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STATE HORNET PODCAST: Crime map released, podcast news updates

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Crime map released, podcast news updates

Rose Vega and Gavin Rock April 12, 2021
Podcast staffers Rose Vega and Gavin Rock start off your week with the State Hornet Podcast, this time going over esports results, podcast section news updates and the latest crime map.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Samantha Elizalde wins ASI presidency

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Samantha Elizalde wins ASI presidency

Robbie Pierce April 9, 2021
Samantha Elizalde wins the Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc. presidency, a senior rugby player discusses how COVID-19 impacted his team, State Hornet staffer Sydney Roll writes on how to overcome “Hustle Culture” in your daily life and more.
STATE HORNET SPOTLIGHT: Passion Bailey’s love and support of reading

STATE HORNET SPOTLIGHT: Passion Bailey’s love and support of reading

Chanelle Muerong April 7, 2021
On this episode of our State Hornet: Spotlight podcast, deputy arts & entertainment editor Chanelle Muerong interviews Passion Bailey, the co-owner of Sacramento thrift and bookstore Hidden Gems, about her lifelong love and support of reading and literacy and her plans and hopes for her business and community.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Students open up about mental health during the pandemic

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Students open up about mental health during the pandemic

Mack Ervin III and Max Connor April 7, 2021
On today’s State Hornet Podcast, Sacramento State students open up about their mental health situations during the COVID-19 pandemic in an article by Chrissy Martinez and the latest episode of our Real Talk with Rose podcast.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Community art studio opens, weekend sports recapped

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Community art studio opens, weekend sports recapped

Rose Vega and Gavin Rock April 5, 2021
Today on the State Hornet Podcast, staffers Gavin Rock and Rose Vega discuss the opening of a new community art studio and recaps for a weekend in Hornet Sports and eSports.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Ethnic studies requirement approved, baseball series canceled

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Ethnic studies requirement approved, baseball series canceled

Robbie Pierce April 2, 2021
On today’s State Hornet Podcast, podcast editor Robbie Pierce discusses the approval of a new area F ethnic studies general education requirement, the cancellation of a weekend baseball series following a positive COVID-19 test and more.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Conference on anti-Asian violence held at Sac State

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Conference on anti-Asian violence held at Sac State

Max Connor and Mack Ervin III March 31, 2021
On today’s State Hornet Podcast with podcast staffer Mack Ervin III and editor-in-chief Max Connor: Sac State community members held a virtual conference addressing the recent surge in anti-Asian violence, the women’s and gender studies department will celebrate its 50th anniversary and more.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Everything you may have missed over break

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Everything you may have missed over break

Rose Vega and Gavin Rock March 29, 2021
Welcome back, Hornets - podcast staffers Rose Vega and Gavin Rock are here on today’s State Hornet Podcast to recap everything you may have missed during spring break.
PODCAST: Fall 2021 hybrid options detailed

PODCAST: Fall 2021 hybrid options detailed

Robbie Pierce and Camryn Dadey March 19, 2021
Happy Spring Break! Listen to today’s State Hornet Podcast detailing fall 2021’s hybrid course options and more, and tune in this weekend and after the break for more State Hornet Podcast Network content.
STATE HORNET PODCAST: Provost says students should expect campus return fall 2021

STATE HORNET PODCAST: Provost says students should expect campus return fall 2021

Mack Ervin III and Max Connor March 17, 2021
Editor-in-Chief Max Connor and podcast staffer Mack Ervin III discuss Sacramento State provost Steve Perez’s announcement that students should expect a return to campus this fall, Sacramento County’s move into the red tier of COVID-19 reopening and more.
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