On a clear winter day, the view from campus stretches
from the Guy West Bridge to the Sierra Nevada.
CSUS students received $102 million in financial aid during
the 2002-03 academic year.
County Sheriff Lou Blanas will talk on “Security in the Sacramento
Region” at the next Breakfast Club Speakers Series event,
hosted by the CSUS Alumni Association, 7:30 a.m., Tuesday, March
9 in the Alumni Center. Seating is limited. Call (916) 278-6295
or (800) SAC-GRAD for reservations.
Former Hornet head football coaches will be honored at a reception
at 6 p.m., Saturday, March 20. The program will feature Ray Clemons,
Glen Brady, Bob Mattos, Mike Clemons and John Volek, along with
current head coach Steve Mooshagian. The late Dave Strong and John
Baker will also be honored. Call (916) 278-4899 or (800) SAC-GRAD.
The CSUS Education Alumni Chapter will host an education conference
at the Alumni Center starting at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 14.
It will feature guest speaker Trang Do, a local school district
counselor. Attendees will receive one unit of professional development
credit. Call (916) 726-5247.
President Alexander Gonzalez has laid out an aggressive plan to
add new facilities and remake CSUS into a residential campus. He
says the goal is to turn CSUS into a “destination campus
for the West and a flagship of the CSU system by 2010.”
and text of the president's address to campus
A multi-use arena, health and fitness center has been endorsed
by a campus athletics task force and CSUS President Alexander Gonzalez.
The new facility, which will depend on donor and student funding,
would house basketball, volleyball and other activities, including
commencement. It was a key part of a report from the task force,
which was appointed in the fall by Gonzalez. Full
The CSUS Center for Small Business is once again accepting requests
for free management assistance for small businesses in the Sacramento
region. The center is one of the oldest and largest in the United
States, assisting more than 100 companies each year. Full
A month-long series of events focused on African-American culture
is scheduled at CSUS to mark Black History Month. The activities
at CSUS continue a national tradition of celebrating African-American
achievements in February. Full
will once again host some of the finest classical music performers
in the nation in its New Millennium Concert Series this spring.
Four concerts are featured, all taking place in the intimate Music
Recital Hall in Capistrano Hall. Individual tickets are $20 and
$30, a subscription is $75. Call (916) 278-4323 or visit Tickets.com. Full
Sophomore Margarita Karnaukhova and freshman Anna Erikson of
the CSUS women’s tennis team have been ranked among
the top 60 college tennis players in the country. The Intercollegiate
Tennis Association (ITA) rankings place Karnaukhova at No.
45 and Erikson at No. 53. The Hornets also received a team
rank of 55. Full
The CSUS men’s track and field team finished first and the
women placed third at the Silver State Invite in Reno, Jan. 31.
The meet was the first of the season for the Hornets during the
indoor season. Full
The men’s basketball victory over Montana marked the first time the team
has swept the Montana schools (Montana and Montana State) at home since joining
the Big Sky Conference in 1996-97. The Hornets are now 9-11 overall and 3-4 in
the Big Sky. Full