Higher Education

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Sac State police aim to connect with campus

Sep 18, 2014

Often seen as just a badge, the Sacramento State Police Department attempted to close the gap between officers and the campus community by hosting the third annual Coffee with a Cop, Tuesday at the Well.

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Campus receives largest freshman class to date

Sep 17, 2014

Sacramento State has broken records this 2014 fall semester with 3,700 freshmen entering, making it the biggest class in the university’s history.



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Students keep calm and register on

Sep 17, 2014

Keep Calm and Register On is an event sponsored by the Peer Academic Resource Center and The First Year Experience program to aid first-years in their attempts at navigating the student center during the registering process.

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Police patrol campus safety for students, faculty and staff

With a rising number of police officers and Campus Security Officers present on campus, students at Sacramento State can get assistance at night as well as during the day, despite a lack of transportation for CSOs.

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Guy West Bridge undergoes a massive makeover

Sep 17, 2014

The Guy West Bridge, built in 1966 as a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, has transformed into a work zone with the Eastern Tower now hidden by scaffolding and plastic sheeting.

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Brown and Kashkari challenge each other in Gubernatorial Debate

Neel Kashkari made his presence known as a candidate for governor of California after incumbent Jerry Brown accepted his proposal for a one-hour debate.

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Gonzalez explains retirement

At the end of his yearly convocation address, what was thought to be a routine speech resulted in the announcement of Sacramento State’s President Alexander Gonzalez’s retirement.



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Sac State brings in 49 new faculty members

Sep 10, 2014

While Sacramento State has hired 49 new tenure-track faculty this fall semester, both students and professors hope to see more diversity for next year’s hiring expectation of 35 faculty.



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Sac State Sustainability adopts parkway, volunteer efforts in cleaning

The Sac State Sustainability team has added another project in effort to make the campus more environmentally aware, with the recent adoption of Mile 7 South of the American River Parkway.

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Pilot community college degree program requires governor’s approval

A select number of community colleges in California could soon expand to include four-year degrees if Governor Jerry Brown signs Senate Bill 850.

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