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5 ways to de-stress before finals

5 ways to de-stress before finals

Storm Ray and Alexis Roberts

May 2, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured

Finals are coming fast and it’s probably safe to say that just about everyone is stressed out. Exams, papers, presentations and projects are just a few of the many factors that continue to make us want to rip out our hair during finals week. So, before your stress levels go through the roof, here are f...

Sac State students march in the 17th annual Take Back the Night

Sac State students march in the 17th annual Take Back the Night

Vincent Moleski

April 27, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Sacramento State students and administration held the 17th annual Take Back the Night walk on campus on Thursday, April 26 to show support for survivors of sexual assault and to speak out against rape. The march was organized by the Healthy Relationships program within Health and Wellness Promotion...

Vote: Best of Sac State 2018 (CLOSED)

Vote: Best of Sac State 2018 (CLOSED)

The State Hornet

April 24, 2018


Filed under BESTOF, Campus, Featured

Cast your votes for campus, food, sports and entertainment in The State Hornet’s annual “Best of Sac State” poll. Loading......

Sleep, study, or socialize — as long as you’re doing it in a hammock

Sleep, study, or socialize — as long as you’re doing it in a hammock

Tessa DeVere

April 19, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured

With all the shady trees blooming on the Sacramento State campus, the members of the Hammock Club are taking in the scenery. Its members can be spotted on Monday and Thursday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m. in between Riverfront Center and Lassen Hall, near the bus stop. This club was founded two years...

Sac State’s feminine hygiene product shortfall

Sac State’s feminine hygiene product shortfall

Dayla Cook, News editor

April 17, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Sacramento State senior Jessica Swan is troubled by what she sees as the lack of feminine hygiene products available on campus. In an email sent to President Robert Nelsen, the Women’s Resource Center and Associated Students, Inc., Swan voiced her concerns with a particular emphasis on how this ...

Union expansion joins list of campus construction projects not opening on time

Union expansion joins list of campus construction projects not opening on time

Thomas Frey, News editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

While the Science II construction project is still on track to open on time for the fall 2019 semester, the University Union renovation project now joins Parking Structure V among Sacramento State construction projects that won’t be finished until at least a semester after initial projections. T...

OPINION: Pepsi’s a joke; Go with the Coke

OPINION: Pepsi’s a joke; Go with the Coke

Jordyn Dollarhide

April 11, 2018


Filed under Campus, Opinion

Coke is, truly, the queen of soft-drinks. Just to give you a bit of insight into my lifestyle, I’ll begin with a short story. A few weeks ago, I drove a few blocks from my work on J Street to eat at the only restaurant that’s worth my time: Subway. It has everything I want: my usual ham and c...

Barely legal and dirt cheap: Off-campus parking hacks

Barely legal and dirt cheap: Off-campus parking hacks

Vincent Moleski

April 9, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured, Features

With the increase in Ramona lot fees and the increasingly unclear fate of Parking Structure V, students are more desperate for parking now than ever before. There are simply not enough spots to accommodate the student body anymore at peak hours, so off-campus parking has become a necessity for those C...

Salsa Loca club prepares for its biggest event of the year

Salsa Loca club prepares for its biggest event of the year

Yajayra Gonzalez

April 9, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Music

Walking through the University Union on a Wednesday night makes it almost inevitable you will be drawn in by the loud, upbeat, Latin music. People stop by and peek their head in to see what is going on. At the door, people immediately encounter eager Salsa Loca officers with big smiles on their faces gre...

Class untaps beer knowledge for students

Class untaps beer knowledge for students

Sami Soto

March 13, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured, Features

Once a week for about three hours inside a science lab in Humboldt Hall, something incredible is brewing. A new biology class offered this semester focuses on the craft of beer brewing and distilling. It is taught by professor Robert Crawford, who has a background in studying infectious diseases....

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