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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


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

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Hundreds of books being salvaged as library water leak cleanup finished

Originally published October 6, 2016 by The State Hornet

After a water line burst early on the morning of Sunday, Sept. 18, Grumpy Mule, Sac State’s newest coffee shop, was forced to cease operations until repairs to its floor could be completed. 544 more words

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Gov. Brown signs ‘California Promise’ bill

Originally published Sept. 27, 2016 by The State Hornet

Senate Bill 412 — the “California Promise” — was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 21, requiring the CSU system’s trustees to choose a minimum of 15 campuses to participate in the program by the 2017-18 academic year. 628 more words