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The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Camryn Dadey

Camryn Dadey, news editor

Camryn Dadey is The State Hornet’s news editor. A Sacramento native, she has interned at POLITICO and is president of Sac State’s chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. She has worked at The State Hornet since fall 2020 and is majoring in political science-journalism.
All content by Camryn Dadey
(From left to right) Desiree McFarland, Mia Settles-Tidwell and Alan Figueroa-Camarena discuss Sacramento State’s anti-racism plan at a Zoom panel hosted by Associated Students Inc. Student Social Justice and Equity Council on Monday, Nov. 29, 2021. Panelists talked about the implementation of the plan and the importance of creating an anti-racist campus. Photo in background by Max Connor. Photos of panelists by Kris Hall.

[Photo] Sac State ASI committee hosts forum discussing anti-racism plan, convocation delay

December 1, 2021

(From left to right) Desiree McFarland, Mia Settles-Tidwell and Alan Figueroa-Camarena discuss Sacramento State’s anti-racism plan at a Zoom panel hosted by Associated Students Inc. Student Social Justice...

Members from the California Faculty Association protested California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro’s visit to Sacramento State on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021, advocating for fair contracts for faculty. In the event’s open forum, students advocated for removing police from campus and for further anti-racism initiatives on campus.

CSU Chancellor faces faculty protests, anti-racism questions at Sac State during visit

California Faculty Association asks Joseph Castro for fair pay for faculty
November 4, 2021
The California Faculty Association protested California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro’s visit to Sacramento State on Wednesday, advocating for a fair contract for faculty as well as anti-racism initiatives.

STATE HORNET BUZZED: Halloween Special

October 30, 2021

On this episode of Buzzed:    News editor Camryn Dadey, Newsletter editor Isabelle Juarez, DEI editor Emma Hall, and A&E staffer Zach Cimaglio discuss, debate and rank popular Halloween...

STATE HORNET BUZZED: Astrology Signs

October 27, 2021

On this episode of Buzzed: Editor-in-Chief Jordan Parker, managing editor Magaly Muñoz, digital editor Mercy Sosa, audience engagement editor Kaylin Flatland and news editor Camryn Dadey discuss and debate...

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Is your favorite Halloween candy good, bad, inedible or just ‘mid’?: STATE HORNET BUZZED

October 27, 2021

On this week’s spooky episode of Buzzed, we rank the most popular Halloween candies on a tier list to see which treats are the best and which ones are inedible. This week’s panel argues over how...

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Astrology signs — a fun way to connect with friends or completely pointless?: STATE HORNET BUZZED

October 18, 2021

Buzzed, The State Hornet’s variety show, returns for a third semester, and allows rotating panelists the opportunity to debate and discuss any topic, from food, to Marvel to Halloween stories. It's time...

A Facebook video posted May 1, 2020 went viral, showing Sacramento State professor Tim Ford and his wife Crystal Ford arguing with their neighbors. The State Hornet has compiled a timeline of instances of racism at Sac State. Graphic created in Canva.

TIMELINE: A look at the recent history of racism at Sac State

October 7, 2021
The State Hornet has compiled a timeline of instances of racism at Sac State and multiple resignations of Black administrators, as well as Sac State’s attempts to be an anti-racist campus.
Francis Yuen, faculty in social work, gets injected with his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Austin Friedheim on Jan. 28, 2021 in the Brown Bag room in the Union. 88 Sacramento State students are not in compliance with the university’s COVID-19 vaccination certification policy, according to President Robert Nelsen.

88 Sac State students failed to meet COVID-19 vaccination certification deadline

Noncompliant students will be disenrolled from on-campus classes
September 30, 2021
88 Sacramento State students are not in compliance with the university’s COVID-19 vaccination certification policy and will be disenrolled from all face-to-face classes by Oct. 13, according to a SacSend from President Robert Nelsen.
Sacramento State students will receive another grant from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) in the first week of October, according to a SacSend email from President Robert Nelsen. The amount that students receive is dependent on their financial aid and the number of units they are enrolled in. (Graphic made in Canva by Chris Wong and Camryn Dadey)

Sac State students to receive third round of HEERF grants

Money expected to be distributed in first week of October
September 28, 2021
Sacramento State students will receive another grant from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) in the first week of October, according to a SacSend email from President Robert Nelsen.
FILE PHOTO: Catherine Nigro, registered nurse for the Student Health Center, prepares for the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to be distributed to students and faculty in the Brown Bag room in the Union on Jan. 28, 2021. Sac State Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills said that professors have “not yet” been emailed a list of their students who missed the COVID-19 vaccine certification deadline.

