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Editor’s picks: Our opinion editor’s songs to reflect on

Editor’s picks: Our opinion editor’s songs to reflect on

Rachael Bayuk

March 17, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Q&As

Everyone needs free time to think out their life. Chill to these tunes over spring break. 100 Bad Days - AJR. This song makes jokes out of your misfortune, but you’re actually laughing along. Listen to this song if you need a positive outlook to get through the day. Talk - Khalid. Let’s ...

Featured Artist: deM atlaS

Featured Artist: deM atlaS

Ricardo Tovar

March 13, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Multimedia, Q&As, Showcase

  Over the past year, Chico's Senator Theater has gathered notable entertainers from the likes of Insane Clown Posse, Poppy, Bhad Bhabie, and All Time Low have all come through Chico. Chico's notable rise in popularity for these big acts is astonishing and shows the appeal the college ...

Through the Late Night podcast: Jaden Smith provides clean water for Flint, Michigan

Through the Late Night podcast: Jaden Smith provides clean water for Flint, Michigan

Mitchell Kret, Angel Ortega, and Alex Coba

March 12, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Q&As

“Through the Late Night” is the Arts & Entertainment’s new music podcast for The Orion News. Led by section writers Mitchell Kret and Angel Ortega, every other week you’ll get to hear them tackle different topics and issues facing the music industry, as well as highly anticipated...

Editor’s Picks: Our sports editor’s top 10 songs

Editor’s Picks: Our sports editor’s top 10 songs

Ricardo Tovar

March 8, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Q&As

Music is a strange thing for me, I don't seek it out and don't stay updated as most people do. Occasionally, I hear something from a friend and I like the band/performer and look them up. So a lot of songs I listen to are pretty dated, but this playlist is still full of songs from all across my life...

Through the Late Night podcast: 21 Savage shocking ICE detainment

Through the Late Night podcast: 21 Savage shocking ICE detainment

Mitchell Kret, Angel Ortega, and Alex Coba

February 23, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Q&As

“Through The Late Night” is the Arts & Entertainment's new music podcast for The Orion News. Led by section writers Mitchell Kret and Angel Ortega, every other week you'll get to hear them tackle different topics and issues facing the music industry, as well as highly anticipated music re...

Featured Artist: Caloy shows off piano skills, distinct vocal talent

Featured Artist: Caloy shows off piano skills, distinct vocal talent

Alex Coba

February 19, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Q&As

For “Caloy” music has been a part of his life from a very young age. Learning how to play the piano at a young age, he began to get inspired by big acts like John Legend, Adele and Lady Gaga. Pop ballads were his go-to type of music. Caloy was drawn to the dramatic vibes that the artist Adele...

Chico nursing student shows his love for music

Chico nursing student shows his love for music

Grant Schmieding

September 26, 2018


Filed under A&E Featured Articles List, A&E Sliding Showcase, Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Community, Multimedia, Q&As

He takes the stage, guitar slung over his shoulder. The strap tugs on his shirt collar. “I’m gonna take my glasses off so I don’t have to look at y’all," he says. "Nothing against everyone—I just, you know, it makes me feel a little bit more at ease.” After a pause, Paraic King, a local...

Podcast: Modern sitcoms look to the past, from ‘Friends’ to ‘New Girl’

Podcast: Modern sitcoms look to the past, from ‘Friends’ to ‘New Girl’

Natalie Hanson

September 23, 2018


Filed under A&E Featured Articles List, Arts & Entertainment, Community, Multimedia, Q&As, Reviews

You know them, you love them or sometimes you hate them and we're talking about them. In this week's podcast, we tackle sitcoms in past and present entertainment, and how these types of shows have evolved. From "Roseanne," "Seinfeld" and "Friends," to "The Office," "Parks and Recreation" and "New Girl...

Alondra Enriquez incorporates different themes in her artwork

Alondra Enriquez incorporates different themes in her artwork

Hannah Yeager

May 2, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Q&As

Alondra Enriquez is a junior at Chico State and a diverse artist. She finds that there are two sides to understanding and relating to art and when creating her pieces, she tries to appeal to the vast majority of each group. Enriquez considers herself diverse because she doesn't stick to one theme or...

Artist of the week Tara Killoran loves the process of creating and hot dogs

Artist of the week Tara Killoran loves the process of creating and hot dogs

Mitchell Kret

April 17, 2018


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Tara Killoran is a sophomore graphic design major with a very non-traditional viewpoint. She creates art for the sake of creating something real rather than to appeal to expectations she considers pretentious. Killoran finds inspiration from social media and has a lifelong dream of being friends with ra...

Artist of the Week: Marie Fox

Artist of the Week: Marie Fox

Mitchell Kret

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Q&As

Marie Fox is a fourth-year fine arts and art education major who incorporates fabrics, stitching and especially family memories into the drawing skills she learned through her memory-rich childhood. The 25 year old plans to start her teaching credentials program after finishing her Bachelor of Fine Ar...

Student brings Costa Rican influenced sounds to Chico

Student brings Costa Rican influenced sounds to Chico

Mitchell Kret

March 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Q&As

Alexis Green is a music student at Chico State. Green picked up playing the keyboard while she was in Costa Rica and has brought her sound inspirations pack to the states. Once other people started noticing her unique talents she began to produce more music for public audiences. Who are you? Who am I? I’m not ...

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