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Sac State considering textbook program for immediate course material access

Sac State considering textbook program for immediate course material access

Victor Corral Martinez

November 19, 2019

Sacramento State is considering the implementation of Follett Access, a service that would provide students with textbooks and course materials, primarily via e-books, on the first day of school by adding fees to a student’s account, university officials said. Students would have the ability to opt-out o...

CRIME MAP: DUI arrest of ‘slumped’ over driver at Sac State

CRIME MAP: DUI arrest of ‘slumped’ over driver at Sac State

Dom Vitiello

November 18, 2019

Every week, The State Hornet will compile crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status. Last week, Sacramento State’s Police Department recorded nine crimes in the crime log.  These crimes included a man arrested for driving under the influenc...

No charges filed in case of Sac State fraternity member’s death

No charges filed in case of Sac State fraternity member’s death

Jordan Silva-Benham, News Editor

November 14, 2019

The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office decided not to press charges in the fatal shooting of William Molina, a business major and Pi Kappa Alpha member at Sacramento State.  Molina was shot in the chest and killed by a pellet gun at an “off-campus gathering” in a home on Lycoming...

Impacted Sac State nursing program’s limited enrollment requires ‘perfectionists’

Impacted Sac State nursing program’s limited enrollment requires ‘perfectionists’

Shikhar Mohan and Garry Singh

November 13, 2019

Sacramento State’s nursing program is one of the school’s most competitive and impacted majors on campus and is the 14th highest rated nursing program in California, but despite the programs’ popularity, it only allows up to 80 students a semester to be admitted. That number has stayed the sa...

CSU begins search for new chancellor with Sac State open forum

CSU begins search for new chancellor with Sac State open forum

Aline Henda

November 12, 2019

The search for the next California State University chancellor started Tuesday with an open forum at Sacramento State as trustees, faculty, students and staff attended the event held at the University Union. Chancellor Timothy P. White announced last month his intent to retire at the end of the s...

CRIME MAP: Three sexual assaults, one hit-and-run with injury reported on campus

CRIME MAP: Three sexual assaults, one hit-and-run with injury reported on campus

Jordan Silva-Benham, News editor

November 12, 2019

Every week, The State Hornet will compile crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status. During the week of Nov. 4, 11 crimes were logged in the Sacramento State Police Department’s crime log, including a report of three instances of sexual assault and one ar...

‘I was in the air playing God’: Sac State student veterans reflect on their military service

‘I was in the air playing God’: Sac State student veterans reflect on their military service

Ashton Byers

November 11, 2019

The GI Bill makes it possible for veterans with an honorable discharge to receive full or partial tuition benefits, depending on time served, as well as stipends for course materials and housing. At Sacramento State, the Veterans Success Center provides resources to veterans who choose to return to sch...

Sac State to hold open forum concerning the next CSU chancellor

Sac State to hold open forum concerning the next CSU chancellor

Jordan Silva-Benham, News editor

November 9, 2019

The California State University’s Office of the Chancellor will host an open forum at Sacramento State on Tuesday in the University Union Ballroom from noon to 2 p.m. to begin its search for the next CSU chancellor. Timothy P. White, who has served as the CSU chancellor since 2012, last month ann...

Anti-racism author speaks at Sac State about Trump, multiculturalism

Anti-racism author speaks at Sac State about Trump, multiculturalism

Chris Wong

November 7, 2019

Anti-racism author Tim Wise spoke at Sacramento State Thursday about the rise of hate speech during President Donald Trump’s administration and the need for acceptance of other races. Wise is a prominent anti-racism activist and has spoken at Yale, Harvard and Columbia University, according to ...

Sac State fraternity Phi Beta Sigma to host mental health forum Wednesday

Sac State fraternity Phi Beta Sigma to host mental health forum Wednesday

Aline Henda

November 5, 2019

Phi Beta Sigma at Sacramento State will host the mental health forum, “Let’s Talk About It,” in the University Union Wednesday. The forum will include a talk from Michael Dickerson and Courtney Hughes, mental health professionals at The WELL, an overview of mental health services The WELL provides, ...

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