Sac State struggles to deny campus access to students who missed vaccination deadline

September 16, 2021
While 2,206 Sacramento State students have still failed to certify their COVID-19 vaccination status and are denied access to campus, Sac State Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills told The State Hornet that professors have “not yet” been emailed a list of their students who were now denied access to campus.
(File photo) Sacramento State students walking on campus by Mendocino Hall in September 2019. 4,306 Sac State students failed to meet the Sept. 13 deadline to self-certify their COVID-19 vaccination status, according to an email from Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.

Sac State denies campus access to 4,306 students after failing to certify COVID-19 vaccination status

Students who fail to certify by Sept. 27 will have in-person courses administratively dropped
September 14, 2021
4,306 Sac State students failed to meet the Sept. 13 deadline to self-certify their COVID-19 vaccination status and are now denied access to campus, according to an email from Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.
La Elección del Reemplazo de Gobernador de California va ser el 14 de Septiembre. Votantes podrán decidir si el gobernador Gavin Newsom será reemplazado de su cargo o finalizará su mandato, que se acaba el 2 de Enero, 2023.

FAQ: Lo Que Deben Saber Sobre La Elección del Reemplazo del Gobernador de California

September 10, 2021

Mientras que la elección del reemplazo del gobernador de California se acerca, El State Hornet compiló varias preguntas frecuentes sobre la reelección y cómo votar. Pregunta: ¿Cuándo es la reelección? Respuesta:...

California’s gubernatorial recall election will take place on Sept. 14. Voters will decide if Gov. Gavin Newsom will be removed from office or finish out his term, which ends Jan. 2, 2023. Graphic by Anh Nguyen in Canva.

FAQ: What to know about California’s gubernatorial recall election

September 8, 2021
As the California gubernatorial recall election approaches, The State Hornet compiled answers to frequently asked questions about the recall, how to vote and where to vote in Sacramento.
(File photo) Nursing student Carmel Stewart (right) receives her first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in the Brown Bag Room of the University Union on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021. The State Hornet compiled answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine mandate and other COVID-19 safety protocols at Sac State.

FAQ: What to know about the COVID-19 vaccine mandate at Sac State

September 1, 2021
With the Sept. 13 deadline for Sac State students to certify their vaccination status quickly approaching, The State Hornet compiled answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine mandate and other COVID-19 safety protocols on campus.
Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen speaks about COVID-19 safety protocols on campus and the new anti-racism campus plan in his fall address on Aug. 25, 2021. As of last week, 48% of students and 40% faculty have certified their vaccination status, according to Nelsen. Photo taken via Zoom by Camryn Dadey.

Sac State President Robert Nelsen updates campus on COVID-19 protocols as fall semester approaches

48% of students certified vaccination status as of last week
August 25, 2021
Mask requirements, vaccine certifications, the anti-racism campus plan and more: Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen shared plans for the semester in his fall address Wednesday.
Chet Madison Jr. speaks at a virtual town hall discussing his candidacy for Sacramento State Chief of Police on May 20, 2021. Madison was announced as the new chief of the Sacramento State Police Department on Tuesday, according to Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Bowman. Photo taken via Zoom by Alec Ramey.

Sacramento County chief deputy named Sac State police chief

Chet Madison Jr. will begin on Sept. 1
August 17, 2021
Chet Madison Jr., a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy, has been named the new chief of the Sacramento State Police Department, according to Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Bowman.
(Left to right) Deputy Chief of Rutgers University police Michael Rein, Sacramento County Sheriff Captain Todd Henry and Sacramento County Sheriff Chief Deputy Chet Madison Jr. speak at virtual town halls discussing their candidacies for Sacramento State Chief of Police. Current Chief Mark Iwasa announced in March that he would be retiring over the summer. Photos taken via Zoom by Erick Salgado, Emma Hall and Alec Ramey. Graphic made in Canva.

[Photo] 3 Sac State Chief of Police candidates selected, speak at town halls

May 21, 2021

(Left to right) Deputy Chief of Rutgers University police Michael Rein, Sacramento County Sheriff Captain Todd Henry and Sacramento County Sheriff Chief Deputy Chet Madison Jr. speak at virtual town halls...

William “Skip” Bishop and Melinda Wilson Ramey will serve as interim vice presidents for Sacramento State’s Division of Inclusive Excellence, according to a SacSend email sent by Sac State President Robert Nelsen on Friday, May 14, 2021. This announcement came two weeks after Nelsen announced current Vice President for Inclusive Excellence Diana Tate Vermeire is leaving the university as of May 21. Photos courtesy of Sacramento State. Graphic made in Canva.

