The State Hornet

Japan opens for study program

Sean Keister

September 28, 2011

After the substantial damage caused by the tsunami that ravaged Japan last March, the country is now back open to students in Sacramento State's study abroad program. The California State University Chancellor's Office gave the okay to allow students to study in the country for this fall's semester, w...

Quad teeter-totter raises funds for Japan and Argentina

Robert Linggi

May 11, 2011

Rotaract at Sacramento State hosted its second annual 24-hour Teeter-Totter-A-Thon to raise funds for Japanese tsunami survivors and an Argentine high school.Rotaract at Sac State is a student philanthropy organization sponsored by Rotary International that helps out both locally and globally, said so...

Leaving Japan: best option for students abroad

Going home Japan::Photo courtesy of McClatchy Tribune

Kelly Walters

April 13, 2011

What are you willing to risk to pursue your dream?   Students studying in Japan through the California State University’s Global Education program recently faced that question when a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged the country in March. Within days of the tragedy, CSU Chancellor Charles Reed issued a me...