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University seeks to resolve course scheduling issues

University seeks to resolve course scheduling issues

State Hornet Staff

February 15, 2016

The Sacramento State Faculty Senate met Thursday to discuss challenges in course scheduling.Interim Provost Ming-Tung “Mike” Lee spoke on Feb. 11 about the struggles students go through to receive their education on a daily basis.“You have experienced it, and our students have experienced it,” ...

Traffic is still problematic driving to Sac State

Cars on Folsom Blvd. are at a complete stop while waiting to get on campus on September 8, 2015

Zack Jordan

September 10, 2015

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Implementation of designated bike lanes will greatly improve pedestrian and biker safety

State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2014

Sacramento State’s campus is not exactly the most bike-friendly CSU campus, but some changes in policy may greatly improve this issue. As of 2007, a university policy prohibited students from using wheeled devices on main walkways, ramps, etc. as well as stairs and parking areas. The problem with this...

Gov. Christie faces campaigns difficulties with Bridgegate

State Hornet Staff

March 17, 2014

If you thought nothing could be more painful than getting booed off stage for the Super Bowl hand off ceremony, try getting compared to Nixon and the Watergate incident.New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, 2016 presidential hopeful for Republicans, has more to worry about than Democratic opposition with ...

Sacramento State students drift towards parking structures, causing delays and congestion

Hundreds of cars  fill up in Lot 8 Monday morning.

Imran Majid

September 18, 2013

The Sacramento State Police Department met with University Transportation and Services Friday to discuss possible solutions to traffic congestion due to an “unprecedented number of cars.” Police Chief Mark Iwasa said numerous people are complaining about the long lines of traffic in the morning, lik...

First two weeks are hell for parking at Sac State

Kaitlin Sansenbach

September 17, 2013

Summer always seems too short for students at Sacramento State, making the first two weeks back the biggest hassle of the semester. Everything from buying books and solidifying financial aid, to dropping and adding classes is a headache. But what seems to be the biggest issue with the first two week...