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A tale of two cheeses

Nov 21, 2014

What started as an attempt to become the world’s first edible plate resulted in a glorious masterpiece of a creation that took the United States by storm as a staple of American culture.



What happened to basing a relationship on trust?

Nov 20, 2014

The nine-time grammy award-winning artist Mary J. Blige has revealed an essential rule about friendships outside of her marriage when she was interviewed by Stella magazine: “All females for me, all guys for him.” Ouch.



Graffiti statement warns of shooting to take place at dark, deemed as hoax

Nov 18, 2014

The Emergency Notification System (ENS) informed Sacramento State that a written graffiti threat warning of a shooting to take place on campus was found, the second threat since Nov. 4.

Disney lacks diversity to provide role models for all

Nov 18, 2014

Keston Ott-Dahl is a mother in Antioch, and she has been petitioning for Disney to feature a disabled person as a main character in a future animated film. Her 15-month-old daughter has Down syndrome, and she hopes to see Disney create a role...

Time management, money and the problems students face

Nov 13, 2014

Monday – Thursday



17 student-athletes sign National Letter of Intent to attend Sacramento State

Nov 13, 2014

Sacramento State’s athletics program had 17 athletes sign their National Letter of Intent on Nov. 12-13 to join the university for the upcoming 2015-16 academic year.



Cyclist struck by car at intersection, left unconscious

Nov 12, 2014

A male bicyclist was struck by a car at Sacramento State around 5 p.m.

College males need support too

Nov 5, 2014

To get straight to the point, male empowerment is an absolute necessity that does not receive the right attention.

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.

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