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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Hosts Nijzel Dotson and Keyshawn Davis break down the latest single from Kendrick Lamars new album on this new episode of Keys N D Minor. (Graphic made in Canva by Mack Ervin III)
‘The Heart Part 5’, ‘It’s Dry,’ ‘I Never Liked You’, ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’: KEYS ‘N D MINOR PODCAST
Keyshawn Davis and Nijzel Dotson May 17, 2022
On the latest episode of “Keys ‘n D Minor,” Key and Nij discuss the newest singles and albums in Hip-Hop, such as recent singles by Kendrick Lamar off of his newest album “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.” Later, they talk about the latest albums by Future, Pusha T and Jack Harlow.
Sac State professor Daniel Bethel stands between Caleveras and Alpine Hall holding the first four volumes of his comic Long John on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Bethel said he’s proud of these books because they reflect the two things he loves doing: English and art.
Sac State English professor by day, self-proclaimed ‘Comicker’ by night
Jack Freeman and Collin Houck May 17, 2022

On a cold night in 2001, Sac State professor Daniel Bethel laid in his bed having a dream that would change his life forever. “It was a...

The king of reggaeton has exited the building
The king of reggaeton has exited the building
Laura De la Garza Garcia May 16, 2022
Sac State students reminisce on Daddy Yankee’s career following the announcement of his retirement from the music industry. The Latin artist released an album and announced final world tour dates as a way to commemorate his departure.
Raven Vance, an anthropology major in her junior year, stands next to her soap and bath products at the Stinger Expo on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Vance said that while bath bombs are usually the top sellers, her bar soaps were her most popular item at the event.
Inaugural Stinger Expo brings student entrepreneurship market to campus
Collin Houck, staff writer • May 11, 2022
Sac State student entrepreneurship program The Hive hosts its first Stinger Expo for student vendors to showcase their businesses.
Students take a break in between classes to paint on a long roll of paper in the Kadema Hall Courtyard on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Professors would stop by and draw as well or just look at the drawings the students had made.
Sac State’s first Pause & Paint provides a creative break from school stressors
Priscilla Garcia-Pargas, staff writer • May 5, 2022
Sac State Arts and Letters Ambassadors held the event last week to help students destress between classes.
Jorja Smith performs on the Blume stage at Discovery Park in Sacramento on Saturday, April 30, 2022. Smith is an English singer-songwriter who was one of four women headliners at Sol Blume festival this year. (Photo by Laura De la Garza Garcia)
GALLERY: Music for the soul to blossom
Keyshawn Davis, Laura De la Garza Garcia, and Dylan McNeill May 2, 2022
Sol Blume music festival makes a comeback to Discovery Park attracting large crowds and loud music. This year, Sol Blume featured four women headliners and Sacramento native artists Victoria Monet and Yelly.
Steven Grant stares into his own reflection in a three part mirror which, in the series, allows conversations to happen between personalities. It’s possible that this shot of three reflections represents the three personalities: Marc Spector, Steven Grant and Jake Lockley. (Photo courtesy of Disney)
Opinion: What to expect from ‘Moon Knight' finale
Kris Hall, Opinion Editor • May 2, 2022
Disney’s MCU franchise has been just one huge tease after another. What will they actually give us for the “Moon Knight” finale?
Beatrice Laus, known as her stage name beabadoobee, takes the stage at Ace of Spades for her sold-out show Friday, April 22, 2022. She said she scheduled the tour date between her Coachella performances.
Artist beabadoobee brings chill, alternative melodies to Ace of Spades
Jenelle Lum April 25, 2022
Gen-Z singer beabadoobee made a stop in Sacramento between her Coachella performances.
Kiara Janecek, 19, holds their piece “Untitled” depicting the effects and aftermath of sexual assault Wednesday, April 20, 2022. Janecek talks about their experience with sexual assault and artistic contribution in Sacramento State’s University Union art exhibit, “Our Voices Will Be Heard.”
Sac State art exhibit gives new voice to sexual assault survivors
Carina Arroyo April 25, 2022
Sacramento State’s University Union Gallery’s new exhibit, “Our Voices Will Be Heard,” features works from student artists and sexual assault survivors in order to empower victims and give a voice to sexual violence awareness on campus.
LaLa Ri speaks to the audience at the drag show hosted by UNiQUE in the University Ballroom Thursday, April 21, 2022. She opened the show with a lip–syncing performance to several Cardi B songs.
Former ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ contestants slay the stage at UNiQUE event
Jenelle Lum, staff writer • April 25, 2022
Drag queens LaLa Ri and Kornbread Jeté performed and shared their personal stories inside the University Ballroom on Thursday.
Sacramento musician Josh Knight sits down with Nijzel Dotson and Keyshawn Davis to discuss his music career on April 18, 2022. (Graphic made in Canva by Mack Ervin III)
‘DAMN’ I wish I had tickets to Coachella (ft. Josh Knight): KEYS ‘N D MINOR PODCAST
Keyshawn Davis and Nijzel Dotson April 22, 2022
On this week’s Keys ‘n D Minor, Keyshawn and Nijzel talk Kendrick Lamar and have a discussion about Coachella with State Hornet managing editor Magaly Muñoz.
(L-R): Wallows lead guitarist Braeden Lemasters, lead singer Dylan Minnette, drummer Cole Preston, bassist Blake Morell and bassist/keyboardist Kevin Grimmett perform “Remember When” on Friday at Ace of Spades. The sold-out show wrapped up the first week of the Tell Me That It’s Over tour.
Wallows rock a sold-out, sweltering Ace of Spades
Marin Perego, Arts & Entertainment Editor • April 9, 2022
The alt-rock band’s seventh show of the “Tell Me That It’s Over” tour brought a post-punk, indie sound to Sacramento’s beloved music venue.
Studio art sculpture student Ember de Boer poses for a portrait on April 8, 2022 at the arts and sculptures lab at Sacramento State. “The environment is something my brain can wrap around and keep working on,” de Boer said.
Meet the women-led group of eco-artists for environmental change
Hugo Quintanilla, staff writer • April 9, 2022
Sac State senior art major Ember De Boer expresses her connection with Women Eco Artists Dialog.
Keys n D Episode 5 Cover
How the Grammys ‘Leave the Door Open’ for artists to feel ‘SOUR’ (Ft. Yung Sam): KEYS ‘N D MINOR PODCAST
Keyshawn Davis and Nijzel Dotson April 9, 2022
International rapper Yung Sam joins the show to talk about his upbringing and how living in different countries has shaped his artistry.
Lead actress McKenna Sennett sits on a bench in front of Shasta Hall theater on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Sac State’s production of “Hamlet” runs from April 1 to April 10 and can be attended in the theater.
'To be or not to be': Meet the leading lady of Sac State’s 'Hamlet'
Jack Freeman, staff writer • April 8, 2022
Senior theater major McKenna Sennett performs live for her first time at Sac State as the leading role of “Hamlet.”

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