Oct. 24, 2016Vol. 47, Issue 2

Maestro Scott Seaton and the North State Symphony rehearse.

'Wouldn’t You Like to Know!'

North State Symphony musical director Scott Seaton shares some of the questions audience members submit to him during performances—and his answers.  

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Sarah Coopers displays some of the translated boos from Cubanabooks.

Tiny-but-Mighty Cubanabooks Strives to Make Cuban Women Authors Household Names

Professor Sara E. Cooper and Cubanabooks shine a light on Cuban authors by translating already-published books from Spanish into English, making the writers’ works accessible to a wider audience in the US.

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From the President’s Desk

President Hutchinson links arms with fellow campus and community members for rally against African American violence in America.

Building Diverse and Inclusive Communities of Excellence

President Gayle E. Hutchinson applauds activism on campus and ecourages free, inclusive speech. 

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Spirit of Giving

Students admire the SHAKER exhibit in the Jacki Headley University Art Gallery.

Honoring Creativity

Jacki Headley is remembered for her for love of Chico, creative drive, and commitment to the community. 

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Campus Faces

Banners with campus faces line either side of First Street through campus.

'We Are Chico State'

Six members of the Chico State community featured on campus banners share their stories.

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Campus Activities

A smiling family poses with the Willie the Wildcat mascot.

The Chico Experience Week

The Chico Experience Week 2016 brought the campus and community together at more than 90 events. Click through to see a gallery from the week.

crowd of dancers

‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’

Watch the flash mob dance from President Gayle E. Hutchinson’s fall reception for faculty and staff. View video

Faculty member stands in front of a chalk board with "It's my calling" written on it.

We Don't Say

Student-athletes take a stand for inclusive language in a new poster and video campaign. Read More