And There You Have It … Cooking With Christina Saschin

By Quinn Western, social media and photography intern

Recipes and cooking tips from senior nutrition and food science major Christina Saschin are published at least three times a week! In the video above, she talks about her cooking show on YouTube and writing for Parade magazine and The Orion while showing how to make healthier orange chicken (recipe below).

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’Cat Tales: One Hungry College Student at a Time

By Quinn Western, social media and photography intern

A Mission to Satisfy Hungry College Students By Saving Time

Lunch is now just a few taps away.tapingo

Tapingo is a smartphone app used on smartphones for browsing, ordering, and purchasing food and drinks. The free app has turned up at many schools across the country including University of Southern California, New York University, University of Arizona, and now, Chico State.

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Words from Experienced Wildcats

By Kacey Gardner, editorial assistant

Whether you’re a first-time freshman, transfer student, or one of our returning Wildcats, the start of a new school year is a great time to establish habits for success and think about your long-term goals. We asked a few professors from across campus their advice for making the most of your time here, this semester and beyond. Read what they had to say below, and if you have tips of your own, feel free to share in a comment.

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’Cat Tales: Welcome back!

By Quinn Western, social media and photography intern

Wildcats at Work

Harrison McMillen avoided the stereotypical sweltering summer months. Instead McMillen, a senior recreation and administration major, spent his summer vacation working as a beach attendant at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort.

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Modeling the Mystery of the Earth’s Movements

By Kacey Gardner, Editorial Assistant

brownellUnderstanding the shape and behavior of our planet is an absolutely classic problem, says Kyle Rocha-Brownell, a double major in physics and computer science.

In fact, says senior Rocha-Brownell, “It’s one of the oldest scientific questions on record.”

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The WREC: No Experience Required

If you can play, you can play at The WREC! At 130,000 square feet, Chico State’s Wildcat Recreation Center has everything you need to get fit and have fun doing it, including a welcoming attitude. ALL students, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, orientation, language, size, or ability are encouraged to use and enjoy the facilities. Hear it from The WREC community themselves: we want you here!

#internlife

By Quinn Western, social media and photography intern

Here’s a peek into my experience so far as an intern at The Sacramento Bee. I’ve been afforded countless opportunities to learn and have fun, from shadowing Pulitzer Prize winner Denny Walsh to playing on The Bee’s softball team, The Slugs. (Check out my slide in the video!)

I will return to Chico State in the fall as a senior journalism major.

Here are a few stories I’ve done so far:

17 and solo, she set out to hike the 2,650 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail

Here’s a column the executive editor, Joyce Terhaar, wrote about the future of journalism from the perspective of The Bee’s summer interns.

Title photo by Hector Amezcua
Chico State group photos by Andrew Seng

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