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The California Aggie
Local community and artists explore synesthesia with art

Nov 25, 2014
Local community and artists explore synesthesia with art

For Lauren Traetto, numbers are much more than just figures. Nine is an older and reasonable number. Seven is red and a youthful boy. Six is his bossy little sister who has an illusion that she will be hurt and one is a small boy who always does the right thing. Traetto has synesthesia,...

The State Hornet
Red folders on school desktops ease access to mental health services

Nov 25, 2014

Red folders showed up on computers around Sacramento State and other CSU campuses to raise mental health awareness for students.

The California Aggie
Susan Mann wins 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award

Nov 25, 2014

Susan Mann, a UC Davis history professor emerita, has been announced as one of the winners of the 2014 lifetime achievement awards from the American Historical Association. Mann, who is the former chair of the UC Davis history department, is the first UC Davis history professor to receive this award. Though Mann has received...

The California Aggie
Pokémon culture at UC Davis thrives

Nov 25, 2014

The release of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire has, once again, brought the popular franchise to the forefront of people’s attention. However, for some fans, interest in the game is not limited to new releases. On July 6, Alex Ogloza, a recent UC Davis graduate with a major in communication, won the...

The California Aggie
UC Davis Students Call for Statewide

Nov 24, 2014

On Nov. 24 at noon, hundreds of UC Davis students and community members gathered on the Quad and staged a march through Downtown Davis as a part of the “UC/CSU/CC Statewide Call for Action” protest regarding the UC Regents’ decision to increase UC tuition by five percent annually over the next five years. Last week,...

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The State Hornet
Rock auction rolls in big spenders

Nov 24, 2014

From the midnight blue facets of azurite crystals to the twisting, concentric layers of petrified wood, all kinds of rocks, minerals and fossils found buyers and admirers Friday evening at the 11th Annual Geology Club Rock Auction.

The State Hornet
Information Technology Committee not officially involved with strategic planning for Information Technology

Nov 23, 2014

The Faculty Senate discussed the level of involvement the Academic Information Technology Committee has with Information Technology in their meeting in the Foothill Suite on Thursday.

The State Hornet
New CFA contract meets bare minimum with members

Nov 23, 2014

The California Faculty Association ratified a new three-year contract with minimal progress toward years of unsatisfactory salaries for California State University employees.

The State Hornet
Arts and Letters branches out to possible recruits

Nov 23, 2014

The College of Arts and Letters hosted their first expo event to provide Sacramento State students an opportunity to network and learn more about the Arts and Letters clubs.

The State Hornet
Solutions to HIV examined through graduate work

Nov 22, 2014

Research for making a specific chemical bond to fill a space to prevent HIV from attaching itself to cells was revealed at an HIV seminar in Sequoia Hall at Sacramento State.

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