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Sac State political clubs debate on ISIS, minimum wage

Rian Edington October 29, 2014

The College Democrats, the College Republicans, the College Socialists and Young Americans for Liberty faced off in a battle of wits, debating on raising minimum wage, affirmative action and foreign policy.The...

Affirmative action programs reconsidered under new California amendment

Ilian Cervantes February 19, 2014

California voters will reconsider affirmative action programs in higher education on the November ballot after a proposed amendment passed the Senate last month.Approved by 54.6 percent of California voters...

Faculty concerned about lack of diversity

Daisy Aguilar November 6, 2013

Despite the growing number of minority students at Sacramento State, the low number of minority faculty is evident throughout the university’s seven colleges.While 51.2 percent of the student body identify...

Affirmative Action would make schools less diverse

Jaime Carrillo October 29, 2013

Ending affirmative action at this juncture in American history is not only naive, but incredibly foolhardy. The U.S. Supreme Courts heard arguments on Oct. 10 whether or not they would uphold California...

Race and gender bad measure for future students

Editorial staff October 25, 2011

California Gov. Jerry Brown's veto of Senate Bill 185 this month prevented the reimplementation of universities being able to consider race and gender in student admissions. While Brown vetoed SB 185 for...

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