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Hallway inside Kendall Hall leading to the door of the Title IX office. Taken by Jessica Miller on April 4

President Perez addresses Title IX, Cozen O’Conner Chico State report

Jessica Miller, Food Editor // May 7, 2024

President Steve Perez sent an email to students and faculty Monday morning about Title IX and discrimination, harassment and retaliation programs in response to the Cozen O’Connor Chico State report. The...

Doorway leading into Kendall Hall where the Title IX office resides on the second floor. Taken by Jessica Miller on April 4.

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

Jessica Miller, Food Editor // April 23, 2024

Chico State is satisfied with the reporting system for sexual assault despite reports continually showing that it is being under reported and investigated.  A 2023 systemwide report found that the...

Photo of former Chico State professor Christopher Marks.

Former Chico State professor in court for sexual misconduct allegations among others

A Chico State math professor who was fired in 2022 for Title IX violations is being accused in Butte County Superior Court’s civil division of numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against...

Two alleged sexual offenses on campus result in no arrests

Two alleged sexual offenses on campus result in no arrests

Melvin Bui, Managing Editor // November 18, 2022

Two alleged sexual offenses occurred on Chico State’s campus this semester but neither led to arrests, so the cases were referred to the Title IX office, according to Public Relations Manager Andrew...

Chico State investigation: music lecturer violated CSU sexual misconduct policy

Chico State investigation: music lecturer violated CSU sexual misconduct policy

Ava Norgrove, Mario Ortiz Jr, and Melvin Bui // April 12, 2022

Chico State investigators concluded on April 11 that music lecturer Tobin Roye violated a California State University executive order regarding sexual misconduct, according to a “notice of investigation...

Chico State womens basketball coach Brian Fogel talks to his team during a basketball game in Chico.

Chico women’s basketball reacts to men’s vs. women’s NCAA facilities

Connor McPherson, Reporter // April 9, 2021

The 2021 March Madness basketball tournament became mired in controversy after Stanford women’s basketball coach Ali Kershner leaked photos highlighting the major disparity in facilities provided to...

Title IX increases Safe Place funding

Emily Neria, Staff Writer // April 9, 2020

A Chico Speaks Survey Report which shows that campus-related sexual assault is still prevalent has inspired Title IX coordinators to implement several changes.  At the heart of these changes is...

Title IX Coordinator Dylan Saake fills us in on what the Interim Hearing Requirement for sexual misconduct investigations looks like in practice. Photo credit: Madison Holmes

Title IX Coordinator Reflects on Interim Hearing Requirement One Year Later

Emily Neria, Staff Writer // April 9, 2020

On March 29, 2019, an interim CSU policy went into effect at Chico State requiring all sexual assault investigations to hold a hearing for cross examination of both the victim and the respondent. The...

A ruling, coming out of a case from USC, gives more rights to people who are accused of sexual misconduct. Photo credit: Melissa Joseph

Title IX changes give more rights to people accused of ‘sexual misconduct’

Kendall George // April 9, 2019

Two Chico State students recall their experiences with false rape accusations Chico State and many other schools across California are revising their sexual assault protocol after a state appellate...

Sonia Aery speaks about the role of allies in transgender movement. Photo credit: Justin Jackson

Chico community protest for transgender rights

Justin Jackson // October 30, 2018

Supporters of the transgender community gathered Sunday and rallied in the Downtown Plaza to protest potential policies against the trans community. The Trans Empowerment Project of Northern California,...

Title IX Coordinator Dylan Saake doesnt believe Not Anymore will solve the issue of sexual violence, but he does think it can be a useful resource for many students. Photo credit: Maria Ramirez

Not Anymore deemed helpful yet repetitive

Kelsi Sibert // March 14, 2018

Each year, students at Chico State are required to participate in an online or in-person "inner personal violence awareness and prevention program."Not Anymore is designed to make sure that all students...

Photo courtesy of Alix Davis

The three pillars of support for sexual assault victims

Alex Grant // November 28, 2017

This school year University Police have received six reports of rape on campus. This figure comes from UPD’s daily crime log which is composed of initial crime reports. These reports are released...

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