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IN THE EAT OF THE MOMENT: Pittsburgers are the perfect meal for staying in

Graphic by Jordan Parker
Jordan Parker May 10, 2020

With most of the nation under shelter-in-place orders, restaurants have resorted to takeout only or have shut down completely. I say, ditch takeout and try this delicious recipe that I’ve been devouring...

The Roost outranks all other Sac State campus eateries for the spring 2020 semester

The Roost outranks all other Sac State campus eateries for the spring 2020 semester
Olivia Laroa May 4, 2020

The Hornets have spoken: here’s why The Roost was voted Best of Sacramento State’s new campus eatery. A quick, inexpensive snack stop for students on the go, located in Sac State’s University...

Sacramento’s Midtown Farmers Market still open despite coronavirus outbreak

Sacramento locals shop for fresh produce at the Midtown Farmers Market Saturday, March 14. The market remained open despite concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
Tara Gnewikow March 18, 2020

The Midtown Farmers Market in Sacramento is scheduled to remain open Saturday despite recent concerns about the spread of the new coronavirus.  The Sacramento City Council released a resolution Friday...

Crocker Art Museum hosts Family Festival to celebrate Black History Month

Buffalo Soldier exhibition host Bill Terrell explained the importance of history of the Buffalo Soldiers at the Crocker Art Museum's Black History Month Family Festival on Feb. 16, 2020. The museum hosted Black artists and culture.
Erick Salgado February 16, 2020

The Crocker Art Museum hosted its annual Black History Month Family Festival  Sunday in an effort to promote knowledge around Black History Month.  Akinsanya Kambon, a former Black Panther member...

MAX’S TABLE: Food is my Valentine

Max Connor, Managing Editor February 14, 2020

“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” – George Bernard Shaw  I love food. Who doesn’t? So what better way to celebrate love on Valentine’s Day than to celebrate the love of food.  I...

Sac State’s ASI holds first Pop-Up Pantry of the semester

Jacob Moore, a biology medication major visits the Sac State Associated Students Inc. first Pop-Up Pantry of the semester in the Library Quad on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. The Pop-Up Pantry provides fresh produce and many other items to students in need.
Olivia Laroa February 12, 2020

In a move to alleviate the financial burden of acquiring nutritious food options, Sacramento State’s Associated Students Inc. and Central Downtown Food Basket hosted the first Pop-Up Pantry of the semester...

6 hot spots perfect for students to visit near Sac State

6 hot spots perfect for students to visit near Sac State
Magaly Muñoz and Erick Salgado February 4, 2020

The semester has started, class is in session and stress levels are starting to skyrocket. To ease some of that stress, here is a list of local Sacramento hot spots perfect for after class relaxation. Temple...

Let’s taco ‘bout the new Taco Bell Cantina in Sacramento

Brooke Uhlenhop and Kayla Brown January 30, 2020

Sacramento State alumnus David Smith and his wife Joye opened Sacramento’s first Taco Bell Cantina Wednesday, in downtown Sacramento on K Street, just a couple blocks from the Golden 1 Center. Unlike...

Neighborhood Pizzeria bakes its way into the hearts and stomachs of Sacramento

Anthony Shorter December 11, 2019

The freshly-tossed dough, steaming house sauce, spicy copa, melted mozzarella and hot honey finish of the “Notorious P.I.G.” fill Neighborhood Pizzeria with a mouth-watering smell. The pizzeria...

#SacStateSays: ‘What food trucks do you want to see on campus?’

Nigel Rayyan December 4, 2019

Serving as a change of taste for Sac State students, food trucks serve as a lunchtime alternative throughout the fall and spring semesters. The State Hornet asked students what they wanted to see from...

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