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Atkins’ season so great, apples can’t stay on trees -

October 23, 2017

‘The Next Iron Chef’’s Marc Forgione speaks at UMass -

October 23, 2017

Record start powers UMass football to 55-20 win over Georgia Southern -

October 23, 2017

Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette spends off-day in Amherst -

October 23, 2017

UMass field hockey loses weekend set -

October 23, 2017

Minutewomen fail to make A-10 tournament, lose to Flyers -

October 23, 2017

DeSantis penalty kick lifts UMass men’s soccer over Dayton -

October 23, 2017

It’s time to reform RAPs at UMass -

October 23, 2017

Safe spaces and the politics of paranoia -

October 23, 2017

Letter: Hold Clinton accountable for her mistakes -

October 23, 2017

Destroyer’s ‘ken’ is a perfect median of rock and techno -

October 23, 2017

Experienced Ohio State club too much for UMass hockey in 3-0 loss -

October 22, 2017

Season-high 29 saves from Matt Murray proves lone highlight in UMass hockey’s 3-0 shutout loss to Ohio State -

October 22, 2017

UMass football picks up first win of the season in blowout win over Georgia Southern -

October 21, 2017

Student in critical condition after pedestrian-vehicle accident on Friday -

October 21, 2017

UMass women’s soccer fails to secure spot in A-10 tournament with loss to Saint Louis -

October 21, 2017

Struggles with special teams sinks UMass hockey -

October 21, 2017

UMass hockey drops second of the year in 3-1 loss to Ohio State -

October 20, 2017

Amazon textbook contract ending in December 2018 -

October 19, 2017

UMass field hockey heads into crucial A-10 matchup -

October 19, 2017

North Indian singer performs at Sacramento State

North Indian performing artist, Padma Talwalkar, will visit Sacramento State on Sunday, Oct. 1 to vocalize her talents. A well-known classical vocalist, Talwakar has received recognition as being one of the outstanding female vocalists of the younger generation. Her original style was acquired through different types of training. Talwakar

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Assemblyman encourages students to get involved

Assemblyman Anthony Pescetti, R-10th District, spoke Tuesday at the University Union in an effort to draw support for Republicans and increase the involvement of campus students in the election process. Pescetti, who is up for re-election in November, said this was just one of many stops he will make around the area to encourage the younger age group to get more politically active. “It

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Volleyball beats Saint Mary

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Senator hired as faculty adviser and part-time instructor for California Senate Fellows program

California State Senator Patrick Johnston (D-Stockton) has been hired as an academic adviser and part-time instructor to the California Senate Fellows program at Sacramento State. The program is a joint partnership between the California State Senate and the Center for California Studies at Sac State. Johnston, who recently received a special master

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Sactown Sounds: Something of Substance

Something of Substance, based out of Fair Oaks, is a band on the rise. The band combines rock, pop, funk, and alternative sounds for that substantial musical listening experience. Substance members include lead singer T.J. Chopelas, lead guitarist Vic Chico, bassist Ryan Schmit, and drummer Randy Tan. They bring to Sacramento a music act that is, as the name suggests, something worth seeing. The group has been together since January of ’99, playing a lot of shows at a lot of venues in town, filling up places such as The Press Club, Old Ironsides, Big Shots, Bojangles, and The Boardwalk….

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Students speak up

Students spend years in college, desperately fumbling toward that ever-so-sacred diploma. But what happens after the years of hard work and midterms come to an end? Let’s ask the lucky ones who have finally crossed the finish line. Three graduates offer their stories, suggestions, and insights. Shad Selby, 31, is a double major who will receive his diploma at the completion of this semester. He is majoring in communications video production and photography. Selby is already a professional photographer with work published in “Sacramento Magazine,” “The Sacramento Bee,” and others. He plans to establish a photography business and get into…

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Men defeat No. 2 Santa Clara

It was an successful season opening weekend for the Sac State men

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Gerth made the right decision to allow tailgating

Sacramento State President Donald Gerth made the right decision this week when he issued guidelines for tailgating parties at Hornet Stadium

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Exchange student, family adjust to new lifestyle

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Director of School of Arts a noteworthy leader

In his college days, he thought he would pursue a career playing the saxophone. But now, from his newly created and classically designed office on the third floor of Mendocino Hall, Rollin Potter calmly, confidently and patiently directs Sacramento State

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McNair Scholars Program looking for future Sac State grad students

