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Sacramento State will break ground this summer on a 416-bed residence hall with spectacular views of the American River. The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved the $54.9 million project today.

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All eyes are focused on Sac State’s corpse flower, which bloomed Monday afternoon for the first time in 20 years. This giant of a plant is so named for its pungent fragrance upon blooming. It can go a decade or more between blossoms, so the occasion is a rather special one.

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Students, faculty and professionals at Sacramento State’s speech and language clinic want the public to know they currently have room for more clients, and they are looking forward to even roomier facilities with a pending move.

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Sacramento State has partnered with the Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento Sports Commission to bring March Madness back to the city in 2017 – and will serve as the official host school for the first two rounds of the prestigious NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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Middle-distance runner Lea Wallace, an American record-holder in the 4x800 relay, was one of Sacramento State's most celebrated student-athletes. And her legacy of speed lives on.

Lea Wallace's wildly successful Sacramento State track career earned her the title of greatest 800-meter runner in Big Sky Conference history. Her story is not without heartbreak, however, and that in part fuels the now-professional runner. Her sights now are trained on the 2016 Summer Games.

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