'Black Panther' Premiere Has Fans Super Excited"Black Panther" held its star-studded world premiere Monday night in Los Angeles, and based on social media, it was all fans hoped it would be.
Snowboarder Remembered For Impact He Had On Everyone Around HimDavid Karlin, 23, had big dreams to become a lawyer. While his life was cut short, his parents say the impact he's left is remarkable.
Homeless Student Population Growing At Sacramento StateStudent homelessness isn't a new problem, but what's happening at Sac State currently is a dire situation.
Snapchat Videos Appear To Show Sacramento State Student Drinking And DrivingA 43-second video posted to Snapchat is going viral in what appears to be a Sacramento State freshman throwing back a bottle of Hennessy while driving.
Citing Rising Costs, Sac State To End Winter Commencement CeremoniesThis December will mark the final winter commencement ceremonies for Sacramento State students.
Sacramento State Helps Amputees With Free Therapy ClinicA free therapy clinic is giving local amputee patients a renewed sense of hope to regain their movement and freedom.
Sacramento State Student Raising Money To Help Family Trapped In Puerto RicoHis parents, both sets of grandparents and five brothers were on the island when the storm hit back in September.
Sac State Celebrating 50th Anniversary Of MLK VisitSacramento State is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to campus on Monday.
College Student's Art Depicting Cops As Pigs Drawing AttentionJacob Lewis is a senior art student and said there's more than meets the eye in his paintings.
Sacramento State Science Center Finally Sees GroundbreakingOfficials broke ground on the $90 million complex Monday on a campus that hasn’t seen a new education building go up in 17 years.
Getting Answers Road Tour: What's Up With The Parking Problems At Sacramento State?Parking is on the minds of Sacramento State students these days. Or shall we say, the lack of parking.
Sacramento State President Vows To Unite Campus Against Bigotry, Racism Sacramento State University President Robert Nelsen described this current period as one of the “most turbulent times” in US history since the Vietnam War.