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ASI elections met with mixed feelings

The ASI election has caused controversy amongst election participants and student voters as most candidates have run unopposed and promotion for the election was less than the previous year.

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Sacramento State provost looks to increase international awareness, students

Apr 22, 2014

Sacramento State’s Office of the Provost is in the early planning stages of international recruitment to increase the number of foreign students on campus.   



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Statewide student government fee would help fund campus student governments

Apr 22, 2014

Student opportunities for internships and campus involvement may increase next semester if a voluntary fee introduced by the California State Student Association is approved.

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March of Dimes will host event at Sacramento State to promote baby health

Apr 22, 2014

The death of an infant can send a parent into life-long depression, but the passing of Tracey Schaal’s premature son in the early 1990s motivates and inspires her efforts at March of Dimes every day.



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Sacramento State plans not to implement student success fee

Apr 22, 2014

While 11 out of the 23 California State Universities have implemented an academic excellence or student success fee, Sacramento State will continue to use existing resources to allow more timely graduation of students.

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Students respond to ASI elections

Apr 22, 2014

Sacramento State students began voting for Associated Student representatives Tuesday at 8 a.m.

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Don’t vote and be heard: Students planning to boycott student government election

Apr 21, 2014

Students concerned over the lack of candidates in the Associated Students Inc. election posted signs Monday, asking their peers to boycott the election as a method to invalidate the results.

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Sigma Chi invites students to beat cars with MADD

On Thursday afternoon Sigma Chi and Mothers Against Drunk Driving partnered for the first time to bring awareness of drunk driving to Sacramento State students.

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Pepper spray used on car full of people on J Street

Apr 16, 2014

Police responded to a group of people pepper sprayed in their vehicle at the intersection of Carlson Drive and J Street around 10:45 this morning.

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Activists want taxes for oil extraction to help fund California higher education

Apr 15, 2014

At a San Jose State town hall meeting April 9, environmental activist and billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer demanded oil companies agree to pay a severance tax on the extraction of oil in California.



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