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REVIEW: ‘Doctor Sleep’ shows that sometimes a bad idea works

REVIEW: ‘Doctor Sleep’ shows that sometimes a bad idea works

Will Coburn, Podcast editor

November 17, 2019

The film “Doctor Sleep” is a mixed bag, more interesting than good, with a rough opening act, a middle that finds its footing, and a final act that honestly pushes into something really good. However, if you’re a fan of Steven King adaptations or director Mike Flannagan’s previous work, especially “Th...

Students show off talent in UNIQUE’s annual Sac State’s Got Talent show

Students show off talent in UNIQUE’s annual Sac State’s Got Talent show

Leticia Sanchez and Khala Clarke

November 15, 2019

Sacramento State UNIQUE Programs hosted its annual Sac State’s Got Talent show Thursday in the University Union Ballroom. This year was the first year Sac State’s Got Talent was a competition with only three contestants awarded gift cards for winning first, second, and third place.  K-Pop grou...

Sac State Opera Theatre will perform scenes from ‘Macbeth’ and other classics

Sac State Opera Theatre will perform scenes from ‘Macbeth’ and other classics

Patrick Walsh

November 15, 2019

Sac State’s Opera Theatre will perform scenes from classic operas such as “Macbeth,” “The Magic Flute” and “Hansel & Gretel”  Sunday, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Capistrano Concert Hall.  Ryan Murray, the Opera Theatre’s director and conductor, said he and the performers want to return oper...

Sac State ASI to host panel promoting ‘Diversity in the Outdoors’

Sac State ASI to host panel promoting ‘Diversity in the Outdoors’

Nigel Rayyan

November 13, 2019

Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. Peak Adventures and the Serna Center are hosting a “Diversity in the Outdoors” panel featuring adventure enthusiasts from the Pride Center and the Students with Disabilities Department. The discussion will be in the Forest Suite on the second floor o...

16 questions with Sac State TikTok star Nebaiot Lemma

16 questions with Sac State TikTok star Nebaiot Lemma

Brooke Uhlenhop

November 12, 2019

Nebaiot Lemma is a first-year film major at Sac State who recently went viral on TikTok. Lemma took The State Hornet on a tour of his Sacramento home and answered 16 hard-hitting questions about his videos and his life. The format was inspired by Vogue’s 73 Questions segment. RELATED: Sac State YouTuber hits it big with viral videos throu...

Electric vehicles: How is Sac State accommodating newer cars?

Electric vehicles: How is Sac State accommodating newer cars?

Cristian Corona

November 9, 2019

The popularity of electric vehicles is noticeable in California, a state which has the goal to put 5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2030. Sacramento State is part of the trend of electric vehicles growing in popularity and usage; at Sacramento State the recently-built Parking Struc...

REVIEW: Culver Creek is just as you remember it in the Hulu adaptation of ‘Looking for Alaska’

REVIEW: Culver Creek is just as you remember it in the Hulu adaptation of ‘Looking for Alaska’

Kayla Brown

November 8, 2019

The highly anticipated Hulu series “Looking for Alaska,” based on John Green’s first published novel, was released in full Oct. 18 and has proven to be a great example of a screen adaption that accurately depicts its source material.  But this series made me realize something I didn’t when I firs...

Sac State fraternity Phi Beta Sigma to host mental health forum Wednesday

Sac State fraternity Phi Beta Sigma to host mental health forum Wednesday

Aline Henda

November 5, 2019

Phi Beta Sigma at Sacramento State will host the mental health forum, “Let’s Talk About It,” in the University Union Wednesday. The forum will include a talk from Michael Dickerson and Courtney Hughes, mental health professionals at The WELL, an overview of mental health services The WELL provides, ...

Sac State YouTuber hits it big with viral videos through TikTok

Sac State YouTuber hits it big with viral videos through TikTok

Brooke Uhlenhop

November 2, 2019

“‘Do you think Sac State is a friendly environment?’  ‘I don’t know, I’ve seen a lot of dead squirrels lately.’” This awkward exchange is one of many in the viral TikTok by film major Nebaiot Lemma, also known as @nebaiot on TikTok and Instagram.  Lemma’s TikTok has gained 2....

#SacStateSays: ‘What are your thoughts on cuffing season?’

#SacStateSays: ‘What are your thoughts on cuffing season?’

Ashton Byers and Brooke Uhlenhop

October 31, 2019

Cuffing season is the time of the year between October and March when singles tend to get lonely and want to get into a relationship, according to Urban Dictionary. The State Hornet asked students for their thoughts on cuffing season. RELATED: OPINION: Cuffing season is here, but don’t sweat if you’re single...

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