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Sac State studio art students get needed equipment and community from in-person classes

Studio art major Jessica Wolfe and other advanced ceramics students create pottery for their next class project. All students sit at least six feet away from each other at their pottery wheels during class.

Milan Cabebe and Khalil Bourgoub

September 17, 2020

A handful of Sacramento State art classes are being taught in person this fall and while some people may frown upon this fact, the students and staff of the school’s advanced ceramics class are grateful for this opportunity.  Studio art classes suffered after transitioning to virtual learning in the mi...

REVIEW: MasterClass offers students one-year membership for $1

Dylan McNeill

September 17, 2020

MasterClass will offer all college students a year long subscription to their platform for only $1 on Sept. 17.

Sac State alumnus giving back to Sacramento, ‘one cup at a time’

Employee Gisel Rodriguez hands a

Chanelle Muerong and Anastasia Sher-Jones

September 16, 2020

Sac State alumnus Shadi Khattab created his Onit Coffee truck business amid the pandemic.

MAX’S TABLE: All about In-N-Out Burger

MAX’S TABLE: All about In-N-Out Burger

Max Connor and Shaun Holkko

September 15, 2020

On the first episode of Max’s Table this semester, editor-in-chief Max Connor talks to Sac State alumnus and former State Hornet sports editor Shaun Holkko about In-N-Out Burger.

Music producer overcomes homelessness, creates positive culture in Sacramento’s entertainment industry

Graphic by Tara Gnewikow

Katerina Graziosi

September 14, 2020

Jesse Hanes, who goes by Kassette, smiled even as he recounted eating cans of cold ravioli in a flooded outdoor basement.

Chalk It Up! holds annual local festival despite coronavirus, fires

A modern take on a classic painting with  Lupita Nyong'o as

Colby Case

September 9, 2020

Local organization "Chalk It Up!" held its annual festival where chalk artists decorate sidewalk squares over Labor Day weekend.

‘You were my bullies’: Sac State theatre and dance students confront faculty over systemic racism

Students, staff and alumni attending a

Khala Clarke and Nijzel Dotson

August 9, 2020

Over the past month, members of the Sacramento State theatre and dance department have set up virtual meetings for students and alumni to share their stories of systemic racism from professors in the theatre and dance department. “Black lives are and have always been subjugated to oppression in...

REVIEW: ‘SCOOB!’ was a great idea that flopped on its face

Shaggy Rogers (Will Forte) and Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker) share nachos at a movie theater during the latest addition to the Scooby-Doo franchise, SCOOB! (Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)

Jordan Parker

May 20, 2020

Scooby-Doo was my absolute favorite show as a kid and is now my comfort show when I need a laugh or two, but I can confidently say that the release of SCOOB! put a stain on the franchise. I know that’s not very subtle, but director Tony Cervone dropped the ball on this one. For years we’ve seen m...

MAX’S TABLE S1E2: Home baking with self-taught professional vegan cake baker Ashley Shotwell

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Max Connor

May 19, 2020

This week Max delves into the world of home baking with artist and cake decorator Ashley Shotwell. Shotwell specializes in vegan cakes and baked goods, and she reveals the best substitutes for dairy products in baking and gives advice for those who are interested in exploring baking during the pandemic. Sho...

BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E11: Favorite Songs Finale

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Brooke Uhlenhop, Robyn Dobson, Leticia Sanchez, Shaun Holkko, Max Connor, and Robbie Pierce

May 15, 2020

On the final episode of Brooke’s UhlenBops, Brooke asks another set of editors and staffers what their favorite songs are and why those songs mean so much to them.  RELATED: BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E10: What’s your favorite song? Music: Lollipop by Alex Beroza...

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