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Free concealed carry class offered to women

Ted Lidie showing his students what a shoulder halter looks like. Photo credit: Angelina Mendez

Angelina Mendez

December 9, 2019

On Thursday evening from 5-9 p.m., the company Legal Heat and Chico’s Sportsman’s Warehouse hosted a free women’s concealed carry permit class. The class, rated highly online and described as informative, is a part of the process to obtain a carrying concealed weapons permit that is al...

Vacancies in University Police result in sponsorships

Vacancies in University Police result in sponsorships

Josh Cozine

February 28, 2018

University Police is currently looking to hire four police officers, and two sponsorships for cadet training are being offered.According to the job description, the department is looking for two people to become cadets with the academy. After training and a probationary period, and at supervisor’s discretio...

Campus resource holds knowledge about alcohol all students need to hear

ROAR (Reach Out and Respond) is seeking to educate Chico State Students about safety with alcohol Photo credit: Allisun Coote

Michelle Zhu

March 10, 2016

After waking up in the hospital for alcohol poisoning, McKenna Peterson decided to help students understand how to safely deal with alcohol. Peterson leads Wildcat ROAR (Reach Out and Respond), which hosts two-hour training sessions for students to recognize and prevent consequences of alcohol. "Stu...

Cardio ‘Cat: Training through illness

Risa Johnson

December 1, 2013

It’s that time of year again, when the voices of professors are drowned out by our coughs, sniffles and sneezes. We try our best to make it to school, but where should we draw the line between working out and staying home? To each their own, but I don’t like missing consecutive days of the...

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