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The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Tali Rosenberg afuera del Riverfront Center el Miércoles 19 de octubre de 2022. Rosenberg dijo que estaba herida pero no sorprendida por los incidentes en el campus.
‘No creo que los correos electrónicos sean suficientes.’: Estudiantes denuncian actos de antisemitismo en el campus
Hailey Valdivia and Nancy Rodriguez Bonilla November 24, 2022
Sacramento State envió correos electrónicos a todo el campus sobre múltiples esvásticas encontradas cerca de y en el campus este semestre. Algunos estudiantes reaccionaron, mientras otros todavía no sabían de la situación.
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(L-R) Kevin Doan, social work major, Hok Tang, Sac State alumni, April Ngai, design studies major and Tiwa Chan-Nguyen, chemistry major on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022.  “This feels like a historical change. Since we have so many paid, recognized holidays, why can’t we have our own?” Doan said. (Graphic: made in Canva by Elizabeth Meza
‘We have felt invisible’: What Lunar New Year as paid holiday means to faculty, students
Elizabeth Meza November 25, 2022
Lunar New Year is now a paid state holiday, what do Asian-American students and faculty at Sac State think?
Sac State football and fans holding up the Big Sky Conference trophy in celebration of the Hornets clinching a share of the title after a 27-21 win against UC Davis Saturday, Nov.19, 2022, at Hornet Field. The Hornets also clinched home-field advantage throughout the 2202 FCS playoffs with the defeat of the Aggies.
‘Job’s not finished’: Sac State football holds off Aggies in 68th Causeway Classic victory
Jack Freeman, Football Beat Writer • November 19, 2022
Hornets keep dream season alive with third straight Causeway Classic win
(R-L) Jenny Ruiz and Lillyana Sanchez, both fourth-year ethnic studies majors, hold a   banner near the Sac State Library quad on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022. “We wanted something with a little bit of a shock factor,” Sanchez said. “Other SQE chapters at other campuses have more radical artwork, so this is pretty tame in my opinion.”
Student activist organization hosted a panel for alternatives to campus policing
Elizabeth Meza November 25, 2022
Sac State students speak about their safety concerns on campus.
State Hornet Broadcast: November update
State Hornet Broadcast: November update
November 21, 2022
Professors make art, Hmong fashion show honors Hmong new year and students demand action at a student-led town hall addressing sexual assault.
(L-R)Philosophy Lecturer and CFA Membership and Organizing Co-Chair Jonathan Chen, Assistant Art Professor Mya Dosch and Sacramento City College student Pascal Dao running a CFA awareness booth outside the Sacramento State Library Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022. The booth was meant to spread awareness on recent salary increases for the highest earners in the CSU system.
Sac State faculty, California Faculty Association members on compensation inequality
Stacy Hanson and Johnathan Rutz November 18, 2022

Covered in snacks and handmade posters, tables are arranged in the Sacramento State Library forum to entice students to stop by. Dressed in bright...

Sac State Says: Students reveal their essentials for Thanksgiving
Sac State Says: Students reveal their essentials for Thanksgiving
November 23, 2022
Thanksgiving is about more than stuffing and cranberry sauce. Students on campus divulge their interests and hopes for turkey day.
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Professors make art, Hmong fashion show honors Hmong new year and students demand action at a student-led town hall addressing sexual assault.