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Sac State works hard to maintain Title IX compliance

Kennedy Kurtz gets set to serve the ball against Idaho State on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 at the Hornets Nest. 
Julian Perez April 21, 2016

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 provided a tangible piece of legislation to establish gender equity in the American education system and is very well-known for its impact on collegiate...

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Sacramento State men's baseball club.
Andrew Brown April 7, 2016

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 has helped provide an avenue for female college students to be more involved in NCAA-sanctioned sports. Athletics was just one factor in a long list...

How Title IX shaped women’s athletics at Sac State

The Sac State women's basketball team huddles up during halftime against Northern Colorado in the Hornets Nest, Thursday, Feb. 25. The Hornets went on to win 83-72.
Chris Bullock April 3, 2016

When you have a moment, take the time to visit the Nest. As soon as you walk in, you'll see a trophy case with an assortment of trophies. When you take a close look at it, you'll see that there...

BUZZARRE: Women’s fencing becomes sport at CSUS after Title IX

State Hornet Staff May 9, 2012

After failing to adhere to Title IX requirements in a West Coast Best Coast Conference meeting on Friday, Sacramento State has now started a women’s fencing team to alleviate the breaches of Title IX....

Obama closes 2005 loophole in Title IX

Title IX volleyball:The Obama administration is attempting to close a loophole in Title IX, which is designed to provide equal funding for NCAA men?s and women?s sports.:File Photo
Miriam Arghandiwal April 27, 2010

Vice President Joe Biden announced April 20 the Obama administration would overturn the 2005 revised interpretation to Title IX federal law, which was said to provide a loophole in the law. Title IX reads...

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