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The Ernest E. Tschannen complex took out $18 million from Sac State
Pfizer vaccine expected to arrive this week at Sac State, Nelsen says
COVID-19 vaccine could be administered to healthcare staff and nursing students starting next week
Mercy Sosa January 21, 2021
Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen spoke about how COVID-19 testing will be implemented on campus and Sac State’s budget Thursday at his livestreamed spring address.
The Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors appointed Samantha Elizalde to the position of executive vice president during its meeting Wednesday. Elizalde has served as vice president of academic affairs since fall 2020 and was appointed executive vice president following Donna Walters
ASI fills 2 vacant board positions before spring semester begins
Graduate studies director resigns over winter break, third ASI resignation of school year
Camryn Dadey, news editor • January 21, 2021
Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. filled 2 vacant positions on its Board of Directors after a third ASI director resigned over winter break.
The early move-outs prompted by the coronavirus leave the Riverview Hall plaza empty aside from two people pushing a wheeled moving cart on March 18, 2020. President Nelsen said 10% of residence hall students per week will undergo random COVID-19 surveillance tests in his spring address Thursday, and Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills said it will be voluntary.
Sac State residents will not be tested for COVID-19 weekly
10% of residents per week will undergo random surveillance testing
Mercy Sosa and Camryn Dadey January 20, 2021
In an email to residents on Wednesday, Sacramento State University Housing Services will conduct mandatory no-cost COVID-19 testing for housing residents and weekly COVID-19 surveillance testing.
Tanya Faison, founder of BLM Sacramento, holding the BLM and Pan-Africa flag as she leads the Reclaim MLK  car caravan hosted by BLM Sacramento and NAACP Sacramento on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. The caravan started at Grant High School then proceeded to Sacramento City College, then to Oak Park Community Center and ended at Sacramento State.
BLM Sacramento and NAACP Sacramento host caravan to honor MLK
A car caravan was used to meet social distancing criteria
Sara Nevis, Multimedia Editor • January 18, 2021

With music playing and people dancing outside their cars, Grand Avenue was packed by 8 a.m. with people waiting for the Reclaim MLK car caravan to start. By 9 a.m. there were about 100 cars ready to leave Grant High School to head to the first stop,...

Arath Chavez, a Sacramento State men’s soccer player, died Tuesday in a motorcycle accident, according to Sac State men
Sacramento State men’s soccer player dies in motorcycle accident
‘Arath was such a positive influence on everyone’
Mercy Sosa, news editor • January 14, 2021
Arath Chavez, a Sacramento State men’s soccer player, died Tuesday in a motorcycle accident, according to Sac State men's soccer head coach Mike Linenberger.
Trump supporters gather on Saturday, Nov. 14th, 2020 along 10th Street in front of the California State Capitol in response to Joe Biden’s projected election victory. South Korean flags could be seen alongside
Sac State responds to pro-Trump extremists storming the U.S. Capitol
Nelsen: 'We are witnessing terrorists trying to destroy the very foundations of our country'
Mercy Sosa and Chris Wong January 6, 2021
A mob of domestic terrorists supporting President Donald Trump broke into the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday while Congress convened to certify the presidential election declaring Joe Biden as a winner. Here’s what the Sac State community had to say.
Starting Dec. 21, Sac State students living in the dorms will have meals delivered Monday-Friday over the holiday break from five local restaurants thanks to a a $50,000 grant from the city of Sacramento. Photo by Dale Cruse/CC BY 2.0
Sac State dorms upgrade to 5-star food over the break
Mulvaney’s, Canon among the restaurants providing free meals to students
Max Connor, editor in chief • December 28, 2020
After a $50,000 grant was approved by the Justice for Neighbors program administered by the City Attorneys' Office, the roughly 60 students living in the dorms over the break will be delivered meals by some of the best restaurants in Sacramento.
FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence - education
FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence - education
Sara Nevis and Ian Ratliff December 19, 2020

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn and Jamilia Land to some may be unlikely friends, but that has not stopped Land from receiving criticism from the public for being friends with a police officer due to her line of work. Land, a self-described humanitarian,...

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