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July 2003 edition
than 80 percent of recent CSU Sacramento graduates say their professors
were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching.
Homecoming Week and Parent Weekend 2003 kicks off Oct. 19 with a wellness
fair and free concert by Funkengruven. The week will include lectures, art
exhibits, speakers, reunions, concerts, barbecues, parades and much
more. The week concludes with a campus open house Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m., a fiesta pre-game party
at the Alumni Center and the Homecoming Game vs. Eastern Washington at
For more, call the Alumni Association at (916) 278-6295 or (800) SAC-GRAD.
CSUS Alumni Association will once again host pre-game parties before every
home football game this fall. The parties feature different themes, food
and entertainment. For ticket and other information, visit
ww.csus.edu/alum for more
on pre-game events.
Sacramento's new president, Alexander Gonzalez, began July 7. Learn more
about him and see pictures from his first day at
31, completed high school and has a 53 percent chance of having a job. And
he's the average male booked in Sacramento County Jail over the last three
years, according to CSUS researchers. Full
Student art exhibit
CSUS art students will display their works in an exhibit titled "A Summer
Delight," through Aug. 18 on the second floor of the CSUS Library. The
exhibit is free. Hours are 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday,
and 8 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Big Sky Conference has named 21 CSUS student-athletes to the Spring
wide receiver Fred Amey has been named to The Sports Network NCAA I-AA
preseason All-America second team. He was also named first team all-Big
Sky and second team all-region in addition to receiving honorable mention
All-America accolades from Football Gazette. Amey is the only player
in CSUS history to post back-to-back 50-catch seasons. Full
CSUS baseball players Chris Kinsey, Jesse Schmidt and Mikela
Olsen have each signed major league contracts. Full