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Sac State Starbucks will not offer ASU classes

Jun 24, 2014

Sacramento State University’s on-campus Starbucks, planned to open this fall, will not be providing the online educational opportunities Arizona State University offered through their recent partnership with the major coffee chain.



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Sac State guest lecturer, Maya Angelou, dies at 86

Jun 2, 2014

American author and poet Maya Angelou passed away on May 28, at the age of 86.

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Communications student dies from epileptic seizure

May 16, 2014

Sacramento State communication studies student died following an epileptic seizure on May 6.

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Sacramento State professor questions usage of campus center for small business accounts

May 13, 2014

While Sacramento State’s Center for Small Business provides free consultation services to small industries in the region, at least one professor remains skeptical about faculty and administrators taking advantage of projects completed by students.



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Sacramento State will assess value of degree as part of reaccreditation process

May 13, 2014

Sacramento State is preparing for reaccreditation in 2016 by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges by assessing academic programs and conducting research on what students are taking away from education.

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Sacramento State recognized for successfully reusing waste

May 13, 2014

Reflecting efforts to recycle as much as possible, Sacramento State reuses 83.5 percent of its waste according to the annual State Agency Reporting Center.

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California State University mental health survey will measure campus perceptions

The California State University Chancellor’s Office, in partnership with two California agencies, surveyed Sacramento State students about their experiences with mental illness and mental health services on campus.



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Master Plan no longer reflects California needs, according to report

May 13, 2014

The Master Plan vision for California higher education is no longer meeting student and statewide needs half a century after it was introduced, according to an Institute for Higher Education Leadership and Policy report.

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University budget committee plans to submit proposal

May 13, 2014

After surviving more than six years of budget cuts, Sacramento State departments are taking advantage of an estimated 2 percent increase in funds based on Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed state budget.



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Government student plans to run for State Assembly

May 13, 2014

A 22-year-old Sacramento State student will be graduating from the government department at the same time he will campaign for a seat in the California State Assembly.

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