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11 budget-friendly ways to spend your spring break in Sacramento

11 budget-friendly ways to spend your spring break in Sacramento

Clarissa Pacheco

March 18, 2019


Filed under Culture

Spring break is here and many are going to take the week off for some self-care. If you’re staying local, there are many things you can do in Sacramento, and The State Hornet has you covered on some of those ways to spend the week. Bike Sacramento has a very diverse landscape, so you can bike just about anyw...

#SacStateSays: ‘Will Captain Marvel lead the way for more female lead superhero movies?’

#SacStateSays: ‘Will Captain Marvel lead the way for more female lead superhero movies?’

Andres Aguirre

March 14, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Captain Marvel opened to a big box office and positive reviews over the weekend. This is the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 21st movie and first woman-lead movie. Share your thoughts on whether you think Captain Marvel will help lead the way for more woman-lead superhero movies with us on your favorite...

Sac State professor writes book about late author, journalist Randy Shilts

Sac State professor writes book about late author, journalist Randy Shilts

Shiavon Chatman

March 13, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Sacramento State public relations professor Andrew Stoner cites Randy Shilts, AIDS activist, author and journalist in his upcoming book, "The Journalist of Castro Street: The Life of Randy Shilts” as one of his heroes. Stoner began writing his doctoral dissertation at Colorado State University i...

6 convenient microwave locations at Sac State

6 convenient microwave locations at Sac State

Kelly Kiernan

March 12, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

With 20 minutes to walk to class, 10 minutes to find a microwave and 10 minutes to warm up and eat my meal, the race is on. Unlike some students, my budget doesn't allow me to buy Panda Express every day. I bring my lunch and dinner to school. I spent good money on a decent sized lunch bag and a cou...

Sac State alumna Joan Lunden to speak at DEGREES Project Recognition Ceremony

Sac State alumna Joan Lunden to speak at DEGREES Project Recognition Ceremony

Clarissa Pacheco

March 11, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Award-winning journalist, bestselling author, motivational speaker and women’s health and wellness advocate Joan Lunden has been a constant voice in American homes for more than 30 years. The DEGREES Project will host its annual recognition ceremony and Lunden is scheduled to be the keynote speaker...

Sac State alumnus, rapper Consci8us nominated for 2019 SN&R SAMMIES

Sac State alumnus, rapper Consci8us nominated for 2019 SN&R SAMMIES

Deondre Pasquini

March 11, 2019


Filed under Culture, Featured, Music

Voting for the 27th year of Sacramento News & Review’s SAMMIES awards closes tomorrow, with local artists and performers on the ballot, including Sacramento State student rapper Consci8us. The SAMMIES, or the Sacramento Music Awards, were started by SN&R to give recognition to talented...

REVIEW: ‘Captain Marvel’ is the strongest Avenger, not the strongest movie

REVIEW: ‘Captain Marvel’ is the strongest Avenger, not the strongest movie

Estefany Nunez

March 9, 2019


Filed under Culture, Opinion

This review contains spoilers. Eleven years into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and we get the introduction of an iconic Marvel character who can fly, fight aliens and has incredible superpowers. Carol Danvers had so much potential for a great origin story, but the MCU failed to stick the landing. ...

Professor hosts art reception to raise awareness on immigration, social justice

Professor hosts art reception to raise awareness on immigration, social justice

Aaron Jackson

March 7, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

The Task Force for the Center on Race, Immigration, and Social Justice held an event at the University Library Gallery Wednesday that showcased displays of work made by local artists. Manuel Barajas, the chair of the Task Force and sociology professor at Sacramento State, helped put on the event “Neo-Colonialism...

REVIEW: Princess Nokia empowers women of color with feminist rap in NorCal

REVIEW: Princess Nokia empowers women of color with feminist rap in NorCal

Ruby Pineda

March 6, 2019


Filed under Culture, Music

Afro-Latina lyricist Princess Nokia empowered women of color during Noise POP Festival on Saturday night at the UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall. Noise POP took place over the course of a week where independent local musicians performed at various venues throughout the Bay Area. Princess Nokia, r...

Sac State to host book panel for the book ‘Chasing Phil’

Sac State to host book panel for the book ‘Chasing Phil’

Travis Boudreau

March 5, 2019


Filed under Campus, Culture

Jim Wedick and Jack Brennan were two inexperienced FBI agents during the 1970s when they were assigned an undercover case that would reshape the modern foundations of the agency. On Wednesday, former FBI agents Wedick, Brennan and author David Howard are scheduled to speak about the case, brought...

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