Sac State to build planetarium in new science complex
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — Sacramento State broke ground Monday on a long overdue science complex.
The 90,000-square-foot structure will replace aging laboratories, old classrooms and outdated equipment.
"Thirty years we've been waiting for this building -- 30 years,” Sac State President Robert S. Nelson said. “The Bunsen burners didn't work. So what were they using? Hairdryers to heat up the chemicals."
Sac State drew up plans more than a decade ago. However, the school hit financial roadblocks during the recession and the project came to a standstill.
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