The State Hornet

BUZZARRE: Women’s fencing becomes sport at CSUS after Title IX

State Hornet Staff

May 9, 2012

After failing to adhere to Title IX requirements in a West Coast Best Coast Conference meeting on Friday, Sacramento State has now started a women’s fencing team to alleviate the breaches of Title IX. The board decided on women’s fencing in a 11-2 vote over women’s field hockey and women’s curling as ...

BUZZARRE: Student claims squirrel powers

McClatchy Tribune

Cody Walnuts

May 9, 2012

Whether on the way to class, eating at outside Riverfront Center or just hanging out in the Library Quad, students inhabit an environment shared by smaller beings - squirrels. And one man said he has the ability to communicate with the little furry creatures. Senior psychology major Rory Zarkawa said...

BUZZARRE: Crime Log

The Buzzarre Editorial staff

May 9, 2012

University Police received reports of a man hitting a vending machine in Amador Hall on May 1 around 2 p.m. Once officers responded to the scene, they found the man crying because his Twix bar was allegedly stuck inside the machine.   On May 2 around noon, a University Police officer witnessed a wo...

BUZZARRE: EDITORIAL: Students need school year-round

The Buzzarre Editorial staff

May 9, 2012

Students are preparing for finals as another semester comes to an end. Enrolling in summer classes or going on vacation are decisions all students have to think about. Those decisions should not have to be made because classes should last all year long. From the beginning of January until the end of De...