Students face increasing challenges while juggling the costs of living, working, and obtaining their degrees. Many find themselves choosing between basic essentials, such as food and toiletries, and the required costs of tuition, fees, and…
Official Press Release from the ASI President Melissa Bardo
This past spring, the 2015 ASI student government elections made history when 33 candidates competing for 14 elected positions rallied 15.1 percent of the student body…
This year’s California state budget includes increased support for the California State University (CSU) and other higher education segments.
Every January, the Governor proposes a budget to both houses of the State Legislature (Senate and…
The past few weeks have been filled with elections signs throughout campus as the candidates have campaigned for the votes of the Sac State student body. This year students embraced the slogan “Where is Your…
Spring is all about warm weather, spring break, and the ASI Elections! ASI Elections are held each year during the Spring Semester. During this time, officers are elected to serve on the Board of Directors.…
Job Title: Legislative Affairs Coordinator
Department: Office of Governmental Affairs
Year: Fifth year, graduating senior
Either ‘Empire Strikes Back’ or ‘Pride and Prejudice’
Revenge of the Sith…
Job Title: Elections Officer
My Nikon D50
“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” -Susan Sontag
What do you…
In support of the ASI Food Pantry, ASI will be hosting a menstrual product drive for students in need.
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