Nelsen chooses interim vice presidents to lead Division of Inclusive Excellence

William “Skip” Bishop and Melinda Wilson Ramey to fill in
May 14, 2021
William “Skip” Bishop and Melinda Wilson Ramey will serve as interim vice presidents for Sacramento State’s division of inclusive excellence, according to a SacSend email sent by Sac State President Robert Nelsen on Friday.
Diana Tate Vermeire, Sacramento State vice president for inclusive excellence, is leaving the university May 21, 2021, according to a SacSend email sent by Sac State President Robert Nelsen. Vermeire accepted a new position as the senior vice president of strategy at the Schott Foundation for Public Education. Photo courtesy of Sacramento State.

Sac State vice president for inclusive excellence leaving university

April 30, 2021
Diana Tate Vermeire, Sacramento State’s vice president for inclusive excellence, is leaving the university May 21, 2021, according to a SacSend email sent by Sac State President Robert Nelsen.
(File photo) Austin Friedheim, nursing student at Sacramento State, fills the needle up with the COVID-19 vaccine to inject patients in the Brown Bag room in the Union on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021. The California State University system will require faculty, staff and students who will be accessing campus facilities in fall 2021 to receive the COVID-19 vaccination after the Food and Drug administration gives approval, according to an email announcement by the CSU on Thursday.

CSU to require COVID-19 vaccination for fall 2021 semester

Requirement will be established upon FDA approval
April 22, 2021
The California State University system will require faculty, staff and students who will be accessing campus facilities in fall 2021 to receive the COVID-19 vaccination after the Food and Drug administration gives approval, according to an announcement by the CSU Thursday.
(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

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.
(Left to right) Samantha Elizalde and Michael Beller are both running to be Associated Students, Inc. President for the 2021-2022 school year. Voting in ASI elections takes place April 7 and 8 on the ASI website. Background photo by Shaun Holkko. Candidate photos by Michael Pacheco.

[Photo] ASI Board of Directors candidates share platforms ahead of elections

April 7, 2021

(Left to right) Samantha Elizalde and Michael Beller are both running to be Associated Students, Inc. President for the 2021-2022 school year. Voting in ASI elections takes place April 7 and 8 on the ASI...

PODCAST: Breaking Down the Walls: Future of ‘The Bachelor’ amid racism in franchise

PODCAST: Breaking Down the Walls: Future of ‘The Bachelor’ amid racism in franchise

March 19, 2021
This episode of opinion editor Magaly Muñoz’s chat podcast “Breaking Down the Walls” features co-news editors Mercy Sosa and Camryn Dadey reacting to the most recent season of “The Bachelor” and discussing the future of the franchise.
PODCAST: Fall 2021 hybrid options detailed

PODCAST: Fall 2021 hybrid options detailed

March 19, 2021
Happy Spring Break! Listen to today’s State Hornet Podcast detailing fall 2021’s hybrid course options and more, and tune in this weekend and after the break for more State Hornet Podcast Network content.
FILE PHOTO: Catherine Nigro, registered nurse for the student health center, prepares for the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to be distributed to students and faculty in the Brown Bag room in the Union on Jan. 28, 2021. Sacramento County entered the red tier of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday, allowing some businesses to open indoors with modifications, according to California’s COVID-19 informational website.

Sacramento County enters red tier of COVID-19 restrictions

Some businesses can now open indoors with modifications
March 16, 2021
Sacramento County entered the red tier of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday, allowing some businesses to open indoors with modifications, according to California’s COVID-19 informational website.
Wayne Cheung, left, and Francisco De La Torre III, right, were sworn in to the Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. Cheung and De La Torre filled the two remaining vacancies on the board. Screenshots taken by Michael Pacheco via Zoom.

[Photo] ASI appoints two new members to fill out remaining board vacancies

February 17, 2021

Wayne Cheung, left, and Francisco De La Torre III, right, were sworn in to the Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. Cheung and De La Torre filled the...

Montana Grizzlies guard Cameron Parker (11) attempts a layup over Sacramento State Hornets forward Samaad Hector (0) during the second half during the conference game at the Nest at Sac State Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021. Hector said he got sick and is awaiting COVID-19 test results.

Men’s basketball game canceled as player awaits COVID-19 test results

February 5, 2021
Sacramento State’s men’s basketball team cancelled their game on Saturday with UC San Diego after Sac State junior forward Samaad Hector said he got sick and is awaiting COVID-19 test results.
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 resignation from the position in November 2020. Photo taken via Zoom by Camryn Dadey.

