Ask A Sacramento Expert: 5 Tips For Getting Your Child Ready For KindergartenWhile it is not vital for a child know how to read or write before starting kindergarten, there are other valuable non-academic abilities they will need on day one. Teacher Joyce Childs says being able to color within the lines is not as important as knowing how to hold the crayon.
Sacramento Lieutenant Says Candidates Must Be Selfless, Ready To SacrificeLieutenant Tim Albright of the Elk Grove Police Department, says, “We pride ourselves on building and fostering quality and meaningful relationships with those community members.”
Sacramento Professor Traces His Life’s Work Back To A Particular ClassDr. 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.
Sacramento State Tops Incarnate Word In Texas, 49-13Incarnate Word never threatened after the first quarter as Sacramento recovered a fumble and Darnell Sankey picked off a pass, returning it 59 yards for a score in the third quarter.
Sac State's President To Retire At End Of School YearAlexander Gonzalez, Sacramento State’s President of the last 11 years, announced his impending retirement Thursday.
A New Instructor's Perspective On Teaching In SacramentoInterested in being an instructor at the community college or college level, there are many opportunities available in Sacramento so networking and making connections with people at multiple institutions is imperative.
Grandson Of First CSUS Student To Carry On Family LegacyIt'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.
Sacramento State President's Son Subject Of Sexual Harassment Suit At SchoolAn employee claims he rejected unwanted advances by Alexander Gonzalez, Jr., the son of university president Alexander Gonzalez.
CBS13 Cameras Capture Police Using Stun Gun On Fan At Causeway ClassicSeveral police officers jumped in to break up a fight during the football game between UC Davis and Sacramento State on Saturday.
Fake Bombs At Sacramento State Annoying Students For Third Consecutive MonthSacramento State students are frustrated that someone is leaving fake bombs around the campus for a third straight month.
Sacramento State Students Rally On Social Media To Find Stroke Victim A JobCheng Wang is a Chinese immigrant who suffered a debilitating stroke after he graduated in the early ���90s. His ability to walk and speak were affected, and his ability to work in his field of study.
Best Places In Sacramento To Watch The SunsetTake your pick of places sprinkled about the area that all have spots to watch the beauty of the setting sun.
Sacramento State Delay Frustrates Workers Affected By Security BreachThe university confirms someone recently hacked into a school server, and may have accessed around 1,800 staff members’ social security and driver’s license numbers.
Sacramento State Employees Just Being Notified About August Security BreachNews of the August breach is just trickling out. It took the university about a month to figure out the scope of the breach and are only this week reaching out to affected employees.
Artist Completes 1,000 Bowls Project To Help Feed HungryIt took 6,000 pounds of clay and 500 artist collaborations to create the artistic project for change.