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New Associated Students president pledges to “work with students”
By Laura Smith
This article was published on 04.19.01
Mt. Lassen Chapter.
By Barbara Blythe
Opponants in Otterson Bridge project begin their sparring.
By Tom Gascoyne
Mid Valley News lawsuit dropped.
Sheriff’s department continues investigation of First Amendment Club.
University Christians use “Rich” to proselytize to the masses.
On this Earth Day, we’re in an energy crisis and our president is an anti-environmentalist—but there’s reason for hope: The end of the age of oil is near.
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Wagster hates George W. Bush.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Trying to tell her 11-year-old daughter the facts of life, the author comes up against the most daunting fact: Nowhere in the world are women safe from men’s predations.
By Mary Cook
DNA likes new venues.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Art show based on 19th century French poet Baudelaire’s book Les Fleurs du Mal.
By John W. Young
The Chico Symphony’s merger the Redding Symphony is a bold move motivated by finances and hopes for greater quality, but it comes at a cost.
By Chris Baldwin
Review of book-motif-themed art show at the 1078 Gallery.
By Bret Lueder
Union of the Dead goes beyond the punk rock cliché—and survives.
By Miles C. Newell
The Chico Symphony Orchestra’s farewell performances.
Local ‘sugar daddies’ fire up the dance crowd at LaSalles.
By Desiree Gonzalez
By Mike Bagwell
Renee Zellweger is charming.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Drunken Horses is starkly engaging.
Banff Mountain Film Festival.
By Rex Stromness
What is meadowfoam—in the larger, cosmic sense? And who cares? Tanya Heinrich does.
By Devanie Angel
New business dean will balance industry contacts and internal skills.
Fictitious business names published on April 19, 2001.
Who’s doing what and going where in the business world.
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