As Stanislaus State transitions to in-person learning for the first time since spring break of 2020, concerns over safety have come to light regarding new Covid-19 protocols’ impact on faculty and students.
- Stan State Theater to Welcome Back Live Audiences as New Musical Debuts
- Stan State Women's Tennis Makes Anticipated Return to the Courts
- A Personal Experience of Dealing with Covid-19 Symptoms and On-Campus Testing
- Faculty, Students Frustrated Over Enforcement of Covid-19 Self-Screening
- Stan State's Cynthia Mejia Reflects on NCAA Woman of the Year Nomination
On October 12, Stan State's student government met and voted on new policy, to discuss indoor athletic events, congratulated new student government officials, and were introduced to the Board of Trustees among other things.
California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed legislation that will remove the usage of the term “alien” from all state codes and will instead replace it with terms such as “noncitizen” and “immigrant.” The signing, which took place on September 24, aims to improve the safety of non-citizens t…
La celebración anual de, "¡Si Se Puede! Chávez, Huerta, Itliong" organizada por el Warrior Cross Culture Center y el Comité de Celebración en Memoria de César Chavez adoptó el tema de, "La resiliencia de los trabajadores agrícolas durante COVID" para reconocer a los trabajadores agrícolas y …
In wake of Stanislaus State’s theater department debuting their musical, Head Over Heels, the performance also marks the return of live audiences.
The Stanislaus State women’s tennis team competed for the first time since March of 2020, playing two preseason tournaments at the University of the Pacific on September 18 and Fresno Pacific University on September 30.