A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
November 10, 2005 Volume 36 / Number 3

 

Briefly Noted

New A.S. Presents Coordinator

Dwight Frey recently took over the position of A.S. Presents coordinator, held for several years by Ajamu Lamumba. In October, the Chico News & Review awarded Frey a “Best of Chico” plaque for bringing quality shows to the campus. Frey was previously facility manager for Bell Memorial Union. Lamumba took the position of outreach coordinator for MESA in February.

Men’s Cross Country Wins Regional

The CSU, Chico men’s cross country team won the California Collegiate Athletic Association title for the fourth consecutive year. The Wildcats handily took first place over nationally ranked Cal Poly Pomona and UC San Diego. The women’s team struggled with illnesses but still managed to finish second.

Make-A-Wish Concert

Business Resource Center students will hold their 7th annual Make-A-Wish concert on Dec. 6 with Magic Slim and the Teardrops in the BMU Auditorium. The Chicago Blues band sold out the Sierra Nevada Brewery a year ago. Over the past seven years, BRC students have raised more than $33,000 for the Make-A-Wish foundation that serves the Northern California region. Tickets for the concert are $5 for students and $10 for general admission. To purchase tickets, contact Gary McMahon at x5272.

Aging and Long-Term Care Conference

Continuing Education presents a conference on Aging and Long-Term Care on Friday, Nov. 18. John Preston, PsyD (doctor of psychology), will present the workshop. Preston is the author of 14 books on various topics including psychopharmacology, psychological assessment, neurobiology and psychotherapy. Call x6105 or visit http://rce.csuchico.edu/inservice.