Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Hall debuts with Hornets Saturday

By Khaled Dastagirzada (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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"If we beat Portland State, we will go on to a national championship this season." These were the words of Santi Hall, a former UCLA linebacker, who will play his first game for the Hornets against Portland State on Saturday. The ques...

Volek

By Jack Garceau (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Sac State head football coach John Volek has always loved football. He is the coach of the 2-1 Sac State Hornets, as well as a former player. But above all of that he is a father

Football takes home opener

By Russ Edmonson (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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On Saturday 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 Sacramento State has ever had. "The fans can help ...

Free your mind and spirit

By Georgette Todd (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Most of us wander the campus haggardly from class to class. In the midst of our daily grind we sometimes forget how to relax. Sacramento State sympathizes, they really do. That is why the CSUS Meditation Retreat Club is offering fr...

Water skiing off to regionals Saturday, set up for Nationals

By Jack Garceau

November 29, 1999

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For those of you that were not aware that Sac State had a water ski team, it may come as more of a surprise that they are quite successful. On Saturday, they will be headed to Phoenix, Arizona to compete in the Western Confe...

Brian Cline band rocks Sacramento State

By Antonio R. Harvey (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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The Brian Cline Band rocked the crowed Wednesday at Sacramento State's Joe Serna Plaza. Front man and guitarist Brian Cline, bassist Andrew Lion, electric guitarist Rob Sherman and drummer Paul Batres showed the audience why t...

Women

By Jeff Boone (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Suffering their first home loss of the season, the Sac State women

Wildfire Blazes at Los Alamos

November 29, 1999

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Firefighters on Thursday struggled to contain a wildfire accidentally set by the U.S. Park Service that has destroyed or damaged up to 400 houses in the evacuated town of Los Alamos and is threatening a nuclear weapons lab ne...

The Line

By Georgette Todd (State Hornet) and Georgette Todd (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Do you play basketball? Many strangers have uttered that phrase over the years and I don't know why. Well okay maybe it has to do with the fact that I am a six-foot female, but that shouldn't give people free access to comment on...

New device makes fingerprinting a snap

By Noah Dye (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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The Department of Public Safety has a new fingerprinting device called LIVE SCAN that is now fully operational and is available to the campus community. The new device will enable the public safety department to provide fingerprinting se...

Mexican Independence Day celebrates unity

By Angela Basquez

November 29, 1999

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Live music and enthusiastic people were present at Joe Serna Jr. Plaza Thursday night to celebrate Mexican Independence Day at the event titled, "Celebrando Nuestra Cultura." The event was sponsored by Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity, Mujer...

Volleyball defeats Northern Arizona in Big Sky Opener; falls to Weber State

By Amy Lindsey (State Hornet)

November 29, 1999

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Although it was expected to be one of the toughest matches of the season for Hornet volleyball, the Hornets shutout Northern Arizona in their Big Sky Conference opener on Friday in Hornet gym, taking all three games. The Horne...