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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

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With all these vaping-related deaths, some still believe in its safety

Jack Lewis // October 21, 2019

For years, big tobacco has used shady tactics to get Americans hooked on nicotine. In fact, smoking cigarettes is the number one cause of preventable death in the nation, responsible for over 480,000 deaths...

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Marijuana use banned on campus

Natalie Hanson // January 21, 2018

Chico State announced its continued prohibition of marijuana on campus Thursday. In an email to the campus community, Milton Lang, Vice President of Student Affairs, stated that marijuana remains prohibited...

Breathe Easy

Kendall George // August 22, 2017

It might be time to break out the nicotine gum, because effective September 1st, the entire Chico State campus, as well as all other CSU campuses, will be smoke and tobacco free.That means no cigarettes,...

Tobacco Ban has health benefits

Tobacco Ban has health benefits

August 21, 2017

Chico State has become a smoke and tobacco-free campus. The change happened on Aug. 17 so that the campus would comply with a system-wide executive order signed by Chancellor White in April. Some campus...

Smoking Ban at CSU Chico

Andrew Freeman // August 21, 2017

Last Thursday, the grounds of Chico State officially became smoke and tobacco-free. This means the use of cigarettes, e-cigarettes or chewing tobacco is prohibited on any school grounds.According to Trisha...

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Don’t pass the joint to pets

Sophia Robledo-Borowy // April 22, 2017

Smoking a few bowls can be relaxing after a long day, especially for those with legitimate medical reasons. However, with the convenience of obtaining a medical marijuana ID being easier than ever, it...

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A little marijuana goes a long way in bed

Rachel Reyes // April 19, 2017

When combining the prevalent sex culture of college with drug and alcohol use, it might be safe to assume there is a causal relationship between the students and the drugs. According to UCSB, the use...

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Prop 56 saves our lungs

Sophia Robledo-Borowy // January 22, 2017

Growing up inhaling cigarette smoke on a daily basis definitely wasn’t a highlight of my childhood.With the recent passing of Proposition 56, there is hope for future generations to no longer be...

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Smoking should be banned on campus

Carson Predovich and Dongyoung Won // September 18, 2016

When walking through the gorgeous Chico State campus, there are a few things to expect. You should be prepared to see a seemingly endless variety of trees, hear the birds chirping and the creek babbling....

Chico State students smoke outside of Whitney Hall. Photo credit: Amelia Storm

Gov. Jerry Brown may raise tobacco age to 21

Bridget Comito // April 28, 2016
California awaits new bill to be signed in order to raise the age of tobacco use from 18 to 21
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I’m not a real smoker

Julie Ramos // April 26, 2016
My reasoning on smoking hookah being different and better than smoking other things.
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California’s tobacco measure will have negative results

Sean Daly // March 29, 2016
A new measure awaiting Governor Jerry Brown's signature aims to raise the minimum age to purchase or use tobacco in California to 21. Politicians with good intentions want to pass this legislation with possibly negative outcomes.
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