Jason Ross: My Favorite Time In College FootballCollege football's rivalry week is Jason's favorite time of the season, for obvious reasons.
Michael Brown's Father Delivers Talk At Sac StateMichael Brown Sr., the father of a black Missouri teen shot and killed by a Ferguson officer, was in Sacramento Thursday night.
Farm To Fuel: Sacramento State Using Waste As ResourceSac State is using waste as a resource through a program that's a first of it's kind in the Cal State University system.
Police: Man Attacked, Tried To Drag Sac State Student Into Bushes On Bike TrailPolice are investigating after a Sacramento State student was attacked along an American River bike path.
As Sacramento State Students Move In, School Starts Planning Their Move-OutJust 9 percent of Sacramento State students graduate on time, and to combat that, freshman who pledge to take 15 units a semester and get out in four years get added discounts and help from advisers.
Golden 1 Center To Host Sac State, UC Davis Basketball GameIt was announced Monday that the downtown arena will be hosting its first NCAA men's basketball games in a double-header on Nov. 21. The first game will feature local rivals Sacramento State and UC Davis, while the second game will be Cal-Berkeley vs. San Diego State University.
Police: Woman Groped By Man On Bicycle At Sacramento StateAuthorities are looking for a man who reportedly groped a woman at Sacramento State.
New Grant Helping Sacramento State Fight HIVThe four-year, $425,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health was awarded to the school to bolster its ongoing work in the field.
Sacramento State Students Pitch Solutions To World ProblemsSacramento State students are being pressured to solve major world problems in 15 minutes or less as part of the first Strong 2016 problem-solving competition.
Sacramento State Professor Emeritus Excited To See Harriet Tubman On $20 BillIf money talks, then this is a whole new conversation.
Sacramento State Students Spending Spring Break Trying To Get Out The VoteFrom sidewalks and stairs, to navigating around gates and even a few barking dogs, Sacramento State students are targeting neighborhoods with traditionally low voter turnout to try and change that.
Sacramento State Students On Edge After Suspicious Van Poses As Campus ShuttleFemale students are often seen late at night coming and going through the parking lots, and some say with the frequency of these events increasing, it takes away the shock factor.

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