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Campus holds business career fair

Nov 23, 2015

Delta Sigma Pi, a professional business fraternity at Sacramento State, held a business career fair on Monday, Nov. 23. Delta Sigma Pi’s Executive Director of the business career fair, Schuyler Rathbun, said the organization holds the business fair twice a year and is tailored toward students majoring in business.

Students exposed to STEM careers

The Career Center at Sacramento State organized the first STEMposium: Career Awareness and Exploration event on Monday, Nov. 23 in the University Union.

Football ends season in 35-21 Causeway Classic defeat

In a battle of two freshman quarterbacks, it was C.J. Spencer leading UC Davis to a 35-21 victory over Nate Ketteringham and Sacramento State in the 62nd annual Causeway Classic on Saturday at Hornet Stadium.

Men’s basketball improves to 3-0 in home opener

Sacramento State’s men’s basketball team continued its hot start to the season with a 96-56 victory over Holy Names University in the Hornets' regular season home opener Friday.

Volleyball’s turnaround season ends in conference semifinal

The Sacramento State volleyball team's season comes to an end after being swept by Northern Arizona in the semifinal match of the Big Sky Conference Tournament on Friday.

CSU trustees approve plans for new science building

The CSU Board of Trustees approved a plan by Sacramento State on Nov. 18 to build a new science building for the campus.

Volleyball advances to semifinals in conference tournament

Sacramento State beat Northern Colorado 3-1 to advance into the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Volleyball Championship Tournament on Thursday. The Hornets will face the tournament host, Northern Arizona in a semifinal matchup at 6 p.m. on Friday. 

ASI discusses tailgating policies

Nov 19, 2015

Mark Iwasa, Sacramento State’s chief of police, met with the Associated Students, Inc. at their weekly working board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18 in the Terrace Suite of the WELL to explain and discuss the new tailgating policies that are set to begin at this weekend'so Causeway Classic game.

Sac State holds workshop for applying to speech and pathology grad school

Students who want to apply to the Speech Pathology and Audiology graduate program attended a workshop to ask questions about the application process.

Seniors prepare for final Causeway Classic

As seniors on the Sacramento State football team participated in their last full-padded practice on Wednesday, the Hornets are looking to close out the season with a win against rival UC Davis in this weekend’s 62nd annual Causeway Classic.

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