What it’s like to be a Unitrans driver
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What it’s like to be a Unitrans driver

Unitrans drivers speak on what they love about their jobs The Unitrans buses driven by undergraduate students are a distinctive campus feature and are described to prospective students…

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Undergraduate research: “Play the Knave”
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Undergraduate research: “Play the Knave”

An interactive research opportunity for aspiring teachers In an institution where STEM is highly touted, it can be easy to forget the leaps and bounds that are made…

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Tarana Burke speaks at Sacramento State
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Tarana Burke speaks at Sacramento State

Me Too movement founder discusses the importance of community support for survivors On Thursday, Feb. 7, over 1,000 individuals gathered at the Sacramento State University Union Ballroom to…

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Designing a major just for you
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Designing a major just for you

Weighing the benefits and drawbacks of creating your own major Creating an individual major might sound like a good idea, allowing for total autonomy over your studies and…

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15-year-old alumnus receives prestigious award at Vatican
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15-year-old alumnus receives prestigious award at Vatican

Tanishq Abraham awarded for outstanding achievement in STEM fields In 2001, the International Association of Culture and Voluntary Work created the International Giuseppe Sciacca award sponsored by the…

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Student survival guide: Mykaiah Clermont
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Student survival guide: Mykaiah Clermont

The five-year journey of Mykaiah Clermont When Mykaiah Clermont started his journey as a first-year, he described himself as a “yes man,” looking to be involved in every…

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Students discuss how they spice up the DC with elements of their culture
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Students discuss how they spice up the DC with elements of their culture

Students echo taste of home even within the confines of a dining commons menu Coming back from winter break is hard for some students — the end of…

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First-year student athletes balance practices, games, classes
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First-year student athletes balance practices, games, classes

NCAA Division 1 athletes must learn to manage practices, games, classes and homework in addition to adjusting to college life. In addition to moving away from home, becoming…

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Manetti Shrem Museum holds “Make Your Own Tea Blend” event
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Manetti Shrem Museum holds “Make Your Own Tea Blend” event

On Feb. 1, students and community members gathered for “Xicanx Futurity” exhibition   As part of the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art’s “Xicanx Futurity” exhibit, a rolling cart…

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Students react to Coachella’s 2019 Lineup
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Students react to Coachella’s 2019 Lineup

This year’s Coachella lineup disappoints some students, though individuals are still excited for the overall experience Every year, people frantically attempt to purchase tickets in preparation for one…

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Free college tuition: the pros and cons
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Free college tuition: the pros and cons

How students feel about a proposed free college system Perhaps the one thing unifying all college students is tuition. It affects all students one way or another. Some…

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“Swipe Right” into dating apps
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“Swipe Right” into dating apps

Students talk about dating apps in relation to the Valentine’s season For those meeting up with their Bumble or Tinder dates for the first time, butterflies often flit…

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Lunar New Year: How students are celebrating the year of the pig
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Lunar New Year: How students are celebrating the year of the pig

Students of different backgrounds share how they celebrate the Lunar New Year Every year, millions of East Asians welcome the new year of the lunar calendar with a…

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Cafe Walter opens inside the Mondavi Center
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Cafe Walter opens inside the Mondavi Center

New cafe is named after the late “Chief Executive Cat” of the center Inside the Yocha Dehe Grand Lobby of the Mondavi Center is a new site —…

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Students bring their hooved friends to college
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Students bring their hooved friends to college

Students’ equine partners accompany them to college to be stabled and ridden at the UC Davis Equestrian Center Hiding at the south edge of the Arboretum, just a…

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