Category Archives: Campus News

Sports HOF

Sports Hall of Fame to Induct 8

Sac City’s Athletic Hall of Fame will add eight new members to its roster on Friday, April 17 at the Dante Club, 2330 Fair Oaks Blvd. The event starts with a social hour at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 and the Induction Program at 8.

The Inductees are:

Jackie Corriea – Women’s Track 1998-1999

Ed Delzer – Baseball 1981

Percy Green – Football 1963-1964

Tina Green – Women’s Basketball 1989-1990; 1991-1992

Rich Hanna – Cross Country 1983-1984

Joe Kemp – Men’s Basketball 1967-1969

Lyndsey Klein – Softball 1997-1998

Jaquillia Lewis – Women’s Track 1997-1999

John Ming – Wrestling 1969-1970

The hall of fame ceremony costs $40 per person, with a choice of prime rib, chicken or vegetable entrée. Please RSVP by April 9th to Laura Love at 558-2420, or LoveL@scc.losrios.edu

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Dental Assisting Program to help Provide Free Care

SCC Dental Assisting students and faculty are all participating in the upcoming CDA Cares event where free dental services are provided to the under served for two full days at Cal Expo.

The event is Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28.

Students will be assisting doctors in x-rays, cleanings, extractions, fillings, dentures, and translation services. This is an exciting community service event that could benefit many people who do not have dental insurance.

For more information on the event, visit CDA Cares.

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Panthers Claw From Behind To Beat CRC

Using the long ball, Sac City’s softball team erased an early four-run deficit to beat previously unbeaten Cosumnes River 9-8 in extra innings Saturday. Aaliyah Oliver was one of four Panthers with a home run, hers a towering three-run shot that tied the game at 7-7. Emily Murphy’s homer in the seventh inning tied the game again at 8-8 before Megan Anthony’s sacrifice fly won it in the bottom of the eighth.

For more information on the game, visit the Sac City Express account of the game.

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Sac City Walks for Breast Cancer Awareness

Dozens of staff, managers, students and even little ones from Sac City’s Child Development Center turned out to walk for breast cancer awareness at Hughes Stadium on Thursday, March 19.

“Come Walk With Us!” was organized by the Cultural Awareness Center as a Women’s History Month event.

Members of the SCC community were encouraged to “wear pink” and walk with college President Kathryn Jeffery and Los Rios Community College District Trustee Pamela Haynes to raise awareness for breast cancer research, prevention and care.

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Jesus Debate Draws Big Crowd

Wednesday night’s forum in the Student Center, entitled “The Jesus Debate: Lord or Legend” drew a standing room only crowd of more than 200 people, who listened to two noted authors debate the authenticity of the New Testament Gospels, and ultimately if Jesus of Nazareth ever truly existed.

Author and filmmaker John Christy presented the Christian side of the debate, while author David Fitzgerald argued on behalf of atheists. Sacramento City College’s student clubs, SSA-SCC and the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, presented the lively debate.

It was broadcast live on www.dogmadebate.com and videotaped for future broadcast on cable channels 15 and 16, through the Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium.

 

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Enroll at West Sac for Summer/Fall

Enrollment assistance is provided at the West Sacramento Center. All the tools needed to become a full-fledged student can be taken care of right there.

Computers are available in the e-Services Area for potential students to complete their college applications. As soon as a student receives his or her LRCCD ID Number, an appointment can be made to take their assessment tests at the Center.

After the assessment is complete, students can make another appointment to see the counselor at the Center and create an educational plan.

Students may also use computers in the e-Services Area to complete the New Student Orientation and FAFSA application. Staff are available to answer any questions and for any help needed during the registration/enrollment process.

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A lot of Winning on Saturday

Morgan Welch tossed a complete-game no-hitter, with one walk and four strikeouts, as the Lady Panthers beat Modesto 8-0 at the Sac City softball field. Megan Anthony had a triple among two hits, Taylor McDowell had two singles, and Aaliyah Oliver had a bases-loaded double to lead the offense. It was Sac City’s first win in conference play. The Panthers came back later in the afternoon to win the second game of the doubleheader by the score of 10-2. Sac City plays host to Cosumnes River at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Anthony Fellman went 3-for-3 with four runs scored as the Panthers baseball team beat American River 13-5 on Saturday at Union Stadium. Malcom Boehm had a double and two singles with three RBI in the game, which also was the first Big 8 Conference win for Sac City. Pitcher Steve Daini picked up his second win in relief. The Panthers travel to Santa Rosa on Tuesday.

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Workshops Coming in Anticipation of Career Day

May 6 is Career Day, when students will have chances to interact with members of the business community looking for part- and full-time workers. To get ready, the SCC Career Center is putting on a series of workshops aimed at prepping students in various aspects of applying for jobs that could help them get an edge on the competition.

Here is the list of workshops:

Resume Workshop, March 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in LRC 141

How to Find a Job Workshop, April 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in LRC 105

Interview Basics Workshop, April 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in LRC 141

Dress for Success Workshop, April 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in LRC 141

Navigating Career Day, April 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in LRC 141

Attend all the workshops, and you will be entered in a prize drawing.

Plus, you will be better prepared for that dream job you’ve always wanted.

For more information, visit the SCC Career Center.

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High School Students Encouraged to Enroll

Sacramento City College hosted an event Friday morning and early afternoon for local high school students who have not, as yet, made a decision to enroll in college. After taking a brief tour of the campus and seeing some of the programs here, the students were treated to a Native American dancing celebration in the quad.

SCC is an open-access campus, which means anyone with a high school diploma, or the equivalent, is eligible to attend. It is our hope that many students coming out of high school, but not necessarily thinking of college right away, will give us a chance to prove that we have the ability and know-how to help any serious student succeed.