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Sacramento Professor Traces His Life’s Work Back To A Particular Class

Dr. Greg Hurtz teaches the same classes at CSUS that inspired him years ago; and he hopes he provides the occasional student with that click of inspiration toward I-O or quantitative psychology.


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Grandson Of First CSUS Student To Carry On Family Legacy

It’s a legacy decades in the making as the grandson of the very first Sacramento State student will be attending classes at the university his family helped build.


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Business Admin Degree Leads To Unique Job Opportunity In Sacramento

George Usi acknowledges that his company benefited directly from his education.



Ask A Sacramento Expert: Best Workout Recipes

Sacramento nutritionist, female body builder, Bikram yoga instructor and teacher at California State University Sacramento, Alice Nicolai offers advice on what to eat before, during and after a workout to get the best results for your body.


Former Upper Eastside Lofts employee Laini Harris, 45, was arrested on embezzlement charges. (CREDIT: Sacramento State Police Department)

Former Sac State Housing Employee Arrested For Embezzlement

A former Sacramento State housing employee suspected of embezzlement was arrested Monday, university police say.


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Scholarships In Sacramento Making A Difference

Take advantage of scholarships offered to Sacramento students to forgo debilitating student loans.


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CSUS Philosophy Professor Receiving Threats Over His Book

A Sacramento State philosophy professor says he’s been stalked, threatened and warned.


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Audio: Sac State Football Coach Marshall Sperbeck Talks About The Hornets’ Upcoming Season

Sacramento State head football coach Marshall Sperbeck was on with Jason to talk about the Hornets upcoming season. Coach Sperbeck discussed how he has built the team over his first 5 seasons with Sacramento State. […]

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Sac State Student Pleads Not Guilty In Roommate’s Death

A former California State University, Sacramento student accused of beating his roommate to death has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.