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(File photo) Austin Friedheim, nursing student at Sacramento State, fills the needle up with the COVID-19 vaccine to inject patients in the Brown Bag room in the Union on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021. The California State University system will require faculty, staff and students who will be accessing campus facilities in fall 2021 to receive the COVID-19 vaccination after the Food and Drug administration gives approval, according to an email announcement by the CSU on Thursday.
CSU to require COVID-19 vaccination for fall 2021 semester
Mercy Sosa April 22, 2021
The California State University system will require faculty, staff and students who will be accessing campus facilities in fall 2021 to receive the COVID-19 vaccination after the Food and Drug administration gives approval, according to an announcement by the CSU Thursday.
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Sac State President Robert Nelsen and Sac State’s beach volleyball team unveiled the campus’ new sand court. Four months were spent building the 26,000 square foot court located on the west side of campus near the softball facility and tennis courts.
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DJ/promoter/music artist Alex Hernandez, 30, has his equipment setup in the kitchen of his studio apartment downtown Sacramento. He records and plays keyboard digitally with software that allows him to plug-in sounds of other instruments. Here, Hernandez is playing with a synthesizer plug-in Saturday, April 10, 2021.  (Robert J Hansen)
Sacramento’s music and live entertainment scene prepares for post-pandemic comeback
Summer brings hope, but business financial worries still loom
Robert J. Hansen April 17, 2021
Sacramento’s nightlife and music entertainment scene was thriving in the months leading up to the COVID-19 shut down last year according to local DJ Alex Hernandez.
Evan Jonigkeit as Greg in 20th Century Studios’ THE EMPTY MAN. Photo by Ilze Kitshoff. © 2020 20th Century Studios. All Rights Reserved.
OPINION: It’s time to join the hive of 'The Empty Man'
April 15, 2021
‘The Empty Man’ was released late last year and was met with a disastrous release. Though with it now being more readily available, the film has started to gain a cult audience online and opinion writer Bradley Hinkson is here to discuss why it deserves it.
PREVIEW: Sac State theater students to perform award-winning play through Zoom
PREVIEW: Sac State theater students to perform award-winning play through Zoom
April 7, 2021

Here is a sneak peak of Sac State’s online theatre production “We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884–1915.”  Hear from...

Artist Taylor Pannell stands next to a mannequin and in front of a self portrait inside her art studio Taylor’d Mind Studios in Sacramento on Feb. 3, 2021. The self-portrait is made from coffee watercolor and ink.
Sacramento artist offers art studio perfectly ‘Taylor’d’ to the community
April 3, 2021
Taylor Pannell considers her apartment turned art studio to be “The Home of Sacramento.”