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FAQ: What you need to know about the ethnic studies bill, AB 1460

Supporters of AB1460 who were told to leave the University Union's Green & Gold Room and stand outside as Sacramento State's Faculty Senate converse about the bill on March 5. The bill would implement an ethnic studies course requirement for the CSU system

Magaly Muñoz

April 18, 2020

Discussions on AB 1460 have been temporarily halted by the Sacramento State Faculty Senate due to the impact of COVID-19 on campus. The State Hornet put together an FAQ on what students need to know about the bill when deliberations move forward.  QUESTION: What is AB 1460? ANSWER: AB 1460 is a ...

CSU professors featured on controversial ‘Professor Watchlist’

ProfessorWatchlist.org, a site which claims to list professors who

Barbara Harvey

December 9, 2016

Several CSU professors are included on a new website created by a conservative organization which accuses educators of advancing “leftist propaganda.” ProfessorWatchlist.org, which launched on Nov. 21, is operated by Turning Point USA, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering conservatism on college ...

CSU chancellor Timothy White visits campus

State Hornet Staff

May 5, 2016

Timothy White, chancellor of the California State University, held an open forum on Tuesday, May 3 in the University Theater.The forum, held as part of White's tour of the 23 campuses in the CSU system, featured opening remarks from White and Associated Students, Inc. President Melissa Bardo followed by a q...

Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

State Hornet Staff

April 27, 2016

Sacramento State will be sending 11 students to the 30th annual California State University Research Competition at CSU Bakersfield on April 29 and 30.The students representing Sacramento State in the competition are as follows: Morgan Garvey, psychology; Didier “D.J.” Mponte, electrical and electronic e...

CSU chancellor, CFA talk for first time regarding strike

CSU chancellor, CFA talk for first time regarding strike

Jacob Abbott

April 6, 2016

For the first time since the California Faculty Association announced it would strike for an increase in pay, California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White has sat down at the negotiation table. In an email sent out today by CFA President Jen Eagan, CSU management and the chancellor ...

CFA report goes public with recommendations

The California Faculty Association leadership speaking at a press conference in the University Union to announce the release of a third party fact finding panel's recommendations about the pay dispute with the California State University Administration, Monday, March 28. 

Joel Boland

March 28, 2016

The California Faculty Association announced the recommendations of the third party fact finding panel in the pay dispute with the California State University administration this morning.After a ten day media blackout, the CFA has released the following recommendations from the fact finding panel:The fir...

Mental health services bill aims to double funding

(From left to right) President Robert Nelsen; ASI President Melissa Bardo; Sam Alavi, director of Student Advocacy and Student Representation at UC Davis; Assemblymember Kevin McCarty; former Senator Darrell Steinberg; and Belinda Lum, assistant professor of sociology at Sacramento City College, get together to announce a new bill to increase funding for mental health services in The WELL at Sacramento State, Thursday, Feb. 25.

Jonathan Ayestas

February 25, 2016

Legislation for competitive grants to improve mental health services for the California State University, University of California and California Community College systems was introduced on Thursday in The WELL. The 2 p.m. press conference went over the details for the College Mental Health Services T...

Private universities are not better than public universities

Private universities are not better than public universities

Cambrie Sevaaetasi

September 17, 2015

There are parents who enroll their students into private religious universities rather than public universities. Some of them feel that they are paying through the nose for a much safer and less distracting environment. By safer and less distracting, they are referring to the crime rate, partying, sexual act...

Security breach for CSU students

Security breach for CSU students

Zack Jordan

September 8, 2015

There was a security breach in the California State University system that exposed personal information on 79,000 students, according to CSU officials. The breach was discovered on Aug. 28th and affected CSU San Bernardino, Sonoma State, CSU Pomona, CSU Los Angeles, CSU Northridge, San Diego S...

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