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  • Hornet Tickets | Sacramento State Ticket Office
    m 5 00 p m Winter Spring Summer Break Hours Monday Friday 9 00 a m 4 p m Holiday Closures January 18 2016 March 31 2016 May 31 2016 July 4 2016 September 5 2016 November 11 2016 November 24 25 2016 December 26 30 2016 Mailing Address Hornet Tickets Sacramento State Athletic Center 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6140 Hornet Ticket Office How To Buy Tickets Online Purchase tickets online 2 00 per order fee In Person Hornet Ticket Office located in the Athletic Center main lobby map We accept cash Visa MasterCard Discover No Added fees By Phone Call 916 278 4323 5 00 per order fee Resources Directions to Venues Event Calendars Hornet Sports Sac State UNIQUE School of Music Department of Theatre Dance Prev Next Purchase your Spring 2016 New Millennium Series tickets now Series subscriptions and Sarah Chang are sold out Tickets for 3 concerts remain The Department of Theatre and Dance presents S BAD Darkside The Producers and Senior Dance Concert in Spring 2016 Purchase your tickets for the Spring 2016 School of Music events here Purchase Hornet Men s Basketball Women s Basketball Gymnastics single tickets Baseball season tickets are on

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  • Alumni Home
    Services Training Resources Workshops Parking Transportation UTAPS Sacramento State Brand Center University Policy Manual Webmail Sacramento State My Sac State Go My Sac State Quick Links Jobs Find A Person or Department Faculty Webpages A Z Index Contact Event Calendar Academic Calendars About Colleges Majors Arts Letters Business Administration Continuing Education Education Engineering Computer Science Health Human Services Natural Sciences Mathematics Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Academic Departments Student Life Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Financial Aid for Future Students Athletics Make a Gift Sacramento State Alumni Association Join Renew Online Community Login Update Your Record Order Diploma Order Transcripts Privacy Information Toggle navigation Alumni Home About Us General Information Board of Directors Board Meetings Committees Sponsors Affinity Partners Contact Us Programs General Information Alumni Month Distinguished Alumni Awards Golden Grads Member Benefits Grad Fest Scholarships Homecoming Chapters General Information New Chapter Chapter Leaders Chapter Events Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Profiles Stay Connected General Information Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Events Sac State Connection Sac State Magazine Class Notes Update Your Record For Students General Information Student Alumni Association Grad Fest Scholarships Scholarships Apply Online Dance Marathon Thank A Thon Class Gift Stay Connected Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Events The Harper Alumni Center Situated on the southern end of the Sacramento State campus the Leslie and Anita Harper Alumni Center is owned and operated by the Alumni Association a nonprofit corporation that offers use of the facility to the public The Harper Alumni Center is host to numerous conferences special events private parties and weddings Its collegiate setting Tuscan colonnades lavish windows lighting and sound system make it a venue unique in ambiance and suited for every occasion large or small Alumni Center Connect with Us Sponsors Affinity Partners CONTACT US Sacramento State Alumni Association 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6024 Phone 916 278 6295 Fax

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  • Career Center Home
    2 Career Internship Boot Camp Contact Us Lassen Hall 1013 916 278 6231 careercenter csus edu Jobs Career Connection jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us pause play button Arts Letters Professional Seminar Series Hear from industry experts on career preparedness strategies read more about Arts Letters Professional Seminar Series Spring Events Mark your calendars for our events which include jobs internships networking and more read more about Spring Events Hornet Career Connection Search for jobs internships and volunteer positions using our online job board read more about Hornet Career Connection Alumni Services Available for Sacramento State and CSU degree holders who have graduated within 2 years to receive Career Center services read more about Alumni Services STUDENTS Career Connection Career Planning Process Cool Careers Cooperative Education Employment Events Workshops Government Careers Internships Listservs OnCampus Recruitment Resources Students by Majors EMPLOYERS Cooperative Education Career Fairs Events Internships On Campus Recruitment Partnerships Sponsorships CAREER PLANNING PROCESS Self Exploration Researching the World of Work Researching College Majors Decision Making Action Steps Experiential Education Job Search SERVICES Career Connection Career Counseling Spring 2016 Events Arts Letters Professional Seminar Series Wednesdays February 10 17 24 March 9 16 30 2016 9 00am 11 30am University Union Forest Suite 2nd Floor Resumes and Interviews that Get the Job Tuesday February 23 2016 Noon 3pm University Union Ballroom All Majors Career Fair Wednesday March 2 2016 10am 2pm University Union Ballroom View participants here Health Career Exploration Wednesday March 9 2016 Noon 3pm University Union Ballroom View participants here Educator Recruitment Expo Tuesday April 19 2016 10 am 2pm University Union Ballroom View participants here Internship Awareness Week Presentations Monday April 25 Thursday April 28 2016 10 am 11 am

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  • Hornet Aluminaries Home
    Arts Media and Entertainment Athletics Business Education Engineering and Technology Government Health Hospitality Public Service Index by Name previous next Jan Scully 73 A sound education and a resolve gained from decades of success made Jan Scully 73 an impactful leader in the Sacramento community more info previous next Cate Dyer 05 Efficiency and breakthroughs in healthcare don t often go hand in hand Cate Dyer 05 set out to change that more info previous next Pat Fong Kushida 85 Pat Fong Kushida s 85 business sense helped raise the Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce to statewide prominence more info previous next Jim Gomez 71 Jim Gomez 71 tends to find himself on the front lines of major issues in California more info previous next Lee Ritchey 67 When Lee Ritchey 67 gazes up at the moon at night he can beam with pride though it s not in his nature more info previous next Tami R Bogert 93 Scott Yuill 85 In 2013 Scott Yuill 85 and Tami R Bogert 93 played a scene straight out of a romance movie more info previous next Philip I Person 08 As a freshman at Sac State Philip I Person 08