ASI fills 2 vacant board positions before spring semester begins

Graduate studies director resigns over winter break, third ASI resignation of school year
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
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.
Samantha Elizalde, ASI Vice President of academic affairs, spoke in favor of offering a credit/no credit option to students in the fall semester during ASIs board meeting Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020. The board approved a resolution supporting a credit/no credit option. Screenshot taken by Camryn Dadey via Zoom.

Sac State provost says it may be too late to implement credit/no credit

ASI approves resolution in support of credit/no credit option for fall semester
November 25, 2020
Sacramento State’s ASI Board of Directors approved a resolution in support of a credit/no credit option for the fall semester during its meeting Wednesday, but the provost of academic affairs said it may be too late in the semester for administration to implement.
Associated Students, Inc. executive Vice President Donna Walters resigned during the boards meeting Wednesday. Walters said her resignation was effective immediately and was resigning to focus on a new job opportunity. Photo courtesy of ASI

Sac State ASI executive vice president resigns effective Wednesday

Donna Walters said she resigned to focus on a new job opportunity
November 25, 2020
Sacramento State ASI’s executive vice president Donna Walters resigned from the board of directors effective today during its meeting Wednesday on Zoom.
PODCAST: Breaking updates on COVID-19 on campus

PODCAST: Breaking updates on COVID-19 on campus

November 23, 2020
This week on The State Hornet Podcast co-deputy news editor Camryn Dadey and podcast editor Robbie Pierce discuss breaking updates on COVID-19 on campus and how Sacramento State plans to even further reduce the number of people on campus.
Lisa Dalton, ASIs executive and board associate, and Lexie Tesch, a civic engagement coordinator for ASIs Office of Governmental Affairs, discuss their roles in ASIs 2020 Buzz the Ballot campaign. ASI registered 1,767 students to vote in the 2020 election through its campaign, coming in third place in the statewide Ballot Bowl. Photos taken via Zoom by Jenna Cooper. Promotional graphics provided by ASI.

ASI registers 1,767 students to vote in Buzz the Ballot campaign

Sac State takes third place in statewide Ballot Bowl
November 19, 2020
Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. registered 1,767 students to vote in its Buzz the Ballot campaign, registering more than double its goal and placing Sac State third in the statewide Ballot Bowl.
PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Hornet Speaker Series – Russ Buettner

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Hornet Speaker Series – Russ Buettner

November 17, 2020
During our Hornet Speaker Series last month, Sac State alumnus Russ Buettner joined us to discuss his career as a Pulitzer Prize-winning political investigative reporter. Buettner, who was part of the team that broke the story about President Donald Trump’s tax returns, also talks about how to find attention and respect in such a fast media cycle.
Students exit The WELL at Sacramento State on April 17, 2020. After temporarily closing due to COVID-19 in March 2020, the vision center, located in the WELL, was permanently closed December 2020.

Sac State reaches record number of positive COVID-19 cases

22 positive cases connected to the university, 6 on campus last week
November 16, 2020
Sacramento State reported its highest one-week total number of positive COVID-19 cases connected to campus for the week of Nov. 9 to Nov. 15.
A Sacramento State student was the victim of extortion via email by an unidentified foreign group, according to the Sacramento State Police Department. The crime was reported to Sac State PD Oct. 22.

Sac State student victim of email extortion by unidentified foreign group

Explicit photographs used to extort money from student
November 16, 2020
A Sacramento State student was the victim of extortion via email by an unidentified foreign group which was reported to the Sac State Police Department Oct. 22. The scammers used the student’s explicit photographs to extort money from them online.
PODCAST: Protestors clash at Capitol, Sac State football player tests positive for COVID-19

PODCAST: Protestors clash at Capitol, Sac State football player tests positive for COVID-19

November 16, 2020
Trump supporters protest at the Capitol in favor of an election recount, recalling Gov. Gavin Newsom and against lockdown, Sac State President Robert Nelsen testifies to the State Assembly about the impact of COVID-19 on campus, a Sac State football player tests positive for COVID-19 and more.
Hornet Stadium on Oct. 6, 2020. A Sacramento State football player has tested for COVID-19 causing him and 13 other players to be placed in quarantine. Assistant Athletic Director Brian Berger said the players are no longer in quarantine.

Sac State football player tests positive for COVID-19

13 other players were quarantined, tested negative
November 13, 2020
13 Sacramento State football players quarantined after a player tested positive for COVID-19 according to Brian Blomster, director of news and communications at Sac State.
Steven Salcido, associate vice president for student services and enrollment management systems, updates the ASI Board of Directors on Sac States enrollment for the fall 2020 semester. The board approved a resolution recognizing the universitys enrollment achievements during its board meeting Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020. Screenshot taken by Camryn Dadey via Zoom.

