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Thiebaud headlines exhibits in library

Thiebaud headlines exhibits in library

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September 2, 2013

Visitors are in for something personable with the opening of “The Paul LeBaron Thiebaud Collection” art exhibit. This showcase has never seen before material and begins running on Sept. 5. “Thiebaud assembled a collection of art and artifacts around the world that haven’t been displ...

Men’s tennis defeats Montana for 11th conference title

Gabe Pacheco

April 29, 2013

The Sacramento State men's tennis team hoisted another Big Sky Conference tournament title today as it defeated the University of Montana, 4-1 at the Gold River Racquet Club.  It is the Hornets' 11th conference title in the past 16 years.    “It feels great to be (champions),” said sophomore cap...

Rowing finishes ninth at Lake Natoma Invitational

Maikalina Madali

April 22, 2013

The second and final day of the Lake Natoma Invitational resulted in USC coming out on top against eight crews on Sunday while Sacramento State placed ninth. The regatta, co-hosted by UC Berkeley, brought competitors from Stanford, Notre Dame de Namur University, University of Tulsa, Kansas Universi...

Portrayal of God should represent all sides

Isabel Ward

February 13, 2013

Often we portray God as either a rigid, unyielding God or else a God who is around only to please people. To both extremes, I would say they are wrong. Remembering Jimmy Swaggart’s fire and brimstone message in the 80’s and 90’s, I cannot help but to see the wrath of God coming down from heaven lik...

Some Christians need to be louder

Isabel Ward

February 6, 2013

Christianity involves people from many different walks of life, who may share the same fundamental beliefs, yet have their own minds and think freely, however loud or quiet that may be. The full diversity of Christianity is not being displayed because of the resounding voices of some. I, for one, consider m...

Cru at Sac State stays active over break

Cru at Sac State stays active over break

Maikalina Madali

February 1, 2012

Members of "Cru at Sac State" remained active in the organization by strengthening their beliefs, creating connections with other members and staying focused on Biblical concepts despite the winter break. Cru, short for Campus Crusade for Christ, took 20 members to a four-day conference in San Diego ...