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April 9, 2007
vol. 13, no. 27

Photo: Helen Brown pumps paper at Sacramento State's Life Center LIFE Center breathes new strength into lives
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BALANCE AND FITNESS CLASS--Helen Brown pumps paper at Sacramento State's LIFE Center

Outstanding teaching, service honored at annual event
Sacramento State has announced the 2006-07 Outstanding Teaching, Community Service and University Service Award recipients. They will be honored at a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1 in the University Union Ballroom III.
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Professor builds cultural bridge to Thailand
Thanks to Communication Studies Professor Thomas Knutson, Sacramento State has a connection to Thai royalty.
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Faculty Research - Jordan Halgas
Jordan Halgas almost let one of her most significant teaching moments slip by.
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Event celebrates food and wine by alumni
Sacramento State’s numerous ties to the region’s food and wine providers will be showcased at the inaugural Stinger Wine & Food Classic from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, April 20 at the Alumni Center.
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MORE CAMPUS NEWS

Take in Sacramento State Night with the River Cats

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 www.sacregion511.org 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 Alfredo Orozco, Sacramento State’s employee transportation coordinator, at orozcoa@csus.edu 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 bulletin@csus.edu. 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

Writers
Laurie Hall
Gloria Moraga
Kim Nava

Electronic Communications
Mark Konrad

Photographer
Mary Weikert

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Graphic Profile
Photo: Eugene Chan

Vocal presence
Alumnus Eugene Chan

Up-and-coming baritone Eugene Chan (‘06, Music) is already hitting some high career notes. Among them are two national vocal awards and a performance at Carnegie Hall.
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Featured Event- Sun Quartet
The Department of Music will present the “President’s Concert” at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 13 in the Music Recital Hall. The performance will feature the department’s resident faculty string quartet, the Sun Quartet, performing Haydn’s “Emperor,” quartet, Op. 76, Eliot Carter’s “Elegy,” and the Brahms Piano quintet in F Minor. Admission is $8 general, $5 for students/ seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance through the Sacramento State Ticket Office at 278-4323 or Tickets.com.

Campus Calendar of Events

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More Big Sky tennis player of the week awards, this time for Stryhas and Helland
For the fifth consecutive week, both a Sacramento State men’s and women’s tennis player have earned Big Sky Conference Tennis Player of the Week honors. The honors went to senior Cecilia Helland on the women’s side, and freshman Anton Stryhas on the men’s side.
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