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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Fourth year economics major Malachi Powell sits at a table outside of Lassen Hall and Java City Roundhouse on Friday, April 22, 2022. Powell said he has an unsure but positive outlook towards what his future career path may be after earning his undergraduate degree.
What’s next after college? The dilemma to find a future career
Carina Arroyo May 5, 2022

Sacramento State students are unsure of what their next move is after graduation. From freshman to senior...

‘I still haven’t come out yet’: First-generation queer Indigenous student balances their identities
Hannah Asuncion May 2, 2022

Editor’s note: The subject of the story goes by they/them/their/theirs and is referred to throughout...

‘People being killed left and right’: Ukrainian student’s social media fills with troubling scenes from home
Casey Rafter April 28, 2022

It was just after 5 a.m. in Ukraine when the Russian army launched its first attacks on the country on...

‘Why are we going backwards?’ Students want more online options
Anh Nguyen and Stacy Hanson April 25, 2022

Online options have been a solution to many students and faculty while they reassess their priorities...

This week on The State Hornet Broadcast, Staffers Nadia Sabbaghian, Erick Amaya and Alexis Hunt highlight Women’s History Month
Jordan Parker smiles from ear to ear in his graduation garb on Sunday, April 17, 2022 at Sacramento State. Parker’s grin has lifted the spirits of The State Hornet for the past three years as we determined our role during the pandemic, according to several of its staff and editors.
Opinion: A tearful farewell from The State Hornet’s editor in chief
Jordan Parker, Editor in Chief • May 18, 2022
After a tenure lasting six semesters, Editor in Chief Jordan Parker says goodbye to The State Hornet. Parker graduates this week at the spring 2022 Commencement ceremony, and will go on to work as an intern for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Best of Sac State 2022
All-female club seeks to reclaim business field for women
Uche Esomonu May 13, 2022

Sacramento State senior business administration major Midori Dobson learned how intimidating it can be as the only woman in a classroom after...

From poverty to peer leader: a refugee student finds success
Michael Pacheco April 25, 2022

When the United States military withdrew from Vietnam in 1975, many Hmong refugees migrated from Laos and Vietnam to refugee camps in Thailand...

A study by the Guttmacher Institute says that 68% of unintended pregnancies end in abortion, reflecting the strength of millions of women in their desire to avoid unplanned childbearing. . If the Supreme Court rules to overturn Roe v. Wade, it would disproportionately hurt low-income women 
(Illustration created through Canva by Anh Nguyen)
Opinion: Abortion restrictions won’t stop demand for women’s bodily rights
Anh Nguyen, Staff Writer • May 19, 2022
Roe v. Wade ensures constitutional and human rights for women’s well being. Overturning the landmark case would be unfair to all women, especially those of low-income status.
OPINION: Homeless people are people first
Kris Hall, Opinion Editor • May 19, 2022
Hosts Nijzel Dotson and Keyshawn Davis break down the latest single from Kendrick Lamars new album on this new episode of Keys N D Minor. (Graphic made in Canva by Mack Ervin III)
‘The Heart Part 5’, ‘It’s Dry,’ ‘I Never Liked You’, ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’: KEYS ‘N D MINOR PODCAST
May 17, 2022
On the latest episode of “Keys ‘n D Minor,” Key and Nij discuss the newest singles and albums in Hip-Hop, such as recent singles by Kendrick Lamar off of his newest album “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.” Later, they talk about the latest albums by Future, Pusha T and Jack Harlow.
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