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    Title IX: The state of sexual assault and harassment at Chico State

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The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

Chico State's independent student newspaper

The Orion

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President Hutchinson speaks on current security measures

Molly Myers and Noah Herbst // February 14, 2023

Chico State President Gayle E. Hutchinson sat down with The Orion to provide updates on safety concerns within the campus community. In particular, she focused on allegations that Chico State biology...

Off-campus dorms’ poor security causes concern

Angelina Mendez // October 27, 2019

Several students have reported attempted break-ins, lower safety precautions, and thefts at Chico State's University Village.UV is a university–owned, gated, suite-style community near campus. Since...

UV Shuttle arriving at the Whitney Hall stop to pick up students to take back to UV. Photo credit: Angelina Mendez

University introduces new student housing bus safety rules

Angelina Mendez // September 4, 2019

Chico State introduced a new bus schedule to the incoming Wildcats staying at University Housing for the 2019-2020 school year.University Housing has provided this shuttle service through University Village...

University police in process of improving security on campus

University police in process of improving security on campus

Tisha Cheney // February 28, 2018

Chief John Reid informed the campus community of upcoming improvements to security on Tuesday.Due to concerns of safety, there will be enhanced security reviews at the Physical Science building, Student...

A new paint job, as well as windows and other interior improvements have been made to the Performing Arts Center Photo credit: Katia Berg

Campus improvements made over summer

Katia Berg // August 21, 2016

Summer for Chico State campus was a time of renovating, constructing and generally making subtle improvements. “I didn’t even know about these projects,” Nicole Nacsa said, a fourth year...

Photo credit: Madison Holmes

FBI vs. Apple: Privacy concerns without concern

Sean Daly // April 27, 2016
Multiple lawsuits dropped by the FBI against Apple have followed their discovery of how to hack into information stored on iPhone devices. This conflict rages between two groups who say they want what's best for citizens, but really don't.
Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

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?
City Council voted unanimously to install cameras on the bike path but there is very little funding available. Photo credit: George Johnston

Long road to safety on bike path

Eric Mcguire // February 29, 2016
In an effort to curb crime, Chico City Council unanimously voted to install security cameras along the campus bike path. Some hurdles still remain.

Cyber attacks disable campus communication

Nicholas Carr // November 13, 2013
Attacks originating in Britain and the Netherlands hijacked university email accounts last month.
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