Survey reveals low job satisfaction

A campus climate survey conducted by Chico State's Office of Institutional Research showed that some employees are in some ways unsatisfied with their jobs.

Final changes made to federal Clery Act

Adjustments to the Jeanne Clery Act include additional requirements, including providing students with information, better protecting of victims of sexual assault and clarifying the process for collecting crime statistics.

Class pages managed by businesses

The popular Chico State Facebook class pages are managed and monitored by online businesses that advertise selling and buying textbooks as well as finding roommates through their websites. The businesses are entrepreneurial and unaffiliated with Chico State.


Arts & Entertainment 

Peppy, wacky musical offers laughs, plenty of pink

“Legally Blonde” will have audience members teetering off their chairs in laughter for a quirky contemporary musical

Q&A: Student DJ, musician Clay Finch

The Orion sat down with the music industry senior and guitarist of Dakota Cree to talk about Bob Dylan, Auto-Tune and finding a higher consciousness through music.

Study Break: T.I.’s ‘Paperwork’ album review

The Atlanta rapper's affinity for office supplies is recycled into his feature-heavy, low-caliber ninth studio album that tries a bit too hard to get noticed.

Mime troupe to literally give Chico audience giant thumbs up

World-renowned theater troupe MUMMENSCHANZ transforms everyday objects into masterpieces of mime expressionism. Catch its latest performance Tuesday at Laxson Auditorium.

Film festival will bring awareness, inspiring stories to Chico

The 10th annual FOCUS festival will feature almost 30 film screenings celebrating diversity and inclusion on campus and in the community.


In times of tragedy, I resort to humor

When it comes to making light of heavy news, no time is too soon

Costumes don’t equate to character

Opinion Columnist Julianna Eveland and her readers agreed, women shouldn't be shamed on account of their Halloween costumes.

Professionalism comes at a steep price

When did becoming an adult become changing your identity?

Family will always stay number one

As I get older it becomes easier to drift away from siblings and parents, but savoring these relationships is well worth it.

Students should keep pushing for divestment

Dr. Mark Stemen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning. His letter to the editor is in response to the students’ call for Chico State to divest in fossil fuels.


Chico State beats San Francisco State, Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

With the win on Friday night, the Wildcats are still on the hunt for a bid to play in the CCAA tournament

Womens soccer team shuts out San Francisco State

Chico State scored twice to beat San Francisco State, extending its winning streak to three games.

Men’s golf team climbs to fourth in final round

The Chico State men's golf team moved to fourth place in the final round of the Otter Invitational in Seaside.

Men’s club volleyball to restack with rookies

The Chico State men's club volleyball team has only four returning players from a year ago, when it was ranked 37th in the nation.

Ex-women’s soccer star works behind scenes for US Soccer

Former Wildcat Molly Downtain is working for the United States Soccer Federation and just came back from working with the U-20 team this past August.