October 22nd

Campus Sustainability Day

All Day

Location: Colusa Hall Rm 100A
Category: Fairs & Festivals

Campus Sustainability Day is a time to recognize the successes, challenges, and innovations of sustainability in higher education on each campus. The theme for the upcoming Campus Sustainability Day is Empowering Change on Campus and in the Community.

Ever wondered about opportunities for students to be actively involved in sustainability on campus? There are over twenty different student organizations and internship programs working in this area on the Chico State campus – join us for this open house to find out all about them!

University Art Gallery Presents: Joshua Martinez - Photographs


Location: University Art Gallery, Trinity Hall
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

Joshua Martinez is a San Francisco-based photographer who received his MFA from the California College of the Arts and his BFA from Humboldt State University. He has exhibited his work throughout Northern California. Martinez captures images that suggest adventures, experiences, and sensations but that also convey the impossibility of reproducing experience pictorially. By using processes that emphasize the photograph as object—large-format images, analog processes, and exposed paper edges—he seeks to connect with the experience of memory.

The University Art Gallery is located within Trinity Hall at CSU, Chico and is open during exhibits 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, please call 530-898-5864 or visit http://www.csuchico.edu/art/galleries/univgallery.html.

School of the Arts events website: http://www.schoolofthearts-csuchico.com/

National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week


Location: Trinity Commons
Category: Clubs & Organizations

The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center Peer Educators along with the generous support of many campus partners have planned a fun, interesting, educational, inspiring and engaging week of events and activities for the campus community.  Please plan to stop by and engage with us at any or all of the opportunities listed below and help us raise awareness, reduce stigma and save lives.  Together We Can!  We are Chico State!

Janet Turner Print Museum Presents: Legacy Janet Turner; Artist, Mentor, Teacher


Location: The Turner Print Museum
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

Continuing the centenary celebration of Turner’s birth in 1914, this exhibition presents her prints inspired by her Chico years. Also included is a selection of her students’ prints that she obtained to be part of her collection. The exhibition celebrates Turner’s historic contributions to the education and training of artists and to the promotion of printmaking as an art form as well as her pioneering role as a female printmaker. Curator’s talk: Thursday, October 16, at 5:30 p.m. in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall; reception follows in The Turner’s lobby. 

The Turner Print Museum is located inside Meriam Library at CSU, Chico. Hours during exhibits are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, please call 530-898-4476 or visit www.janetturner.org.

School of the Arts events website: http://www.schoolofthearts-csuchico.com/

Conversations On Diversity and Inclusion: Sign of the Times: Deaf Education & Sign Language Interpreters


Location: BMU 210
Category: Diversity

The Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion series focuses on the complexities of group and individual identities and how they influence one another. The gatherings provide a safe space for members of the campus community to consider the often sensitive issues surrounding identity.  These conversations are the committee's attempt to expose and treat the various ills we see reflected on our campus and in our community--xenophobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, classism, ignorance, apathy, etc., as well as celebrate our differences. The series will be held from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in BMU 210. For more information contact the Office of Diversity at 898-4764.

Local Job Fair


Location: Bell Memorial Union
Category: Fairs & Festivals

This event is free and open to Chico State and Butte College students and alumni looking for local part time, internship, and career job opportunities.  Employers who wish to participate will find more information at the Chico State Career Center website.

Diversity 411


Location: MLIB 172
Category: Diversity

Diversity 411 is a program series by the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center in order to provide students, faculty and staff with an opportunity to explore diversity-related topics and current issues relevant to the campus and community discussion. This event occurs once a month at 3:30PM-5PM in the Cross- Cultural Leadership Center, Meriam 172 (Across from the Bell Memorial Union Marketplace).  This event is open to all students, faculty and staff and aims to provide a safe space to explore diversity through sharing personal perspectives and experiences.  

For more information please contact us at (530) 898-4101 or cultural@csuchico.edu or visit or website www.csuchico.edu/cclc

A Talk and Taste of Slow Food


Location: Humanities Center Gallery in Trinity Hall
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

Lori Weber, Political Science

A discussion of the Slow Food movement in the context of globalization. Discussion will be followed by a taste workshop with selected local foods from Slow Food’s Ark of Taste, a catalog of more than 200 culturally significant foods in danger of extinction.

Animal Rights is a Social Justice Issue


Location: Performing Arts Center, Room 134
Category: Lectures & Forums