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Bento Box voted ‘Best Restaurant Near Campus’ at Sac State

Bento Box voted ‘Best Restaurant Near Campus’ at Sac State

Vu Chau
May 11, 2017
Filed under Best of Sac State, Culture, News

Click here for full results. The campus has spoken. Bento Box was voted by The State Hornet’s readers as the best restaurant near campus, beating out Boudin SF, Sushi Hook, Fahrenheit 250 and Barwest. The menu consists of over 100 items, including 20 different choices of teriyaki plates, bento b...

Student-athletes, expert discuss LGBT issues faced in athletics

Student-athletes, expert discuss LGBT issues faced in athletics

Vu Chau
April 13, 2017
Filed under Featured, PRIDE10, Sports

When Abby Wambach leapt over the crowd to kiss her wife after winning the FIFA Women’s World Cup against Japan in 2015, the world was treated to a moment rarely seen in athletics. For some fans, the now-retired U.S. soccer star’s high-profile victory kiss was an appropriate celebration of the...

‘Grey’s Anatomy’: First season a testament to show’s longevity

‘Grey’s Anatomy’: First season a testament to show’s longevity

Vu Chau
March 23, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

My back is sore and my eyes are dry, trying their hardest to stay open at 5 a.m. on Thursday as I was more than five episodes into the first season of Grey’s Anatomy. The nine-episode first season starts off with Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), a new intern at Seattle Grace Hospital, waking up next...

Everyone is a little mad on ‘Mad Men’

Everyone is a little mad on ‘Mad Men’

Vu Chau
March 22, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

Watching Mad Men was like stepping into another world — a world where cigarette scent is overpowering, women are viewed as amusement for men and people who aren’t white Americans live and work in their own community. It’s a different, provocative and stylish world that I, oddly, don’t want to li...

Television touchdown: ‘Friday Night Lights’ shines

Television touchdown: ‘Friday Night Lights’ shines

Vu Chau
March 21, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

For the longest time, I hesitated to start watching Friday Night Lights because of its football-heavy storyline, despite knowing of the show’s numerous accolades and praises during its five-season run. Now that I’m 15 episodes into the first season, I finally understand the mega-hype from both fa...

OPINION: ‘How I Met Your Mother’: Are we sure it isn’t ‘Friends’?

OPINION: ‘How I Met Your Mother’: Are we sure it isn’t ‘Friends’?

Vu Chau
March 20, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

There are multiple ways college students can spend their spring breaks. For some, it’s all about living up to their “life is a beach” attitude and hitting up Cabo, Mexico, Hawaii or any nearby beaches. For others, like myself, it is all about hibernation, rejuvenating after midterms and gearing up for those brain-stir...

#SacStateSays: How big of a problem do you think homelessness is among students?

#SacStateSays: How big of a problem do you think homelessness is among students?

Vu Chau
March 9, 2017
Filed under Featured, News

According to a 2016 study, between 8 and 12 percent of all CSU students are experiencing homeless and about 25 percent deal with food insecurity. We decided to ask Sacramento State students on how big a problem they think homelessness is on college campuses. Join the conversation online by using the...

Sac State Says: Craziest Business Pitches

Sac State Says: Craziest Business Pitches

Vu Chau
March 5, 2017
Filed under Digital Academy

What are the craziest ideas that Sac State students have pitched to you or consulted with you on in the past? Pierre Balthazard Dean of the College of Business Administration “There aren’t crazy ideas, I think some of the best products in the world are sometimes seen as being crazy. Best ...

Gallery: Temporary exhibit ArtStreet spotlights Sacramento’s art scene

Gallery: Temporary exhibit ArtStreet spotlights Sacramento’s art scene

Vu Chau
February 13, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured

Original works of more than 100 artists are being shown to the public at the temporary exhibit ArtStreet in Sacramento. ArtStreet was crowdfunded via a Kickstarter campaign in 2016 by M5Arts — the masterminds behind last year's popular Art Hotel. The exhibit is being held at an abandoned warehouse...

Alum’s swastika sculpture benched from ArtStreet extravaganza

Alum’s swastika sculpture benched from ArtStreet extravaganza

Vu Chau
February 7, 2017
Filed under Culture, Featured

When artist Heston Hurley arrived at the abandoned warehouse on First Avenue to attend to his swastika-shaped bench installed for the pop-up ArtStreet exhibit on Friday, he was asked to leave by an event coordinator. Hurley said a woman working with ArtStreet, who he ended up in a heated exchange w...

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