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A case for vaccination: Why your personal belief is hurting others

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that since Jan. 1, 102 people from 14 different states have contracted the virus. Most of these cases are part of the outbreak in Disneyland.
Avery Hulong February 5, 2015

Ever since measles broke out at “The Happiest Place On Earth,” much debate has gone on about the decision to vaccinate children. People have gone back and forth in the news and on social media about...

EDITORIAL: Board needs more student voice

Editorial Staff May 1, 2012

Increasing the number of students on the California State University Board of Trustees has been needed for some time and there are two bills in the legislature in need of the public’s support, especially...

Assemblyman sets up office at Sac State, plans change

Dr. Richard Pan,
California assembly member, speaks with students about the
importance of education.
 
Kaitlin Bruce December 7, 2011

California State Assemblyman Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, moved his district office to Modoc Hall at Sacramento State this June in order to reach out to students on campus, as well as the community. Pan,...

Mayor Kevin Johnson speaks on education

Sean Keister December 1, 2011

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson spoke Nov. 30 at Sacramento State to address the state of education in California. Johnson spoke to approximately 150 people at Modoc Hall for the "Campus Conversation on...

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