Congratulations to Keylen Newsome, who was honored Friday, April 15, as Student Employee of the Year – not only for Sacramento State but for the entire state of California!
He and 14 other nominees for the University honor were celebrated at the annual Student Employee Appreciation Luncheon in the University Union Ballroom.
A second-year Economics major, Newsome was honored for his work as an academic mentor with Improve Your Tomorrow, a college preparatory program that provides services and support for young men of color with academic and disciplinary issues.
Each year, the National Student Employment Association recognizes exceptional student employees at the university, state, and federal levels. Keylen was selected as the winner from both Sacramento State and California for the outstanding work he does in our community and the differences he makes in others’ lives every day.
After patrolling Hornet Field for years in the green and gold, Max Alvarez was back sporting a whole new kit.
More than 900 fans turned out Feb. 24 for the first public “friendly” soccer exhibition between Sacramento State and the region’s fastest-growing professional sports franchise, Sacramento Republic FC. Alvarez (’13, Communications) made his triumphant return to the field where he made his mark in Hornet history, and he did not disappoint (check out Max’s profile at www.csus.edu/made/alvarez.html). Enjoy some of the sights from a memorable game!
The award-winning Made at Sac State – The Video Magazine is back for another season, this time with even more incredible stories from California’s capital campus.
Viewers can stream every episode online now. Click here to watch Season 2 of Made at Sac State – The Video Magazine.
Created and hosted by longtime Sacramento television reporter and Sacramento State Public Affairs executive producer Gloria Moraga, Season 2 takes viewers from the banks of the American River to the legislative chambers of the capitol and everywhere in between, showcasing the real-world impact that Sacramento State students, faculty and staff are having on the capital region and beyond.
Each of the season’s eight 30-minute episodes spotlights one of the University’s colleges and the inspirational work of the people within them.
Shot throughout 2015, Season 2 delves even deeper into the people and stories that make Sacramento State the unique, dynamic, and influential institution it is today.
Highlights from the season include:
A high-speed ride in Hornet Racing’s Formula SAE race car, a top-20 finisher in international competition this past July.
A look inside the public process through the eyes of capitol interns.
Insight into the groundbreaking research and farming methods at Sacramento State’s Sustainable Technology Optimization Research Center (STORC) that are changing the way food will be grown for future generations.
A peek backstage at how student actors and dancers juggle performances with their studies.
A view from behind the camera with Hollywood director Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station, Creed).