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  • Customers enjoying all-you-can eat rolls as servers work in Sake restaurant. Taken by Jessica Miller on April 18.

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    All-you-can-eat sushi: Sake restaurant is now open

  • The student Health Center is located on the intersection of Ivy and Legion. Photo by Jason Halley. Taken May 1, 2023.

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    Chico State warns of potential tuberculosis case on campus

  • Holocaust Survivor Joseph Alexander meets local Rabbi Lisa Rappaport. Photo taken April 14 by Molly Myers.

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    101-year-old Holocaust survivor visits Chico

  • New lounge bar servicing exclusive menu and new cocktails in Rawbar’s remodeled extension. Taken by Alina Babajko on April 14.

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    The Rawbar reinvented: classy and oceanic

  • Chico State students bury the 2023 time capsule in front of Kendall Hall. Courtesy: Andrew Staples

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    Chico State’s annual Time Capsule Ceremony to take place on April 23

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The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

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Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Tommy, a 3 year old Golden Retriever, interacts with students at The Well. Taken by Toby Neal on Feb. 28.

Bell Memorial Union is going to the dogs

Toby Neal, Reporter // March 2, 2024

Students looking for a break from their studies were able to get some quality time with new furry friends Wednesday afternoon. Every other Wednesday, The Well, downstairs in the Bell Memorial Union, hosts...

Surviving the holidays with disordered eating

Surviving the holidays with disordered eating

Maricarmen Becerra-Gonzalez, Reporter // November 17, 2023

I was only 13 years old the first time I starved myself. It was the height of the holiday season, and that year for Christmas I was going to ask Santa for an eating disorder. It was 2014 and the social...

scrabble pieces spelling anxiety

You’re just not getting it: A reflection on anxiety

Ellie Marty, Copy Editor // March 30, 2023

Feeling anxious often gets looped in with having diagnosed anxiety, a big portion of where I believe anxiety’s misconception thrives. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health concern in...

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The Scale in the corner

Meara Hain, Reporter // March 28, 2023

I wait alone in a room, staring at a desk with a computer, post-it notes and stress balls. There’s a wooden shelf of leaflets on safe sex, sexually transmitted diseases and hotlines next to it. The...

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

Mental health and messy spaces

Daisy Beltran, Reporter // February 27, 2023

Take a moment and reflect on your own personal space. Is the bedside table cluttered with random objects? Are your dishes clean? Is your bed made? Do you ever get stressed about your mess?  Making...

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Performance at any cost

Hunter Casperson, Reporter // November 12, 2022

It hadn’t even been an hour since the game, and I was already in the bathroom, ripping a pair of serrated scissors across my skin. I had just left the field with my teammates, smiling and dancing...

Politics, legislation, and bills oh my!

Politics, legislation, and bills oh my!

Ariana Powell, Reporter // October 13, 2022

Our country is in a politically polarized situation at the moment. From Trump’s attempts to reinsert himself into the Oval Office, to investigations revealing that he retained classified documents and...

On Feb. 5, 2022 the Oklahoma City Thunder played the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento at the Golden 1 Center. The Kings defeated the Thunder 113-103.

Fans need to treat professional athletes like normal people

Alejandro Mejia Mejia, Reporter // May 4, 2022

Over the weekend, I scrolled through Twitter while the Cleveland Guardians and the New York Yankees played at Yankee Stadium. I saw Yankees fans start throwing trash after the walk-off win, this upset...

Despite identity politics, Floridas LGBTQ community will not remain in the dark.

Florida’s ban on language will not erase identities

Shae Pastrana, Contributor // April 11, 2022

Known to many as a land of golden opportunities, California has certainly lent me a welcoming hand of support. My cousin moved to San Francisco for similar reasons. We just feel more accepted here than...

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Social media algorithm designed to be toxic

Carrington Power, Reporter // February 17, 2022

Social media portrays a false sense of reality that detriments the mental health of heavy users. It has a record-breaking influence on the world, and is glamorized by users and influencers but has negative...

Students sitting in a circle on the lawn.

Forest Therapy Tuesdays offers unique approach to de-stress between classes

Gabriela Rudolph, Reporter // February 5, 2022

Chico State Enterprise’s Ecotherapy Program held their first Forest Therapy session on Feb. 1, where students took an hour to de-stress in nature. This program takes place on the first and third Tuesday...

California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro in Colusa Hall on Nov. 2.

CSU Chancellor Castro: no to tuition increases, yes to salary negotiations and mental health resources

Kimberly Morales, Reporter // November 3, 2021

California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro joined President Gayle Hutchinson on Tuesday afternoon to host an open forum for the Chico State community. He was welcomed by students, faculty and...

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