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Upcoming summer music festivals you don’t want to miss

Upcoming summer music festivals you don’t want to miss

Alexis Roberts

May 17, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features, Music

With the weather getting warmer, here comes the season we have all been waiting for — festival season. The West Coast is home to many music festivals. Whether your favorite genre is hip hop, country, rap, rock or reggae, the best coast has it all. Here are some of the top festivals coming u...

5 summer day trips you can take for $50 or less

5 summer day trips you can take for $50 or less

Corina Gutierrez

May 1, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

Finals and sunshine can leave you itching to get out and do something new, and with $50 in your pocket, a tank of gas and a day free of responsibility, you can catch a change in scenery and make it back in time to sleep in your own bed. Summer vacation is the time to celebrate a well-earned break from a seme...

Your Safeway Monopoly piece could be a winner

Your Safeway Monopoly piece could be a winner

Thomas Frey, News editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

Have a stack of unopened Monopoly game pieces from Safeway that keeps growing higher before it topples over to consume the entire table? Is the thought of going through each piece daunting? Well, you still have time to open them up. The game ends on May 8 and a majority of the prizes are still up f...

5 fulfilling recipes that will fill you up and save you money

5 fulfilling recipes that will fill you up and save you money

Jordyn Dollarhide

April 25, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features, Food

Following the recent discovery of major health violations at the Servery at the Dining Commons, finding a nutritious and wholesome meal can be difficult for students living on a budget. For those who want to cook a meal for themselves, many recipes take too much time, too much effort or too much money. ...

Legendary metal band Slayer to play final Sacramento show

Legendary metal band Slayer to play final Sacramento show

Nick Minges

April 24, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features, Music

Legendary thrash metal band Slayer will be making its final appearance in Sacramento alongside Lamb of God, Anthrax, Behemoth and Testament. The metal community was saddened but not shocked when the legendary band Slayer announced on Jan. 22 that “The End is Near…” and that it would conclude it...

Capital Storytelling will feature real-life stories from members of the Sac State community

Capital Storytelling will feature real-life stories from members of the Sac State community

Will Coburn

April 17, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

Sacramento State has partnered with the Verge Center for the Arts to present Capital Storytelling, an event featuring personal, real-life stories from members of the community. At the event, six performers will tell true stories from their lives alongside certified deaf interpreters. Performers include...

Barely legal and dirt cheap: Off-campus parking hacks

Barely legal and dirt cheap: Off-campus parking hacks

Vincent Moleski

April 9, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured, Features

With the increase in Ramona lot fees and the increasingly unclear fate of Parking Structure V, students are more desperate for parking now than ever before. There are simply not enough spots to accommodate the student body anymore at peak hours, so off-campus parking has become a necessity for those C...

University Union hosts ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Tournament with $50 prize

University Union hosts ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Tournament with $50 prize

Oscar Rzodkiewicz

April 9, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

As rain pattered on the windows, about 20 students gathered for a “Super Smash Bros.” tournament in the Valley Suite of the University Union. A $50 Amazon gift card was on the line for the winner. The Union hosts a video game tournament every Friday, and last week’s contest saw a familiar face...

The 10 best outdoor activities for the spring

The 10 best outdoor activities for the spring

Nick Koeneke and Gabriel Ionica

April 4, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

Hornblower Cruises Want to experience the American and Sacramento rivers like never before? Consider Hornblower Cruises for an hour-long journey. Enjoy a one-hour cruise on the water and see where the American and Sacramento rivers come together to experience the natural beauty of the waterway. Th...

Fun events around Sacramento for April

Fun events around Sacramento for April

Shaun Holkko

April 2, 2018


Filed under Culture, Features

Are you looking for fun things to do around Sacramento in April? The State Hornet has compiled some fun events to attend every week until May. Check out our calendar for some of the best art festivals, concerts, games and other events this April.  The Vagina Monologues Check out the play b...

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