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Senior forward Ele Avery dribbling through defenders Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021 at Hillsboro Stadium. The Hornets fell to the Vikings in a disappointing 4-2 to open Big Sky play.
Sac State women’s soccer drops Big Sky opener in gritty 4-2 loss
September 26, 2021
Sac State women’s soccer opened their Big Sky campaign with a disappointing 4-2 loss against Portland State.
Stephany Rose Spaulding, Mia Settles-Tidwell and Josephine Moreno were the three candidates for Sacramento State’s next vice president of inclusive excellence. Each was interviewed and shared their ideas on Sept. 21, 22 and 23, 2021 respectively. (Photo courtesy of University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, UC Berkeley and UC Davis Graduate Studies). (Canva graphic by Emma Hall).
Candidates for Sac State’s vice president of inclusive excellence share goals in open forum
September 23, 2021
Three candidates for Sac State’s vice president of inclusive excellence spoke to the campus community this week about their plans for the university if they are hired.
Political science major Kristal Padilla speaks about her journey in pursuing higher education during the “Spotlighting Plática” hosted virtually by CHLFSA on Sept. 23, 2021. She transferred to Sac State after three years of attending De Anza College. (Screenshot by Erick Amaya).
'Spotlighting Plática' showcases Sac State Latinx community members
September 23, 2021
Women’s Studies Professor Joanna Nuñez, Serna Center Coordinator Noel Mora and political science major Kristal Padilla share their journeys through higher education.
Estudiantes y organizaciones en Sacramento State tienen sus propias ideas en como el nuevo jefe de policía del campus Chet Madison y la policía de un entero pueden trabajar a lo mejor para servir la comunidad. Freshman Ryan Sorenson, quien está enfocando su carrera en justicia criminal, dijo que ella cree que la policía debe enfocar en prevenir acoso sexual y asalto en el campus. Foto del fondo tomada por Mercy Sosa. Gráfico creado en Canva por Mercy Sosa.
Comunidad de Sac State comparte pensamientos sobre la policía del campus y el nuevo jefe
Odin Rasco and Erick Salgado September 25, 2021

Al principio del semestre de otoño 2021, ex diputado jefe de la oficina del Alguacil del Condado de Sacramento Chet Madison, Jr. empezó como...

 Junior quarterback Jake Dunniway (12) and junior wide receiver Pierre Willams (84) stand side by side walking off the field at California Memorial Stadium on Sept.18, 2021. The Hornets pulled out a slim 23-21 victory in their game against Idaho State on Saturday.
Sac State squeezes out victory against Idaho State with second half shutout
Brandon Bailey September 25, 2021
The Hornets squeaked out a 23-21 victory on the road against Idaho State. Sac State’s secondary led the way with a game-sealing interception from junior nickelback Marte Mapu.
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On this edition of State Hornet News, we talk to Sac State’s chief risk officer for risk management services about potential COVID-19 restrictions in the fall, Sac State will hold town hall meetings with the final candidates for police chief, there is a new virtual art exhibit, and more.
Sac State niega a 4,306 estudiantes acceso al campus: EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO
Sac State niega a 4,306 estudiantes acceso al campus: EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO
Erick Salgado and Mercy Sosa September 22, 2021
Police chief interview, BSU and LGBTQ+ welcome events and more: STATE HORNET PODCAST
Police chief interview, BSU and LGBTQ+ welcome events and more: STATE HORNET PODCAST
Mack Ervin III September 22, 2021
Sac State Says: The Recall Election
Sac State Says: The Recall Election
James Fife September 12, 2021
The entrance to the “More Than Just Scribbles” art exhibit on the second floor of the University Union on Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The exhibit will continue to be held every day from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. until Thursday, Sept. 30.  Photo by Nicque McMullen
Artwork from ASI Children’s Center displayed in Sac State Union
University Union hosts annual “More Than Just Scribbles” exhibit
Nicque McMullen • September 20, 2021
Art made by the children in the ASI Children’s Program hangs on the walls of the Gallery located on the second floor of the University Union for the next week. Read more about the exhibit here:
Richard Lui shows off his Sac State coffee mug during the Zoom webinar for APIDAs in the arts and entertainment industry on Sept. 17, 2021. He was chosen as a speaker because of his reputation as the first Asian American male to anchor a daily national news broadcast. (Screenshot: Zachary Cimaglio via Zoom)
Sac State webinar spotlights key figures in Asian American entertainment
September 18, 2021
“You don’t need to take a straight path to success”: Key figures in the entertainment world spoke to Sac State students about how to find success as an Asian American.
Lead guitarist Tim Picchi plays a solo during Island of Black & White’s set on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. The performance took place Thursday in the University Union Serna Plaza
Island of Black and White plays Sac State concert
September 11, 2021
Sac State’s UNIQUE hosted their second concert in two days on Thursday evening. Read more to hear what students had to say about the Sacramento band that said they don’t confine themselves to one genre
Jayson Angove performs a song during a concert hosted by Sacramento State’s UNIQUE program on Sept. 8. Angrove performs indie alternative rock and is part of the Roseville-based band Humble Wolf
Indie artist Jayson Angove rocks Serna Plaza at Sac State
September 10, 2021
UNIQUE’s most recent ‘nooner’ first of many upcoming shows.