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AIRC opens door to monitored after hour entry

Oct 30, 2014

Students who use the Academic Information Resource Center can expect to keep their OneCard handy with finals approaching as entry to the 24-hour building will be controlled to not let just anybody in.

Sac State football loses Homecoming game to Cal Poly

Oct 19, 2014

Hornet Stadium held a crowd of 10,934, the largest of the year, Saturday for the Homecoming game against the Cal Poly Mustangs.

Sex offender arrested, campus safety question

Oct 15, 2014

Just days after universities and colleges across the U.S. released the annual Clery Reports listing all criminal activities on campus, a man exposed himself at the University Union then jumped from the third floor, breaking his leg while atte...

Columbus Day should not be a holiday

Oct 13, 2014

More than 500 years after the “discovery" of the Americas, Christopher Columbus continues to be celebrated in the U.S. every year, however, there is absolutely nothing worthwhile in celebrating a genocidal colonizer.



Registered sex offender caught by police

Oct 10, 2014

A male caught exposing himself by the elevators on the third floor of the University Union at Sacramento State was arrested by campus police at 2:15 p.m.

Professor emeritus passes away after long fight with cancer

Oct 2, 2014

Professor emeritus of communication studies, Tom Knutson, passed away Wednesday night at the age of 71 of pancreatic cancer.

College Democrats engage Kevin Johnson on Measure L

Oct 1, 2014

Sac State College Democrats proved being on the same political party does not mean agreeing on every single topic of interest.

Internet users at risk

Oct 1, 2014

On Wednesday, Sept. 24 Congresswoman Doris Matsui, along with commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission, met at the Capitol with five California witnesses to discuss their views on the propo...

A thirst quenched, a penny saved

Sep 30, 2014

The hydration stations on campus that refill containers for free have saved about 300,000 water bottles since additional locations were installed last year.

Kevin Johnson wants more say in role as city mayor

Sep 30, 2014

The American Riverfront Center was filled with more than 100 people looking to hear Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson speak about Measure L last night.

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