Higher Education

The California Aggie
New bylaw takes aim at arbitrary ASUCD wages

Revised budgeting procedure intensifies competition between stipend employees   A new ASUCD bylaw will alter how the Executive Office budgets employee stipends in an attempt to better match each stipend’s value to the work it rewards. Senate Bill #44 (SB44) will compel the Executive Office, composed of the ASUCD president, vice president and controller,...

The California Aggie
Whitney Engler remembered for her selflessness, compassion

Apr 2, 2015

For Whitney Joy Engler, the ability to see silver linings in all of life’s trials came with elegance and ease. Her friends and colleagues overwhelmingly remember her for her fiery passion and optimism in light of almost any situation. She was just that friend that was always there for everyone. Engler, a fourth-year student...

The California Aggie
How are classes created?

Chairs of committees on courses of instruction provide insight to process of course creation The wide array of course that are offered at UC Davis each quarter is something many students fail to think about on a day-to-day basis. However, the processes related to course creation are not as simple as they might seem....

The California Aggie
UC Davis alumnus, dean appointed to the State Board of Food and Agriculture

Appointees seek to serve as liaisons between agricultural, academic communities On Feb. 23, California Gov. Jerry Brown reappointed UC Davis alumnus Craig McNamara as president of the State Board of Food and Agriculture and also appointed UC Davis’ dean of the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Helene Dillard to the board. McNamara, who...

The State Hornet
New library dean has sights set on improvement

Apr 1, 2015

After becoming the new dean of the Sacramento State University Library on March 2, Amy Kautzman has set eyes on receiving funds for a new library.

The California Aggie
Aggie Daily Calendar

Tues., March 31 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. Cesar Chavez Celebration...

The California Aggie
Why Davis does spring best

Six ways Davis will spring joy to your life this quarter If you’re a student reading this, then let me just start off with an apology: I am so sorry. Yes, it’s true, spring break is indeed over. Instead of soaking up the sun with your favorite iced Starbucks beverage faithfully by your side...

The State Hornet
California State University announces new president for Sac State

The California State University Board of Trustees announced Robert Nelson as Sacramento State's new campus president.



The State Hornet
Former student government president shares campus experience at Sac State

Many students come to college and have minimal involvement on campus outside of their academics.

The State Hornet
Faculty Senate adress growing campus population

Mar 20, 2015

The Sacramento State Faculty Senate discussed the spring 2015 university student enrollment at its weekly meeting Thursday.

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