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Sac State Magazine

Fall 2013

 Sac State Magazine's Fall 2013 issue features a "Fresh Take on Food," including the role of our alumni, faculty and students play in an industry that is so vital to the state of California. Dig in for a seat at our Hornet alumni-farm-to-fork roundtable, a serving of timely tailgating tips and a recipe from a Food Network "Cupcake Wars" winner.

A Fresh Take on Food

Pull up a chair for our farm-to-fork roundtable where alumni Kitty O'Neal, Randy Paragary and Kurt Spataro share their philosophies about fresh, local food. Also Sac State's connection to peaches, healthy eating on campus and more. 

In this Issue


Scholarships
Fresh Take

Sac State alumni, including Kitty O'Neal '79, offer food for thought on the farm-to-fork movement.


Hornet Pride Challenge
Mealtime Makeover

Today’s campus dining comes with a focus on fresh and healthy.


Athletics
Titans of the Tailgate

To the victor goes the “Golden Spatula." Check out the multi-year award winning stinger sauce recipe.





Arts and Letters
Chef's Secret

Alan Wong '00 brought California-style sushi to China.


College of Business Administration
Bacteria Beware

With help from campus, a budding biologist is making food safer.



College of Education
Cupcake War-ior

Download: Cupcake Wars winning recipe

Also in this Issue


Scholarships
60 Years of Causeway

Show your Hornet pride in advance of our 60th annual battle against the visiting UC Davis Aggies.


College of Health and Human Services
Training the Trainers

Program preps grads to teach adults.



University Library
Student Alumni Association

About 200 current students are reaping the benefits of being a Sac State grad, like this fall's kick-off barbecue, through the Student Alumni Association.