In this issue:
Sac State alumni, like movie and TV director Joe Carnahan ’95, keep the Golden State's economy booming.
Sac State students and experts have their eyes on California's water supply.
Meet this year's outstanding alumni honorees.
The Capital School of Public Affairs takes policy programming downtown.
Internment items from the Japanese American Archival Collection are now online.
If you look hard enough, you'll find a little bit of each of California's counties at Sac State.
Also in this issue:
Sac State is becoming the college of choice for Californians.
Alumnus and California Museum Director Amanda Meeker ’00 (Public History) reflects on the "idea" of California.
Recreation program helps students chart a course for success.
"California is filled with opportunity, and we need to provide our students with the best education possible in order to keep the economy thriving and growing."
The long-awaited Science II building is one step closer to reality, Sac State is making strides in sustainability and more quick takes on campus happenings.
Continuing Education's Portfolio program is preparing next generation of leaders.
Find out the latest news on your fellow Hornets. And your chance to let us know what you're up to.
Your complete list of stories for the Spring 2016 issue.
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