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OPINION: Films to watch while stuck at home

OPINION: Films to watch while stuck at home

Bradley Hinkson

March 14, 2020

So, it looks like most of us are going to be stuck home for awhile.  Sacramento State has decided to move all classes online for the rest of the semester in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. So for many of us, this will mean more time stuck at home with nothing much to do.  W...

BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E2: ‘American Idiot’ is the only Green Day album

BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E2: ‘American Idiot’ is the only Green Day album

Brooke Uhlenhop and Robbie Pierce

March 13, 2020

On this episode of Brooke’s UhlenBops with Brooke Uhlenhop, podcast editor Robbie Pierce joins Uhlenhop to talk about one of their favorite albums, "American Idiot" by Green Day.  The two also tell stories of how Uhlenhop hyped herself up for high school water polo, the time Pierce encountered a biker ...

#SacStateSays: ‘Thoughts on the Bachelorette being from Sacramento?’

#SacStateSays: ‘Thoughts on the Bachelorette being from Sacramento?’

Brooke Uhlenhop

March 9, 2020

Sacramento native Clare Crawley was announced as the lead for season 16 of ABC’s hit show “The Bachelorette” on Good Morning America Monday. The hairdresser, who still lives in Sacramento, has been on the franchise shows four other times. Her first stint with the show was in 2014 on season 18...

REVIEW: ‘The Invisible Man’ finds terror out of what you don’t see

REVIEW: ‘The Invisible Man’ finds terror out of what you don’t see

Bradley Hinkson

March 9, 2020

In the last decade, Universal had three attempts to revamp their classic monsters in 2010’s “The Wolfman,” 2014’s “Dracula Untold,” and 2017’s “The Mummy” and each one failed. But at the start of this new decade, they may have finally found their success. “The Invisible Man” ...

A Sac State model’s journey from struggles to seniority

A Sac State model’s journey from struggles to seniority

Gavin Rock

March 6, 2020

Sacramento State kinesiology major Tajah Bona’e is not only a model with an expansive portfolio, but also a blogger with advice for young adults, recipes for healthy dishes and poetry.  Bona’e first got the idea to model in high school, it wasn’t until her sophomore year at Sac State that sh...

These 9 locations offer discounts for Sac State students

These 9 locations offer discounts for Sac State students

Savannah Solley

March 5, 2020

Being a student at Sacramento State offers several perks around Sacramento. A variety of different businesses offer discounts to students with a valid student ID. Check out our map of nine locations that offer Sac State students the most bang for their buck.   FOOD Raley’s, located...

BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E1: Taylor Swift changed my life

BROOKE’S UHLENBOPS S1E1: Taylor Swift changed my life

Brooke Uhlenhop, Madeleine Beck, and Robbie Pierce

March 4, 2020

In the first episode of our new music and pop culture podcast Brooke’s UhlenBops, host and resident Taylor Swift correspondent for The State Hornet, Brooke Uhlenhop is joined by news writer Maddie Beck to talk about their mutual love for Taylor Swift and what her music, lyrics and career have meant to...

Sac State artist CubeOfCheese releases new song featuring fellow student

Sac State artist CubeOfCheese releases new song featuring fellow student

Tara Gnewikow

March 4, 2020

Sacramento State sophomore Billy Hernandez has made music under the eye-catching name CubeOfCheese since 2016.  “I have a psychological connection with a piece of cheese, the dairy product,” Hernandez said. “He’s really the creative genius in this music duo. He comes up with all the ideas ...

Savannah on the Street: Student Struggles

Savannah on the Street: Student Struggles

Savannah Solley

March 4, 2020

It’s the seventh week of the spring semester and midterms quickly approaching are not the only thing students are struggling with. The State Hornet reporter, Savannah Solley asked students what their current struggle is.

Up-and-coming rock ’n’ roll band The Jacks to perform at Sacramento’s Holy Diver

Up-and-coming rock ’n’ roll band The Jacks to perform at Sacramento’s Holy Diver

Erick Salgado

March 3, 2020

Southern California-based band The Jacks will be performing at Holy Diver on Saturday for the second stop on their two-month tour.   Holy Diver is known to feature rock and alternative groups. The Jacks will be performing at the venue alongside Cemetery Suns,The Color Wild and The New Crowns. ...

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