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PODCAST: Spring 2021 confirmed virtual, Sac State employees paid to resign

PODCAST: Spring 2021 confirmed virtual, Sac State employees paid to resign

Max Connor, Madeleine Beck, and Robbie Pierce

September 14, 2020

On this week’s episode of The State Hornet Podcast, Podcast Editor Robbie Pierce, Managing Editor Maddie Beck and Editor-in-Chief Max Connor go over major stories since the back-to-school episode uploaded week one, including the announcement of another virtual semester for Spring 2021, the new Early ...

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Voice of Youth founder Berry Accius discusses activism, police defunding

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Voice of Youth founder Berry Accius discusses activism, police defunding

Sara Nevis and Robbie Pierce

September 8, 2020

On the first episode of our new State Hornet: Spotlight audio profile series, multimedia reporter Sara Nevis talks with local father, activist and chef Berry Accius to discuss his personal history and views on activism, what more he feels needs to be done following the shooting death of Zarrie Allen,...

PODCAST: How coronavirus will affect the campus this fall

PODCAST: How coronavirus will affect the campus this fall

Madeleine Beck, Max Connor, and Robbie Pierce

September 3, 2020

Welcome back! On this State Hornet podcast special, editors Robbie Pierce, Maddie Beck and Max Connor take you through key events over the summer and developments from the past week related to the state of the campus during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. RELATED: CSU Chancellor addresses pandemic p...

CORONAVIRUS BRIEFS E4: Lawsuit over campus fees, emergency financial aid

CORONAVIRUS BRIEFS E4: Lawsuit over campus fees, emergency financial aid

Margherita Beale, Madeleine Beck, and Robbie Pierce

April 30, 2020

On this episode of our Coronavirus Briefs series, editor-in-chief Margherita Beale, deputy copy editor Maddie Beck and podcast editor Robbie Pierce discuss a class-action lawsuit against the California State University system about mandatory and now-inaccessible campus fees, emergency financial aid a...

NEWS PODCAST: Assembly Bill 2023 and deadnaming in the classroom

Sac State alumnus Lauren Pulido currently works for the state legislature. Pulido appeared on this episode of the News Podcast to discuss Assembly Bill 2023.

Kayleen Carter and Robbie Pierce

April 27, 2020

On this episode of The State Hornet’s News Podcast, our diversity and identity beat writer Kayleen Carter interviewed Lauren Pulido, a class of 2019 alumnus who now works at the state legislature, about AB 2023. If passed, the bill would allow transgender and nonbinary students to use their preferred...

CORONAVIRUS BRIEFS E3: Coronavirus case at Lark Sacramento, virtual commencement proposed

CORONAVIRUS BRIEFS E3: Coronavirus case at Lark Sacramento, virtual commencement proposed

Margherita Beale, Chris Wong, and Robbie Pierce

April 14, 2020

On this episode of our Coronavirus Briefs podcast, editor-in-chief Margherita Beale, deputy news editor Chris Wong and podcast editor Robbie Pierce break down the most important COVID-19-related developments within the Sacramento State community, including a resident testing positive for coronavirus at Lar...

STATE HORNET CORONAVIRUS PODCAST: What we know so far

STATE HORNET CORONAVIRUS PODCAST: What we know so far

Margherita Beale, Madeleine Beck, and Robbie Pierce

March 13, 2020

The State Hornet is launching a new series of podcast briefs to keep you up-to-date on the latest news and developments concerning the new coronavirus in regard to Sacramento State and the surrounding community. This episode features podcast editor Robbie Pierce, editor-in-chief Margherita Beale and deputy copy editor Maddie Beck dis...

NEWS PODCAST S2E6: Reviewing the Weide Chang story

Note left on door of computer science associate professor's Weide Chang office in Riverside Hall, alerting students of his leave of absence. The university said he was intercepted on his way to class Wednesday, Feb 19.

Madeleine Beck, Kylie Robison, and Robbie Pierce

March 12, 2020

For this week’s episode of The State Hornet News Podcast, podcast editor Robbie Pierce and news writer Maddie Beck spoke to Kaleb Bello, a fourth-year computer science major who was in Professor Weide Chang’s class the day Chang was removed from teaching it.   RELATED: Sac State computer science associat...

NEWS PODCAST S2E5: A look at the past with Sac State professor and former Black Panther Stanley Oden (Part 2)

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Makenna Roy, Gavin Rock, and Robbie Pierce

March 6, 2020

On this week’s episode of The State Hornet News Podcast, we continue last week’s conversation with Sac State political science professor Stanley Oden to discuss his time as a student organizer at University of California, Davis and as a member of the Black Panther Party. Music: Covert Affa...

NEWS PODCAST S2E5: A look at the past with Sac State professor, former Black Panther (Part 1)

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Makenna Roy, Gavin Rock, and Robbie Pierce

February 27, 2020

For this week’s episode of The State Hornet News Podcast, opinion writer Makenna Roy and staffer Gavin Rock sat down with Sacramento State political science professor Stanley Oden to discuss his childhood and early adulthood in 1950s San Diego and the “subtle racism” that he encountered. Part tw...

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