PDF version here. Running keeps away the bad habits. That’s the mantra of history major Alfonso Cisneros, who has made a name for himself on Chico State athletic teams since he joined the cross country program as a walk-on four years ago. Cisneros grew up in McFarland, California, a rural town of about 12,000 between... Continue Reading →
A clinic for Kristina
PDF version here. Nursing students at CSU, Chico are working to carry on the legacy of service left by their classmate Kristina Chesterman, who was struck and killed September 24, 2013, by an allegedly drunk driver. Twenty-one-year-old Chesterman was in her fourth year at Chico State and dreamed of providing health care to underserved areas... Continue Reading →
A Day in the Life of a Wildcat
I pitched, filmed (with contributing footage from Jeff Barron) and edited this video that shares a glimpse into the day-to-day lives of three Chico State students. The purpose of this video was to show prospective students what life is like on campus. This video was shared on Chico State's blog, across social media platforms and sent... Continue Reading →
Chico State Class of 2014: What’s Next?
As the social media and photography intern, I am not only responsible for the university's social media sites, but creating engaging content to promote Chico State news and events. Above is a video I pitched, filmed and edited about the 2014 graduating class.
Bringing ideas to life
Senior applied computer graphics major Gabe Maddox sketches, grinds and throw his latest project: A batarang.