February 5, 2016 By Sam Churich
The University's joyous celebration of Black History Month is underway with a packed schedule of informative and inspiring events. The headliner features an appearance by President Obama's maternal half-sister Maya Soetoro-Ng, who will speak about the ideas of leadership and conflict resolution during her presentation on Feb. 25.
For more on this month's festivities, take a look at the Black History Month events calendar.
February 3, 2016 by Laurie Hall
Recent graduates and Alumni Association members can access a number of Career Center services for free or at a discount. Job-search resources include events such as career fairs and lecture series, career counseling sessions, interviewing and resume-makeover workshops.
January 27, 2016 by Laurie Hall
Last fall, in its first semester of operation, more than 600 Sac State students used the services of the ASI Food Pantry. With the spring semester underway, it's time to stock up the Pantry with non-perishable groceries and household items for students in need.
You can make your donation to the Pantry in Yosemite Hall or at the ASI Hot Spot in the University Union. For operating hours or information on volunteering, visit the ASI Food Pantry website. President Robert S. Nelsen has also made the Pantry a campus fundraising priority and you can make your contirbution here.
January 22, 2016 by Sam Churich
This weekend's NFL AFC Championship game between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots features a Sac State twist. Clancy Barone '92 (Recreation Administration), Greg Knapp '86 (Communication Studies) and former Hornet athlete Todd Davis seek a trip to the Super Bowl as members of the Denver Broncos. Barone serves as the offensive line coach, Knapp as the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator and Davis plays inside linebacker. #HornetProud