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Photo:President Gonzalez speaks at town hall meeting  
February 9, 2010 - The Sac State President and other officials present the latest budget information and answer questions from staff and faculty.
 
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Photo:President Gonzalez speaks at town hall meeting  
August 6, 2009 - The Sac State President and other officials present the latest budget information and answer questions from staff and faculty.
 
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Photo: President Gonzalez speaks at the Fall Address  
 
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez spoke to the university community at his fall address on August 27, 2009 about the upcoming academic school year and the University budget.
 
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Photo: Citizens are being sworn in  
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez recently welcomed more than 800 new citizens during swearing-in ceremonies at Sacramento’s Memorial Auditorium. Gonzalez noted how his experience and background mirrored their own.
 
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Photo: Sacramento State seeks students at St. Paul's Missionary Baptist Church  
Sacramento State, the California State University and St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church once again teamed up to promote the importance of a college education to prospective students, their families and educational leaders. An educational summit, “Returning to Our Roots to Educate Our Children,” was held Saturday, June 7, at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento.
 

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Photo: Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez helped honor Will C. Wood principal James Wong during the school’s Family Celebration of Literacy. From left are Wong, Sacramento City Unified School District associate superintendent Mary Hardin Young, President Gonzalez, ethnic studies professor Gregory Mark, and dean Otis L. Scott.  
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez helped honor Will C. Wood principal James Wong during the school’s Family Celebration of Literacy. From left are Wong, Sacramento City Unified School District associate superintendent Mary Hardin Young, President Gonzalez, ethnic studies professor Gregory Mark, and dean Otis L. Scott.
 

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Photo: President Alexander Gonzalez was a keynote speaker at the annual Chavez Youth Leadership Conference.  
An update on Sacramento State’s 2008-09 budget was outlined during an April 24 panel presentation led by University President Alexander Gonzalez in the University Union Ballroom. The University’s Budget Advisory Committee, UBAC, is working to minimize the impacts under the governor’s proposed budget, but a final state package is still far from being settled.
 

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Photo: President Alexander Gonzalez was a keynote speaker at the annual Chavez Youth Leadership Conference.  
 
President Alexander Gonzalez was a keynote speaker at the annual Chavez Youth Leadership Conference on Saturday, March 29, at Sierra College. Gonzalez addressed the attendees—mainly sixth to 12th graders, and their parents—in the College’s Dietrich Theatre and encouraged them, through personal anecdotes and his experiences as a University professor and president, to stay on the path to college.
 
 
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Photo: Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez invited parishioners at St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church in Oak Park to help the University encourage more young people to go to college.  
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez invited parishioners at St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church in Oak Park to help the University encourage more young people to go to college.
 
 
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Photo: Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez told the university community at his spring address on Jan. 24 to remain forward-looking, and dedicated to maximizing opportunities and minimizing damage from potential cuts in the University’s 2008-09 budget.  
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez told the university community at his spring address on Jan. 24 to remain forward-looking, and dedicated to maximizing opportunities and minimizing damage from potential cuts in the University’s 2008-09 budget.
 
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Photo: McAuliffe Field Feb. 23, was a tribute to African-American athletes in times past who were denied the opportunity to participate in the national past time. Frank Williams, one of the honored guests, played with the Kansas City Monarchs and represented his team in the league’s final all-star game in 1960.  
The Negro League Tribute game, held at McAuliffe Field Feb. 23, was a tribute to African-American athletes in times past who were denied the opportunity to participate in the national past time. Frank Williams, one of the honored guests, played with the Kansas City Monarchs and represented his team in the league’s final all-star game in 1960. Both Williams and Jethro McIntyre, who played ball in the Montreal Expos farm system, were feted during pregame ceremonies by President Alexander Gonzalez, who presented them with replicas of Negro League uniforms.
 
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Photo: President Alexander Gonzalez addressed the more than 3,500 students at the Winter Commencement Dec. 21-22, 2007 at Arco Arena.  
President Alexander Gonzalez addressed the more than 3,500 students at the Winter Commencement Dec. 21-22, 2007 at Arco Arena.
 
 
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Photo:With two giant earth-movers as a backdrop, a new Sacramento State residence hall that will house 600 students was formally dedicated with a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 29. The 209,050 square-foot building will replace Foley Hall, a former residence hall built in 1959 that was being used as an office complex prior to its demolition in August.  
With two giant earth-movers as a backdrop, a new Sacramento State residence hall that will house 600 students was formally dedicated with a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 29. The 209,050 square-foot building will replace Foley Hall, a former residence hall built in 1959 that was being used as an office complex prior to its demolition in August.