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From Runway to Radio: Sac State student model and radio show host tells her story

From Runway to Radio: Sac State student model and radio show host tells her story

Jordan Latimore

March 20, 2020

For most people, the dilemma that is presented in finding their passion is usually a great one. For some, it's the exact opposite.  Born and raised in Antioch CA, Sacramento State junior Felicity Scott had an idea of what she truly wanted to do at a young age. The idea of expressing her artistic...

‘Gender-blind’ Romeo & Juliet play canceled amid coronavirus concerns

‘Gender-blind’ Romeo & Juliet play canceled amid coronavirus concerns

Piper Haitsuka and Laura Tang

March 19, 2020

Sacramento State’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” was intended to break gender boundaries in a unique rendition of the popular play by William Shakespeare, but it was cancelled in an effort to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.  All of the scheduled theatre productions have been cancelled for...

Sac State alumnus and musician dreams big, says, ‘Always share your candy’

Sac State alumnus and musician dreams big, says, ‘Always share your candy’

Brooke Uhlenhop

March 18, 2020

To most, becoming Sacramento State’s most notable alumni is not even a thought, but it is a goal musician Harris Rudman works toward everyday.  “All I’ve ever really wanted in my career is to be the most notable Sac State alum,” said Rudman, who graduated in 2016. “I always joke that you...

A Sac State model’s journey from struggles to seniority

A Sac State model’s journey from struggles to seniority

Gavin Rock

March 6, 2020

Sacramento State kinesiology major Tajah Bona’e is not only a model with an expansive portfolio, but also a blogger with advice for young adults, recipes for healthy dishes and poetry.  Bona’e first got the idea to model in high school, it wasn’t until her sophomore year at Sac State that sh...

Sac State artist CubeOfCheese releases new song featuring fellow student

Sac State artist CubeOfCheese releases new song featuring fellow student

Tara Gnewikow

March 4, 2020

Sacramento State sophomore Billy Hernandez has made music under the eye-catching name CubeOfCheese since 2016.  “I have a psychological connection with a piece of cheese, the dairy product,” Hernandez said. “He’s really the creative genius in this music duo. He comes up with all the ideas ...

Sac State’s ‘A Deeper Look’ art gallery showcases underwater perspective on adversity

Sac State’s ‘A Deeper Look’ art gallery showcases underwater perspective on adversity

Piper Haitsuka

March 2, 2020

"A Deeper Look" by Sacramento State student Carmen Tham will be on display in the Raymond Woodrow and Joyce Witt gallery in Kadema Hall Monday through Friday.  Exploring themes of happiness and beauty using an acrylic medium, “A Deeper Look” displays about a dozen paintings.  “Many...

Black Art of Dance brings tradition to Sac State

Black Art of Dance brings tradition to Sac State

Alexis Perales

February 27, 2020

Sacramento State held the first performance of the Sacramento/Black Art of Dance: Inner/Visions Wednesday night in the Dancespace in Solano Hall. Performances will continue until Sunday. The performance is a celebration of the movement culture within African and African American modern dance. The pe...

Tower Brewing Company offers more than just beer

Tower Brewing Company offers more than just beer

Gavin Rock

February 18, 2020

Live music, food trucks, and giant Jenga; what do these three have in common? All and more activities are featured at Tower Brewing Company. Tower is located at 1210 66th St., in the alley next to the Academy 65 apartment building. Tower has an enclosed open area with tables right in front of the entr...

Crocker Art Museum hosts Family Festival to celebrate Black History Month

Crocker Art Museum hosts Family Festival to celebrate Black History Month

Erick Salgado

February 17, 2020

The Crocker Art Museum hosted its annual Black History Month Family Festival  Sunday in an effort to promote knowledge around Black History Month.  Akinsanya Kambon, a former Black Panther member and Sacramento native attended the festival where he showcased his ceramic sculptures.  Kambon al...

‘Neon and Nostalgia’ lights up as first University Union Gallery exhibition of 2020

‘Neon and Nostalgia’ lights up as first University Union Gallery exhibition of 2020

Piper Haitsuka and Tara Gnewikow

January 31, 2020

The University Union Gallery at Sacramento State held the opening reception for “Neon and Nostalgia” by photographer René Domingo on Thursday.    The exhibition is the first one of the spring semester and will be available until Feb. 13. It features photographs of neon signs taken primarily t...

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