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Chico State grad becomes a professor at one of Europes most respected universities.
By Richard Ek
This article was published on 11.17.05
By Patrick Vaughan
Samples of Pat Vaughan’s writing while at Chico State University Orion.
Film blasting Wal-Mart set to show at Pageant.
By Tom Gascoyne
KCSC gets new lease on life.
By Mark Lore
CUSD could cut off late-night meetings.
By Devanie Angel
High School Exit Exam could mean no diplomas for some Chico students.
By Jordan Wittman
Most kids between the ages of 16 and 22 have their own cars today.
You say it’s your birthday.
Ready to run.
Check the box on your property tax form to help an abused child, think hard on new high school.
By Randy Zachary
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Brenda Vettel
New downtown shops, hot dog battle, Tagliabue.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Local Bastard
Fulcrum Records adds its name to Chico’s history of all-ages live music venues to close doors.
By Jason Cassidy
DVDs provide unprecedented access to underground films—both old and new.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Tons of photos and mementos in new book on bluesman B.B. King.
Reviewed by Miles Jordan
Cookin’ pigs in the dirt, southern style.
By Stephen Metzger
Texas folk-rock singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Coheed and Cambria.
By Sierra Countis
Edgar Meyer joins Bela Fleck for acoustic evening at Chico State.
Henri does a greasy bird.
By Henri Bourride
Director George Clooney gives Cold War conflict between McCarthy and Morrow coolly styled treatment.
By Craig Blamer
Derailed is a Euro-trash wannabe.
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