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Teachers profit behind closed doors

Erin Holve, Staff Writer // March 12, 2020

The recent investigation into Professor Curtis Deberg’s alleged mishandling of funding made me consider what other conflicts of interest professors may have concerning students. One such possible conflict...

The outside of the Chico State Wildcat Store.

Chico State bookstore faces decline in sales, Board of Directors review possible approaches

Kimberly Morales, Staff Writer // February 28, 2020

Chico State’s Associated Students, Board of Directors met on Feb. 14 to discuss agenda items, including the plan for the Chico State Wildcat Bookstore’s ended contract.  Chico State’s bookstore...

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Corporate created learning is squandering creativity

Alex Horne // February 10, 2016
While professors are striking, their use of McGraw-Hill as a crutch is becoming more and more apparent.
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Textbooks are so yesterday

Emma Vidak-Benjamin // February 8, 2016
This year students say goodbye to textbooks and hello to the innovative new world of e-books.
The Chico State Wildcat Store sells and rents books to students that need books for any of their classes. Photo credit: Taylor Hovey

Textbooks prove expensive, but necessary

Taylor Hovey // August 27, 2015
Despite the rising costs of textbooks, passing a class without one is close to impossible. Many options are available for those who don't want to break the bank on new books.
Bio professors book addresses climate change

Bio professor’s book addresses climate change

Austin Redfern // January 21, 2015
Chico State professor of Biology Kristina Schierenback's new book examines how the evolution of California is shaped by climate change.
Jacob Arbogast, A.S. Vice President for Business and Finance.   Orion File Photo

Bookstore to change its business model

Enrique Raymundo // February 8, 2014
The Wildcat Store is communicating with Verizon Wireless to open a full-service Verizon Store on campus.

Challenging the required in required reading

Kristina Martinez // January 22, 2014
The rising cost of education leads students to ask if purchasing textbooks is essential to passing classes.
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