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Audit finds hospitality expense policy could use improvements

Audit finds hospitality expense policy could use improvements

Gabriel Sandoval

February 26, 2016


Filed under Administration, Campus, Community, News

A Chico State employee was reimbursed $1,215.48 for meals she attended, approved and "directly benefited from," violating the Foundation Hospitality Expense Policy, according to a California State University audit. The audit also noted that, although the policy doesn't set a dollar limit per meal...

Foundation approves resolution to divest

Foundation approves resolution to divest

David Mcvicker

December 11, 2014


Filed under Administration, News

Chico State propelled itself to the forefront of the divestment movement by becoming one of the first public universities to completely divest from fossil fuels.The University Foundation Board of Directors passed a resolution Wednesday to proceed with the removal of foundation investments from the top 200 public coal, oil and gas companies within the...

AS vote doesn’t guarantee divestment

AS vote doesn’t guarantee divestment

Yessenia Funes

April 14, 2014


Filed under News

  Students and faculty have been hearing about divestment since last year, and now it’s finally made the Associated Students spring ballot. This year's ballot measure asks students whether the A.S. should encourage the University Foundation to immediately cease all new investments in the la...

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