hundreds of prospective students, touring much of campus and parts of downtown Saturday to see if Chico State was the place to apply for next fall. Every department and student service was represented. Current high sch...

Pepper spray attacker still sought after street assaults

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-10-11T18:44:00Z"/> news Juniper RoseA pepper spray attacker is still on the loose more than two weeks after his last reported attack on a Chico State student. Chico police officers are patroling the south-campus area where the attacks on two female Chico State students took pla...

Protesters gather at Student Services Center plaza

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-03-02T15:48:00Z"/> news Andre ByikAbout 70 students stood out in the rain with signs protesting the higher education cuts and the recent tuition increases at the Student Services Center Plaza today in what was called "A Day of Action." Chants of "Students united will never be divide...

Cal Poly student missing after Labor Day float

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-09-04T11:49:00Z"/> news Katrina CameronA Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student went missing during Sunday’s Labor Day float, police said today. Brett Olson, 20, was last seen 1 p.m. Sunday when he got separated from his friends at Beer Can Beach, said Glenn County Undersheriff Ri...

Fraternity council levies stricter sanctions on Phi Kappa Tau

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-03-07T11:53:00Z"/> news Juniper RosePhi Kappa Tau, already put on probation by the university, had additional sanctions levied on its members by the Interfraternity Council Friday. The fraternity’s president, Marcus Dubois, plans to appeal the IFC’s sanctions, he said. ...

Understanding parking tickets

March 28, 2014


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Published 2010-10-19T17:28:00Z"/> news Kelly WardSome may think it saves money to not pay parking meters, but their efforts are in vain when a ticket shows up on the windshield. A ticket for an expired meter costs $25, according to Chico Police Department's parking ticket fee schedule. Much of t...

$4.50 gas prices likely new reality

March 28, 2014


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Published 2011-03-01T19:35:00Z"/> news Allison Weeks Although the revolution in Libya might seem far away, residents in Chico are certainly feeling its effects at the pump. "The price of gas has gone up 20 cents in the last two weeks," said Raj Sandhu, owner of the Shell Station on Nord Aven...

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