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Things to consider as another school year begins.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 08.25.05
New A.S. Presents coordinator gears up for new semester and beyond.
By Mark Lore
Some of the highlights from the A.S. Presents Fall Schedule.
Campus rape statistics are low across the country, but are they accurate?
If you’re gonna ride a bike, ride a rad one.
By Jason Cassidy
Kids in local Assembly districts are getting fatter.
By Devanie Angel
Some incoming Chico State freshmen aren’t getting what they expect at dorms.
CSU campus expands its bike-riding ban.
By Tom Gascoyne
Labor Day to put cops to work.
By Josh Indar
Negotiations with subcontractor have stalled.
Laws come too late to save Magalia man’s home.
By Jeffrey M. Barker
School by the numbers.
Hazing rituals are not harmless exercises in fun.
By Ron Reed
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Fifteen minutes with Brahama D. Sharma, retired chemistry professor.
In which Culture Vulture discourses upon a few of Chico’s attractions and entrapments.
By C. Owsley Rain
When did the rock ‘n’ roll generation give up its quest to change the world?
By Jaime O'Neill
By Local Bastard
Being scene. Or, how to reinvent Chico in your image and have as much fun as a house full of frat boys and porn stars.
Local wrestling federation brings guerilla theater to the Veteran’s Hall.
By Carey Wilson
Former street musician Ellis Hooks turns out sexually-charged blues on Godson of Soul.
By Miles Jordan
Reggae meets the red-headed stranger.
By Stephen Metzger
One-man rock band, Josh Funk.
By Lauren Brooks
Introducing Chico’s hottest jam band, Chingus.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A.S. Presents’ annual free concert kicks off Chico State semester with Lyrics Born.
By Jeremiah Wade
The incredible, edible vodka, and Henri’s First Annual Bloody Mary Competition.
By Henri Bourride
Despite R rating, The 40-Year-Old Virgin is more than just ‘lowbrow raunchiness’
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Wes Craven’s Red Eye is a throwback thriller.
By Craig Blamer
The Wondrously Improbable Story of The Flaming Lips.
Suicide Girls hit the road.
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