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Student’s art questions ‘strange’ American traditions

Student’s art questions ‘strange’ American traditions

Gabriela Mascoll

October 16, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

Americans’ fixation with camo-print fashion, succulent plants and gender reveal parties are just a few topics that guests should expect to discuss at a new art exhibit in the Robert Else Gallery. Since emigrating from Egypt at 11 years old, artist and graduate student Mustafa Shaheen said he has ...

Campus to celebrate 50th anniversary of MLK’s visit

Campus to celebrate 50th anniversary of MLK’s visit

October 11, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured, MLK 50th

(Go to StateHornet.com/MLK50CSUS for more related stories) On Oct. 16, 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. arrived at Sacramento State to speak about the future of the civil rights movement in front of a crowd of more than 7,000 people. Fifty years later, Sac State will celebrate the anniversary of his hi...

5 apps that will revolutionize your daily college routine

5 apps that will revolutionize your daily college routine

Dayla Cook

October 10, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

Life on campus can be hectic, especially when you’re a student struggling to make your way from class to class. With construction and about 30,000 students enrolled this semester, just finding a parking space can be stressful. Lunch lines seem to stretch longer, and you can’t afford to spend tim...

Cambodian students learn about own roots in ‘First They Killed My Father’

Cambodian students learn about own roots in ‘First They Killed My Father’

Ayah Abukhazneh

October 10, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

A new Netflix film directed by Angelina Jolie reveals an unspoken history of Cambodia, prompting many members of the Cambodian community to gather family and friends to watch it together. The film, “First They Killed My Father,” is based off of a 2000 novel memoir by Loung Ung, who recounts her tim...

4 TV shows you shouldn’t miss this fall

4 TV shows you shouldn’t miss this fall

Khanlin Rodgers

October 10, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

This fall semester has a lot of students scrambling to get everything done for school and work. Fortunately, fall season also means the return of your favorite TV shows, as well as new series making their debut. We’ve compiled a list of shows to help keep you entertained during those rare lulls in your...

Iamsu! to headline homecoming concert

Iamsu! to headline homecoming concert

Liam Braddy

October 5, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

As homecoming day approaches, students can get into the school spirit by participating in numerous events leading up to the big day, including a concert by chart-topping Billboard artist Iamsu! Homecoming week runs from Oct. 9-14 and will feature activities hosted by different campus organizations i...

10 can’t-miss campus events in October

10 can’t-miss campus events in October

Sharlene Phou and Rin Carbin

October 3, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

Let us know in the comments which event you're planning to attend.

Alumni brothers combine EDM, magic in 1 act

Alumni brothers combine EDM, magic in 1 act

Gabriela Mascoll

October 3, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

After a chance encounter with a local magician at their garage sale, Sacramento State alumni Marcos and Antonio Verdugo, known professionally as The Verdugo Brothers, would take their first step to becoming the world’s first electronic dance music, or EDM, illusion duo. “When we were kids, my brother and I had a...

Guerilla Girls go ape: Feminist artists combat oppression

Guerilla Girls go ape: Feminist artists combat oppression

Will Moon

October 2, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured, Uncategorized

Feminist artist collective The Guerrilla Girls will arrive at Sacramento State to host a lecture discussing their “crazy, creative” activism on Oct. 5 in the University Union ballroom. The Guerilla Girls is composed of anonymous women wearing gorilla masks who address feminist and other social just...

#SacStateSays: What do you like or dislike about coffee?

#SacStateSays: What do you like or dislike about coffee?

Ayah Abukhazneh

September 29, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

It's #NationalCoffeeDay. In this special edition of #SacStateSays, we decided to ask five students what they like or dislike about coffee. Click through slideshow for their responses. How are you celebrating National Coffee Day? Do you have a favorite campus coffee? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. ...

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