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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Sacramento State students, staff and faculty gather in the main quad on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the university’s founding. The campus community convenes in the grass to take the annual Swarm photo.
The diamond anniversary: Sac State celebrates 75 years
Justine Chahal September 22, 2022
Sac State celebrated its 75th diamond anniversary with entertainment, food and by taking the annual Swarm photo.
‘An attack on us is an attack on everybody’: Facing antisemitism in Sacramento
Kamelia Varasteh, news editor • September 20, 2022
Following the multiple swastikas that were found around the Sacramento area in recent weeks, organization leaders speak out about the impact the incidents have left on their communities.
Chando’s Tacos now open in University Union, prepare for taco Tuesdays
Johnathan Rutz, deputy copy editor • September 20, 2022
Students give voice to the addition of local taco chain Chando’s Tacos on campus. The restaurant offers daily deals from their new home in The Nest.
The State Hornet Podcast - On campus voting registration and Flu vaccine mandate
James Fife and Tony Rodriguez September 20, 2022
Podcast Editor James Fife and Editor-in-Chief Tony Rodriguez, round up week two at The State Hornet
Sacramento State dominated their lone FBS opponent, blowing past the Colorado State Rams 41-10 Saturday at Sonny Lubick Field at Canvas Stadium. A stifling Hornet defense, and a pair of senior Asher O’Hara touchdowns helped the Hornets cruise to 3-0 in a dominant showing in Fort Collins, CO.
RECAP: Sac State stays undefeated against FBS opponent Colorado State
Jack Freeman September 24, 2022
Hornet football made a trip to Fort Collins and picked up their third victory of the year. For the first time in a decade, The Hornets dominated in their first win over an FBS opponent:
Hispanic Heritage Month 2022
Mercy Sosa September 22, 2022
The State Hornet returns with its Hispanic Heritage Month page to commemorate the Hispanic community at Sacramento State and its Hispanic staffers’ work.
Multiple swastikas found on Sac State’s campus
Emma Hall, Jordan Latimore, and Dominique Williams September 2, 2022

Multiple swastikas were found at Sacramento State, according to a campus-wide email sent Friday afternoon. The first swastika was found on a...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Spring 2022 end-of-year-audit results
Keyshawn Davis August 8, 2022

When I came into the role as the second ever Diversity, Equity and Inclusion editor, I knew I had big shoes to fill after previous DEI editor...

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Mexicos independence celebrated at Serna Plaza
Mexico's independence celebrated at Serna Plaza
Julie Blunt and Cristian Gonzalez September 21, 2022
UNIQUE and Gamma Zeta Alpha Inc. hosted a concert in honor of Mexican Independence for Sac State’s Hispanic community.
Joshua Livingston (left) playing a tournament match of Smash Brothers Ultimate against Jorge Costilla (right) at the games room on Friday Sept. 16, 2022. Few players were remaining as the competition was winding down.
Sac State's Games Room tournaments are back in action!
September 21, 2022
Sacramento State students swarm the University Union Games Room for the return of the video game tournaments!
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Chando’s employees serve students their orders on Thursday, Sept.16, 2022. The local taco chain is quickly becoming a staple at Sac State with daily deals on menu items and positive reviews from students.
Chando’s Tacos now open in University Union, prepare for taco Tuesdays
Johnathan Rutz, deputy copy editor • September 20, 2022
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UNIQUE and Gamma Zeta Alpha Inc. hosted a concert at Serna plaza on September 16 for Mexican independence day. El Grito spearheads the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month which is celebrated until Oct. 15. Reporting done by Arts and Entertainment staffer Julie Blunt and Multimedia staffer Cristian Gonzalez.