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Multicultural Fair informs students about campus resources

Multicultural Fair informs students about campus resources

Raul Hernandez
April 29, 2017
Filed under Culture

The Residence Hall Quad was filled with people of all backgrounds celebrating their differences and promoting on-campus clubs at the Multicultural Fair on Wednesday. Participating groups at the fair included the College Assistance Migrant Problem, Japan Club, Mecha de Sac State, Queer Union, Brown Is...

Hornets drop doubleheader, lose 3-game series against Montana

Hornets drop doubleheader, lose 3-game series against Montana

Raul Hernandez
April 9, 2017
Filed under Softball, Sports

The Sacramento State softball team dropped Sunday’s doubleheader to Montana by identical 3-2 scores to end its three-game series against the Grizzlies this weekend at Shea Stadium. The Hornets won the first game of the series Saturday after freshman left fielder Suzy Brookshire (2-for-4 at the p...

OPINION: Do I know as much about Cesar Chavez Day as I should?

OPINION: Do I know as much about Cesar Chavez Day as I should?

Raul Hernandez
March 31, 2017
Filed under Featured, Opinion

As a child of two immigrant farm workers, I feel that I should have a wider depth of knowledge than I do regarding Cesar Chavez, one of the most important Mexican Americans. Of course, I know that Cesar Chavez was a civil rights activist for Latino farm workers and is known for his famous saying, ...

Granddaughter of Cesar Chavez speaks at luncheon dedicated to civil rights activists

Granddaughter of Cesar Chavez speaks at luncheon dedicated to civil rights activists

Raul Hernandez
March 10, 2017
Filed under Featured, News

Sacramento State continued to celebrate Cesar Chavez Legacy Week this Wednesday when a collective of campus groups held a luncheon for Sacramento State students and faculty, with a keynote address by Christine Chavez, granddaughter of the workers’ rights activist. The luncheon was organized by The Serna Cent...

New bill seeks to halt tuition increases

New bill seeks to halt tuition increases

Raul Hernandez
February 28, 2017
Filed under Featured, News

A bump on the road was placed in the possibility of a tuition increase when Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, D-Fullerton, and the leaders of the California Faculty Association (CFA) announced the Student Protection Act on Feb. 21. If passed, the bill would place a moratorium on increases in tuition and ...

VIDEO: Ceramics student create kiln

VIDEO: Ceramics student create kiln

Raul Hernandez
February 16, 2017
Filed under Video

(Video by Raul Hernandez and Sami Soto)