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2020: Year in Photos

2020: Year in Photos
Patrick Posuniak, visuals editor December 31, 2020
With 2021 on the horizon, we’ve compiled some of our most impactful images to tell the story of 2020.

FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence – education

FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence - education
Sara Nevis and Ian Ratliff December 19, 2020

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn and Jamilia Land to some may be unlikely friends, but that has not stopped Land from receiving criticism from the public for being friends with a police officer due...

VIDEO: Sacramento protest through the eyes of a Black Trump supporter

Sara Nevis, Multimedia Editor December 19, 2020
Julius Giles, a Black Trump supporter, allowed The State Hornet to follow him during the third week of the “Stop the Steal” rally at the California State Capitol.

Hornet Esports Valorant Team went undefeated until their final match

December 18, 2020

Ian Ratliff the State Hornets broadcast editor sat down with Nick Palsgaard Coach Hornet Esports Valorant Coach, Bryan Anusacion and Jeffrey Kuo about their impressive season in the ECAC Esports league.

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Looking back on a semester of sports largely without sports

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Jason Gallardo, Garry Singh, and Robbie Pierce December 18, 2020
On the season finale of the Sports Spotlight, Jason Gallardo and Garry Singh look back on a semester of sports coverage largely without sports, and discuss when and how sports can continue safely amid COVID-19.

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Legal advocate explains the situation for DACA and Dreamers

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Legal advocate explains the situation for DACA and Dreamers
Estefany Nuñez, Maria Ceja, Mercy Sosa, and Robbie Pierce December 17, 2020
DACA was fully reinstated this month but faces legal challenges such as an upcoming court case Dec. 22. In this bilingual podcast, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights advocate Andrés Guerra explains how to apply and what to watch for when applying.

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Defensor legal explica la situación de DACA y Dreamers

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Defensor legal explica la situación de DACA y Dreamers
Estefany Nuñez, Maria Ceja, Mercy Sosa, and Robbie Pierce December 17, 2020
DACA estaba completamente reinstalada al principio de este mes, pero hay desafíos legales como un juicio en Dec. 22. En este podcast bilingüe, el defensor legal para la Coalición por los Derechos Humanos de Inmigrantes Andrés Guerra explica como aplicar y lo que deberían vigilar para cuando apliquen.

MAX’S TABLE: Sac State football player goes from concussion to the kitchen

Jordan Thomas
Max Connor December 16, 2020
On this episode of Max’s Table, Max talks to Jordan Thomas: a Sac State alumnus, former Hornet football player and current private chef. Hear Chef JT talk about how a concussion cut his football career short but set him on a new path — spreading joy through his cooking.

PODCAST: Updates given on police budget, Black students react to talent show incident

PODCAST: Updates given on police budget, Black students react to talent show incident
On the final episode of The State Hornet Podcast for this semester, investigative reporter Michael Pacheco shares details and updates on a story posted about the Sac State Police Department’s budget for this semester and the next, arts and entertainment editor Nijzel Dotson and staff writer Brandon Bailey discuss their story about Black students’ reactions to anti-Black racial slurs sent by ‘Zoombombers’ during UNIQUE’s talent show and more.

STATE HORNET NEWS: COVID-19 regional lockdown, CSU returns to campus in fall 2021 and more

December 14, 2020

On this edition of State Hornet News, COVID-19 regional lockdown begins, CSU vows to return to campus in fall 2021 and the Hornet Esports Valorant team discusses their season. Plus more from the State...

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