November 29, 2012

How Social Media is Changing Holiday Shopping Forever

By Kylie Munoz, Account Executive Move over traditional television ads. Consumers now have a new form of inspiration and direction for holiday shopping–social media. Social media is playing a bigger role in how consumers purchase gifts for friends and family during the holiday season, a new study by ConsumerSearch.com has […]
November 29, 2012

A Creative Do-It-Yourself Project for the Holidays

By Lindsay Smith, Graphic Designer The holidays are coming up and gift giving is on the mind. What a great time to bust out your creative juices and attempt a few DIY projects. I have made a step-by-step video showing one of the art projects I attempted. I hope this […]
November 27, 2012

Have You Been to Feather Falls?

By Patrick Sheehan, Graphic Designer For all of you Chico State students who are interested in the great outdoors, Feather Falls is a must see.  In just under an hour and a half, you can be far from civilization and deep into the wonders of the Plumas National Forest.  Simply hop […]
November 26, 2012

Apps That Make Life Easier

 By David Anaya, Graphic Designer If you’re a graphic designer, you know how important project management is. Juggling multiple projects with tight deadlines can be extremely stressful, but when done effectively, it can be easy as pie. My final semester of college has been my busiest thus far, but these […]
November 16, 2012

Budget Your Black Friday

By Rosana Torres, Editorial Assistant Turkey Day, Dia de Accion de Gracias, Action de Grâces or whichever way you refer to Thanksgiving Day, is right around the corner. That means so is Black Friday.While Thanksgiving is exciting for the cooking enthusiasts like myself out there, there are some precautions we […]
November 14, 2012

Capitalizing On Our Need For Capitalism

By Christopher Tavolazzi, Editorial Assisstant I recently got in a high volume debate with my roommates over the new Windows 8. If you haven’t seen it yet, the new operating system throws out the standard folders and drop-down menus in favor of colored tiles as its main form of navigation. […]