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By Matt Wagar (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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On Thursday at Sacramento State, the National Electrical Contractors Association Chapter of Greater Sacramento, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 340, and the Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Local 447 announced th...

Assemblyman to visit Sacramento State campus

By Christina Clem (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Anthony Pescetti (R-10th Assembly District) is scheduled to make an appearance Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 3pm in the Lobby Suite of the University Union. According to campaign aides, Pescetti is most likely to talk about the 2000 ...

Birth control methods for the sexually active

By Lisa Haley (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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An unplanned pregnancy can be a scary change in one's life. The Student Health Center on campus offers many options to help prevent these unplanned, life-altering pregnancies. The Student Health Center offers a variety of birth...

Leather jacket thought to be motive for attempted robbery on Guy West Bridge

By Josh Leon (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Sacramento City Police are currently investigating an attempted robbery that occurred on the Guy West Bridge on Sunday, Sept. 17 at about 11:30 p.m. A male victim reported that he and a friend were walking over the bridge when ...

Men’s soccer splits weekend games

By Jeff Boone (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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It was an up and down weekend for the Sac State men

Mexican Dance Group Accepting New Members

By Angela Basquez (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Raices Grupo Folklorico, the only all adult Mexican dance company in Sacramento, is accepting new members from Sacramento State. The dance group is encouraging anyone over 16 years of age who is interested in learning or pr...

NRA and Young Libertarians deliver message of personal rights

By Jennifer Dassell (Special to the Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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A senior lobbyist for the National Rifle Association told a Sacramento State audience on Monday that accidental death by guns in the United States is at its lowest point in 100 years. NRA member Steve Helsey said he believes it...

College enrollment to soar nationwide in next decade

By Vincent Estes

November 29, 1999

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(U-WIRE) EAST LANSING, Mich. - A large increase in college enrollment is expected throughout the next decade, according to a report issued last week by the National Center for Education Statistics. And Michigan State University offic...

History, Government Departments forced to move across campus

By Elizabeth Hume (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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After many years in Brighton and Alpine Halls, the History and Government Departments will be forced to relocate their offices to the third floor of Tahoe Hall in January, and some people are not happy about it. "We like our b...

Parents expected to protest Children’s Center program cut

November 29, 1999

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A protest over the plan to close the evening programs of the Children's Center in January

Rush week dominates library quad; Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Council recruit potential members

By Lai Saechao (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Council recruited potential sisters and brothers for its sororities and fraternities this past week. The purpose of the formalized process for the sororities is to ensure all of the chapters get a...

Enrollment figures released; university growing

By Brian McCaleb (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Although the final numbers for the Fall semester have not yet been processed completely, projected numbers were released at the annual budget meeting on Friday, Aug. 25. University officials said fall enrollment at Sacramento St...