Postponed fund delays projects

The Associated Students Sustainability Program and Fund is currently suspended after its sustainability coordinator resigned from his position earlier this month.

Governor signs new sexual assault bill

The state governor signed into legislation the Affirmative Consent Standard which defines if and when consent was given when investigating a sexual assault crime.

Technology fails in distance learning

Faculty are upset about issues going on with programs used to connect distance education students to classrooms. The Technology Learning Program is trying to solve the problems.

Chico State loan default rate up

The college's student loan default rate is third lowest among California State Universities. The Department of Education introduced new financial aid tools to help students pay back their loans.

Videos

Arts 

KCSC Radio back with fresh fall lineup

The Orion offers an exclusive look at six of the new shows the campus station is streaming online this semester

Readers, Digest: Hummus-crusted chicken

If you're looking for a hearty, complete dinner meal, cook up some rice, pop open the oven and bake chicken breasts with zucchini and yellow squash.

Student opens glass shop, hopes community members will ‘get hooked’

Chico Valley Gallery, which will have its grand opening and raffle Friday, features pipes, inverted paintings, pendants and other intricate glass work.

Comedy show to bring life lessons, laughs to stage

"Unhireable: An Evening of Stand-Up Comedy" will feature local comedic acts Friday at Blue Room Theatre.

Look out Bellow: country-soul band to form ‘quick camaraderie’ with audience

The Lone Bellow will bring a night of toe-tapping country soul at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Laxson Auditorium.

Opinion 

Students shouldn’t suffer for Blackboard’s faulty technology

The unsigned Orion editorial is the collaborative opinion of the editorial board.

NFL malcontents are nothing new

The league's misconduct isn't getting worse, America is just more aware.

Students aren’t aware of personal bubbles

It's difficult to stay aware of other people's spatial boundaries, but being oblivious is even worse.

Better to shut up than one-up.

When complaining becomes a competition, no one wins.

‘Pocket Points’ feeds brains, bellies

New app gives students an incentive for going to class and not using phones.

Sports 

‘Cats golf team takes first individually, second as team

Justin Wiles took first place at the Western New Mexico Fall Intercollegiate, while Chico State took second as a team

Rowing Club starts season with big freshmen turnout

The Chico State Rowing Club looks forward to its fifth season while hoping to become a school-sanctioned sport.

Wildcat of the Week: Lindsay Quigley

Chico State volleyball player Lindsay Quigley is this week's The Orion's Wildcat of the Week.

Men’s golf team in 2nd place after two rounds

The Chico State men's golf team opened its season on Monday at the Western New Mexico Invitational.

Wildcats alumni take their game worldwide

Two former Chico State basketball players have signed on to play for teams in Europe.