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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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Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State students protest the proposed tuition increase in front of Kendall Hall on Feb. 1. Photo credit: Carlos Islas

Students and university face tuition increase and budget problems

Molly Sullivan // March 22, 2017

Student wallets will be $270 lighter next year. The CSU Board of Trustees voted to approve a 5 percent tuition increase for 23 campuses at its March 22 meeting in Long Beach, Calif. Despite opposition...

President Gayle Hutchinson speaks with Betsy Boyd at a university budget committee meeting in 2016.

President Hutchinson’s listening tour comes to an end

Molly Sullivan // December 15, 2016

President Gayle Hutchinson concluded her 100-day listening tour on Dec. 2, and is now incorporating the feedback into her plan for the next academic year. At the start of her presidency, Hutchinson...

Provost finalists visit Chico State

Molly Sullivan // December 13, 2016

The three finalists for the position of provost and vice president of academic affairs will visit Chico State this week.The finalists are Carlos C. Ayala from Sonoma State, Debra S. Larson from Cal Poly...

Police investigating the scene today Photo credit: Kaley Wise

Crime rates rise over winter break

Molly Sullivan // December 13, 2016

Student residences and apartments are at increased risk for burglary and property crime during winter break, according to University Police Chief John Feeney. The Chico Police Department’s 2015 annual...

Vu Nguyen, Associated Students Executive Vice President Photo credit: Molly Sullivan

Associated Student officers talk diversity, safety with Pres. Hutchinson

Molly Sullivan // September 14, 2016

As a part of her 100-day listening tour, President Gayle Hutchinson met with Associated Students officers today to address diversity and safety on campus. With the data collected from the diversity...

Nicole Marlin and her dog, Rider, were on campus April 5 to raise awareness of the Stockdog Associations fundraiser. Photo credit: Molly Sullivan

Stockdog Association showcases dogs on campus

Molly Sullivan // May 9, 2016
The Chico Stockdog Association brings out their dogs for Chico State students.
Volunteers count votes at the Clinton caucus.  Photo credit: Molly Sullivan

Chico Democrats turn out for Clinton caucus

Molly Sullivan // May 6, 2016
Democrats from the First Congressional District elected delegates for the Democratic National Convention on Sunday.
The Afro-caribbean dance class came out and performed for an audience. Photo credit: Ryan Corrall

A.S. hosts International Festival

Molly Sullivan // April 30, 2016
Associated Students' International Festival will be in Trinity Commons on Saturday, April 30.
The diversity survey is open until May 1 and wants to capture students perspectives on diversity. Photo courtesy of Chico State

A.S. seeks student input on campus diversity

Molly Sullivan // April 28, 2016
A.S. created a campus climate survey on diversity to better understand the experiences of students on campus.
Chicos Hillel club is currently preparing for a trip to Israel. Photo credit: Ryan Corrall

Chico Hillel heads to Israel

Molly Sullivan // April 25, 2016
Students in Chico's Jewish student union prepares for a trip to Israel
Deanna Jarquin, current A.S. president, reflects on her time in the position. Photo credit: Ryan Corrall

A.S. president, Deanna Jarquin, bids farewell

Molly Sullivan // April 14, 2016
Current A.S. president, Deanna Jarquin reflects on her time as president and the future.
The Sound Grenade is a handheld safety device. Photo credit: Ryan Corrall

Sound Grenade a non-violent device for personal safety

Molly Sullivan // April 10, 2016
A new personal alarm device offers a non-violent alternative for self-defense.
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