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Marching to a different tune: Pianists raise money to support prevention of premature births

Marching to a different tune: Pianists raise money to support prevention of premature births

Anna Agundez

May 3, 2016

For the last three years, Kirtland Stout, associate vice president of Risk Management Services, has been playing piano in the University Union as a fundraiser for March of Dimes, an organization dedicated to helping research and prevent premature births. Having had two premature granddaughters, Sto...

Sac State students throw colorful powder for a good cause

Sac State students throw colorful powder for a good cause

Kristal Reynaga

April 29, 2016

The Hornet Holi, a festival of color that celebrates the beginning of spring, will be held at Sacramento State in front of The WELL on Friday, April 29 from 5-8 p.m. Holi, in a traditional sense, is the Hindu spring festival customarily celebrated in Northern India and has a long, rich and colo...

Philanthropist gives $750,000 toward event center

Mike McGough

October 27, 2015

It was a Swiss philanthropist who stole most of the show at Tuesday evening’s Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame & Tip-Off Banquet by announcing a donation of $750,000 toward a potential event center at Sacramento State. Millionaire Ernest Tschannen, 90, received great acknowledgement from coach ...

Campus gets the chance to learn about HIV and AIDS

State Hornet Staff

April 21, 2014

With more than 17,000 people dying of AIDS in the United States each year, Sigma Delta Alpha began a philanthropy to raise HIV and AIDS awareness at Sacramento State. According to statistics by website Aids.Gov, more than 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV infection and almost one in si...