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Ethnic study courses inspire students to open their minds

Ethnic study courses inspire students to open their minds

McClatchy Tribune

May 15, 2014

In a state where Latinos make up the majority, one would think California’s educational system would reflect that. According to the California Department of Education, Latinos in 2012/2013 made up 52.7 percent of students in the state.However, with the majority of students in California being Latin...

Simple hangover cures for spring break

Simple hangover cures for spring break

McClatchy Tribune

March 24, 2014

With spring break just around the corner, and the prospect of not having any school responsibilities or homework for one measly week being as good a reason as any to do some boozing, don’t let a hangover ruin even one of those mornings. Everyone knows the basics; don’t mix alcohols and drink lot...

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

McClatchy Tribune

February 9, 2014

“Happy Black History Month, even though I’m black all year long.”And with that, noted author Terry McMillan set the tone for a night full of laughter, wisdom, and insight.On February 6th, the New York Times author of such works as “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” as well as “Waiting to Ex...

Double Coverage- Pole dancing: An Olympic sport?

stripper1:The World Pole Sport Federation is working on getting its sport into the Olympics so that the athletes can be recognized. :Photos courtesy of McClatchy Tribune

Marice Cohn Band

March 1, 2011

Fervent gyrating with the music, toned bodies flexing with each movement and glistening, slick with sweat, the sweet smell of crisp dollar bills sticky against naked skin &- sound like a typical Friday night at the strip club with the boys? Well sorry guys, but pole dancing isn't just for private viewi...

Norah Jones shines with a little help from her friends

Norah Jones album review 1:Norah Jones, winner for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., on February 13, 2005.:McClatchy Tribune

Leia Ostermann

November 29, 2010

Norah Jones is someone my mom likes. Telling people your mom likes something instantly puts it into a category that you are unwilling to talk about, whether praising or insulting. Norah Jones' new album is more than something my mom likes. It is something that I adore. Not because my taste is partic...

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 28, 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 that no one shall be discriminated against due to gender and requires colleges and universities t...

Campus-wide forum to address Haiti earthquake

haiti:On the first day of a three-day national mourning period, some Haitians went to the National Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to pray and fast. :McClatchy Tribune

Timothy Sandoval

February 20, 2010

A few days after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti, Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez sent out a message to the entire campus calling on it to do whatever it can to help the people of Haiti. Some on campus have answered that call. "For me, that was a clear call," said Don Taylor, direct...