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San Francisco State University student Toshiar Green addresses a crowd at a Black Lives Matter rally at the California State Capitol steps in Sacramento, California on Friday, March 23, 2018. Sac State students reveal how police brutality and the massive media coverage reporting it has impacted and affected their mental health. Photo in background taken by Emily Rabasto. Graphic created in Canva.
Black Sac State community, therapist discuss psychological impacts of police brutality
‘We’re really not valued’
Chrissy Martinez and Michael Eskridge June 7, 2021
Ever since George Floyd was killed by now-convicted police officer Derek Chauvin, the conversation about police interactions with Black people has been prevalent in the U.S. Sacramento State students voiced their concerns regarding police brutality and how the media coverage affects their mental health.
(Left to right) Deputy Chief of Rutgers University police Michael Rein, Sacramento County Sheriff Captain Todd Henry and Sacramento County Sheriff Chief Deputy Chet Madison Jr. speak at virtual town halls discussing their candidacies for Sacramento State Chief of Police. Current Chief Mark Iwasa announced in March that he would be retiring over the summer. Photos taken via Zoom by Erick Salgado, Emma Hall and Alec Ramey. Graphic made in Canva.
3 Sac State Chief of Police candidates selected, speak at town halls
University chose two officers from Sac County Sheriff’s Office after nationwide search
Erick Salgado, Emma Hall, and Alec Ramey May 21, 2021
After the announcement about Chief Mark Iwasa’s retirement, Sacramento State has selected three candidates to potentially replace him in the fall. This week, members of the university community met Deputy Chief of Rutgers University police Michael Rein, Sacramento County Sheriff Captain Todd Henry and Sacramento County Sheriff Deputy Chet Madison Jr.
Sac State students react to CARmencement
Sac State students react to CARmencement
CARmencement will take place of commencement for classes of 2020, 2021
Garry Singh May 20, 2021
Students tell their positive and negative takeaways and how they would decorate their cars for the celebration Friday and Saturday.
Will students need masks in the fall? Police chief candidate town halls: STATE HORNET NEWS
Will students need masks in the fall? Police chief candidate town halls: STATE HORNET NEWS
James Fife, Allisyn Mayhew, and Garry Singh May 19, 2021
On this edition of State Hornet News, we talk to Sac State’s chief risk officer for risk management services about potential COVID-19 restrictions in the fall, Sac State will hold town hall meetings with the final candidates for police chief, there is a new virtual art exhibit, and more.
Sacramento State’s Division of Inclusive Excellence announced that Sac State students, employees, faculty and administration are allowed to choose their gender pronouns that are displayed on their Student Center and profile pages. The State Hornet compiled this FAQ about pronouns and LGBTQ+ inclusivity at Sac State. (Photo by Kayleen Carter.)
FAQ: How to add your pronouns to your Student Center
Estefany Nuñez May 19, 2021
Sacramento State’s Division of Inclusive Excellence announced that Sac State students, employees, faculty and administration are allowed to choose the pronouns that are displayed on their Student Center and profile pages. The State Hornet compiled this FAQ about pronouns and LGBTQ+ inclusivity at Sac State.
Sacramento State defines the HyFlex modality as a course format that combines face-to-face and online learning on their website. The website states that each class session or learning activity is offered in-person, synchronously online and asynchronously online.
FAQ: HyFlex and HerkyFlex, what’s the difference?
$8 million spent to support a HyFlex model at Sac State
Kimberly Gomez Santos May 18, 2021
The State Hornet has organized this FAQ to provide answers regarding the HyFlex modality as well as the difference between HyFlex, HerkyFlex and Hybrid.
John Johnson, Sacramento State’s director of inclusive excellence learning, will be leaving the university on June 11. Johnson’s departure marks the third time this semester that a Black administrator has left Sac State. Photo courtesy of Sacramento State. Graphic made in Canva.
Sac State director of inclusive excellence learning departing university
Jordan Parker, copy editor • May 18, 2021
Sacramento State’s director of inclusive excellence learning John Johnson announced he will leave Sac State in June.
The State Hornet talked to internship coordinators, professors and other faculty from several departments who are very aware of the difficulty of finding jobs, especially during the times we are living through. Graphic made in Canva.
Graduating during a pandemic...what now?
A guide to networking and finding a job from Sac State faculty
Gerardo Zavala, Sara Nevis, Garry Singh, Blynn Beltran, Alan Trinidad, Allisyn Mayhew, Dominic Vitiello, Patrick Posuniak, James Fife, and Madelaine Church May 18, 2021
We talked to internship coordinators, professors and other faculty from several departments about the next steps graduates should take to find jobs and build their network.
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