The Orion

Safety program benefits students with bicycle citations

People who do not follow bike safety rules on campus may be cited by UPD. Graphic by Elizabeth Castillo

Yoselin Calderon

April 12, 2016

In California, bicycles do not fall into the definition of a vehicle, but cyclists are required to follow the same transportation laws. The same rules apply when students ride their bikes or skateboards on campus.Sergeant Bryce Davison alongside one of his coworkers created the diversion program for stude...

Reporter helps students negotiate large purchases

The next Adulting 101 workshop will be held on April 14. Illustration by Madison Holmes.

Yoselin Calderon

April 2, 2016

In the sixth installment of Adulting 101, the Career Center, Student Life and Leadership, and the Chico State Alumni Association brought alumnus and consumer reporter Michael Finney, who currently works for ABC7 News. The event happened on March 29.Finney discussed ways to negotiate purchases ranging from bike...

Students vote on class of 2016 T-shirts

Students could choose from three different designs for the class of 2016 T-shirts sold at Senior Send-Off and commencement. Photo credit: Yoselin Calderon

Yoselin Calderon

March 28, 2016

At Grad Fest this year, seniors were given three choices to vote on for the class of 2016 T-shirt design. Choice B won by a landslide. The Alumni Association teamed up with the creative media and technology department to come up with a design. Each year a student from the CMT department designs the...

Workshop helps students learn to be adults

Graphic by Elizabeth Castillo and Yoselin Calderon

Yoselin Calderon

February 18, 2016

Chico State’s Alumni Association, Career Center, and Student Life and Leadership are teaming up to host its first ever Adulting 101 workshops in BMU 220 from Feb. 18 to April 21. These workshops vary from learning basic finances, understanding your personal style, negotiating large life purchases...

Boxed Water available on campus

Boxed Water’s containers are made of sustainable material, according to Jake Jacobs. Photo credit: Grant Casey

January 31, 2016

Associated Students decided to sell Boxed Water on campus due to its environmental benefits. “A.S. wanted to start selling water that has sustainable packaging, gives back to causes that we feel are important and has a lower carbon footprint than traditional bottled water,” said Jake Jacobs, A.S...

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