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    25 years of Denim Day

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    Title IX: The state of sexual assault and harassment at Chico State

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    Chico State baseball walks it off to split series against Monterey Bay

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    Chico State gets all dolled up for Queer Prom

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The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

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Uncle Dad’s asks for fans’ input on next album tribute

Ashiah Scharaga // March 9, 2015
Students can help choose the album for the art collective's sixth tribute concert by filling out a brief survey online.
Community members attend GSECs annual LGBTQ+ conference at the Bell Memorial Union auditorium, which was decorated for the event. Photo credit: Stephanie Schmieding

GSEC hosts 7th annual LGBTQ+ conference

Stephanie Schmieding // December 12, 2014
Students, faculty and community members gathered in the Bell Memorial Union auditorium to celebrate, support and learn about LGBTQ+ issues.
Hellogoodbye put on a nonstop, energetic power pop show Thursday in the Bell Memorial Union auditorium. Photo credit: John Domogma

Q&A: Hellogoodbye on hot Chico moms, sex rock

Jake Hutchison // October 17, 2014
The pop musicians dished about harsh ocean currents, Blink-182 and being dumped on the highway.
The LoLos, who performed at the Wildcat Welcome Concert earlier this semester, will be one of more than 11 local acts performing at A.S. Productions Led Zeppelin IV concert Saturday, Sept. 13. Photo credit: Annie Paige

Led Zeppelin IV tribute concert to feature eccentric spin on classics

Michael Quiring // September 7, 2014
Eleven local acts will add their creative take to songs from the iconic rock group's untitled fourth album in a tribute concert Saturday Sept. 13, presented by A.S. Productions and Uncle Dad's Art Collective.
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