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Modeling the Mystery of the Earth’s Movements

Understanding the shape and behavior of our planet is an absolutely classic problem, says senior Kyle Rocha-Brownell, who hopes to help illuminate it with his research project.

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#internlife

Quinn Western, a senior journalism major, tells about her summer internship at The Sacramento Bee.

The Organic Vegetable Project sells produce to two customers

Sustainable Eats: A Recipe for Success

When student Grace Kerfoot became the AS Sustainability dining coordinator last fall, she was immediately off and running on bringing more dining choices to Chico State.

Student climbs the climbing wall at the WREC

Facing Fears at the WREC Climbing Gym

In the pictures of Wildcat Recreation Center staff member Salam Ali fixing the rope to my harness for the first time, you’ll see me beaming with eyes cast down, watching her hands as she explains the reliability of the Figure-Eight Knot she’s tying. What you don’t see are the frantic thoughts racing through my mind.

Kym Crosby trains at University Stadium earlier this year. Crosby, who is legally blind, has been invited to live and train at the U.S. Paralympic Training Center this summer.

Chico State Runner Competes for Spot on Paralympic Team

Kym Crosby, a student-athlete who is also legally blind, is competing at international meets and training with Olympians in pursuit of 2016 Paralympic Games berth.

Big Chico Creek flowing through campus

Legacy of Leaders: College of Natural Sciences

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. Today’s featured College of Natural Sciences honorees show that when you are following your passion, nearly anything is possible.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Humanities and Fine Arts

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. The blog will feature a different college’s awardees each day during Founders Week, April 4–13, 2014.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. The blog will feature a different college’s awardees each day during Founders Week, April 4–13, 2014.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Communication and Education

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. The blog will feature a different college's awardees each day during Founders Week, April 4–13, 2014.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Business

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. Today is the College of Business alumna Debra Canon and senior Sierra Delorefice-Chicarino.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. Today is the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences alumnus Dr. Edward Rollins and senior Fidel Ilustre.

Legacy of Leaders: College of Agriculture

In honor of Founders Week, an outstanding student and alum from each college are rewarded for their success, excellence and leadership. Today is the College of Agriculture Trena Kimler-Richards and senior Taylor Herren.

Watch and Learn

Chico State kinesiology professor Josh Trout has implemented various technology into the classroom, from exer-gaming (like Wii sports) to now motion analysis application technology.

10 Reasons to #ChooseChico

Trying to decide which college is right for you? Here are 10 awesome reasons to #ChooseChico.

All the Right Moves: John Roussell

John Roussell's dance moves are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to his presence on campus. The communication design professor recently received the 2013-14 Outstanding Teacher Award, but Roussell is also making an impact outside of the classroom.

Student Finds Community—and Himself—at Chico State

Junior Kory Masen shares his story.

(Jason Halley/University Photographer)

Fall Cover Photo Contest: Fall-ing in love with Chico

What: Help us choose CSU, Chico’s Facebook cover photo! Share your photos, and then help select from our favorites to be the next California State University, Chico Facebook page cover photo. Guidelines: Photos should show off the best of Chico State and the Chico experience. Take photos of our beautiful campus in all its fall […]

Our Five Favorite Wildcat Pride Photos

To kick off the beginning of the year, we worked in collaboration with the Chico State Wildcat Store and the Athletics department to host a 2-day photo event Sept. 10-11 on the Trinity Commons lawn. Students were encouraged to stop by our booth and show off their Wildcat Pride by posing for photos with Chico […]

Dee Thao

Meet Some of Chico State’s Amazing New Graduates

Basketball star Damario Sims has left an indelible mark on Chico State athletics history over the past four years. But beyond the buzzer-beating shots is his most defining aspect: the obligation he feels to be a role model for young people from his hometown of West Oakland. Read More If there’s one thing Ariel Ellis […]

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Zesty Lemon Chicken — Chico Style!

By Chelsea Beights, Senior, Major: Studio Art — Photography Ciao! My name is Chelsea and I am the new social media and photography intern for Public Affairs and Publications. I will be blogging, tweeting, and Facebooking on the official University sites as we work to connect more with you, our audience. As a Chico local, […]