The State Hornet

Ed Mills selected as new vice president for Student Affairs

Gregory Allen

December 5, 2014

Edward Mills has been selected as the new vice president of Sacramento State's Student Affairs department.The former vice president for enrollment, Dr. Mills has been serving at Sac State since 2007. He said he was honored to be selected by President Gonzalez."This is the position that I've been working...

Sac State freshman follows grandfather’s footsteps 67 years later

Gregory Allen

December 3, 2014

When David Morse walked over to the Sacramento State University campus to enroll for classes, he had no idea he was building a legacy and making history as the university’s first student.Now, 67 years later, his grandson Grant Morse is a freshman, carrying on the Morse family name at Sac State.“It’s...

Sac State sergeant retires after 25 years of service

Gregory Allen

December 1, 2014

Sergeant Brian Burger retired from the Sacramento State Police Department after 25 years of service, but not without leaving a significant impression on his department as well as with students.Sergeant Burger, a graduate of Sacramento State, began his career on campus in 1989 and was later promoted as ser...

New CFA contract meets bare minimum with members

Gregory Allen

November 23, 2014

The California Faculty Association ratified a new three-year contract with minimal progress toward years of unsatisfactory salaries for California State University employees.Members of the CFA voted for the new agreement online between Nov. 1 and 9, with 91 percent voting in favor of the agreement. The...

Arts and Letters branches out to possible recruits

Gregory Allen

November 23, 2014

The College of Arts and Letters hosted their first expo event to provide Sacramento State students an opportunity to network and learn more about the Arts and Letters clubs.The event, which featured representatives from 11 campus clubs and organizations, was held in the Redwood Room of the University Union on ...

Technology committee explains do’s and don’ts of social media

Gregory Allen

November 12, 2014

Sac State’s Academic Information Technology Committee encourages the use of social media, with a few guidelines.To make sure that lecturers, staff members and students do not abuse their social media privileges, the AITC regulates the content. Committee Chair Ronald Coleman says the guidelines were issued t...