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  • 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

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    The Rawbar reinvented: classy and oceanic

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

  • Jan. 26, 2005 printed issue of The Orion with the headline “Drinking nearly cost pledge’s life.” The article discusses investigations of Chico State’s Sigma Chi fraternity after a pledge nearly died from alcohol consumption. Accessed through The Orion Archives on April 13.

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    Chico State’s hazing history: pledge deaths, alcohol poisoning and more

  • “Flaming Wedgee,” controlled by Heather Vo, melting “Drone,” a lightweight flying robot, in an early fight. Taken by Nathan Chiochios on April 13.

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    ‘Flamethrowers allowed’ at Chico State’s first Robotronica

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Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Photo credit: Jordan Rodrigues

Y-Generation will change the world

William Rein // March 12, 2016
Following millennials footsteps, the incoming generation is eccentric and way underappreciated
Photo credit: David Molina

Our viewpoints are not our own

William Rein // February 13, 2016
The most controversial topics are intellectually banal and the important decisions are ones we've accepted unquestioningly.
Illustration by Katherine Kurz Photo credit: Katherine Kurz

Millennial understanding of technology should be celebrated, not slammed

Elizabeth Ernster // October 4, 2015
Older generations are failing to recognize the accomplishments of millennials who have grown up battling with technology.
Christine Cotterill, first-year nutrition and food science major, and Maddy Walsh, first-year communication design major, talk in person and on their phones. Photo credit: Alicia Brogden

Can you hear me now: the distraction of cell phones

Eve Dixon // September 24, 2015
There's a time and place for cell phones, but it may not be in conversations.
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