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Sac State basketball to play in Taiwan in July

Sac State basketball to play in Taiwan in July

Andrew Brown
May 12, 2016
Filed under Basketball, Sports

The Sacramento State's men's basketball team will be going to Taiwan this summer to take part in the 37th William Jones Cup. Sac State is the only non-national team heading to the tournament and is also the only representative from the U.S. The Hornets will play eight games in nine days. T...

Possible Sac State satellite campus in the works, future uncertain

Possible Sac State satellite campus in the works, future uncertain

Andrew Brown
May 12, 2016
Filed under News

At the time this article was sent to the printer for today's issue of The Hornet, the author had not yet received a statement from Sacramento State. We have since received a comment from Elisa Smith, director of news and communications from Public Affairs and Advocacy:  “Sacramento State’s ...

Men’s basketball undergoes changes in roster

Men’s basketball undergoes changes in roster

Andrew Brown
May 6, 2016
Filed under Basketball, Sports

Mason Stuteville announced last week he has decided to transfer from Sacramento State, leaving the men's basketball team to look for a different opportunity. Stuteville played for Sac State for two seasons at the power forward position. In 2014-15, he played in seven games, totaling 19 minutes ...

Blood Drive comes to campus

Blood Drive comes to campus

Andrew Brown
April 25, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State will be holding two blood drives sponsored by BloodSource on Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27 in the University Union Ballroom. BloodSource's Be the Match program will also be available to donors on both days. The program allows people to sign up and get matched with indi...

Demps goes from the hardwood to the gridiron

Demps goes from the hardwood to the gridiron

Andrew Brown
April 22, 2016
Filed under Football, Sports

Cody Demps has gone from senior captain and point guard on the Sacramento State basketball team to the rookie wide receiver on the football team in a matter of weeks, after a surprise announcement last week. Demps, author of one the most successful tenures in Sac State basketball history, was a stand...

Sac State holds education career fair

Sac State holds education career fair

Andrew Brown
April 21, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State's 2016 Educator Recruitment Expo in the University Union Ballroom on Tuesday, April 19 saw even more potential employers than last year. Hundreds of students in business casual attire showed up to the event, which featured 118 different educational organizations. The Career...

STRONG showcase exhibits students’ knowledge in wellness

STRONG showcase exhibits students’ knowledge in wellness

Andrew Brown
April 19, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State's first STRONG 2016 event will give students and their families the chance to interact with each other within the seven dimensions of wellness on Friday, April 29 and Saturday April, 30 in the University Union. The academic showcase portion of the event will pair students wit...

Sac State students suffer from a case of ‘March Madness’

Sac State students suffer from a case of ‘March Madness’

Andrew Brown
April 13, 2016
Filed under Basketball, Sports

March Madness has come and gone. The nets were cut down, the Cinderella stories were told, brackets busted, and Villanova was crowned as the kings of the NCAA. The buzz at Sacramento State continues on though. Sac State students filled out their brackets hoping they had the perfect one. Then the fir...

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Andrew Brown
April 7, 2016
Filed under Club Sports, Rowing, Sports

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 has helped provide an avenue for female college students to be more involved in NCAA-sanctioned sports. Athletics was just one factor in a long list of changes the act created, but with sports being a financial juggernaut, it has been the most di...

Gradfest aims to provide students with graduation materials

Gradfest aims to provide students with graduation materials

Andrew Brown
April 7, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State's Grad Fest had hundreds of future graduates standing in long lines in the University Union Ballroom on Monday, April 5, preparing for commencement in May. The event, sponsored and run by Sac State's Alumni Association and the Hornet Bookstore, allowed spring graduates the chan...

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