Sacramento State reaches out to the community to promote the benefits of higher education. As part of the “Super Sunday” event, university President Alexander Gonzalez, center, attended St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento. He spoke to the congregation and then later sat through the two-hour service. Afterward, he answered questions for students.
Sacramento State reaches out to the community to promote the benefits of higher education. As part of the “Super Sunday” event, university President Alexander Gonzalez, center, attended St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento. He spoke to the congregation and then later sat through the two-hour service. Afterward, he answered questions for students. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Sacramento State reaches out to the community to promote the benefits of higher education. As part of the “Super Sunday” event, university President Alexander Gonzalez, center, attended St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento. He spoke to the congregation and then later sat through the two-hour service. Afterward, he answered questions for students. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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