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Throwback Valentine’s Day Playlist

Throwback Valentine’s Day Playlist

McClatchy Tribune
February 12, 2014
Filed under Arts, Campus, Culture

Throwback Valentine’s Day PlaylistArtist: Faith HillSong: “The Way You Love Me”Released: 2000Artist: Lauryn HillSong: “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”Released: 1998Artist: SelenaSong: “I Could Fall In Love”Released: 1995Artist: Michael JacksonSong: “The Way You Make Me Feel”Released: 1987Artist: Goo...

Romantic Valentine’s Day cocktails

Romantic Valentine’s Day cocktails

Alex Hernandez
February 12, 2014
Filed under Arts, Campus, Culture

If you’re stuck on what to do for friends or significant other this Valentine’s day, Instead of the typical chocolates, flowers or cards, surprise your valentine with a round of romantic cocktails created by a fellow Sacramento State student.Senior business major Alex Soohoo is a student by day a...

People pole Dance for more than just money

People pole Dance for more than just money

Alex Hernandez
February 11, 2014
Filed under Arts, Culture

Senior English major Johana Mandap begins her Thursday night in midair. She appears to float as her and five other students spiral, twist and turn almost 10 feet off the ground, inside the hot pink and black studio adorned by twinkling string lights. As her body moves like a ribbon in the wind, she only...

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

McClatchy Tribune
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts

A lot of people can not fathom having one kid but imagine finding out you are the biological parent of more than 500 children.Actor Vince Vaughn (“The Internship” 2013, “The Watch” 2012, “Wedding Crashers” 2005), plays David Wozniak in Director Ken Scott’s dramatic comedy “Delivery Man...

Alumni emphasizes dance through human experience

Alumni emphasizes dance through human experience

Courtesy of TwoPoint4
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts

Twopoint4 Dance Theater, founded by Sacramento State alumni, combines the physicality of dance, and the gracefulness of spoken word in order to emphasize the human experience through dance.Tony Nguyen, Christine Crooks-Nguyen, Diego Campos and Emilee Chew are the backbone of Twopoint4, founded in 2012, whic...

Sac State alumnus writes and directs the story of Oscar Grant

McClatchy Tribune
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts

Based on true events, “Fruitvale Station” chronicles the story of Oscar Grant, played by Michael B. Jordan, and his death caused by police officers at Bay Area Rapid Transit’s Fruitvale Station in Oakland, CA on New Year’s Day 2009.Written and directed by Sacramento State alumnus Ryan Coogler...

Britney Spears tops chart with new albums

McClatchy Tribune
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts

Before there was Amanda Bynes and her troubling, highly-publicized mental breakdown, there was Britney Spears.But, in the midst of all of the head-shaving drama, Spears managed to release two chart-topping albums, “Blackout” released in 2007, which debuted at No. 2 in the U.S. Billboard 200, and ...

Misconceptions African American Women Face With Their Hair

State Hornet Staff
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts

Sac State students discuss the misconceptions regarding hair in the African American community.Read the accompanying article below:http://www.statehornet.com/arts/writers-tackle-the-misconceptions-of-hair-in-the-african-american/article_9c73ae66-418c-11e3-9442-0019bb30f31a.htmlFeel free to leave your thoughts and comments:Briana Swain can be reached at [email protected] Miles can b...

‘Food Porn’ gone bad on Instagram

Anisca Miles
November 29, 2013
Filed under Arts

Social media sites like Instagram make it hard to avoid the viral habit of posting food photos. Viewers are often bombarded by friend’s photos of restaurant meals as well meals they have cooked.Sometimes these photos are easy to appreciate other times others times they are a waste of space.Whether it be filet mignon or lasagna mad...

Kellie Picker shies away from pop-based country

Kellie Picker shies away from pop-based country

McClatchy Tribune
November 25, 2013
Filed under Arts

In most cases, if you do not finish first on the hit television show “American Idol,” you are instantly forgotten and never to be heard from again.Country singer Kellie Pickler gained fame on the fifth season of “American Idol” as she finished sixth place in the contest. Luckily for her, she...

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