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Get your spooky on at these 13 haunted sites around town

Get your spooky on at these 13 haunted sites around town

Edrian Pamintuan

October 27, 2016


Filed under Culture, Featured

We’ve rounded up 13 haunted sites in and around the city of Sacramento to get you into the spooky spirit of this year’s Halloween. Old Sac Tunnel Dorothea Puente Citizen Hotel Dyer Lane Delta King Old City Cemetery Iceland Skating Rink Shasta Hall at Sac State Leland Stanford Mans...

‘The Diviners’ pulls on Sac State’s heartstrings

‘The Diviners’ pulls on Sac State’s heartstrings

Eva Hoch

October 13, 2016


Filed under Culture, Featured, Theater

A Great Depression tale surrounding two characters searching for water and faith will be showcased by the Department of Theatre and Dance in its first dramedy production of the semester. The Diviners, written by Jim Leonard, Jr., is set in 1930s Zion, Indiana, with its focus on a sweet, mentally-cha...

Campus theater department supports new faces

Jessica Mangili

September 24, 2014


Filed under Culture

Being the new kid on the block is never easy and joining a community that has its own norms and familiar faces can be a nerve-wracking experience.To help ease the transition into the department, Sacramento State’s theater and dance faculty puts on New Faces at the start of each school year to give b...

This is Convocation: The singing professors

Johanna Pugh

September 16, 2014


Filed under Culture

There is something to be said about witnessing professors—professors who are usually seen lecturing, instructing and directing—belt out a song and dance in front of an audience of students.This is Convocation.Convocation is an annual assembly Sacramento State’s theatre and dance faculty conducts to inform students of the...