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California stands to benefit from legalizing weed

California stands to benefit from legalizing weed

Jaime Carrillo

September 17, 2013

The U.S. Department of Justice ruled Aug. 29 that it would not interfere with recent laws in Washington and Colorado that would allow for the sale and taxation of recreational pot. Now is the time for California to jump on the “legalize it” bandwagon.The federal government infringing on states’ rights...

Sac State’s Joe Sheley is upcoming permanent president of CSU Stanislaus

Imran Majid

May 7, 2013

Former Sacramento State Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Joe Sheley is in the process of becoming the permanent president of CSU Stanislaus. The California State University Board of Trustees and Chancellor Timothy White held an open forum with students, faculty and staff on Monday to discuss Sh...

Nielsen Gabriel wins ASI president; highest voter numbers in years

Members of #LEADusforward and Vote Me, Vote [YOU] stand with anticipation of the results during the ASI Results Election Party in the Union Redwood Room on Wednesday.

Natalie Gray and Kaitlin Sansenbach

April 24, 2013

After a long campaigning process, countless hours preparing and endless hard work, Sacramento State’s student body has elected Nielsen Gabriel as the new president of ASI for the 2013-2014 school year. “Nielsen has been dedicated to ASI for three years,” said alumnus Vance Jarrard. “He’s h...

Female presence needed in the White House and more

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wave to spectators and supporters on Pennsylvania Ave.near the White House in Washington, D.C., during the Inauguration Parade for Obama's second term, Monday, January 21, 2013. (Chuck Myers/MCT)

Christine Ebalo

January 30, 2013

Female voters helped President Barack Obama secure a second term in the White House, but Obama’s nominations to his Cabinet indicate women still do not have a place in the president’s inner circle. The Obama campaign championed women’s rights; however, Obama has been handing one plum job assignment aft...

Sac State wakeboard club rides to a fourth-place finish in regional competition

State Hornet Staff

October 8, 2012

The Sacramento State wakeboard club rode its way into a fourth-place finish this weekend during the USA Western Regional Collegiate Wakeboard Contest it hosted for the first time in club history.The WaterSports Farm turned Deep Water Lake into a 2-day, 11-school, 65-compeitor contest, which included full t...

Dr. Charles Gossett named interim provost

Allyce Ferrua and Alexandra Poggione

May 17, 2012

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez announced Wednesday Dr. Charles Gossett has been named interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. Gossett, dean of the college of social science and interdisciplinary studies since fall 2009, will take over for Provost Joseph Sheley on June...

New CSU president salary cap created by Trustees

Brett Johnson

February 1, 2012

California State University's Board of Trustees adopted a policy limiting salaries paid to its newly hired presidents on Jan. 25, but some of Sacramento State's faculty and students find the change to be too little, too late. The approved policy will put a salary cap on new presidents of CSU campuses to ...

What should we expect from the 2012 presidential race?

Kelly Walters

June 1, 2011

There is nothing more exciting to a political junkie than the beginning of a presidential campaign season. President Barack Obama has already announced he will seek a second term in office and started attending fundraisers to build up his campaign coffers. Obama's second bid for the White House will mos...

ASI president competes in digital debate

Sean Keister

May 6, 2011

Associated Students Inc. President Terry Martin came in second place at the first-ever totally digital debate last week. The debate, part of the Annenberg Digital Debates, was hosted by the University of Southern California. It was the first intercollegiate debate tournament to be conducted entirely via...

CSU students seek answers to managerial salary raises

Sean Keister

May 4, 2011

Students and the administration have varying opinions on the issues of managerial salaries under increased tension due to the debate over managerial salaries at Sacramento State. It was April 14 when students assembled in Sacramento Hall to address Sac State President Alexander Gonzalez about their con...

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