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Government Education: Better Than What We Have Today?

  Better Than What We Have Today? By Larry Sand, Union Watch,   12/4/12 Reportedly “historic” teacher evaluation deal between Los Angeles Unified and the teachers union would solidify the dismal status quo. A substantive settlement in the Do...

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Man arrested near Riverside Hall, police say armed and unstable

An unidentified man was detained by campus police today in front of Riverside Hall for alleged mental instability.

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I’m sorry, which holiday would that be?

Dec 5, 2012
I’m sorry, which holiday would that be?

What better way to kick off the happ-happ-happy holiday season than a post about Christmas being tossed down the memory hole?This has become a yearly ritual as people, in an effort not to offend just one person, go to ridiculous lengths to not offend.&...

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Statistics classes mean better math skills for college students

Sacramento State students’ math scores have improved since last year because of two new math courses which help incoming freshmen understand math at a slower pace and meet the general education math r

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Best underutlized facilities on campus

Sacramento State has facilities all over campus for students to use to their advantage, but there are a few places that fly under the radar. These underutilized facilities can help keep students happy

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New graduates are finding themselves overqualified, stuck

After several years of higher education, more than 260,000 college graduates worked in food service, retail and personal service industries in 2011, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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It’s almost over

Finals week can be the most stressful time of the semester for students, but there is no need to panic. There are several options students can use to ensure they get their work or studying done on tim

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Hornet Racing Team reaches out to local high school students

Members of the Hornet Racing Team set out to inspire the next generation of engineers by going to North Highlands High School to talk about the benefits of going to college.

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Monthly Unity Chats bring students, faculty together to share

A small group of faculty and staff members meet every first Tuesday of the month at the Hornet Bookstore café in hopes of conversing with students on topics affecting the campus community.

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What’s the worst Christmas present you’ve ever received?




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