The Orion

The O Face: College relationships are bound to fail

Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

Mina Marjanovic

October 21, 2016

It was not until I had moved in with my college boyfriend that I realized I wanted out. Not just out of the house, but out of the relationship. This experience made me realize that most college relationships are doomed. Being a college student is stressful enough. Students attend classes, participate...

Queer Week 2016 impacts students and community

First-year biology major, Sophia Balme (right) and first-year business administration major, Tyler Wallace (left), take advantage of the Pride themed interactive photo booth. Photo credit: Jae Siqueiros

Jae Siqueiros

October 20, 2016

With Queer Week 2016 coming to a finish, we reflect on the impact that this week has had on Chico State and within the community. The Associated Students Gender and Sexuality Equity Center, Multicultural Greek Council, Chico State Pride, Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Chico State Housing have ...

Guide to having a successful semester

Photo credit: Bobbie Rae Jones

January 29, 2016

Welcome back to reality. After one long, relaxing month off from school, it’s back to Chico we go. Back to roommates, back to $1 nights and back to classes. With seven semesters down, I think I have finally found a cheat sheet for both a successful and fun college semester. Keep in mind that my...

Women’s basketball: Changing the game in 2015

(Left) Brooke Bowen, senior guard and forward,  and (right) Kayla Taylor, transfer forward and center. Photo credit: Ryan Pressey

Carlos Islas

September 22, 2015

The NCAA has decided to make big changes to the rules for the 2015 women’s basketball season. These changes will make the game more entertaining for fans. Some of the changes were proposed by the NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee. The biggest changes in rules for the 2015 womenR...

Burglar only takes beer

Kindra Robinson

September 12, 2015

Chico Police DepartmentCall Type: Subject 4:22 a.m., West Fourth StreetA man walked into Hotel Diamond downtown and claimed that his parents owned the business before slamming the door and walking off toward the parking garage.Call Type: Residential Burglary 4:26 p.m., Hazel StreetSomeone kicked open ...

Cutting ties to stay on track

Julianna Eveland

Julianna Eveland

March 13, 2014

Friends are an important part of college, but hanging around the wrong people can be detrimental to success at Chico State.   One of the reasons I chose Chico was because it's near to my hometown where my old “best friend for life” lived.   Born on the same day in the same city, w...

Committing to contribute to diversity on campus

Julianna Eveland

Julianna Eveland

February 28, 2014

Cultural diversity is a beautiful thing. It’s something I see on campus every day at Chico State. It’s also something that can be easily overlooked. I know a few people who think that Chico is filled with a bunch of white people. From a bird's-eye view, it very well might look like that. ...

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