A Sacramento State philosophy professor says he’s been stalked, threatened and warned.
Getting old is no fun, and having to wear glasses to read can sometimes be a hassle. Imagine eliminating the need for bifocals and trifocals.
Sacramento State is heading to Asia. The university is opening an international Master’s of Business Administration program next fall in Singapore.
It was a celestial sight to see from Houston to Hawaii, and right here in Northern California. Thousands viewed the planet Venus on Tuesday as it passed between the sun and Earth.
A 21-year-old student was arrested near the Sacramento State campus on Wednesday after he allegedly punched a female faculty member in the chest.
Some state workers believe Gov. Jerry Brown’s latest budget proposal is going to stick it to them again.
Wearing a tie to class is your first clue Joseph Simpson is no typical Sacramento State student. He walks through campus and knows he’s actually sprinting toward a promising business career.
A man and a woman who broke into a pump house near the Sacramento State campus were rescued by fire personnel on Tuesday night and the man was arrested.
Undergraduates studying for science degrees at Sacramento State are becoming increasingly frustrated with cuts that make it nearly impossible to graduate on schedule.
An assistant arts teacher at Sacramento State is expected to be let go next spring, but one of his students is pushing to prevent that.
Sacramento County Undersheriff Mark M. Iwasa has been hired as Sacramento State’s new campus police chief effective Jan. 3, the university announced Monday.
Some religious students are asking Sacramento State to open a prayer room for all denominations, but although university officials are supportive of the idea, they say tight resources may not allow them to move forward with the concept soon.