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GALLERY: Sac State activists protest DACA decision

GALLERY: Sac State activists protest DACA decision

Claire Morgan

September 6, 2017

(Click through slide show for more photos from the event) The Trump administration formally announced its plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program early Tuesday morning, which inspired protests on and off campus led by a group of Sac State students. DACA provi...

EDITORIAL: Any decision to end DACA sets U.S. in reverse

EDITORIAL: Any decision to end DACA sets U.S. in reverse

State Hornet

September 6, 2017

Imagine having known only one place and calling it home your entire life. All of your closest friends and fondest childhood memories and everything else that truly matters to you are a culmination of the life you’ve lived in this particular place. Aside from stories of a foreign land that your par...

Attorney answers questions about President Trump’s immigration plans

Attorney answers questions about President Trump’s immigration plans

John Ferrannini

January 26, 2017

An immigration attorney gave a presentation in the University Union on Monday and answered questions about what undocumented students can expect from President Donald Trump. Marcus Tang of the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation focused his remarks on students who are currently shielded ...

Graduates have the opportunity to be recognized in cultural ceremonies

State Hornet Staff

May 15, 2014

As the spring commencement ceremonies draw near, Sacramento State is providing students from different cultures the opportunity to participate in smaller and more intimate recognition ceremonies to not only celebrate their accomplishments, but their identities too.A few of the ceremonies will be recogn...

Snow club students manage school time and competitions in the weekend

State Hornet Staff

May 15, 2014

Environmental studies major and snowboarder Ira Weiss finished his first year competing on the Sacramento State Snow Team and has learned how to manage the nerves and pressure of competition in national events.Weiss has been snowboarding for 10 years and joined the Snow Team last year, snowboarders an...

Student will be part of the 9-ball billiards national competition at Virginia Tech

State Hornet Staff

May 13, 2014

After his first place win at the Associated College Union International 9-ball Billiard Regional at Tucson, Ariz., psychology major Dillon Scheive will be traveling to Virginia Tech University later this month to compete in a national competition.For the past three years, Scheive  has been doing wel...

All proceeds from Plates Cafe benefit women in need

Erika Bradley

May 13, 2014

With a unique concept of having its entire proceeds go to a non-profit organization, Plates Cafe assists homeless women in Sacramento through employment while serving gourmet style entrees.Plates Cafe partnered with St. John’s Shelter Program For Real Change to help women in need gain work experience as well as pro...

Awareness is raised on the importance of recycling and composting

State Hornet Staff

May 10, 2014

For National Compost Awareness Week, the Green Restaurant Alliance of Sacramento teamed up with the Recycling and Solid Waste Department to host the fifth annual Foodcycle and Compost Festival behind Hot Italian pizzeria Thursday night.The event raised awareness about the importance of urban compostin...

Casablanca uses family receipes for its Moroccan dishes

Casablanca uses family receipes for its Moroccan dishes

Erika Bradley

May 7, 2014

Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant may appear to be a small and quaint place based on its exterior, but inside, the decor, atmosphere and friendliness of the staff transports customers to the country and its unique culture. Located at 3516 Fair Oaks Blvd., Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant serves authentic Moroccan ...

Students relieves stress on campus before finals

State Hornet Staff

May 7, 2014

As finals week draws near, students may find themselves studying more than usual, frequently bringing along a little stress as well.The third annual De-Stress Fest on Tuesday offered pet therapy, positive cards from fellow students, blow-up obstacles courses and salsa demonstrations to participate in som...

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