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Sac State’s K-pop dance team takes first place in SacAnime battle

Sac State’s K-pop dance team takes first place in SacAnime battle

Brittney Delgado

September 19, 2018


Filed under Culture

Krescendo, a K-pop dance club at Sacramento State, placed first in the Summer ANX K-pop battle at SacAnime on Sept. 1, where they competed against 14 other groups. President and founder Kristina Yang created Krescendo in fall 2017 when she said she realized that there was no Korean pop music dance clu...

Editorial board’s favorite podcast choices

Editorial board’s favorite podcast choices

The State Hornet Editorial Board

September 17, 2018


Filed under Culture, Opinion

Sick of listening to the same playlists while commuting or walking to class? The State Hornet Editorial Board chose 11 podcasts covering everything from sports to cults to sex to help you find your next favorite. Claire - “Heaven’s Gate” As a person who is fascinated with cults, I was drawn to t...

Sac State students and local artists display at RAW showcase

Sac State students and local artists display at RAW showcase

Margherita Beale

September 15, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured

In celebration of local Sacramento artists, nearly a thousand people gathered for CONNECT, an artists showcase held at Ace of Spades on Thursday, Sept. 13, which included students from Sacramento State. The event was organized by RAW, an international, independent arts organization based out o...

Top 5 podcasts voted on by students

Top 5 podcasts voted on by students

Aaron Jackson

September 14, 2018


Filed under Culture

Whether it’s to get your news, sports updates or comedy, there are a plethora of topics and genres of podcasts free to download and listen to. Podcasts are easily accessible for both iOS and Android users — for iOS users, there is a Podcast application that comes with the iPhone, and for And...

Spring Delusions kicks off University Union’s Art Gallery

Spring Delusions kicks off University Union’s Art Gallery

Gloria Gibbs

September 14, 2018


Filed under Culture

The semester’s first art exhibit in the University Union’s Art Gallery features an artist who uses paper to showcase her art, Zahra Ammar. Often referred to as a paper artist by her online following, Ammar uses the paper medium to fold and cut it into a 3D picture, some of which she said can take ...

Remembering Mac Miller: 10 of his best songs

Remembering Mac Miller: 10 of his best songs

Dominique Walker

September 9, 2018


Filed under Culture

Mac Miller’s death on Friday left some fans to reminisce on the legacy the artist left behind. If you haven’t listened to Mac Miller, here are ten of his greatest songs to get you started. 10. “Best Day Ever” “Best Day Ever Intro” was an introduction song that set the tone ...

Banda groups will perform traditional Mexican music at Sac State

Banda groups will perform traditional Mexican music at Sac State

Margherita Beale

September 7, 2018


Filed under Culture

Showcasing Mexican culture and heritage, Sacramento State’s UNIQUE program will host a concert featuring two Sacramento banda groups in honor of Mexican Independence Day. Banda Rorros and Los Guaraches will perform at the concert Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Union Ballroom, showc...

Annual chalk art festival turns sidewalks into canvases

Annual chalk art festival turns sidewalks into canvases

Shiavon Chatman

September 4, 2018


Filed under Culture, Uncategorized

The 28th annual Chalk It Up festival in Sacramento drew in a crowd to celebrate art and expression, specifically through  chalk artwork displayed on sidewalks. The festival ran for three days during Labor Day weekend at Fremont Park in downtown Sacramento. According to chalkitup.org, more t...

Sac State football players talk swagger

Sac State football players talk swagger

Robby Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment editor

September 4, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Football

No matter what major or social group, a big way students express themselves is through the outfits they wear. Beneath the green and gold threads, they wear on gameday, student-athletes all have their own sense of style beyond their uniforms and practice garb. Mister Harriel and Dre Terrell, ...

Students show off their fall sneakers

Students show off their fall sneakers

Dominique Walker

September 4, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured

For decades, people have been able to express themselves by wearing and collecting an item of clothing that has been a staple in fashion: sneakers. Sneaker popularity ranged from Converse Chuck Taylors in the 50’s and 60’s, to the explosion of Adidas and Jordan in the 80’s and 90’s, to the...

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