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FAQ: Local, state and national responses to COVID-19

California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom speaking during a forum hosted by the Campaign for College Opportunity as he runs for governor of California. Newsom declared a state of emergency on March 4 in response to the coronavirus.
Gavin Rock March 13, 2020

Question: What is the coronavirus? Answer: According to the CDC, coronavirus refers to the family of viruses that are commonly found in humans and animals. Forms of the virus that have spread from animals...

Capital Report: McCain Defense Authorization Act signed and Obama endorses in California

Trump signs the John S. McCain Defense Authorization Act  in Fort Drum, New York.
Cory Jaynes, news editor August 15, 2018
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Sac State students not surprised with Kanye West’s rant, 30-minute Sacramento show

Kanye West performs on the hovering platform at his concert in Boston  on Sept. 9, 2016. (Photo by Kenny Sun / Flickr)
Edrian Pamintuan November 21, 2016

Rapper Kanye West unleashed a tirade at his Saint Pablo Tour stop at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento Saturday night before storming out and ended the concert after just 30 minutes. This happened days...

Hornets win exhibition opener

Ashlyn Crenshaw drives the lane against Bianca Littleton of Cal State East Bay on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015 at the Hornets Nest. Crenshaw led the Hornets offensively with 21 points.
Christopher Bullock November 8, 2015

In the tuneup to the 2015-16 season, the Sacramento State women's basketball team looked to show its fans that last season wasn't a fluke. On Sunday afternoon at the Hornets Nest, the Hornets started...

Sacramento holds press conference for Anthony Sadler

Christine Kittle August 26, 2015

Hometown hero Anthony Sadler has returned to Sacramento. A press conference was held Wednesday afternoon in the Sacramento City Hall Plaza for Sadler, a Sacramento State student, who helped stop...

President Nelsen praises Anthony Sadler for helping stop armed gunman on French Train

President Robert Nelsen speaks to a reporter at his first press conference with Sacramento State on July 1, 2015. Nelson said tuesday that a scholarship fund is being set up by the university for Anthony Sadler's tuition. 
Christine Kittle August 26, 2015

Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen spoke Tuesday about setting up a website where people can contribute to a scholarship fund for Anthony Sadler, a Sac State senior who helped to stop an armed...

Sac State honors servicemen with digital billboard

Kellie McCown August 24, 2015

Sacramento State honors the three servicemen who received the legion d'honneur for stopping a terrorist attack in France with a digital billboard that can be seen from Highway 50, calling the men heroes.The...

Why We Need Sunscreen Dispensers

Brittney Christ July 10, 2015

Following in someone else's footsteps is not always a bad thing.It was announced that starting on July 1, Boston will begin installing sunscreen dispensers throughout the city. Hand sanitizers have become...

Baseball routs UC Davis 7-1 at Raley Field

Kevin L. Shepherd May 5, 2015

Stellar pitching from Jake Stassi and 12 hits from a hot offense was enough for the Sacramento State Hornets to beat the visiting UC Davis Aggies 7-1 under the lights at Raley Field. The Hornets completed...

Palavivatana closes out Sac State career, pursues professional golf career

Giuliana Grana May 4, 2015

It is always a bittersweet experience for a student-athlete to close out their collegiate career and prepare for the next chapter in their life, but women's golfer Sagee Palavivatana is up for the challenge.After...

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