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Miembros de Alpha Psi Lambda (izquierda a derecha) tesorera y Vice Presidenta External Julianna Murrieta, Miembro Asociada de Educación Savannah Gonzalez, Presidente Luis Sanchez y Vice Presidenta Internal Martha Chavez se reúnen para su junta de la fraternidad el Lunes en la noche. La junta se reúne semanalmente para hablar y planear metas y eventos para miembros de la fraternidad y otros estudiantes de Sac State.

La significación de familia para fraternidad Latino de Sac State, Alpha Psi Lambda

Erick Salgado October 18, 2021

Este artículo también está disponible en inglés aquí.   Estudiante de primer año y con especialización en contabilidad en Sacramento State Raul Bárcenas vino a un paro abrupto por la pandemia...

Miembros de Alpha Psi Lambda (izquierda a derecha) tesorera y Vice Presidenta External Julianna Murrieta, Miembro Asociada de Educación Savannah Gonzalez, Presidente Luis Sanchez y Vice Presidenta Internal Martha Chavez se reúnen para su junta de la fraternidad el Lunes en la noche. La junta se reúne semanalmente para hablar y planear metas y eventos para miembros de la fraternidad y otros estudiantes de Sac State.

The meaning of family for Sac State Latino fraternity, Alpha Psi Lambda

Erick Salgado October 12, 2021
Sac State Latino-based, co-ed fraternity Alpha Psi Lambda shared what family means for its members and the struggles they’ve faced with completing their goals.
State Hornet alumna Aranza Mora at Univision’s Despierta Sacramento on Oct. 5, 2021. Mora talked to managing editor Magaly Muñoz about her struggles with being a Hispanic woman in broadcast media.

Alumna shares her experience being a Hispanic woman in media: STATE HORNET SPOTLIGHT

Magaly Muñoz October 11, 2021

On this edition of State Hornet Spotlight, State Hornet alumna Aranza Mora talks to managing editor Magaly Muñoz about her experience with being a Latina woman in media and how her love for being Hispanic...

Posters from the Royal Chicano Air Force art collective hang in the Collections & Collaborations exhibit on Sept. 30, 2021. Art history and printmaking students referenced the posters from the university’s archives to create works based on their own ephemera. Photo of the posters taken by Marin Perego. Graphic created in Canva.

Sac State art students respond to pandemic through printmaking

Marin Perego October 10, 2021
The “Collections & Collaborations” printmaking exhibition on display in the University Union Gallery spotlights pieces by Sacramento State art history students.
Graphic created in Canva by Erick Salgado.

Introducing ourselves and the significance of our culture’s food: Sin Filtro

Erick Salgado, Mercy Sosa, and Magaly Muñoz October 6, 2021

In the first episode of “Sin Filtro,” editors Erick Salgado, Mercy Sosa and Magaly Muñoz introduce themselves and from which Latin country their family heritage originates.  The trio shares how...

Sacramento State education assistant professor Alma Flores stands by the Serna Fountain on Sept. 7, 2021. Flores said she had romanticized the CSU because demographically their students were diverse and thought the faculty would be somewhat diverse, but it was “very white.”

Sac State’s Latino community speaks on disproportionate ratios between faculty and students

Mercy Sosa October 5, 2021
Despite Sac State’s Hispanic Serving Institution status designated by the U.S. Department of Education due to the university’s 25% of undergraduate full-time Hispanic students, the Latino community at the university calls for representation amongst faculty.
Right photo: Managing editor Magaly Muñoz and her mom after her pre-K graduation. Left photo: Muñoz and her dad at an award ceremony from her elementary school. In her latest testimony, Magaly talks about her experience with being embarrassed by her Hispanic heritage at a young age.

TESTIMONIAL: I had to learn to love my Hispanic heritage

Magaly Muñoz, managing editor October 4, 2021
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, managing editor Magaly Muñoz talks about learning to love being Hispanic after years of growing up in an environment that looked nothing like her everyday life.
Graphic created in Canva.

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

Mercy Sosa September 30, 2021
Located in Sacramento State with approximately 11,004 Hispanic and Latino students, The State Hornet has compiled previous coverage on this page relating to the Hispanic and Latino community in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
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