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The State Hornet
Sociology degrees discussed at Faculty Senate

In a Faculty Senate meeting on Nov. 5, President Robert Nelsen responded to concerns about comments he had made about sociology degrees in an interview for a Sacramento News & Review article.

The California Aggie
UC Davis develops intervention program for dyslexic children

Nov 10, 2015
UC Davis develops intervention program for dyslexic children

Researchers, director, intervention coach discuss bettering education for dyslexic children New research from the UC Davis Department of Psychology has revealed that when it comes to children afflicted with dyslexia, early intervention is increasingly necessary. Dyslexia is a common learning disorder that affects nearly three million children in the United States each year, and...

The State Hornet
ASI discusses the Dreamers Research Center

Nov 10, 2015

Associated Students, Inc. held a board meeting on Nov. 4 in the University Union where they received a presentation on the Dreamer Resource Center.

The State Hornet
Sac State Journalism Department presents the Anatomy of a Story

The Society of Professional Journalists at Sacramento State presented its first event of the year, “Anatomy of a Story," a panel discussion on how to handle sensitive stories, on Nov. 4.



The California Aggie
The Daily Calendar

The Daily Calendar

TUES., NOV. 10 Salsa Tuesday 9:30 p.m. The Graduate, Davis Dance lessons with Cori from ‘Barbara’s Dancing Tonight,’ hosted by DJ Miguel. Tickets are $6. Trivia Night 9:30 to 11:30 p.m. Sophia’s Thai Kitchen, Davis Compete against other teams in answering the hardest trivia questions! Free and open to all ages. Tour & Treat...

The California Aggie
UC Davis researchers develop nanoporous gold as means of pathogen detection

UC Davis researchers develop nanoporous gold as means of pathogen detection

Researchers discuss findings, applications of discovered gold properties. With applications ranging from plant pathology and medicine to food and water quality, nanoporous gold (NPG) offers a faster, more cost-effective method in early pathogen detection. After three years of research on NPG specific to pathogen detection, the UC Davis Seker Lab recently published two papers...

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The California Aggie
UC Davis Diversity and Inclusion Committee hosts community engagement forum

UC Davis Diversity and Inclusion Committee hosts community engagement forum

UC Davis works toward creating a more diverse, inclusive campus. On Nov. 4, the UC Davis Diversity and Inclusion Committee (DIC) held a community engagement forum from 5 to 7 p.m. at the UC Davis Conference Center with the purpose of providing a space for the community to share its input on how to...

The State Hornet
Police find suspicious package on campus

Sacramento State Police dispatched officers toward Yosemite Hall in response to an unknown package on Monday.

The California Aggie
The greatest human invention

The greatest human invention

Students explain which invention is the best in all of human history and why Photos by ARIEL ROBBINS / AGGIE In your opinion, what is the greatest human invention and why? Ruby Tapia, fourth-year forensic chemistry major “The toilet it takes away waste from the home and prevents a lot of diseases.”...

The California Aggie
AP, IB units no longer to count toward registration priority

AP, IB units no longer to count toward registration priority

Registrar effects change as an effort to equalize class registration. On Oct. 20, the UC Davis Office of the University Registrar sent a campus-wide email to students informing them that Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) units will no longer affect registration priority beginning with winter 2016 class registration. Previously, AP and IB...

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