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Students, legislators discuss educational concerns at First Millennial Caucus

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Pubic Relations major Lyka Manalo participates in the question-and-answer portion of the first Millennial Caucus Tuesday in The Well's Terrace Suite at Sac State (Photo by Nicole Fowler)

Pubic Relations major Lyka Manalo participates in the question-and-answer portion of the first Millennial Caucus Tuesday in The Well's Terrace Suite at Sac State (Photo by Nicole Fowler)

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Letrice Fowler

Pubic Relations major Lyka Manalo participates in the question-and-answer portion of the first Millennial Caucus Tuesday in The Well's Terrace Suite at Sac State (Photo by Nicole Fowler)

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Over 80 Sacramento State staff, students and community members attended the first Millennial Caucus Tuesday in The WELL’s Terrace Suite. The town hall-styled gathering was a place for legislators to meet with millennials, targeting students to discuss concerns such as education and the ongoing problems of student debt, housing development, and technology, as well as ways to resolve other contemporary issues within the millennial generation. The 90-minute session also consisted of group talks, meet-and-greet with assembly members, and a question and answer session.

“We’re looking at going anywhere that millennials are”, former Assemblyman Dylan Hoffmann said. “Whether that is college campuses, companies that employ millennials, wherever we can engage with the generation. Sac State has been great to us. The students were amazing.”

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  1. Stud Area on July 13th, 2017 12:27 pm

    The millennial generation is known as innovators. They are the ones that will lead the whole country to a successful future. So when we see how concerned they are about the future of the educational system, we know that they are on the right path. Housing facilities issues and student debt may be the most important issues. The objective of today’s students is to make the learning process the way that will fit them. They need a place where they can make their research and discoveries so government’s task is to grant them what they deserve.

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