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REVIEW: The witch is back!

REVIEW: The witch is back!

Brian Gibbons

November 17, 2018


Filed under Culture

Sabrina, the previously known teenage witch, is back, this time developed for Netflix with a brand new cast and much darker direction. Sabrina, portrayed by Kiernan Shipka, is an incredibly bright and passionate young half-witch, half-mortal torn between two worlds. On one hand, she has a life in ...

Sac State students use campus closure time to sleep, study

Sac State students use campus closure time to sleep, study

Brittney Delgado, Arts & Entertainment editor

November 15, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Instagram

Sacramento State has been officially closed for nearly a week due to poor air quality caused by smoke from the Camp Fire, leaving some students worried and others relaxing. Some students are spending time volunteering in Paradise and Chico where the fire has had the most impact, while others are goi...

Sac State student represents Northern California in Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza

Sac State student represents Northern California in Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza

Julia McPherson

November 15, 2018


Filed under Culture

Student and mariachi vocalist Beatriz Figueroa will represent Sacramento State at a national mariachi vocal extravaganza Nov. 16. Coming from a family of social advocates and musicians, Figueroa said she has been involved in music since she was a child. Because of this, she chose to major in socio...

‘Buried Child’ play examines the reality of the American dream

‘Buried Child’ play examines the reality of the American dream

Rudy Obstaculo

November 15, 2018


Filed under Culture

“Buried Child” is the latest Sacramento State theater production, directed by Roberto Pomo, made its debut on Nov. 7 and planned to go through Nov. 18.  Due to classes being canceled until after Thanksgiving break, the theater department canceled performances Nov. 16 through Nov. 18. T...

VIDEO: Director and cast of ‘Buried Child’ discuss play

Rudy Obstaculo

November 15, 2018


Filed under Culture, Video

Due to classes being canceled until after Thanksgiving break, the theater department canceled performances Nov. 16 through Nov. 18. They have since added new show dates from Nov. 28 through Dec. 2. Tickets purchased for canceled shows will be honored at the new show dates. Director Roberto Pomo discus...

First-year homesickness: How do students manage?

First-year homesickness: How do students manage?

Will Coburn

November 13, 2018


Filed under Culture

Moving away to college can be a rough series of adjustments, be it from across the country or just from across the state. Alongside learning to live on their own for the first time, first year students are confronted with needing to make whole new social circles while at college. This is a look at h...

Sage Beamon brings ‘The Real Tea’ to Sac State

Sage Beamon brings ‘The Real Tea’ to Sac State

Andres Aguirre

November 13, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture

Every Monday morning, Sacramento State sophomore Sage Beamon scours social media and entertainment news sites while preparing to “spill the tea” on her radio show on KSSU. “It’s about pop culture: It’s where I get to spill the tea about what’s going on,” Beamon said about her self-ho...

REACTION: Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee dead at 95

REACTION: Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee dead at 95

Will Coburn

November 12, 2018


Filed under Culture

Marvel Editor-in-Chief and comics author Stan Lee died at age 95 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles according to CNN. This is my favorite Stan Lee story. . . at least without The Thing in it. It comes from a VHS of “The Comic Book Greats.” I probably watched it so much as a child that it melted, but it i...

Improv, Why Not? club hosts benefit show for campus homelessness services

Improv, Why Not? club hosts benefit show for campus homelessness services

Camille Escovedo

November 12, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture

Sacramento State’s Improv, Why Not? club hosted a stand-up and improvisation comedy benefit show Saturday night in the Hinde Auditorium to raise money and clothing donations for homelessness services. JinBae Jung, president of Improv, Why Not?, said he wanted to introduce the club to an audience, pr...

Jesse McCartney brings nostalgia to a sold-out show

Jesse McCartney brings nostalgia to a sold-out show

Souvanna Jarvis

November 9, 2018


Filed under Campus, Culture, Featured, Instagram

Singer and songwriter Jesse McCartney performed to a sold-out show Thursday night at Sacramento State in the University Union Ballroom. Fans of the 2000s teen heartthrob lined up outside the doors of the Ballroom hours before the event, leading the line straight out the doors of the Union. B...

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