“The Babymama Effect” exhibit, anti-racism convocation follow-up and more: STATE HORNET PODCAST


Casey Rafter

A detailed look at Aliyah Sidqe’s oil painting “Assessing the Damages,” hung in the Union Gallery at Sac State on Feb. 1. Sidqe said that the tattoo partially shown in the self-portrait reads “Everything Comes to An End.”

Mack Ervin III

Podcast editor Mack Ervin III breaks down the latest headlines from the newsroom on another episode of The State Hornet Podcast.

Major headlines for this week include a new Union gallery exhibit by award winning muralist and painter Aliyah Sidqe called “The Babymama Effect”, a list of AAPI movies to enjoy for the celebration of the Lunar New Year, new podcasts for the Swarm Report and Keys ‘n D Minor and more.

Music: Acid Jazz by Kevin Macleod 

Show Notes:

Sac State’s 2022 convocation discussed turning a plan on paper into action

Anti-racism Convocation, APIDA webinar and more: STATE HORNET PODCAST – The State Hornet

Aliyah Sidqe’s visual and audio journey into single motherhood

6 AAPI Movies for Lunar New Year

Baseball season opener, Women’s basketball’s first winning season in years: STATE HORNET SWARM REPORT

Nicki and Lil Baby heat check, the problem with Dreamville and more (Ft. Prince Washington): KEYS ‘N D MINOR