Alumni Grove offers a quiet
retreat on the banks of the American River.
Sac State’s school colors—green and gold—were
selected 60 years ago, during the campus’ first year of instruction.
Green was chosen for the foothills and trees, and gold for discovery.
with distinguished alumni
the evening of Thursday, April 12 for an evening of socializing,
dining and paying tribute to some outstanding alumni who have been
selected for the prestigious Distinguished Service Award. The evening
starts with a lively reception before entering the Alumni Center
ballroom for dinner and the awards.
These are the highest awards given by the Alumni Association. For
only the fourth time, the award for Lifetime Achievement will be
presented at this ceremony.
to get the latest news about the DSA.
forms for new and continuing students are available now from the
Alumni Association. The completed applications for the 2007-08 academic
year are due April 1.
Last year, the Alumni Association awarded 11 $1,000 scholarships
made possible by the generosity of Sac State alumni and, in particular,
life members of the Alumni Association. Applications are available
or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
career counseling services
State’s Career Center is offering a limited number of evening
career counseling appointments to alumni and members of the Sacramento
community. For $75 per semester, participants get a series of one-hour
individual appointments available Tuesday and Thursday evenings
through May. Included in the package is counseling for life transitions,
goal-setting, skills assessment, resumé writing and interviewing.
Check us out on the Web
The Alumni Association website has a new look. Get the latest information
about alumni events and activities by visiting www.SacStateAlumni.com.
And keep us updated about you by sending your information to email@example.com.
It’s the easy way to stay connected to Sac State.
spring semester begins, as always, with a rush of cars filling the
campus. But with the opening of a new parking structure, drivers
should now have a much easier time finding a place to park.
conceptual view of the new student residence hall
State is moving forward with plans to build new apartment-style
on-campus housing for students, a significant step in its effort
to become a more residential campus. The new housing is expected
to be built by mid-2009 and be ready for students to move into by
fresh mix of spring arts
spring arts season at Sacramento State opens with an eclectic mix
of world music, socially conscious art, stimulating performance,
whimsical musical theater and an evening with a Broadway legend.
from "RCAF Goes to College"
Goes to College,” an exhibition of the work of the Royal Chicano
Air Force (RCAF) opened Feb. 2 at Sacramento State’s University
Library Gallery. It includes approximately 30 posters spanning the
collective’s work from the ‘70s to the ‘90s along
with newer pieces, including paintings, prints, sculpture and photographs.
New Millennium Concert Series opens at Sacramento State Tuesday,
Feb. 20, with an 8 p.m. performance by Quartet San Francisco in
the Music Recital Hall in Capistrano Hall. Tango competition winners
and 2007 double-Grammy nominees for their latest release, “Latigo,”
Quartet San Francisco express themselves with a mixture of genre-bending
world chamber music.
The weather is still brisk but spring is already in the air at Sacramento
State as Hornet athletes gear up for competitions on the track,
field and water. Here’s what to expect in Hornet sports this
Hornets on all-academic team
The Big Sky Conference named 20 Sacramento State student-athletes
to the fall all-academic team. The honor is given to student-athletes
who have participated in at least half of the team’s competitions,
achieved at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and have
completed at least one academic term at a Big Sky institution.
Sperbeck named head football coach
Marshall Sperbeck was selected as the ninth football coach in Sacramento
State history at a press conference Jan. 13. Prior to coming to
the Hornets, Sperbeck was the head football coach at Foothill College
in Los Altos, Calif., for the past 15 years.