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Cleo Cartel, owner of Momma
Sankofa Market: A farmers market addressing the food deserts in Sacramento
Brandon Bailey November 24, 2020
Sac State student Greo the Storyteller and business partner Deborah Armstrong launched the second Sankofa Market in an effort to provide fresh produce and natural products to the Black community.
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In The State Hornet’s debut of Stinger Sounds Sessions, we featured the local band Break Up Hoodies, consisting of Devyn Farrales, Jasmine Rubio and Sac State student Lauren Mateo.
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Cleo Cartel, owner of Momma
Sankofa Market: A farmers market addressing the food deserts in Sacramento
Organizers develop a farmers market inclusive of Black vendors
Brandon Bailey November 24, 2020
Sac State student Greo the Storyteller and business partner Deborah Armstrong launched the second Sankofa Market in an effort to provide fresh produce and natural products to the Black community.
The band Break Up Hoodies performs songs in a backyard in Sacramento, California, Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020. The band includes Sacramento State computer science major Lauren Mateo, center, on vocals, Devyn Farrales, left, on bass and Jasmine Rubio on guitar and keys.
STINGER SOUND SESSIONS: Break Up Hoodies does a full 180
November 19, 2020
In The State Hornet’s debut of Stinger Sounds Sessions, we featured the local band Break Up Hoodies, consisting of Devyn Farrales, Jasmine Rubio and Sac State student Lauren Mateo.
The closing performance of the 43rd Annual Festival of New American Music took place on Nov. 8 and featured jazz vocalist Gaw Vang Williams with Sacramento State
Longest running music festival at Sac State continued virtually this year
November 14, 2020
Read about Sacramento State’s 43rd annual Festival of New American Musicand how co-directors and music professors Timothy Stanley and Scott Perkins brought the event to virtual life.
Dance classes were not approved before the semester to take place in person leaving students to learn and practice their routines via Zoom. Graphic by Tara Gnewikow
Step up: How COVID-19 is affecting Sac State dance majors
November 13, 2020

With most in-person classes suspended at Sacramento State, students have had to adjust to a new reality, including students in the dance program who are taking all their classes via Zoom. Sac State has worked with several departments to determine which...