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John Crosby, political science lecturer, discusses the positives and negatives associated with lecture teachers at Chico State. Photo credit: Alicia Brogden

Universities’ push for more lecturers sparks positives and negatives

December 17, 2015
The money universities save by hiring lecturers goes to other resources besides education.
Aislinn McMahon, junior anthropology major, finds it difficult to get homework done every week while working and attending school. Photo courtesy of Aislinn McMahon.

Work, school overload students with stress

Sabrina Salvatore // November 17, 2015
Students trying to balance school and work on top of their personal and social lives deal with large amounts of stress.
Jessica Vazquez, senior agricultural business major, said studying abroad was one of the best decisions that she ever made. Photo courtesy of Jessica Vasquez.

Study Abroad extends available locations to Latin America

Sabrina Salvatore // November 10, 2015
Chico State celebrates International Education Week with the addition of new locations to the Study Abroad program for students.
Butte College put on the event Dont Sit in Silence, by putting out 110 chairs on its lawn to represent 10 percent of college students that commit suicide each year. Photo credit: Sabrina Salvatore

Suicide Awareness: spreading resources, education

Sabrina Salvatore // October 2, 2015
Chico State and Butte Community College promote suicide awareness through interactive demonstrations and provide information on how to seek further help.
Sean Bradford, bouncer at Joes Bar, believes that people need to offer more respect to bars when going out. Photo credit: Sabrina Salvatore

Let’s bounce: The dangers bar employees face

Sabrina Salvatore // September 20, 2015
Bouncers at local bars are under-recognized for the difficult situations they deal with while bar-goers throw a few back.
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