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The State Hornet

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The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
(L-R) Nataly Andrade-Dominguez, Laura De la Garza Garcia, Lexa Estrella and Salma Pacheco are four out of five ASI board members that are of hispanic descent. The women hope to be role models to other young women through their leadership role at Sac State. (Graphic created on Canva by Alexis Hunt and Mercy Sosa)
Today’s student voice, tomorrow’s role models
Stacy Hanson October 2, 2022
“To be able to showcase that women of color can represent and can be that voice is beautiful”: ASI executive board discusses representation of Hispanic culture.
Q&A: How Sac State is responding to campus antisemitism
Emma Hall September 30, 2022
President Nelsen states there was “no reason” why administration didn't tell students about the first swastika on campus.
Secretary of State educates students on voter suppression
Justine Chahal September 29, 2022
The dangers of voter suppression. Secretary of State Shirley Weber visits the university to spread information on voting and encourage students to cast their ballots.
Sac State club empowers female strength in the gym
Jacob Peterson September 29, 2022
Sac State’s Girl Gains chapter is helping women feel empowered in and out of the gym
The Sac State offensive line squared up against Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Saturday, Oct.1, 2022, at Alex G. Spanos Stadium The Hornets got out to their second 4-0 start in school history with a commanding 49-21 win over the Mustangs Saturday.
RECAP: Sac State advances to 4-0 for second time in program history
Jack Freeman, Football Beat Writer • October 1, 2022
Sac State football opened Big Sky Conference play in San Luis Obispo with a win over the Cal Poly Mustangs.
The Way of Tea: Sac State students gather for traditional Japanese ceremony
Elizabeth Meza September 30, 2022
Curious about the tea garden and room on campus? Learn what it’s used for here:
‘[Don’t] walk away’: Former administrator’s return to Sac State receives mixed emotions
Jacob Peterson and Celene Talavera September 29, 2022
William “Skip” Bishop returns to Sac State as Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity
‘A dream come true’: Sac State’s Pride Center puts on events to promote inclusivity
William Duvall September 28, 2022
Pride Center kicks off first in-person event to welcome the university’s LGBTQ+ community.
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(L-R) Nataly Andrade-Dominguez, Laura De la Garza Garcia, Lexa Estrella and Salma Pacheco are four out of five ASI board members that are of hispanic descent. The women hope to be role models to other young women through their leadership role at Sac State. (Graphic created on Canva by Alexis Hunt and Mercy Sosa)
Today’s student voice, tomorrow’s role models
Stacy Hanson October 2, 2022
“To be able to showcase that women of color can represent and can be that voice is beautiful”: ASI executive board discusses representation of Hispanic culture.
Senior middle blocker Tiyanane Kamba-Griffin (left) and senior setter Ashtin Olin (right) attempting to block a hit against Idaho State Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, at The Nest. Despite a rocky 4-8 start, the Hornets dominated the Bengals 3-0 to get out to a 2-0 start in the Big Sky. (credit: Dylan McNeill)(Illo By James Fife)
Swarm Report Week 3: Women's soccer's first win, softball's season begins and more
Zachary Lallian and Isaac Streeter September 29, 2022
Illo By Mercy Sosa
Cinema Obscura Episode 1: “Next” and “Leprechaun 5”
September 29, 2022
Cinema Obscura is here with hosts James Fife and Steven Gutierrez! Listen to this first episode guest starring Keyshawn Davis and Casey Rafter and their thoughts on obscure movies such as “Leprechaun 5: In The Hood” and “Next.”
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Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing. Students celebrated day one with a concert celebrating Mexican Independence day on Sept. 15 with live music and free ice cream. Students recall the home remedies they grew up with in Hispanic households. Spanish Reporter Nancy Rodriguez found that students still use most of these home remedies at home when they feel unwell. Multimedia Sports Reporter Will Moore talks Sac State Sports, highlighting the ups and downs from State Hornet reporting so far this season.