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STATE HORNET NEWS: ‘Stop the Steal’ rally, women’s basketball & volleyball start and more

Aranza Mora, Sara Nevis, Ian Ratliff, and Dominic Vitiello November 16, 2020
On this edition of State Hornet News, “Stop the Steal” rally at the State Capitol, a local group dances in the K Street tunnel, women’s basketball and volleyball start again, and other stories from the State Hornet newsroom.

6 Sac State students showcase their rooms

6 Sac State students showcase their rooms
Milan Cabebe November 9, 2020
Need some room decor inspo? Check out these Sac State student rooms through the lens of Zoom.

STATE HORNET NEWS: 2020 Election, threat against student housing, and AB1460 hiccups and more

Mack Ervin III, Garry Singh, Sara Nevis, and Ian Ratliff November 2, 2020
On this edition of State Hornet News, 2020 election FAQ, a bomb threat at The Crossings, AB 1460 implementation issues, track & field returns and other stories from the State Hornet newsroom.

ASI communicates student priorities to faculty in meet-and-greet

Gerardo Zavala October 26, 2020
The Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors shared its strategic priorities of increasing student participation, making resources readily available, increasing awareness of racial injustices and supporting students’ basic needs and safety.

Sac State art students collaborate on on new sculpture for Welcome Center

Professor Andrew Connelly inspects the mould for the small trial versions of a piece titled Tributary, at the Art Sculpture Lab, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020. The full size piece is expected to be completed and installed near the new Welcome Center in fall 2021.
Colby Case October 1, 2020
A new sculpture named Tributary is being made for Sacramento State, commissioned by Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.

VIDEO: The WELL opens with outdoor fitness options by reservation

Garry Singh September 29, 2020

The WELL opened operations for “DIY outdoor fitness” Thursday on the south green in front of the building. Students are able to reserve workout times on The WELL’s website. Workout slots are 50 minutes...

The WELL postpones reopening outdoors to Wednesday pending Nelsen’s office’s review

The WELL's windows reflect its south lawn's autumn trees on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. The WELL at Sacramento State planned to open for outdoor fitness by reservation Sept. 17.
Jordan Parker and Chris Wong September 17, 2020
The WELL at Sacramento State planned to open for outdoor fitness by reservation Sept. 17 but is now scheduled to reopen for outdoor services Wednesday pending additional review from the Sac State President’s Office prompted by poor air quality.

The WELL to reopen outdoors Thursday

The WELL at Sacramento State will begin providing outdoor services Thursday. Its
Jenna Cooper September 15, 2020
The WELL at Sacramento State will reopen Thursday for outdoor socially distanced fitness and recreation after being approved by Sac State administration and Sacramento County. Reservations are required for some equipment use.

CRIME MAP: 33 crimes committed at Sac State over summer

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.
Chris Wong, news editor September 2, 2020
Among crimes reported this summer, 11 involved stolen items, seven were vandalisms, three were sexual assaults from an unknown time and two involved possession of weapons on campus. See where they occurred here.

BROADCAST: Summer news you may have missed

The first episode of the State Hornet News broadcast for the fall 2020 semester covers stories from the summer, including Sacramento State students struggling to get out of leases at off-campus apartment...

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