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Fields of Gold

Fields of Gold

Every autumn on the Sacramento State campus, bright yellow ginkgo leaves fall from their branches and form vibrant canvases for environmental artist Joanna Hedrick, who patiently shapes them into mesmerizing designs. With a humble rake as her paintbrush, she creates ephemeral works of art that make a lasting impression.

October-November 2018
Done Wanderin'

Done Wanderin'

October-November 2018
Chef Jeremiah Tower

Chef Jeremiah Tower

August-September 2018
Raising the Barre

Raising the Barre

August-September 2018
Special K

Special K

August-September 2018
The Whole Earth Cataloguer

The Whole Earth Cataloguer

June-July 2018
Hollywood Set Decorator Julie Ochipinti

Hollywood Set Decorator Julie Ochipinti

June-July 2018
Animated Figure

Animated Figure

Death takes a holiday in the Día de los Muertos-centric film Coco, which made its Netflix debut on May 29. Having spent over four years bringing the Pixar animated feature to life, its co-director/writer Adrian Molina talks about taking a holiday of his own, saying proper thank yous at the Oscars and making “awful” movies while growing up in Grass Valley.

June-July 2018
All Americans

All Americans

On Feb. 22, just over 1,000 immigrants from 81 different countries gathered at Memorial Auditorium to take the oath of allegiance to become our country's newest citizens. It was, ironically, the same day that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency removed the description of the U.S. as "a nation of immigrants" from its mission statement. We spoke with 15 of the proud new Americans who were sworn in about this milestone moment in their lives and what it meant to them. "I was born today—reborn, actually," said Tunisian native Gaith Ben Younes after the ceremony. "It's something I've been dreaming of for a long time."

April-May 2018
The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

April-May 2018
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