Sac State ASI discusses student demographics, 31,510 enrolled this fall

Latino, Hispanic population largest demographic at Sac State at 31% of students
November 5, 2020
Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc.’s Board of Directors discussed demographics for the fall 2020 semester and announced that 1800 students registered to vote through ASI’s Buzz the Ballot campaign at its board meeting Wednesday.
Rachel Renee, local Christian singer and song-writer, performs for dozens on the front lawn of the California State Capitol on Nov. 3, 2020. Sacramento State’s Division of Student Affairs is hosting a series of post-election day events beginning Wednesday Nov. 4, 2020 according to an email sent to students and faculty. Background photo taken by Patrick Posuniak.

Post-election events planned for Sac State students this week

Community dialogues hosted by Student Health and Counseling Services
November 4, 2020
Sacramento State’s Division of Student Affairs is partnering with different centers on campus to host a series of post-Election Day events to provide support for students' mental health after the election and explain the results.
Noah Marty, ASI president, announces the ASI Board of Directors support for Proposition 16 on Californias ballot during a board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. The board also announced the schedule for its 2021 ASI elections during the board meeting. Screenshot taken by Camryn Dadey via Zoom.

ASI announces schedule for its 2021 elections, support for Prop 16

Voting in ASI elections will be open to students April 7 and 8
October 28, 2020
Sacramento State’s ASI Board of Directors announced the dates of its 2021 election and passed a resolution supporting California Prop 16 during its board meeting Wednesday.
Measure B on Sacramento’s Ballot this year, also called the Independent Redistricting Timeline Exception, focuses on the timeline of redistricting that the city follows after receiving population data from the 2020 census.

FAQ: All about Measure B on Sacramento’s ballot

Measure proposes extension for redistricting after census data is delayed
October 22, 2020
Sacramento’s Measure B proposes an extension for redistricting after census data is delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PODCAST: New details on former ASI president’s resignation, Sac State opts out of spring football

PODCAST: New details on former ASI president’s resignation, Sac State opts out of spring football

October 19, 2020

This week on The State Hornet Podcast, podcast editor Robbie Pierce and managing editor Madeleine Beck are joined by staffer Camryn Dadey to discuss new information regarding former ASI President Christian...

Former ASI president Christian Landaverde and executive vice president Jennifer Gross resigned from their positions on March 13, 2020. Landaverde said he decided to step down due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down campus and his desire to focus on other opportunities.

Former ASI president Christian Landaverde says resignation was due to COVID-19 campus closure

‘I was approaching the lame duck months of the presidency’
October 12, 2020
Former ASI president Christian Landaverde details the reasons for his resignation last semester, saying it was due to the campus closure caused by COVID-19 occurring during the “lame duck” months of his presidency.
Noah Marty, ASI president, discusses his involvement registering students to vote in the upcoming presidential election during the Board of Directors meeting Wednesday. Marty said their goal is to register 800 people to vote by the election in November. Screenshot taken via Zoom.

ASI grapples with low student government participation at board meeting

Meeting recap for 10/7
October 8, 2020
Sacramento State’s ASI Board of Directors discussed registering students to vote and aims to increase on-campus participation in student government.
Sacramento States Associated Students, Inc. board of directors voted  to change how funding for clubs is allocated in order to be more unbiased Wednesday. The board also approved its strategic priorities for the year, focusing on anti-racism and advocacy.

Sac State ASI changes financial policy for clubs following CSU San Marcos’ anti-abortion club lawsuit

Strategic priorities focus on anti-racism efforts and voter registration on campus
September 23, 2020
Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors voted to approve their strategic priorities for the academic year and financial policies for clubs Wednesday.
Members of the Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors explain their motivations for serving in student government. The board as a whole discussed their strategic priorities for the year at their meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Photo of Donna Walters courtesy of ASI, photo Joshua Bozarth courtesy of himself, and other photos via Zoom screenshot.

Running a campus during virtual semester: Meet Sac State’s ASI Board

September 21, 2020
The members of Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors discuss their roles and why serving on the board is important to them.
Sacramento State Associated Students Inc. held a board meeting Wednesday Sept. 9, 2020 to discuss several topics include a $1.7 million revenue decline. The board also discussed education on activism, anti-racism and white fragility.

Sac State ASI loses $1.7 million in revenue due to COVID-19

ASI Board of Directors discusses strategies to provide financial relief and anti-racism support for students.
September 9, 2020
Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. discussed the financial impact of COVID-19 on students, as well as the loss of $1.7 million in program service fees in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.
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