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THIS WEEK  October 19 , 2009           vol. 16, no. 5
 

Photo: Sacramento State is getting ready for its annual homecoming week Oct. 5-10 with activities celebrating the Hornet spirit.

Scientific progress goes bonk!
Students run for cover after an experiment combining mints and soda goes awry. The students were on campus Oct. 10 for the Expanding your Horizons program that teaches girls that science can be fun -- and sometimes messy.

arrow University hosts first Clean Tech Summit
arrow Livingston Lecture to be delivered by Pomo
arrow Part-time instructors sought for spring
arrow Low vaccine supply forces flu shot limits
arrow Gonzalez named to Student Aid Commission
arrow In memoriam
arrow Memorial donations for Fred Angell
arrow ‘Bat Boy’ makes headlines at Sac State

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Photo: Julie López Figueroa
Kristin A. Van Gaasbeck
Associate professor, Department of Economics
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Events

Photo: Students from Sacramento State’s Theatre and Dance Department
World Music Series
A tribute to Michael Jackson will be part of Motown Jukin’, a celebration of Motown’s 50th anniversary presented by Sacramento Black Art of Dance and the Sons/Ancestors Players. The concert will run Oct. 22-25 and Oct. 28–Nov. 1 in Dancespace Solano Hall Room 1010. Tickets are $5-12 and available at the University Ticket Office, (916) 278-4323 or www.tickets.com.

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Wanless to be honored
Sacramento State athletics director Dr. Terry Wanless will be honored along with the 1976 Towson University football squad as a Team of Distinction at Towson’s Athletics Hall of Fame ceremony.
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Rycycle LogoRecycling bottles and cans In 2007, Sacramento State diverted 83.7 percent of its waste from the landfill. The State of California’s goal for institutions such as the University is 50 percent.

The integrated waste manager has set a goal of zero waste for the campus. The campus community can help reach that goal by recycling bottles and cans. There are approximately 50 bins for outdoor bottle and can recycling—one outside of each building.

Recycle containers for bottles and cans are now conveniently located inside the entrance of the AIRC building and in each of the student lounges on the first three floors. This is a pilot project and other buildings will follow if indoor recycling is successful at AIRC.

For more information visit the “Sacramento State Recycles” website at www.fm.csus.edu/iwm/.
 
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