Higher Education

The State Hornet
Government shutdown does not hurt California State Universities

The end of a nationwide fiscal shutdown and a debt ceiling increase is a relief for the California State University and its 23 campuses that have managed to escape without any damaging effects, said CSU Director of Public Affairs Mike Uhlenka...

The State Hornet
Students weigh in on idea of expanded library hours

The Sacramento State Library is open until 11 p.m. on weekdays, but some students feel they could utilize its services after the current closing time.

The State Hornet
College of Engineering looks to increase number of females in program

Nineteen-year-old Sacramento State student Yarima Poveda is the only female in her mechanical engineering laboratory class.

The California Aggie
Tinder sweeps through UC Davis

Oct 17, 2013

Editor’s note: Quoted students are only mentioned by their first names to respect their privacy. Looking for a simple way to meet your next match? There’s an app for that. Compared to other popular dating sites such as OkCupid, which has approximately 5.6 million active users, Tinder still remains the fastest-growing free dating app...

The State Hornet
Criminal Justice Convocation provides opportunities for students

Sacramento State hosted the second annual Criminal Justice Convocation in the University Union ballroom, Tuesday afternoon.

The State Hornet
Students have mixed thoughts about faculty office hours

Faculty at Sacramento State make time twice a week for office hours, yet many students on campus can admit to not taking advantage of the opportunity to meet with professors.

The California Aggie
A bird’s eye view comes to life

Oct 17, 2013

In the state of California, UC Davis is the only university with an on-campus airport. From business and recreational travel to flight training and atmospheric studies, the University Airport serves the Davis community in a variety of ways. “Aviation is starting to be taken for granted. At some point there was a knowledge and...

The California Aggie
California Raptor Center opens its doors this Saturday

Oct 17, 2013
California Raptor Center opens its doors this Saturday

From barn owls to golden eagles, the volunteer-run California Raptor Center (CRC) is home to hundreds of local predatory birds, and around 200 people from all over the community will gather at the CRC for its biannual Open House this Oct. 19. Established in 1972, the CRC was first founded by the Department of...

The California Aggie
This Week in Senate

Oct 17, 2013

ASUCD Vice President Bradley Bottoms presided over the Senate meeting on Thursday, Oct. 10. The meeting began at 6:20 p.m. The highlight of the meeting was the passing of a bill that would give the Elections Committee the option to decline the distribution of sample ballots through The California Aggie. This bill was proposed...

The California Aggie
Online evaluations ready for use

Oct 17, 2013

After a successful pilot run during Summer Session II, the new Academic Course Evaluation (ACE) program will begin to replace in-class written evaluations during the 2013-14 academic year. A combination of 12 lectures, discussions and labs were chosen to participate in the ACE online trial this past summer. In a survey taken by 86...

Stay connected to Sacramento Connect

Follow Sacramento Connect on Twitter  Find Sacramento Connect on Facebook

Advertisement

Categories

Advertisement



Newest Partners