The Orion

Community advocacy can create city changes

Community advocacy can create city changes

March 8, 2016

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

Chico City Council needs to reevaluate “rape trail” solution

Chico City Council needs to reevaluate

March 1, 2016

The Orion editorial is a collaborative effort among the entire ed board.

Academic Senate votes ‘No Confidence’ in administration

Academic Senate votes 'No Confidence' in administration

December 15, 2015

The unsigned Orion editorial is a collaborative effort of the entire editorial board.

Wanted: Chico college couches

Wanted: Chico college couches

December 8, 2015

The unsigned Orion editorial is a collaborative effort of the entire editorial board.

Paris attacks should open students’ minds

November 17, 2015

The attacks on Paris were horrendous, terrible acts of violence that are disturbing and chilling. The attacks were orchestrated by ISIS and completed by radicals. These horrors are happening every day all over the world. Only a month ago, Kenya was attacked and 147 people died. On Nov. 12— j...

Eduroam: a tale of weary students and sub-par tech support

September 22, 2015

Never did the days of door-to-door Encyclopedia salesmen and signing up for a library card seem more efficient than campus-wide wireless Internet when it came to student success. But alas, here we are. Since the launch of Eduroam last semester, students have been lined up outside of IT Support Ser...

Students deserve respect from rental agencies

September 15, 2015

The time is approaching for Chico State students to begin looking for new housing. With that comes handing a blank check to the rental agencies of Chico. Whether it is moving into a house with a big ole’ porch for a couch or a ground floor apartment on Ivy Street, one thing is for sure, students will...

Saladmander incident calls for dining hall change

Whitney Urmann

September 7, 2015

  Sucky Sutter strikes again with the salamander scandal and no measures seem to have been taken to improve the dining hall. Though the incident is laughable, it brings the major question to the front line: How many incidents and student complaints need to occur before the Housing and Food...

Community members upset by Mormon guest appearance

Whitney Urmann

August 26, 2015

One community organization, Mormons Building Bridges, maintained a booth at Chico Pride, spurring a few Pride attendees to express their frustration to Stonewall Alliance Center for allowing the group to table even though the Mormon church hasn't been welcoming to the LGBTQ+ community. It's disappoi...

New GE standards will harm grad rate

May 12, 2015

The enigma of General Education has just turned into a seemingly impossible Sudoku puzzle. Currently, Chico State students are required to take 48 units of GE classes within 11 different areas and pass with a C- or better. Four-year students are now expected to receive a C rather than a C- in oral comm...

Wildcat statue plans ignore student voice

May 6, 2015

Despite primarily negative feedback, Associated Students is going ahead with its plans to build a wildcat statue. Back in October, The Orion first reported on A.S.’s plans to help fund and develop the statue.    The purpose of the statue is to create more school spirit, according to Taylor He...

Sexual violence no joking matter

April 29, 2015

Rape culture is alive and thriving. Last week was Take Back the Night week, which is dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assault.  Despite an unexpected lightning storm, the annual candlelit march still took place on Thursday night. The entire purpose of Take Back the Night is to show ...

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