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Super Sunday finds future students in the pews

Super Sunday finds future students in the pews

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez visited Antioch Progressive Church at 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, as part of the University’s annual Super Sunday outreach to predominantly African American communities in Sacramento.

Japanese tea ceremonies are a cultural experience

Japanese tea ceremonies are a cultural experience

Sacramento State’s Sokiku Nakatani Tea Room, at the University Library, will host a series of traditional Japanese tea ceremonies this semester beginning Tuesday, Feb. 25.

Construction Management is tops in the nation

Construction Management is tops in the nation

Sacramento State’s Construction Management students continue their winning ways, bringing home two national championships

Diversity Tour brings med school info to students

Diversity Tour brings med school info to students

A grassroots project that seeks to increase the participation of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in the field of medicine came to Sacramento State on Thursday, Feb. 6, for a daylong event that brought undergraduates face-to-face with minority physicians, dentists and medical students. And a former Sac State student led the way.

Super Sunday will find future students in the pews

Super Sunday will find future students in the pews

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez will visit Antioch Progressive Church at 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, as part of the University’s annual Super Sunday outreach to predominantly African American communities in Sacramento.

Professional activities

Professional activities

Barbara Carle, Foreign Languages, had an Award Essay on John Taylor’s Translations of Lorenzo Calogero’s Selected Poems appear in American Poet, the journal for The Academy of American Poets, Fall-Winter, 2013, pp. 29-32. Carle also served as judge for the Academy’s Raiziss/de Palchi Award for an outstanding translation of modern Italian poetry into English. The prize consisted of a $25,000 fellowship to complete a translation project.

Report recognizes Sac State business program

Report recognizes Sac State business program

U.S. News and World Report has ranked Sacramento State’s online Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program 75th in the nation out of 236 similar programs. It’s also ranked second among the 23 California State University campuses.