The Orion

Featured Artist: Karlie Heynneman enlightens Chico’s yoga scene

Karlie Heynneman led students into multiple poses throughout the event. Photo credit: Melissa Herrera

Emily Neria

September 23, 2019

A Wildcat Recreational Center instructor led Chico State students through yoga exercises at a glowing yoga (Gloga) event in the BMU Auditorium on Tuesday night. Gloga took place in a dark room with blacklights where participants were encouraged to decorate themselves with glow-in-the-dark body paint an...

Photo of the day

Students in the Bell Memorial Union auditorium gather together to donate for a blood drive on Tuesday. Photo credit: Dominique Wood

Dominique Wood

September 4, 2018

Students in the Bell Memorial Union auditorium gather together to donate for a blood drive on Tuesday.

A.S. estimated budget surpasses $20 million

While A.S. can earn over $20 million per year, the net income isn't that high due to several expenses.

Alex Grant

April 11, 2018

Chico State's student government controls several on-campus businesses such as the Wildcat Recreation Center, the Wildcat Store and Sutter Dining Services. A.S.'s current estimated income this year is about $20,808,629 while its estimated expenses are $20,467,584. This means that Associated Students...

Hiring fair held on campus for future teachers

The Bell Memorial Union, where the hiring fair will be located. Photo credit Chico State

Hannah Suzuki

April 16, 2015

The Chico State Career Center is hosting a teacher hiring fair for students aspiring to teach K-12 education after college. The fair is an opportunity for students to talk with hiring officials, learn more about a pursuing a career in teaching and start networking early. The hiring fair will be located in the Bell Memorial Union auditorium on Saturday, April 18th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There ar...

STOP to host 4th annual human trafficking conference

Carissa Phelps speaks to an audience at a 2014 STOP event. Phelps will be speaking and offering a free training on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Courtney Hudson

Dylan Dewit

February 28, 2015

STOP, a Chico State organization committed to informing the community about human trafficking, will kick off its 4th Annual Human Trafficking Awareness Week conference Monday. STOP President Courtney Hudson, a junior sociology major, has orchestrated the week-long event before. The conference will ...

GSEC hosts 7th annual LGBTQ+ conference

Community members attend GSEC's annual LGBTQ+ conference at the Bell Memorial Union auditorium, which was decorated for the event. Photo credit: Stephanie Schmieding

Stephanie Schmieding

December 12, 2014

At first glance LGBTQ+ looks as if it’s only an acronym. However, the Gender & Sexuality Equity Center aimed to humanize the multidimensional elements of its identity with its seventh annual conference, which had as its theme “We Are More Than Just an Acronym.” Eliza Dyer, LGBTQ+ progr...

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