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Including students with disabilities in diversity conversation is lacking

Including students with disabilities in diversity conversation is lacking

State Hornet Staff

March 15, 2016

Diversity has recently become a buzzword at Sacramento State.Sac State is billed as a diverse campus community, and the proof is in the students' pudding. The topic of diversity is often narrowed down to select categories and talking points, such as racial and religious diversity. The focus on diver...

Congresswoman Matsui spoke at Sac State’s first “Distinguished Lecture”

Congresswoman Matsui spoke at Sac State’s first “Distinguished Lecture”

Vu Chau

February 20, 2016

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Disney lacks diversity to provide role models for all

State Hornet Staff

November 18, 2014

Keston Ott-Dahl is a mother in Antioch, and she has been petitioning for Disney to feature a disabled person as a main character in a future animated film. Her 15-month-old daughter has Down syndrome, and she hopes to see Disney create a role model who represents Down syndrome in a positive light. Ott-D...

Sac State brings in 49 new faculty members

Daisy Aguilar

September 10, 2014

While Sacramento State has hired 49 new tenure-track faculty this fall semester, both students and professors hope to see more diversity for next year’s hiring expectation of 35 faculty.Although demographics of the new 49 faculty are not yet available, an issue in the past has been the University has no...

Teen profanity illustration

Teen profanity illustration

McClatchy Tribune courtesy photo

May 6, 2014

300 dpi Charles Waltmire color illustration of teen in black T-shirt with soap bubbles in mouth (washing mouth out with soap.) The Sacramento Bee 2008teen profanity illustration soap soapy washing mouth out with teenager black teeshirt skull clean language swear curse cussing cuss foul mouthed manners ...

Council for Affirmative Action calls for faculty diversity

Council for Affirmative Action calls for faculty diversity

Ilian Cervantes

April 8, 2014

The Council for Affirmative Action panelist speakers called Sacramento State students to action April 3, demanding diversity amongst faculty in a forum presentation marking 60 years since the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education deemed separate but equal segregation in education as unconstitu...

California State University task force investigates ethnic studies funding

Jonathan Ayestas

February 25, 2014

California State University Chancellor Timothy White created a task force in January after campuses across the CSU asked him to address the faculty and funding cuts in ethnic studies departments. The task force includes six ethnic studies professors, four CSU presidents, the ASI president of Chic...

Throwback Valentine’s Day Playlist

Throwback Valentine’s Day Playlist

McClatchy Tribune

February 12, 2014

Throwback Valentine’s Day PlaylistArtist: Faith HillSong: “The Way You Love Me”Released: 2000Artist: Lauryn HillSong: “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”Released: 1998Artist: SelenaSong: “I Could Fall In Love”Released: 1995Artist: Michael JacksonSong: “The Way You Make Me Feel”Released: 1987Artist: Goo...

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

McClatchy Tribune

December 3, 2013

A lot of people can not fathom having one kid but imagine finding out you are the biological parent of more than 500 children.Actor Vince Vaughn (“The Internship” 2013, “The Watch” 2012, “Wedding Crashers” 2005), plays David Wozniak in Director Ken Scott’s dramatic comedy “Delivery Man...

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 as minority, only 23.4 percent of the faculty do.In 1996, California voters approved Proposition...

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