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April 2, 2007
vol. 13, no. 26

Photo: A student docent, one of many enlisted through the Multicultural Center, mulls over a sculpture from the exhibit “Body Image/Body Essence” featured in the Library Gallery Annex. Multicultural Center sees revitalization under new leadership
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LIFE LESSONS --A student docent, one of many enlisted through the Multicultural Center, mulls over a sculpture from the exhibit “Body Image/Body Essence” featured in the Library Gallery Annex.

Alumni Month brings spring cheer with crowd-pleasing activities
April is Alumni Month at Sacramento State, and whether your preferences are a night with the River Cats or a night at the theater—or gourmet food and wine in the Alumni Center or picnic fare on the Capitol Lawn—the University has an event for you.
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Service Awards to honor alums
This year’s Distinguished Service Awards, recognizing alumni and friends of the University for their contributions to the campus and the community, will be Thursday, April 12 at the Alumni Center. Tickets are available by contacting 278-6295 or
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Initiative spurs user-friendly technology
Sacramento State is stepping up efforts to make its information technology services and instructional materials accessible to persons with disabilities.
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University students ‘get legal’ when it comes to music downloads
College students seem to have a leg up on the rest of the population when it comes to Internet familiarity. They have proven to be the most wired and Internet-savvy demographic group in the nation, with more than 90 percent owning their own computers and spending more than 35 hours per week online.
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Staff Awards Luncheon

New Faces

Faculty Senate

Professional Activities

Monday Briefing

Graphic: Sac State Commute Choices

A Guaranteed Ride Home program is available for commuters who use alternate transportation.

In the event a pre-registered participant or his or her commute partner is required to work unscheduled overtime or experiences a qualifying emergency, guaranteed transportation is provided via taxi, or a rental car for those who live more than 20 miles from campus, up to six times in a 12-month period. Employees who travel to and from campus at least three days per week—or 60 percent of their work schedule—by bicycle, bus, carpool, vanpool, light rail or walking may participate in the program. Some restrictions apply.

For details or to register, visit the Sacramento Transportation Management Association’s website at or contact Alfredo Orozco at or 278-7527.

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

Associate Vice President,
Public Affairs
Frank Whitlatch

Laurie Hall
Gloria Moraga
Kim Nava

Electronic Communications
Mark Konrad

Mary Weikert

Graphic: Monday Briefing
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Graphic: On the job
On the Job with Orientation
The Bulletin spoke with Mary Shepherd, Orientation Coordinator
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Graphic: Events
Photo: Zion-I
UNIQUE Programs presents hip-hop group Zion-I at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 11 at Serna Plaza, with special guests Pep love (of Hieroglyphics) and The Grouch. Admission is free. For more information, contact UNIQUE at 278-6997.

Campus Calendar of Events

Graphic: Athletics

Lupercio drafted in first round by the California Cougars
Sacramento State’s Pedro Lupercio was drafted in the first round - 11th overall pick - by the California Cougars in the 2007 Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) draft.
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