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Whitney Hall vandalism sparks building safety concern

Whitney Hall, Chico State's tallest building, has posed some safety concerns for students. Photo credit: Allisun Coote
October 10, 2015

  First-year students recently experienced a safety hazard when a ceiling grid collapsed on the eighth floor in Whitney Hall. Although this event was an act of vandalism, it has raised questions...

Students voice concerns with Sutter Dining

First-year animal science major, Delaney Friel, gets salad from the Sutter Dining Hall self-serve bar on Sunday. Photo credit: Christine Zuniga
September 14, 2015

“I feel like I live off of bagels and Goldfish." Emily Lovato, first-year communication sciences and disorders major, delved deeper into her concerns about Sutter Dining and the quality of nutrition...

Saladmander incident calls for dining hall change

September 7, 2015

  Sucky Sutter strikes again with the salamander scandal and no measures seem to have been taken to improve the dining hall. Though the incident is laughable, it brings the major question...

Senior Spotlight: Livin’ la vida dorm life

Caleb Meyer, a senior liberal studies major, has lived in a dorm throughout his entire college career. Photo credit: Ryan Pressey
March 20, 2015

How many college seniors can say they have lived on campus every year since being a first-year student, in three different dormitories? Very few. Caleb Meyer, a senior liberal studies major, has been...

CADEC hosts relationship and alcohol awareness events

Photo courtesy of CADEC
February 7, 2015

Chico State's Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center prepares for two awareness events leading into Valentine's Day weekend, focusing on relationships and alcohol education. The first one is the...

Coalition discusses diversity problems at Chico State

Professionals of Color Coalition president, Malcolm J. McLemore leads the group in discussion. Photo credit: Brittany Mcclintock
February 1, 2015

Chico State’s Professionals of Color Coalition held a forum Wednesday, Jan. 28 to discuss the racism in America and what Chico Sate can do to make the campus more diverse and supportive. The forum...

‘Abando,’ ‘Traphouse’ demolished

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January 21, 2015

A construction team finished a week-long demolition of the 620 and 632 La Vista St. houses Jan. 13.The final cleaning of North Campus' resident derelict is on track this week.The boarded-up houses at...

Wait-list for student housing drops just below 100

Drivers experience traffic on Warner Street as students move into the dorms the 18th through the 21st of this week. Photo credit: Daisy Dardon
August 25, 2014

While the fall semester began this week, more than 100 Chico State students were still waiting for a place to stay on campus. As of Tuesday, less than 100 students were wait-listed for rooms under...

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