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Sac State alum’s art in new Golden 1 Center inspired by local rivers

This article was originally published on StateHornet.com on Oct. 19, 2016.

When it was announced in early 2015 that an $8 million sculpture called “Coloring Book” by renowned artist Jeff Koons would be the centerpiece of downtown Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center, the community was shocked that it wasn’t a piece commissioned by one of the many talented artists in town. 746 more words

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Sac State Men's Golf Reacts To NCAA Regional Selection [VIDEO]

by Cutter Hicks, Sports 1140 KHTK

The Sacramento State Men’s Golf team, recently crowned Big Sky Conference Champions, will be heading to Stanford to compete in the NCAA Regional, held May 13-15. 97 more words


City and Microsoft to host DigiGirlz event, empowering young women in technology

2017 DigiGirlz Camp – Thursday, March 23 & Friday, March 24

Open to 8th & 9th Graders (Age 13+)

DigiGirlz 2017 is a FREE, two-day event, taking place on Thursday, March 23rd and Friday, March 24, from 8:30 a.m. 79 more words


Sac State working on two major maintenance projects

Originally published Nov. 7 by The State Hornet

Two maintenance projects with a total cost of $1,406,000 are underway at Sacramento State, using funds allocated to the campus as part of a one-time funding amount for the CSU system of $35 million for deferred maintenance. 982 more words

Daniel Wilson

Christine Miller first Sac State professor to chair CSU Academic Senate in 51 years

Originally published Oct. 28 by The State Hornet

Christine Miller, a professor of communication studies at Sacramento State, was appointed as the chair of the CSU Academic Senate (ASCSU) and is focusing on three major issues this year: reevaluating general education requirements, protecting faculty intellectual property and integrating quantitative reasoning into more coursework. 1,067 more words

Daniel Wilson