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Mental health services bill aims to double funding

Mental health services bill aims to double funding

Jonathan Ayestas

February 25, 2016

Legislation for competitive grants to improve mental health services for the California State University, University of California and California Community College systems was introduced on Thursday in The WELL. The 2 p.m. press conference went over the details for the College Mental Health Services T...

Private universities are not better than public universities

Private universities are not better than public universities

Cambrie Sevaaetasi

September 17, 2015

There are parents who enroll their students into private religious universities rather than public universities. Some of them feel that they are paying through the nose for a much safer and less distracting environment. By safer and less distracting, they are referring to the crime rate, partying, sexual act...

Toni Atkins accepts CSSA award for legislature

Jonathan Ayestas

March 1, 2015

State Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins from the 78th district in San Diego concluded the second day of the California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) after receiving the California State Student Association Legislature of the Year award at Sacramento State. The University Union Ballroom wa...

Brown denies CSU, UC $50 mill

Matthew Malone

October 8, 2014

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a proposal on Sept. 27 to give the CSU and UC systems $50 million each in additional funds.The funding was part of a trigger mechanism in the 2014-15 state budget and would have become available if property tax revenue exceeded budget estimates.In his veto message, Brown said inve...

Men’s soccer breaks a three-game losing streak and gets the win against UNLV

Men’s soccer breaks a three-game losing streak and gets the win against UNLV

James Heck

September 23, 2012

The Sacramento State men’s soccer team defeated the University of Las Vegas 3-2 in overtime today at Hornet Field. The Hornets (3-4-1) snapped a three game losing streak as they won their final non-conference game of the season. The Rebels (2-7-1) lost their second game in a row. With 22 minutes into the first ...

Men’s cross country suffers its first loss of the season on Santa Clarita soil

Men’s cross country suffers its first loss of the season on Santa Clarita soil

James Heck

September 21, 2012

The Sacramento State men’s cross country team suffered its first loss of the 2012 season today at the Pac-12 Preview at the Robinson Ranch Golf Course in Santa Clarita. Northern Arizona won the men’s 8k Invite with 23 points, followed by UCLA with 58 and Arizona State with 66. Cal Poly came in fourth w...

Buzz of the Crowd: Fork in the road for Hornet Football

State Hornet Staff

September 18, 2012

Every sports team comes to a fork in the road where it reflects upon themselves and figures out a path for its season.There are two directions it can travel. It can set its eyes on the playoffs and make a push for a championship or wait for until next year.Many teams will not decide this until they are fully ou...

Men’s soccer is stripped from a win by San Jose State

Men’s soccer is stripped from a win by San Jose State

Joe Davis

September 16, 2012

Today, The Sacramento State men’s soccer team dropped a match at home against San Jose State on a goal in the 88th minute. San Jose State’s senior forward Dylan Murphy opened the scoring early in the first period on an unassisted goal in the 11th minute. Sac State Junior midfielder Gabe Silveira...

Women’s soccer gets a secure win over UC Santa Cruz

Women’s soccer gets a secure win over UC Santa Cruz

State Hornet Staff

September 14, 2012

Sacramento State women’s soccer got its first win since the beginning of season after defeating UC Santa Cruz on Friday at Hornet field.The Hornets put up three shots within the first 15 minutes of play, when seconds later senior midfielder Victoria Ramirez took a shot and made the first goal of the...

Women’s cross-country accomplishes first win of the season in San Francisco

Women’s cross-country accomplishes first win of the season in San Francisco

James Heck

September 14, 2012

The Sacramento State women’s cross-country team earned its first victory of the 2012 season Friday at the Speedway Meadow at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.   Sac State won the women’s race with 47 points, followed by Cal State Stanislaus with 59 points. The University of San Fran...