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The California Aggie
Students invited to think big at art museum open forum

Three open forums were held to gather ideas and opinions from students and community and faculty members for the building of the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, which is estimated to open in 2016. This Thursday, an open forum for students was held in Nelson Hall, which is the current...

The California Aggie
Expert panel discusses civil liberties

Students and guests gathered at Giedt Hall for an event organized by the student libertarian organization Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), Oct. 16. There, three prominent political pundits spoke about the issues of civil liberties facing the United States. Though the event’s press release labeled it a debate — “Liberal, Conservative, and Libertarian Experts...

The California Aggie
Program offers students a chance to work and travel abroad

Camp Adventure Child and Youth Services presents students the opportunity to go travel to various parts of the world, while getting free airfare, housing and a daily stipend. Selected camp counselors get the chance to explore life on a military base, while becoming exposed to new cultures and environments. Camp Adventure, with its slogan...

FOX40
Video: Novato woman finds piece of meteorite in her yard

Oct 21, 2012
Video: Novato woman finds piece of meteorite in her yard

NOVATO–

A woman found a piece of a meteorite and she didn’t have to go very far – it landed in her backyard in Novato.

“It sounded like a heavy pine cone bouncing around on the roof. But there’s no …


HealthyCal.org
California voters declaring their independence

Oct 21, 2012

It’s conventional wisdom in political circles that California, like the rest of the country, has become more polarized in recent years. Just watch any election campaign or session of the Legislature and it seems clear that we are a hopelessly divid...

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FOX40
Video: Homeless dog shot and hit by a car, lives

Oct 21, 2012
Video: Homeless dog shot and hit by a car, lives

ROSEVILLE–

Lady has had quite the life. Veterinarian Karen Johnson believes she’s 10-years-old. So far, her years on this earth haven’t all been pleasant.

“She ran into the middle of the street, my instinct was to run after her,” says …


Sacramento Magazine
Snapshots: Paella & Pinot Open House

Oct 21, 2012

Hosted at The Preserve Showcase Home.

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Crazy for Crust
Recipe: Cookies ‘n cream magic bars

Oct 21, 2012
Recipe: Cookies ‘n cream magic bars

Holy Cow people. Online BlogCon starts in the morning. I can’t believe it’s already here…and I’m so glad it finally is. It’s like I’m giving birth to a giant blog baby. I hope she’s beautiful and everyone love her. {Even if they don’t, I’m hoping they lie and say they do, much like people...

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The State Hornet
Sac State and teammates mourn the loss of John Bloomfield

Sacramento State senior defensive end John Bloomfield died this morning at Mercy General Hospital after being in a coma for a number of weeks, according to hospital officials.

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Appeal Democrat
‘Epic’ haunting in Marysville

It was a little too scary for Drake Ritter. His father, Marc, took his 4-year-old son out of The Haunting of Smokey Hills Manor haunted house. "I think he was a little too young for it — but I didn't know it was like that," Marc Ritter said. "They...

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