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Dear World and its Message-on-Skin Storytelling to Visit CSU, Chico’s Campus (04-13-2017)
The photography-based storytelling vehicle, Dear World, will visit the California State University, Chico campus on April 17–18.Dear World is a campaign that facilitates a way for people to safely express themselves by writing their story, or message, somewhere on their bodies. The individual and their messages will then be photographed and added to a gallery of similar photos, helping to create a powerful means of communication.
Week of Events Planned in Honor of César Chávez (03-27-2017)

California State University, Chico students will honor the legacy of César Chávez this week with acts of service, community and education during events on and around campus. The week’s events begin with an educational fair on Tuesday that will provide information about Chávez’s life and legacy and will culminate with the seventh annual ‘Cats in the Community day of service on Friday.

CSU, Chico Selected to Lead CSU in CalFresh Outreach to Reduce Food Insecurity Among Students at 11 Campuses (01-18-2017)

In an effort to reduce food insecurity among students throughout the California State University system, CSU, Chico’s Center for Healthy Communities (CHC) has partnered with the Office of the Chancellor in a systemwide effort to conduct CalFresh Outreach with students on college campuses. With CHC serving as lead contractor, the CalFresh Outreach program will operate at 11 campuses to develop resources to increase awareness about this important nutrition assistance program, help eligible students apply for CalFresh, and partner with county social service offices to identify and reduce barriers associated with student enrollment.

Ribbon-Cutting at CSU, Chico on Feb. 14 Celebrates Valene L. Smith’s $250,000 Donation to Expand the University’s Museum of Anthropology (02-13-2017)

California State University, Chico’s Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology already supports one of the country’s premier museum studies programs. The museum’s educational and community impact will now transform more lives, thanks to a new $250,000 donation from CSU, Chico Department of Anthropology Professor Emerita Valene L. Smith. Her donation will be used to expand the museum.

Films Created by CSU, Chico Faculty and Students to be Showcased at Human Diversity Film Festival (10-25-2016)

The Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology invites you to attend a film festival. In Focus: Films of Human Diversity, is an event showcasing three movies created by California State University, Chico faculty and students. The film showcase will take place on November 6 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Chico Women’s Club, 592 East Third Street in Chico.

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