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Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Why should I cancel the governor?

Ian Hilton, Reporter // May 10, 2021

This fall, we will be asked to decide whether or not to retain Gavin Newsom as our governor. As Republicans across the country decry the unfairness of cancel culture, they demand the cancelling of voting...

What you need to know about the Newsom recall

Matthew Wreden and Ian Hilton // April 3, 2021

Over the past year, California Gov. Gavin Newsom has been caught up in a recall effort to get him out of Sacramento. The initiative is being led by the Republican National Committee, the California Republican...

Board on Consultants release public information on Oroville Dam incident. Photo credit: Sean Martens

Department of Water Resources block public reports on Oroville Dam

Jacqueline Morales // April 25, 2017

Requests of public information on the Oroville Dam incident have been released.Assemblyman James Gallagher and Senator Jim Nielsen, publicly announced their attempts to increase transparency in regards...

The California minimum wage will have increased nearly $12 from 1979 to 2022. Photo credit: Michelle Zhu

Chico community reacts to minimum wage increase

Michelle Zhu // April 15, 2016
An increase in pay affects more than just the earners.
Yes Means Yes is full of holes

‘Yes Means Yes’ is full of holes

Veronica De La Cruz // October 3, 2014
Governor Brown's new bill questions the definition of consensual sex.
Chico State President Paul Zingg.
Photo courtesy of Chico State.

CSU funding to focus on performance

Nicholas Carr // February 24, 2014
Future funding for the California State University system will be based on academic performance instead of enrollment.
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