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The 2020 Presidential Primary Election saw Chico State’s first time as a voting center as the Bell Memorial Union opened on the second floor. Photo by Kimberly Morales.

University to work with Butte County Elections Office after Super Tuesday brought long lines to the BMU

Kimberly Morales and Donovan Corprue // March 13, 2020

After the last voter inside Chico State’s Bell Memorial Union voting center cast their ballot at 12:20 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the Butte County Elections Office began to investigate the leading causes...

A flame-shredded American flag hangs on a mostly burnt piece of wood on Wildwood Lane in Paradise. Photo Credit: Alex Grant

The Orion’s Camp Fire Newscast

Christian Solis // November 28, 2018

Nearly three weeks ago the Camp Fire flames ignited Paradise and several neighboring Butte County communities. The fire burned through 153,336 acres of Butte County. The thick, toxic smoke spread to cities...

Students creating debt boulders. The boulders will be added with others students boulders to form a physical mountain of debt.

CSU students to protest tuition increase at state capitol

Josh Cozine // March 29, 2018

Thousands of students are expected to travel to the state capitol on April 4 to protest tuition increases and address state legislators face-to-face. Coordinated by Students for Quality Education(SQE),...

Assembly bill 21 assists DACA recipients

Andrew Freeman // October 24, 2017

On Oct. 5 Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 21, which requires CSU locations to offer protection and support for DACA recipients, which includes any undocumented students, faculty and staff. Various...

Photo credit: Katia Berg

No support offered to the middle class

Rachel Reyes // April 11, 2017

Going to college is going to get even harder for students who receive minimal financial aid benefits with governor Jerry Brown's plan to cut out the Middle-Class Scholarship.The scholarship helps families...

Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

Minimum wage increase does more harm than good

Jeff Guzman // April 29, 2016
The new legislation from Gov. Jerry Brown to increase minimum wage may come from a place of good intention, but ultimately may not be the best option for low-wage workers.
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Let the Panama Papers be a reminder to pay attention

William Rein and Dongyoung Won // April 17, 2016
The largest whistleblow in journalism history just happened. The activities of the elite are there for anyone to see. What can we do now?
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.
Gov. Jerry Brown speaking at Chico State on the Prop 30 bill on Oct. 29, 2012. Photo courtesy of George Johnstons Instagram.

Gov. Brown to raise minimum wage

George Johnston // April 4, 2016
He is raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
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.
Governor Jerry Brown. Photo courtesy by Neon Tommy via Flickr.

Governor vetoes extra $100M for CSUs, UCs

Ernesto Rivera // September 30, 2014
The extra money would have been used for deferred maintenance across the CSU system. Chico State was slated to receive $2 million from the bill.
Governor Jerry Brown seeks fourth term

Governor Jerry Brown seeks fourth term

Enrique Raymundo // March 13, 2014
A professor chimes in on Gov. Jerry Brown's accomplishments and how a fourth term could affect education.
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