Higher Education

The State Hornet
Preacher addresses students walking by, faith-driven debate follows

A preacher handing out pamphlets labeled The Koran Testimony set up a podium on the quad in front of the library and began addressing his ideals to people passing by around noon.



The State Hornet
AIRC set for expansion

Feb 9, 2015

The Academic Information Resource Center (AIRC) will be in the process of remodeling this semester at Sacramento State to expand the amount of seating in the building.

The California Aggie
What it’s like to watch the Super Bowl for someone who has never watched American football

Feb 5, 2015

Sports in America are quite different from what you would find in Europe, so watching the Super Bowl was a unique experience from what I, an exchange student from Denmark, am used to. My only experiences with the Super Bowl before coming to the States are from high school, when I would come to...

The California Aggie
UC officials weigh in on effects of Obama’s free community college announcement

Feb 5, 2015

On Jan. 20, President Obama gave his State of the Union Address, in which he declared, “We still live in a country where too many bright, striving Americans are priced out of the education they need. It’s not fair to them, and it’s not smart for our future.” Obama’s plan for free community college...

The California Aggie
ASUCD rekindles relationship with UCSA

Feb 5, 2015

ASUCD recently rejoined the University of California Student Association (UCSA), an organization for UC students and student governments that seeks to provide a collective voice for UC students. In recent months, various students involved in ASUCD on campus have been advocating UC Davis’ involvement in UCSA. According to Harley Litzelman, director of the ASUCD...

The State Hornet
Jogger does not look before crossing, gets hit by car

Feb 4, 2015

A male jogger was struck by a car at around 4 p.m. at Sacramento State's front entrance by J Street and Carlson Drive.



The California Aggie
Bolstering business in Uganda

Feb 3, 2015
Bolstering business in Uganda

The Richard and Annie Volunteer and Travel (RAVT), a six-month-old non-profit organization, began as a collaboration between UC Davis second-year biological sciences major Annie Ashmore and Ugandan resident Richard Ssali to rebuild small businesses in Uganda. RAVT works with local university volunteer groups and Ugandan business organizations to help grow Uganda’s economy by offering...

The State Hornet
CSU Board of Trustees approves new opt-out fee

The California State University Board of Trustees approved a proposal to impose an optional Student Involvement and Representation fee (SIRF) that would cost students $4 a year, or $2 a semester, to go towards the California State Student Ass...

The California Aggie
News in Brief: UC Davis Wears Red Day to take place Friday

Feb 3, 2015

UC Davis students who wish to be part of a gigantic heart formation while raising awareness for heart disease can do so at the second annual UC Davis Wears Red Day, which will take place on Friday at Hutchinson Field. Coinciding with National Heart Awareness Day, the event will begin at 11 a.m. and...

The California Aggie
ASUCD Divestment resolution passes through senate

Feb 3, 2015
ASUCD Divestment resolution passes through senate

At the Jan. 28 ASUCD senate meeting, Senate Resolution (SR) No. 9 passed with an 8-2-2 vote. The text of SR No. 9 calls for the University of California (UC) Board of Regents to divest from “corporations that aid in the Israeli occupation of Palestine and illegal settlements in Palestinian territories, violating both international...

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