The State Hornet

Information Technology Committee not officially involved with strategic planning for Information Technology

Jacob Abbott

November 23, 2014

The Faculty Senate discussed the level of involvement the Academic Information Technology Committee has with Information Technology in their meeting in the Foothill Suite on Thursday. When the Senate reviews charges and memberships, they look over the particular committee’s written policy an...

AIRC opens door to monitored after hour entry

Jonathan Ayestas

October 30, 2014

Students who use the Academic Information Resource Center can expect to keep their OneCard handy with finals approaching as entry to the 24-hour building will be controlled to not let just anybody in. Recurring reports of homeless people sleeping in the building and Shawan Wimberley, a registered...

Sex offender arrested, campus safety question

State Hornet Staff

October 15, 2014

Just days after universities and colleges across the U.S. released the annual Clery Reports listing all criminal activities on campus, a man exposed himself at the University Union then jumped from the third floor, breaking his leg while attempting to evade police.The suspect, Shawan Wimberley, a regist...

Sac State app offers new tools for student success

Virginia McCormick

September 17, 2014

Big things are in the works for Sacramento State’s primary mobile application.The app, Sac State Mobile, currently features services students and visitors can use to better navigate the campus such as a detailed map, eatery information and quick access to both the library’s OneSearch program and ...

SafeConnect may be well worth the hassle

Nick Scheuer

January 30, 2013

When students log onto the Sacramento State Wi-Fi network for the first time, they are forced to install a program implemented by the Information Resources and Technology department called SafeConnect, developed by Impulse Point. From the get-go, SafeConnect has had a rocky start mostly involving the...