The Orion

The African American Family Cultural Center in Oroville.

KOYO Media Project a ‘light in the community,’ fighting against broadcast inequity

Erin Holve and Shae Pastrana // May 11, 2021

In downtown Atlanta, there sits a small brick building that was the home to the first black-owned radio station – WERD – in the United States in the 1950s. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and other...

Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

Advertisements plague consumers

Jeff Guzman and Dongyoung Won // October 6, 2016

Whether it's scrolling through Facebook or watching the latest sporting event someone is constantly trying to sell something.In the last few years, advertisements are more out of control than ever before...

Illustration by Miles Huffman

Chico has bad taste in hip-hop

William Rein // May 8, 2015

For the last 10 years, I lived joyfully unexposed to mainstream radio garbage, guided to be blissfully ignorant by the hipster culture of my hometown. Yet before I came to Chico, I was far more...

Illustration by Miles Huffman

If it’s a good song, it should be 6 minutes

William Rein // April 17, 2015

A really good song isn’t afraid to go the extra mile and push at least six minutes. While the three minute radio model is fine for club bangers, it’s really tragic for an objectively good song....

Feminism ruins everything

Alyssa Dunning // November 30, 2014

I've always considered myself a feminist, but it wasn't until my women's history class at Chico State that I really understood what that meant.Feminism taught me to think critically and scrutinize everything...

KCSC Radio Metal DJ Q-and-A

Michael Quiring // April 17, 2014

Koray Saglam, a senior international economics major, is one of many radio disc jockeys that work for the student-run KCSC radio station. He, along with Sarah West, hosts a metal radio show every Wednesday...

Students find voice through campus sports radio

Lee Masten // March 1, 2014

Chico State's source for Internet-broadcasted, underground music shows is picking up the baseball bat and talking sports. Two Chico State students take to the KCSC studio each week to broadcast their ideas...

Mitch Cox, associate director of athletics. Photo courtesy of Chico State.

Announcer recalls calling ‘Cats games

Angelo Boscacci // February 26, 2014

May 17, 1939 marked the first time a baseball game was broadcast on TV. Princeton beat Columbia 2-1. People had two options for catching the game before television made its way into homes — buy...

Prepare to be seduced by The Graduate

Prepare to be seduced by The Graduate

David Kahn // February 13, 2014

Come witness the show American Theater Magazine calls “Original, exciting and highly theatrical.” L.A. Theater Works and Chico Performances present The Graduate, a live radio theater event...

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