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Author Chanel Miller reads an excerpt from her memoir “Know My Name” during the virtual “Healing Through Storytelling” event on Monday, April 19, 2021. Sacramento State hosted the event for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Screenshot taken via Zoom by Estefany Nuñez.
NYT Bestselling author Chanel Miller speaks on healing from sexual assault
Estefany Nuñez April 19, 2021
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, New York Times bestselling author of the memoir “Know My Name” Chanel Miller spoke about how she was able to heal through storytelling in an event hosted by the women’s and gender studies department.
STATE HORNET NEWS: Sac State administers COVID-19 vaccine, new ASI president and more
STATE HORNET NEWS: Sac State administers COVID-19 vaccine, new ASI president and more
Sara Nevis, Gerardo Zavala, Dominic Vitiello, and Chrissy Martinez April 19, 2021

On this edition of State Hornet news, Sac State begins COVID-19 vaccination to students on campus, and Samantha Elizalde wins election for ASI president with 55% of votes. As a result of the pandemic, 89% of college students are experiencing stress and...

EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO: Vacunas disponibles para estudiantes, nueva presidenta-electa de ASI y más.
EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO: Vacunas disponibles para estudiantes, nueva presidenta-electa de ASI y más.
Gerardo Zavala , Kimberly Gomez Santos, and Sara Nevis April 19, 2021

En esta edición de  El Avispón Del Estado, Sac State hace las vacunas de Pfizer disponibles para estudiantes, Erick Salgado platica con presidenta-electa de ASI Samantha Elizalde, el senado de facultad aprueba el requisito de estudios étnicos y informacion...

(File photo) Sacramento State students walking on campus by Mendocino Hall in September 2019. Students can now view proposed fall 2021 class schedules and course modalities on their Student Center, according to Provost Steve Perez.
Proposed fall 2021 class schedules for Sac State now visible on Student Center
Camryn Dadey, news editor • April 16, 2021
Proposed fall 2021 class schedules and course modalities are now visible to Sacramento State students on their Student Center, according to Provost Steve Perez.
Mark Montalvo, Sac State’s ASI financial and administrative director, discusses the budget for Sac State going into the 2021-2022 school year during an ASI meeting on Thursday, April 14, 2021. Montalvo said the budget projects ASI will face a $690,308 net loss. Screenshot taken via Zoom by Michael Pacheco.
Sac State ASI budget projects $690K loss amid campus return, lost revenue
Michael Pacheco and Chris Wong April 15, 2021
Sac State Associated Students, Inc. is projected to lose $690,000 next school year as it plans increases in student employment spending but predicts an over $200,000 hit to revenues.
Sacramento State students and faculty stand in line as they wait to receive their COVID-19 vaccination in the Brown Bag room at the University Union on Thursday, April 15, 2021. An estimate of 300 students signed up to receive their COVID-19 shots on campus Thursday, according to Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.
Sac State begins administering COVID-19 vaccines to students on campus
COVID-19 vaccine mandate under consideration by the CSU system
Gerardo Zavala April 15, 2021
Sac State has begun to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to students at the vaccination site on campus.
Assistant professor and registered nurse Stephanie Landers was among the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine Brown Bag room in the Union on Jan. 28, 2021.  Sacramento State students have begun to receive email invitations to be vaccinated for COVID-19 at the university’s vaccination site in the University Union, according to Sac State officials. 
COVID-19 vaccinations for Sac State students begins on campus Wednesday
Invitations sent to Sac State emails
Erick Salgado and Mercy Sosa April 13, 2021
Sacramento State students are now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations on campus and have begun receiving invitations to the university’s vaccination site.
Annette Reed, Tolowa Dee-ni
Native American ethnic studies chair recounts higher education journey
Truly a Tolowa woman
Emma Hall April 13, 2021
Annette Reed, one of 18 Native American faculty members at Sacramento State, has become a mentor and inspiration for Native American students at Sac State.
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