Sacramento State is looking for students to apply for the McNair Scholars Program this month to help first-generation, low income, and under-represented students achieve preparation for doctoral study. The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, funded by the federal organization TRIO, has 158 sites at universities across the country. The program was named in honor of one of the astronauts that died in the 1986 Challenger space shuttle explosion. The program is limited to 24 junior or senior students enrolled at Sac State. “We are one of nine CSU

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Naked Women Everywhere

Have you seen the magazines in the University Union Store? My god, the women on those covers might as well be naked. The competition between these advertisement-dominated-mini-books is so tense that they are outright whoring women to sell their product. So what else is new? Women being judged primarily on their looks probably started with the Miss America pageant. That “accepted behavior” protruded into movies and then magazine covers. While I’m not a big fan of the whole meat market parade, a little variety would be nice, like some men perhaps? Feminists want equality. Well, so do I! That is…

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Fee increase may curb parking nightmares

Continuing in its quest to ease the parking situation at Sacramento State, the University Transportation and Parking Services

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Case of man charged with attacking Sac State Professor dismissed

The charges against the man arrested for the attempted robbery of a Sacramento State Chemistry professor last semester have been dismissed due to lack of evidence. Russ Dietrich from the Sacramento County District Attorney

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Efforts being made to increase safety on campus for students

Facilities Management has increased the lighting on campus and trimmed shrubbery in an effort to increase the safety on campus. “One of our goals is to keep this campus a safe place,” said David Braverman, associate vice president for Student Affairs and chair of the campus safety committee. Even though the low crime rate on campus is mostly nonviolent burglary and car theft, campus safety was the key concept that Associated Students Inc. President Jason Bryant promoted during his campaign. “There is a perception that people don

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Homecoming week events

This year’s Homecoming week for Sacramento State will be jam- packed full of things to do and see on campus. With events like a 5k run, open forums, a banner contest, the opening of the Alumni Center, mixers and a luncheon by the alumni, it seems like there will be endless possiblities of activities to do. In addition, a bonfire rally, dedications, parties, the Homecoming football game and more, will all occur the week of Sunday, Oct. 8 through Saturday, Oct. 14. Kicking the week off on Sunday, Oct. 8 at 8 a.m. in the Hornet Stadium is the 5k…

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Environmentally-conscious music festival comes to town

The semester is over and it’s time to unwind. If a variety of good music and tasty food is what you want, look no further. The seventh annual Sacramento Heritage Festival will be held June 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. at Camp Pollock, located at Northgate Blvd. and Garden Highway, along the north shores of the American River. The festival began in 1994 with 42 bands and 500 people in the crowd. This year it has grown to over 120 bands and 8,000 people are expected to attend, said Mike Balma, a member of the board…

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Hornet Happenings

Monday, Sept. 11 “Composite: Graphics, Interior Design and Photography,” student show, Mariposa Hall 4000. Continues to Sept. 15. For more information, call (916) 278-6394. Tuesday, Sept. 12 “Can We Just Get Along,” Open Forum exploring sensitive issues which separate groups. Hosted by the Multi-Cultural Center. University Union Foothill Suite, noon. Wednesday, Sept. 13 “Beer Dawgs,” swamp rock. Joe Serna Jr. Plaza. “Sac-Mentoring Information Session,” sponsored by Criminal Justice Department at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. and 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14. Douglas Hall 212. For more information, call 278-5094. Thursday, Sept. 14 “16 De Septiembre (Mexican Independence…

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Packed crowd fuels Hornets

Get used to the sound of the cannon at Hornet Stadium this year. If Saturday night is any indication, it will be put into action a lot this season. The Hornets jumped out to a 30-0 half-time lead versus Cal Poly, and went on to take a 37-18 victory, before a crowd of 16,557, the largest home-opening crowd that Sac State has ever had. “The fans can help us, we need them,” said head coach John Volek, visibly pleased with the large crowd that saw his team improve to 2-0. “It was great hearing them get loud in the right…

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Forty years ago, today…

Time Capsule – Sept. 13, 1960 At the Movies – Ah, the power of family. Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” terrifies audiences and enrages censors as a groundbreaking thriller starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, and one unforgettable scene leading to an anti-shower movement. In Music – Creating an overnight sensation with a chart topping hit, Chubby Checker and “The Twist” keep teenagers across America swiveling their hips to a revolutionizing dance. On the Tube – Primetime on ABC television tonight sets “The Untouchables” on the mean streets of Chicago to battle it out with assassins who are after the mayor. In Sports…

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