The Orion

Trump’s cabinet rejects ideas

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Susan Whaley

January 25, 2017

It isn't just Hillary supporters who reject Donald Trump's policies.Trump won the keys to the White House with bold claims of torture, immigration, climate change, terrorism and foreign politics. The "greater America" that Trump is aiming for might never come to fruition, as his own cabinet stands in his way.This is the best outcome for a Trump presidency; people around him, in powerful government positions who disagree with him.The most recent nominee to break ...

Terrorism: My opinion from being in Paris on Nov. 13, 2015

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Alex Horne

March 31, 2016

Terrorism: It’s a word that has been on the forefront of American conversation and political debate for the past 15 years. In the past year terrorism has rocked some of the world's major cities including Beirut, Paris, Istanbul, Nairobi, San Bernardino, Jakarta and most recently Brussels and Lahore. Hav...

Study Abroad office reacts to Belgium attacks

Jennifer Gruber, coordinator of the Chico State Study Abroad & International Exchange, hopes that recent attacks in Brussels don't deter students from studying abroad. Photo courtesy of Ad Meskens.

Eric Mcguire

March 27, 2016

The world is in mourning after the two horrific bombings in Brussels that, according to a recent New York Times article, killed approximately 30 people and left more than 230 wounded. The world looks different with the threat of violence looming unpredictably over daily life. “Our thoughts are w...

Paris attacks should open students’ minds

November 17, 2015

The attacks on Paris were horrendous, terrible acts of violence that are disturbing and chilling. The attacks were orchestrated by ISIS and completed by radicals. These horrors are happening every day all over the world. Only a month ago, Kenya was attacked and 147 people died. On Nov. 12— j...

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