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Presidents’ Spring Addresses: A culture of caring and innovation

Water Fountain Sacramento State is as much an ideal as it is a place in California’s capital. It’s an inclusive, hate-free haven, a place that cares – and a center for learning that supports innovation.

These and other themes were front and center as President Robert S. Nelsen delivered his final Spring Address on Thursday, Jan. 18, in the University Union Ballroom. The formal address will be replaced next year with a town hall format.

But the 2018 Spring Address had plenty in it. It was part checklist of tasks completed or in progress. But it also included Nelsen’s desire to build on the idea of Sac State being a “hate-free campus” and a place that is living up to its “sacred mission” of providing education to all who seek it.

The president was preceded at the podium by Associated Students Inc. President Mia Kagianas, who mirrored Nelsen’s message by calling for “a caring campus.”
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