Dec. 4, 2017Vol. 48, Issue 3

Fall into Fall

With upwards of 200 species and 2,700 trees in the campus arboretum, there may be no better place to experience the magic of fall color than the Chico State campus. As gingkos turn golden, maples transform to flaming red, and smoke trees burst into deep purple, University photographers Jason Halley and Jessica Bartlett have been documenting the seasonal change. While the colors may be fleeting, you can enjoy them as long as you want thanks to this Flickr gallery

Troy Jollimore, Philosophy, had his article, published in the text Melville Among the Philosophers.

Achievements

Troy Jollimore, Philosophy, had his article, “‘In Voiceless Visagelessness’: The Disenchanted Landscape of Clarel,” published in the text Melville Among the Philosophers. Read more.

A delegation from the Office of the Prime Minister and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

Cultivating Cultural Connections: ‘Walk in US, Talk on Japan’

Chico State’s international students were visited by a delegation from the Office of the Prime Minister and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Read more.