May 2, 2012

Realizing What I’ve Got Before It’s Gone

 By Sara Ortega, Account Executive  Well, it’s almost here. It’s almost time to put on my awkwardly oversized gown and cap and get my diploma! It’s what I’ve been working for these past four years and it’s hard to believe it’s already time. While I’m beyond excited to get out […]
May 1, 2012

How to be the best Disneylander

By Brendalyn Leen, Graphic Designer Take it from a pro, getting around Disneyland can be an art. With all the hustle and bustle and dodging of people, it can be extremely difficult to get from one place to another – let alone just trying to move. If you want to […]
April 26, 2012

__raduation

By Julie Ruocco, Account Executive The “G” word has been the most feared term in my vocabulary as of lately. I’ll just go ahead and say it – graduation. Fewer than 30 days separate me from the most anxiety-filled, exhilarating and perplexing time in my life. As I near the […]
April 25, 2012

Zombie Apocalypse….In Chico?

 By Megan Greene, Graphic DesignerIf you are a Chico State student you might wonder why, once every semester, a bunch of people run around campus in arm and head bands. If you are not a student, you might just be curious how a game called Humans vs. Zombies is played. […]
April 24, 2012

Letters Today, Leaders Tomorrow.

By Kayla Noriega, Social Media Assistant and Editorial AssistantIt is no secret that there are preconceived notions about what it means to be in a sorority or fraternity.  Having seen the film “Legally Blonde,” I thought I had sorority life all figured out—overly bubbly, girly-girls who look perfect all the time.  […]
April 19, 2012

Under the Cover

By Leza Ahrens, Graphic Designer I never really gave much thought into how much went into putting a book together, up until now. You have the jacket, the binding, the endpapers, blank leaves, bastard title, frontispiece, title page, copyright, dedication, forward, preface, acknowledgements, contents, introduction, body, glossary, index and colophon. […]