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Student government leaders lobby at state capitol on Advocacy Day

California State University Chancellor Timothy White walks down the halls of the state capitol on Advocacy Day March 2, 2015. Student representatives from all 23 CSU campuses had designated times to meet with different senators to lobby for additional CSU funding and issues pertaining to their campus.

Jonathan Ayestas

March 2, 2015

Representatives from the 23 California State University campuses went to the capitol to lobby and advocate for an increased $97 million for the CSU budget and for campus-specific issues on the third day of the California Higher Education Student Summit. Mike Sharif, office of governmental aff...

CSU Board of Trustees approves new opt-out fee

Jonathan Ayestas

February 3, 2015

The California State University Board of Trustees approved a proposal to impose an optional Student Involvement and Representation fee (SIRF) that would cost students $4 a year, or $2 a semester, to go towards the California State Student Association. The CSSA is a body of representatives fro...

Recap: Constitution Week

Priya McCluskey

September 24, 2014

Last week, Sacramento State’s Associated Students Inc. welcomed renowned activist Dolores Huerta and Al Striplen, a Docent of the Indian Museum in Sacramento, to speak on campus.Both speakers discussed the constitution and how it continues to affect Americans today.“I hope this helps students to...

New science building presented to California Legislature

Science majors have been facing hardships due to the department being impacted.

State Hornet Staff

April 30, 2014

Sacramento State will be looking to add space for impacted science courses, but only if the California Legislatures approves construction of a new building.Biological Sciences Faculty Chair Jennifer Lundmark said classes in high demand, like biology and chemistry, almost always fill up during early regi...