State’s new 3,000-space structure, set to open in mid-2006,
will eventually ease campus parking woes. But until then,
spaces will remain traditionally hard to find.
Sometimes it’s hard to be humble – like when 85 percent
of Capital Region residents say they would recommend Sacramento
State to prospective students.
you a member?
Did you know Alumni Association members get great benefits? They
include discounts on travel, car rentals, insurance, continuing
education, movie and amusement tickets, and on-campus athletic,
theater and music events. Library privileges and discounts at the
Aquatic Center classes are other great perks. Then there are “freebies”
like the Alumni Breakfast Club, Monday Night Football parties, and
pre-game parties at the Alumni Center during football season.
or call (916) 278-6295.
The Alumni Association is seeking new board members to volunteer
beginning July 2006. The Board of Directors meets monthly to conduct
the business of the association.
To submit your name or nominate someone, e-mail email@example.com
or call Dawniela Hightower at (916) 278-3862.
During each of seven College ceremonies this Winter Commencement,
Alumni Association board members are invited to participate in the
procession and then welcome the new alumni. The ceremonies are at
Arco Arena on Dec. 16 and 17.
Call (916) 278-6295
new athletic facility
million for athletic facility
The Eli and Edythe L. Broad Foundation has given $2 million to help
build a new athletic facility south of the University’s stadium.
It will house training facilities, locker rooms and coaches’
offices for the University’s Division I athletics program.
The facility is the first part of the University’s Recreation,
Wellness, Events Center and Stadium project.
Doris Matsui visits campus to discuss preliminary plans and
concepts for a new Science and Space Center
Preliminary ideas for a new Science and Space Center at Sacramento
State were showcased during a recent campus visit by Congresswoman
up for cancer prevention
Sacramento State and the UC Davis Cancer Center have teamed up to
strengthen cancer education and outreach, and to increase cancer
awareness in diverse populations.
named a top Hispanic leader
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez has been named one
of the 100 most influential Hispanic leaders in America by Hispanic
Business magazine. He joins a select group of top executives
and professionals from academia, government, entertainment, sports
by Robert Morrison will be featured in the show "Tongues:
The Half-Life of Morphine and Lepidopterous Shame"
The edgy, contemporary art of Robert Morrison, known for incorporating
sound into his minimalist, sculpted-steel pieces, will be featured
in "Tongues: The Half-Life of Morphine and Lepidopterous
Shame." The show will run through Dec. 22 and Feb. 1 to 11
at the University Library Gallery.
‘Tis diploma season
Sacramento State will hold Winter Commencement ceremonies Friday
and Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17 at Arco Arena.
Sacramento State won the first game handily and took a 16-10 lead
midway through the second frame before Santa Clara responded with
a 14-2 run that led to a 3-1 victory in the first round of the NCAA
Volleyball Tournament Dec. 2 at Maples Pavilion. With the loss,
Sacramento State concludes the season with a 26-9 record.
predicts big year for basketball
Sports Illustrated has predicted the Hornets will reach
the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s Div.
I history. Of the 65 teams listed, Sacramento State is slotted at
leads Edmonton to Grey Cup
Former Sacramento State quarterback Ricky Ray led the Edmonton Eskimos
to a 38-35 double-overtime victory over Montreal in the 93rd Grey
Cup on Nov. 26. Ray was named the Most Valuable Player.