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Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship, a program pioneered by Chico State professor Curtis DeBerg, ripples far beyond the North State.
By Bryce Benson
This article was published on 02.05.09
Tournaments are a key component of the program Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship. Here’s how they work.
With the state budget still not passed, local educators plan for the worst.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Council takes up two controversial air-quality issues, wood heaters and mosquito fogging.
By Robert Speer
Eleven visiting students from Pakistan’s tribal region charge that American bombing is turning people against the U.S. faster than it is killing Taliban and al-Qaeda.
By Katie Booth
A disabled man in Oroville gets mistaken for a drunk, arrested and sentenced—without a trial.
By Kathy Burns
The down economy is having an impact on newspapers, too.
Chico school district takes steps toward more healthful meals.
Two months of negotiations yield a new three-year agreement for CNA members at Chico’s hospital.
Chico police and Chico State University officials are examining video of last week’s bonfire riot to see if charges can be brought.
Where the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act money is going.
Professor dishes the dirt on ditching chemicals for eco-friendly household cleansers.
By Ted Cox
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel begins reversing Bush’s 11th-hour environmental regulations.
By Kat Kerlin
Environmentalists ask Congress to protect half a million acres of California public lands.
New study says sustainability jobs rose rapidly before the recession.
Research finds tree mortality rates have sped up significantly.
Greg Kallio explains the curious phenomena of zero-energy homes.
By Greg Kallio
Alternative Spring Break offers students a chance to give back while traveling.
A message to the students who rioted last week: You’re an embarrassment to everyone, most of all yourselves.
Our leaders in Sacramento are becoming a national disgrace.
The veneer of the Wall Street elite has cracked—what better reason to take back our economy?
By Dennis Duncan
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tom Knowles’ lighthearted blog about flying airplanes hit turbulent weather when his baby daughter nearly died.
Simply stated: Live simply.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Words (565 of them) on homelessness, the media and Fiction 59.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Robin Indar’s world of colorful art on display at the Humanities Center Gallery.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
My poodle’s butt hurts, and some Chicoans who are making things happen.
By Jason Cassidy
America’s folk traditions preserved and packaged on mix CDs by society of collectors.
Synth music on Prozac.
New Pornographers vocalist releases second solo disc.
By Robin Bacior
Old-school Chico metal fave the Abominable Iron Sloth returns for one night.
By Mark Lore
New chocolate café opens in time for Valentine’s Day.
By Henri Bourride
Gus Van Sant’s biopic of Harvey Milk is honest and hopeful portrayal.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
‘A’ for action … and a B- for the rest—but the rest is incidental anyway. Mostly, Liam Neeson just kicks ass.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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