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March 24, 2008
vol. 14, no. 26

Photo: Philosophy professor Mike Epperson (r) , is in the midst of filming a documentary featuring Greek and American veterans of the Korean War.Sac State shows unified opposition to proposed budget cuts
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ALLIANCE FOR CSU ——Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez addresses a packed house about proposed budget cuts.

Philosophy professor films story of Korean battle
It’s not a well-known battle in the Korean War, but the standoff of thousands of enemy forces by a small group of American and Greek soldiers...
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Sac State students will use alternative break to serve community

The term “spring break” usually conjures up images of carefree college kids, sunshine, beaches and revelry. But for at least a few dozen Sacramento State students, it means...
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Summer programs for kids at Sac State

Attention parents: when it comes to finding something for children to do during summer that’s entertaining and worthwhile, look...
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April is Alumni Month at Sac State
April may be famous for its showers, but at Sacramento State it’s better known as Alumni Month...
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Construction management students win big in Las Vegas
When 12 Sacramento State engineering students went to Las Vegas they gambled that their design and construction ideas would...
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Bulletin break
The Bulletin is taking a break. The campus is closed March 31 for Cesar Chavez Day and students are on spring recess through April 4. The normal weekly schedule resumes April 7. Items may be submitted to the Bulletin at or faxed to 278-5290. The deadline is 10 a.m. the Wednesday before Monday publication. All submissions are subject to editing for style and space. More information is available at 278-6156.


University students make historic trip to NCAA Track and Field Championships

Young minds gather for annual science competition

Engineers Without Borders crop up in Panama

Faculty Senate

Professional Activities

Monday Briefing

Graphic: Sac State Commute Choices

Bicycling is a great way to commute to the campus and get exercise at the same time. Sacramento State has a free bicycle parking compound at the foot of the Guy West Bridge. It is staffed by University Transportation and Parking Services student assistants from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays during the academic year. Additional bicycle racks are located throughout campus. Bicycle lockers are also available for rent for $50 per semester ($30 rental fee, $20 refundable key deposit) through ASI Peak Adventures at 278-6321.

To make the bike commute easier, Hornet Express shuttles and Sacramento Regional Transit buses are equipped with bicycle racks. Those interested in commuting with a “bike buddy” may visit for a bicycle buddy match list. Sacramento area bike routes, bike maps, bike safety tips, California Vehicle Code bicycle laws and other information regarding your Commute Choices to campus are available from Noel Carolipio, Employee Transportation Coordinator, at or extension 87527 .

Bulletin Staff  
Graphic: Sacramento State LogoThe Bulletin is distributed on Mondays of the academic year. Campus news may be submitted by e-mail to Deadline for all materials is 10 a.m. on the Wednesday before publication. For more information call 278-6156.

Vice President,
University Advancement
Carole Hayashino

Carolyn Filomeo
Laurie Hall
Sandy Harrison
Craig Koscho
Gloria Moraga
Kim Nava
Mike Ward

Electronic Communications
Mark Konrad

Mary Weikert

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Graphic Profile
Photo: Patty García

Student Profile - Patty García
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Graphic: Events
Photo: Sacramento State’s  Faculty perform at the Faculty Gala
Wind and Brass Extravaganza
Some of Sacramento State’s finest performing artists will take the stage for the Faculty Gala Wind and Brass Extravaganza at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 9 in the Recital Hall of Capistrano Hall. Tickets are $20 general admission and $5 for students and are available at the Sacramento State Ticket office, 278-4323 or at The event is part of the University’s New Millennium Concert Series.

Campus Calendar of Events

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Loomis earns PCSC honor after monster week
Sacramento State junior Whitney Loomis was named the Pacific Coast Softball Conference (PCSC) Player of the Week.
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