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The California Aggie
If people came with a warning label, what would yours be?

If people came with a warning label, what would yours be?

Kevin Horng Second-year environmental science and management major “Accident prone.”         Natalie Flores Second-year exercise biology major “Daydreamer.”         Micah Marmorstein First-year chemical engineer major “Excessively shows off.”         Matthis Groupe Third-year animal biology major “Nerd.”         Rachelle Fishbin First-year women and...

The California Aggie
News in brief: La Raza Cultural Days celebrates 46th annual week of events

Last week, the La Raza Cultural Days (LRCD) committee and the UC Davis Cross Cultural Center came together to present the 46th annual La Raza Cultural Days on campus. The theme this year was “nuestros desafios fortalecen nuestra Resistencia,” which translates to “our struggles empower our resistance.” Events started on April 27, with a...

The California Aggie
Campus updates, reaffirms Principles of Community

On April 28, a reaffirmation ceremony was held for the Principles of Community in the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts. The principles were created in April 1990 and have seen revisions in 1996, 2001, 2008 and 2010. Campus organizations such as the academic senate, Early Outreach Program, Affirmative...

The California Aggie
Aggie Daily Calendar

TUES., MAY 5 Classical Bassoon & Wine Tasting 5 to 7 p.m. Monticello Seasonal Cuisine, Davis Free baroque bassoon performance by Ricardo Rosales with wine tasting host Susan Leonardi. Salsa Night 9:30 p.m. The Graduate, Davis Dance lessons with Cori from “Barbara’s Dancing Tonight,” hosted by DJ Miguel. Tickets are $6. Big Day of...

The California Aggie
News in brief: ASUCD town hall offers opportunity for accountability

ASUCD leadership sought greater student participation last Thursday. On April 30, the association hosted a town hall event entitled “Pizza and Politics” in an attempt to inform undergraduates about student government activities. Eight senators, four commission leaders and the controller lined the west wall of the ASUCD Coffee House beside stacks of pizza boxes...

The California Aggie
UC Davis celebrates LGBTQIA community with annual PRIDE month

UC Davis celebrates LGBTQIA community with annual PRIDE month

PRIDE coordinators discuss purpose of month, planning, events In recognition of May as Pride month, the UC Davis Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Resource Center plans to celebrate the diversity and importance of LGBTQIA individuals within the campus community. “I believe Pride month is a way for our community to...

The State Hornet
Faculty Senate approves excused absence policy, verified excuses now possible

Sacramento State's Faculty Senate passed the student excuse absence policy with a majority vote on Thursday.



The State Hornet
Lester Holt selected by CSU Board of Trustees to receive award, speak at ceremony

The California State University Board of Trustees have selected Sacramento State alumnus Lester Holt to receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters on May 23.

The State Hornet
Student government directors discuss controversy of Green Army flier

The second to last Associated Students, Inc. board meeting of the spring semester was held Wednesday in the Foothill Suite of the University Union at Sacramento State.

The California Aggie
Current, former ASUCD officials weigh in on lack of student involvement

Apr 30, 2015

Low voter turnout in latest ASUCD election raises concerns on student representation in association Recently, participating in the ASUCD popular election has seemed to be an unpopular decision, with only a 2.3 percent voter turnout of the student body in last quarter’s election. With a lack of candidates running, the election allowed the six...

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