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Wildcat of the week – Jeremiah Egujie

Wildcat of the week – Jeremiah Egujie

Andrew Baumgartner and Caitlyn Young

September 5, 2018


Filed under Mobile Headlines, Soccer, Sports, Wildcat of the Week

Senior Jeremiah Egujie is a standout forward for the men's soccer team. Egujie scored both of the team's goals in the Wildcats opening day win. Egujie is looking to make a difference in his second season on the team after transferring from Arizona Western Community College. He is this week's Wildcat ...

A day in the life of a graduating senior at Chico State

A day in the life of a graduating senior at Chico State

Josiah Nicholl

May 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, Community, Mobile Headlines, News

From dead week, finals and preparing summer plans, May is a month where everything from the semester comes to an end.For seniors like Megan Nash, a liberal studies major, and Juan Sanchez, a political science major, their Chico State experience will come to a close with graduation.“I just want to gra...

Humans of Chico State

Humans of Chico State

Franky Renteria

October 22, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Humans of Chico State

"As I got closer to graduation, the reality of 50 to 60 hour work weeks is sinking in. I'm excited for the opportunities I have ahead of me; but i know that I need to take advantage of the rest of the time I have before I start working in SF. The 12 days of vacation time I get when I start working is...

A señor’s fresh perspective on love

A señor’s fresh perspective on love

Miles Inserra

May 11, 2015


Filed under Columns, Opinion

In all of its facets, age is a puzzling concept. As I mature, the idea confounds me more. Still, I have my moments when I stop thinking so damn hard and everything makes sense: Age is experience. This is my sole reason to believe it is appropriate for a senior in college to date a freshman in college, bu...

Reflections on Chico State

Reflections on Chico State

Joseph Rogers

May 9, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

It's been a interesting trip being a student at Chico State. I had come here initially as a cross-enrolled student from Butte College and learned that Chico State sets a higher standard for academic performance. I learned to go to office hours. It helps to form relationships with members of the fa...

Dorm living as a senior

Dorm living as a senior

Allison Galbreath

January 25, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

By the end of this year, I will have been in housing for four years. My first year was spent at Whitney Hall and the last three years at University Village. The first question I get when I admit I’m a senior in student housing is a thoroughly confused, “Why?” Because many are dismayed b...

Senior rock climber reaches new heights

Senior rock climber reaches new heights

Stephanie Schmieding

December 11, 2014


Filed under Features

The clouds grew dark and the wind picked up as Tim Whitaker continued his perilous climb to the summit of Mount Conness, a prominent peak in the Sierra Nevada range. Shivering from head to toe, he reached the last steep section of the climb, only to be engulfed by clouds and 70 mph winds, a moment h...

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