Presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry made an unannounced
visit to campus during his recent California trip, meeting
with CSUS President Alexander Gonzalez and about 400 elementary
school kids who were on campus for the annual Cesar Chavez
More than 1,700 middle school students take enrichment classes
at CSUS each summer through Academic Talent Search.
Channel 10 news anchor Cristina Mendonsa will be the guest speaker
at the next Alumni Breakfast Club gathering, Tuesday, May 11. Mendonsa,
a CSUS alum, will talk about her “Eighteen-Year Journey from
Sac State to News Ten.” Reservations are a must for the free
7:30 a.m. breakfast at the Alumni Center. Call 278-6295 or e-mail
The event is sponsored by the Communications Chapter.
All alumni are invited to the Latino Alumni Chapter's annual Spring
Scholarship Banquet at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, May 1 at the Alumni
Center. Four scholarships will be awarded. Special guests will be
Will Silva, sports anchor for Channel 10, and Chief Albert Najera
of the Sacramento Police Department. Two CSUS professors will also
be honored: Juanita Barrena and Sam Rios. The evening will include
a Mediterranean dinner and dancing. Tickets are $50 per person or
$500 for a table. Call (916) 278-6295.
Alumni Association members may order tickets for the U.S. Olympic
Team Track & Field Trials, to be held at Hornet Stadium July
9-18. The association has prime seats available on a first come-first
served basis. Call Emily Wilson at (916) 278-7718.
The CSUS Alumni Association will have its annual business meeting
from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 10 6 at the Alumni Center. Interested
members are welcome to attend. Call (916) 278-6295.
The student government has announced a campaign to build a multi-use
recreation center just north of Hornet Stadium. At 236,000 square
feet, the Recreation/Wellness/Event Center would be the largest
facility on campus.
Five months after taking office, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
is enjoying strong popularity in the state’s capital city
and surrounding area, according to a survey by researchers at CSUS.
Fully 65 percent of Capital Region residents say they approve of
the way Schwarzenegger is handling his job, the survey found.
Thousands of kids will descend on campus and the CSUS Aquatics Center
this summer for a variety of educational and recreation programs.
uses University's expanded wireless network.
CSUS students and faculty will likely be engaging in a new rite
of spring this year as they find that they can enjoy the sunshine
and stay connected to the Internet in ever-increasing outside areas
and Gun by
Art by a clerical worker and a mental patient, an architect and
a homeless person – more than 20 California “outsider”
artists – will be at the University Library Gallery at CSUS
during “The Eyes Have It: An Exhibition of California Visionaries”
through June 4.
Anderson, left, Timothy Pastore and Brie Welch, cast members
of Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute).
Flute - Win
The CSUS Opera Theatre brings fantasy to the stage with
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's enchanting Die Zauberflöte
(The Magic Flute) opening at 8 p.m. Friday, April 16
in the University Theatre. Performances continue with a matinee
Sunday, April 18 at 2:30 p.m., and again at 8 p.m., Thursday,
April 22 and Saturday, April 24. Tickets: $15 general, $10 for
students, seniors and members of the Sacramento Area Regional
Theatre Alliance. Call (916) 278-4323 or visit Tickets.com.
For the fourth-consecutive week and the fifth time in six weeks,
Sacramento State senior right-handed pitcher Nicole Deatherage earned
Pacific Coast Softball Conference (PCSC) Pitcher of the Week honors.
CSUS has honored 193 student-athletes with the Athletics Director’s
Academic Achievement Award for excellence in the classroom during
the fall semester. The award recognizes student-athletes who accumulated
a 3.0 or better grade point average during an academic semester.
Seven of the student-athletes earned a 4.0 grade point average.
You can support the Hornet men’s basketball team and play
golf at one of Sacramento’s finest and most exclusive country
clubs, when CSUS hosts the second annual Hal Wolf Memorial Golf
Tournament on Monday, May 3, at the Northridge Country Club. The
event is named for legendary hornet basketball coach Hal Wolf.