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Sacramento State University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1947 as Sacramento State College, changed to University in 1972.

Location:
Sacramento, CA

Founding Date:
1947

Team:
Hornets

Mascot:
Herky the Hornet

Enrollment:
28,000

Official Website:
http://www.csus.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carlos Alazraqui
Actor
20-Jul-1962   Deputy Garcia on Reno 911!
Creed Bratton
Actor
8-Feb-1943   Creed Bratton on The Office
Janice Rogers Brown
Judge
11-May-1949   US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit
Ward Connerly
Activist
15-Jun-1939   Connerly & Associates
Mervyn M. Dymally
Politician
12-May-1926 7-Oct-2012 Congressman from California, 1981-93
Vic Fazio
Politician
11-Oct-1942   Congressman from California, 1979-99
Jack A. Fusco
Business
c. 1963   CEO of Calpine
Tom Hanks
Actor
9-Jul-1956   Forrest Gump
David Hodo
Musician
7-Jul-1957   Construction worker, The Village People
Lester Holt
Journalist
8-Mar-1959   NBC Reporter, Weekend Anchor
Joan Lunden
Talk Show Host
19-Sep-1950   Former host, Good Morning America
Bridget Marquardt
TV Personality
25-Sep-1973   The Girls Next Door
Bobby McFerrin
Singer/Songwriter
11-Mar-1950   Don't Worry, Be Happy
Brian Posehn
Comic
6-Jul-1966   Mr. Show with Bob and David
Sal Russo
Government
?   Political operative
Wayne Thiebaud
Artist
15-Nov-1920   California pop artist
James E. Tilton
Government
c. 1949   Secretary, California Department of Corrections
Roger J. Valine
Business
c. 1948   Vision Service Plan


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