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Representatives of Nu Alpha Kappa with Tray Robinson, Office of Diversity and Inclusion. From left: Jose Perez, Robinson, Pablo Trenado, and Salvador Rodriguez.

Fraternity Furthers Multicultural Understanding

Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity received the 2012 award for Enhancement of Multicultural Understanding. The Latino-based fraternity distinguished itself in its contributions to creating a more diverse and inclusive community.

Up ’til Dawn Tops Nation for Fifth Time

CSU, Chico won the national St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital fundraising championship for the fifth time. The Up ’til Dawn event, held in November 2011, raised $106,261, passing the $1.25 million cumulative total raised by Chico students, marking the University’s 125th anniversary.

Associated Students is One of a Kind

The Associated Students (AS) is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in Northern California, operating the Bell Memorial Union, Chico State Wildcat Store, Dining Services, Wildcat Recreation Center, and a host of programs focused on student governance, service, sustainability, cultural expression, and recreation. With a budget exceeding $28 million, the AS employs about 800 student staff and provides internships, service-learning, and leadership opportunities.

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