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  • News
    one of which already is sold out Ancestral Voices inspire dancers in spring concert Feb 05 2016 Renowned S BAD troupe pays tribute to its predecessors in performances through Feb 28 Sac State hosting a series of events focused on diversity Feb 03 2016 A wide variety of events underscore the University s commitment to inclusiveness 3D masks bring a new dimension to familiar portraits Feb 02 2016 Japanese artist Bidou Yamaguchi offers a fresh perspective on well known artworks Sac State offers wide ranging vibrant Black History Month Jan 29 2016 Dance music film lectures highlight the University s annual celebration Dining Commons to serve up an all new servery Jan 27 2016 When a 6 million renovation is complete students will enjoy themed cooking stations and many more food options Welcome to a new semester Jan 25 2016 Spring 2016 gets underway with this fun video which includes some good advice on succeeding from a first year student Arts bring spring to life at Sacramento State Jan 25 2016 Sacramento State s awesome arts programs will celebrate the season in dance theater music and art 2 5 million grant awarded to Sac State stem cell program Jan 22 2016 The 20 month program includes a 15 000 six month internship at the Institute for Regenerative Cures President refocuses his Sac State vision in Spring Address Jan 21 2016 President Nelsen sees successes and shortcomings after six months as Sac State s leader Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant Director of News Services and Senior Writer 916 278 2970 ckoscho csus edu Dixie Reid Writer 916 278 3820 dixie

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  • News
    servery s size to about 6 000 square feet and will include the spaces now occupied by a private dining room and two atriums The Dining Commons is getting a new entrance and exit along with new plumbing boilers electrical panels air handlers exhaust hoods wall finishes countertops lighting flooring and a fire sprinkler system The renovation s cost is being shared by UEI and Sacramento State s Housing and Residential Life The servery will be more energy efficient and safer and provide more food options for students Davis says It ll be more modern and will look nicer The new finishes are fantastic While the servery is under construction UEI will continue to offer most of its current menu at the Dining Commons along with adding more food options in the American River Courtyard s Courtyard Market and bringing food trucks to campus two days a week Three Riverfront Center restaurants and Epicure at the University Union will stay open later in the evening to accommodate students The Dining Commons is the primary eatery for students living in the residence halls and serves approximately 1 600 all you want to eat meals each day That number will increase in August 2017 when 416 students will move into the residence hall currently under construction The modernization of the serving area along with the new platform dining experience will increase our ability to service the needs of students in the new residence hall and for any future housing expansion says Jim Reinhart UEI s executive director And although the Dining Commons is dedicated to feeding Sacramento State s resident students it s open to the entire campus community with lunch for 11 55 and dinner for 14 98 Dixie Reid Dixie Reid Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice

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  • News
    the genre will play during the exhibit s run Art Professor Elaine O Brien arranged to bring the exhibition to Sac State from the BonxArtSpace in New York where it was on view in February and March of last year Pump Up The Volume shows bright embers of a youth culture that caught fire fast and burns hot everywhere today says O Brien We brought this show here for the students to impress and inspire them with the force of art made by young people out of school and against the odds Dickson began working on projects at Fashion Moda in the South Bronx in 1979 created City Maze there in 1980 along with graf artists Crash and Noc and began collaborating with future husband Charlie Ahearn on Wild Style the first hip hop movie in 1981 Often working with industrial materials her work examines the conventions and disjunctions of contemporary American life Her work is owned by more than 30 museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the Brooklyn Museum Lewis work reflects his introduction to hip hop and street culture His focus is on the Word its influence on animate and inanimate ideas places and things At times he also muses on the mystical and supernatural meaning of everyday things when taken out of context such as prep school boys dressing and acting like gangsters His work can be found in collections at the Studio Museum in Harlem the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Deutsche Bank The exhibit is sponsored in part by Sacramento State s One World Initiative and Associated Students Inc For more information visit Sacramento State s Art Department at www al csus edu art or call 916 278 6166 Craig

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  • News
    dialogue and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding He also co founded a youth leadership program at the State Capitol and organizes an annual College and Career Fair at Sacramento State Ahlam Abdul Rahman a Sacramento State graduate student in the English Department She has taken part in several public awareness projects on the necessity of promoting peace despite societal stereotypes and differences In recent months we have seen an alarming rise in fear based rhetoric against the Muslim American community that runs counter to our American values Matsui says It is more important than ever that we remember the lessons of our past and join together as a community to find common ground That is why I am so pleased University President Robert S Nelsen and Sacramento State have created this forum and I m looking forward to participating It s important to look back at the Japanese American experience during WWII to derive lessons of how innocent Americans suffered due to war hysteria and hate says Elkarra Tsukamoto notes the philosophy of the Nisei second generation Japanese Americans We speak and tell our story for the sake of the children Never again she says We have learned justice is a matter of continuing education It s definitely important to look at the past because our perceptions of events and the feelings we derive from them are shaped by the past says Abdul Rahman Our past can never be dead In fact it shapes our life on a daily basis The address and forum is just one of many spring campus events that seek to celebrate and enhance Sacramento State s diversity For more information visit http bit ly 1PA5wkf Craig Koscho Craig Koscho Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications

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