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Ann, Brina, Trisha and Taylor are all smiles as they await the first day of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course. Photo credit: Dominique Diaz

Course aims to reduce impact of stress-related issues

Dominique Diaz // February 22, 2016
The Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction class will return for its seventh semester.
Professionals of Color Coalition president, Malcolm J. McLemore leads the group in discussion. Photo credit: Brittany Mcclintock

Coalition discusses diversity problems at Chico State

Brittany Mcclintock // February 1, 2015
Forum on Jan. 28 discusses the issue of diversity and the necessary steps to fix it.
Trisha Seastrom. Photo courtesy of Chico State

CADEC hosts forums to help students with substance abuse

Madison Holmes // December 17, 2014
The forums are facilitated by Trisha Seastrom, the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center's program director, and two student peer educators who are in recovery.
Steps to being safe downtown. Photo credit: Michaela Sundholm

Stages of staying safe downtown

Michaela Sundholm // September 8, 2014
Steps to ensure safety while going downtown.
Trisha Seastrom, program manager for the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center. Courtesy of Chico State.

Course drops alcohol-related charges

Madison Holmes // August 31, 2014
A developing program will allow those with alcohol-related offenses to take diversion courses and community service to drop their fines. The program may extend to Chico State students in the future.
Caroline Galbraith, a sophomore psychology major, is a peer educator and social media intern at the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center. Photo credit: Dominique Diaz

Students stand against prescription drug abuse

Dominique Diaz // April 27, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center hosted its first Prescription Drug Awareness Week.
CADEC program director Trisha Seastrom looks over training materials with Sofia Rodriguez, a Chico State student and peer educator.Photo credit: Matthew Vacca

Mental health first-aid training returns to campus

Dominique Diaz // March 3, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center is bringing the popular program back March 7 and 8.
Evan Thibeau demonstrates how to properly lay an intoxicated person so that they wont choke on their vomit.Photo credit: Annie Paige

Program educates to prevent alcohol-related deaths

Madison Holmes // February 12, 2014
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center is offering several new Red Watch Band training dates for the new semester.
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