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Alum’s art in new Golden 1 Center inspired by local rivers

Alum’s art in new Golden 1 Center inspired by local rivers

Vu Chau

October 19, 2016

When it was announced in early 2015 that an $8 million sculpture called “Coloring Book” by renowned artist Jeff Koons would be the centerpiece of downtown Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center, the community was shocked that it wasn’t a piece commissioned by one of the many talented artists in tow...

Woman’s body found near Sac State, possible homicide

Jacob Abbott

April 29, 2016

UPDATED: A woman’s body was found floating in the American River near Sacramento State on Friday morning. Sacramento Police Department Lieutenant Glen Faulkner said the body had signs of trauma inconsistent with a drowning accident. Faulkner called in homicide detectives to help determine the cause of...

Field biology group explores nature

Rian Edignton

October 1, 2014

There are many interesting organizations at Sacramento State but one group, Field Biology Group, stands out as an outdoorsy and adventurous group.The FBG is a student run organization that plans trips and activities based on the students’ interest in science.This group may be more appealing to thos...

American River remains dry as water flows limited by drought

American River remains dry as water flows limited by drought

State Hornet Staff

January 28, 2014

As the warm morning sun shines on the American River reflecting the barren trees and sprawling shrubs from the surrounding area, Sacramento State students cross the Guy West Bridge and descend down into the aptly named Riverside Courtyard.But a closer look into Sacramento State’s backyard not only r...

President Alexander Gonzalez announces more new faculty, campus improvements

President Alexander Gonzalez announces more new faculty, campus improvements

Cesar Alexander

January 23, 2014

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez presented his 2014 spring address Thursday, addressing the goals and accomplishments the university has for the semester.Gonzalez announced 33,000 students applied for the fall, which is close to an all-time high and is positive news for school revenue.In rela...

Body found in American River

Body found in American River

Natalie Gray and Alex Poggione

March 5, 2013

Update: The Sacramento Bee is reporting the body found in the American River on Tuesday is that of 59-year-old Mark Lauchli, who was reported missing in February. A body was found in the American River this morning at approximately 7:02 a.m. An employee of the E.A. Fairbairn Water Treatment Plant,...

SLIDESHOW: Sac State students help clean up the American River

Erica Davenport

September 21, 2011

Sacramento State students participated in a cleanup along the American River on Saturday. ...

Sac State serves the community at the great American River clean-up

Erica Davenport

September 20, 2011

Sacramento State's Community Engagement Center gives students, professors and alumni opportunities to serve the city by volunteering for community service projects throughout the year. On Saturday, more than 100 Sac State students and alumni joined the American River Parkway Foundation for the Great ...

Moderating alcohol level will help river adventures

Moderating alcohol level will help river adventures

Dante Frattini

June 1, 2011

On any hot summer day along the American River in Sacramento, one can witness a mass migration no less miraculous than that of the caribou of Northern Canada. This phenomenon turns the river yellow, the guys into flexing alpha males and the girls into beaded attention-whores. Yes, of course I'm referring t...