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Academic integrity; inside cheating in college

Curtis Peldo, philosophy professor, discusses the consequences of cheating and the ethical counterparts. (Photo courtesy of Curtis Peldo).

Taylor Hovey

September 2, 2015

Recent findings have found that two-thirds of college students have reported cheating in some form during their college careers. In the book “Cheating in College: Why Students Do It and What Educators Can Do about It,” Donald L. McCabe, a professor of management and global business at Rutge...

Textbooks prove expensive, but necessary

The Chico State Wildcat Store sells and rents books to students that need books for any of their classes. Photo credit: Taylor Hovey

Taylor Hovey

August 27, 2015

As classes commence and syllabuses are passed out to the masses, students begin the mad dash to get their required textbooks as quickly as they can, at the lowest price. Since 1979, textbook prices have increased 812 percent, a larger increase than both medical services and new homes in the s...

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