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5 ways to help keep your car safe on campus

5 ways to help keep your car safe on campus

Dominic Vitiello

February 15, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

At Sacramento State, many students are familiar with unfortunate car break-ins. According to Sac State Police Chief Mark Iwasa, there were a reported 30 car windows broken into last semester. With information given to The State Hornet from the Sac State Police Department, we came up with five w...

Hip-hop scholar Bettina Love to speak on campus

Hip-hop scholar Bettina Love to speak on campus

Travis Boudreau

February 15, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Challenging the status quo of traditional teaching methods, Bettina Love uses hip-hop music to channel her students’ social, creative and academic abilities in the classroom. As part of the Green and Gold Speaker Series, hosted by the Centers for Diversity and Inclusion department at Sacramento State, Love is scheduled to speak Monday...

The Office of Equal Opportunity holding panel on sexual misconduct at Sac State

The Office of Equal Opportunity holding panel on sexual misconduct at Sac State

Robert Moon

February 15, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

Sacramento State’s Office of Equal Opportunity announced in a SacSend email sent Monday that it will be hosting a moderated panel discussion which will center around the topic of how different departments address issues related to sexual misconduct. “Demystifying Campus Procedures around Sexual Misconduct” wi...

#SacStateSays: ‘What’s the worst Valentine’s Day experience you’ve had?’

#SacStateSays: ‘What’s the worst Valentine’s Day experience you’ve had?’

Katerina Petsalis

February 14, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Love isn’t the only thing in the air this Valentine's Day. The holiday spurs mixed emotions and if you’re one of those people who isn’t a fan of the holiday, you’re not alone. The State Hornet spoke to students who have experienced a rough Valentine’s Day. Share your worst Valentine’s Day experien...

Sac State makes changes to wheeled device policy

Sac State makes changes to wheeled device policy

Storm Ray, News editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Sacramento State announced Tuesday that it will be implementing some new changes to its policies for wheeled personal transportation due to the introduction of electric scooters in Sacramento. Although the new policy supports the use of electric scooters as transportation to campus, they are not to be used ...

Sac State library celebrates donation of thousands of vintage concert posters

Sac State library celebrates donation of thousands of vintage concert posters

Jordan Silva-Benham

February 12, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured, Instagram, Music

Throughout high school, Sacramento native Dennis Newhall began covering his walls with local concert posters. Over 50 years later, his collection features over 3,000 posters, newspaper articles and ticket stubs. Newhall’s collection will be featured on Wednesday at 4 p.m. as the “Sacramento Rock and ...

Stinger eSports club builds community with support from industry partners

Stinger eSports club builds community with support from industry partners

Jose Fabian

February 10, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Stinger eSports, formed in fall 2017, is Sacramento State’s home club for casual and competitive players for a variety of video games. With the goal of creating a dedicated esports program, the club has competed in collegiate tournaments and formed partnerships within the esports industry. I...

Sac State orders Delta Chi fraternity to ‘cease and desist all activity’

Sac State orders Delta Chi fraternity to ‘cease and desist all activity’

Margherita Beale and Will Coburn

February 9, 2019


Filed under Campus, Featured, Instagram, News

Sacramento State’s Delta Chi chapter has been ordered to cease and desist all activity as of Friday in the midst of a university investigation into allegations of hazing. The decision came from Student Organizations & Leadership after a second anonymous email sent to The State Hornet included a video said to show the hazing ...

Video from anonymous source claims to show Sac State fraternity hazing ritual

Video from anonymous source claims to show Sac State fraternity hazing ritual

Will Coburn and Kameron Schmid

February 8, 2019


Filed under Breaking News, Campus, Instagram, News

A second anonymous email sent to The State Hornet contains a video described to show the hazing of a current member of Sacramento State’s Delta Chi chapter. The video is said to show a current member being “kidnapped” in 2017. The video shows a man bound and gagged on a table as others hold...

Former Iranian ambassador speaks at Sac State panel

Former Iranian ambassador speaks at Sac State panel

Robert Pierce

February 8, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

The former Iranian ambassador to the U.N. was critical of the current Iranian government at a panel hosted by Sacramento State's Iranian and Middle Eastern Studies Center in the Hinde Auditorium Thursday. The panel titled “The U.S.-Iran Conflict”  featured Mansour Farhang, Iran’s first repre...

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