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Chico State’s president shares his views in an issue-laden Q&A.
By Evan Tuchinsky, and Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 08.24.06
Officers from the city and university get serious about party fouls.
By Jason Cassidy
Two big new buildings are going up this year at Chico State.
By Marisol Salgado
What do decades of teaching leave a college instructor? Hopefully, remembered.
By Jaime O'Neill
Butte College boasts additional learning space and a greater chunk of cyberspace.
By Mandy Feder
University dials in a new student-based computerized system.
By Richard Ek
Following the death of her boyfriend, this Chico woman wants people to know that jumping from the West Branch bridge can be fatal.
By Joe Krulder
A public meeting and a city memo paint different pictures about the Fair Street future of Butte Humane Society.
By Evan Tuchinsky
The Sacramento Valley Mirror’s Tim Crews is after the Glenn County schools chief this time.
By Robert Speer
Flights, discs and dough.
Sustainability isn’t just about the environment—it’s about our whole world culture.
By Robert Woods
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Anna Sorensen isn’t your average grade-'A’ senior.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Singer-songwriter Jason Willmon channels the perfect pop song through his project Arrangement Ghost.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Attack on the arts’ front … music, too.
A WWII recon pilot, shot down by enemy fire in Papua New Guinea, returns to the village that saved his life so many years ago.
School’s back in session, 1078 Gallery rocks and the CN&R is putting out a music comp.
By Mark Lore
Steve Cannon blows hard on his latest disc.
By Miles Jordan
Along with Zozo Sister Ann Savoy, Linda Ronstadt delivers a new batch of simple, heartfelt songs.
Novalima blends traditional instruments and modern electronica for a fun little party.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Songwriter Brett Dennen blends musical craftsmanship with compassionate idealism.
By Carey Wilson
Hurley’s offers good and simple dishes, but lacks pizzazz.
Camp in the purest sense of the word … it is, after all, titled Snakes on a Plane
By Craig Blamer
A behind-the-scenes look at crossword competition.
What’s worse than snakes on a plane? The campy Snakes on a Train, of course.
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