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Opinion Conversationals: Eating Disorders

Gage Northcutt

February 19, 2019


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The Orion opinion writer, Gage Northcutt, discusses his history with and feelings about eating disorders.   Gage Northcutt can be reached at [email protected] and on Twitter @GageNorthcutt

Christian Solis

January 16, 2019


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Camp Fire relief needs your help, but let’s volunteer and donate effectively

Camp Fire relief needs your help, but let’s volunteer and donate effectively

Rayanne Painter

December 4, 2018


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It’s difficult to watch your community struggle through a devastation as impactful and detrimental as the Camp Fire. If you were able to return to your intact house, town, schools and jobs, it’s even more difficult to come back to Butte County and try and continue to live the life you we...

Gratitude should be practiced year-round

Gratitude should be practiced year-round

Rayanne Painter

November 28, 2018


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Thanksgiving may have come and gone, along with all the leftovers of mashed potatoes and apple pies but that doesn’t give us a free pass to stop being thankful.In this world, we are owed nothing. No matter how put together we are or how much stability we have, all of our lives are subject to change...

Burglaries and thefts top the blotter

Burglaries and thefts top the blotter

Justin Jackson

October 17, 2018


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Chico Police:Call Type: Suspicious CircumstancesSunday, 6:32 p.m., 800 Coit Tower WayNeighbors of from 842 Coit Tower Way have been flying a drone over Reporting Party's backyard while their 17-year-old daughter and friends are outside. This has happened multiple times.Call Type: Suspicious CircumstancesSu...

Wildcat on the Street: using sensitive language

Wildcat on the Street: using sensitive language

Rayanne Painter

October 11, 2018


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This week, reporter Rayanne Painter went around campus to ask wildcats if students should be aware of the use of their language and how it can effect people. Rayanne Painter can be reached at [email protected] or @rayphenomenon on Twitter....

Letter to: those asking for a letter of recommendation

Rachael Bayuk

September 3, 2018


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To whom this may concern to,Asking someone for a letter of recommendation can often feel like asking a superior if they think highly of you, or if they like you at all. We are asking someone to speak highly of us. We want them to tell someone the best parts of us, our great attendance and the attention...

The morning-after pill probably won’t kill you

The morning-after pill probably won’t kill you

Nicole Henson

May 6, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Mobile Headlines, Opinion, Uncategorized

What happens inside the body when taking Plan B, an alternative contraceptive to birth control, sounds a lot riskier than it actually is. Plan B, with its painfully un-ironic brand name, is a pill that can be consumed up to 72 hours after having unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. It’s known to many...

Letter to the editor: Angry and concerned graduate student

Letter to the editor: Angry and concerned graduate student

May 4, 2018


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To the Editor: I was furious when I opened my student email at 12:19 p.m. Thursday and read the email sent out to students, faculty, and staff members referred to as the “Decision on Proposed Campus Fee Adjustments.” I feel it should have been titled, “Students it is Time to Sell Your Soul,...

President Hutchinson announces voting results on proposed fee increases

President Hutchinson announces voting results on proposed fee increases

Alex Grant

April 26, 2018


Filed under Administration, Breaking News, Campus, Community, Mobile Headlines, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Advisory voting results on the three proposed fee increases was released by President Gayle Hutchinson around 9 p.m. Thursday. All three; the Student Learning Fee, the Health Services Fee and the Athletics Fee, were opposed by the majority of voting students. Hutchinson sent out an email that thanked students for participating in the forum and vot...

Competitive attitudes in video games leak into society

Competitive attitudes in video games leak into society

Grant Schmieding

March 29, 2018


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Gun-violence, theft, mugging, organized crime, sexual assault, fighting. Our society has all of these things, but video games are not the reason why. As discussed in a 2018 Forbes article, throughout history people have committed atrocious acts of violence all over the world, before video games even existed. People i...

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