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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Sacramento State is getting $2.2 million dollars from California to go toward the university’s Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) and Crisis Assistance & Resource Education Support (CARES) office respectively, according to Associate Vice President of SHCS Joy Stewart-James and Associated Students Inc. director of natural sciences and mathematics Isha Bindal.
Sac State to receive $2.2 million in state funding for mental health services
Money to fund hiring of counselors, medical expenses
Kris Hall December 6, 2021
Sacramento State is getting $2.2 million dollars from California to go toward the university’s Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) and Crisis Assistance & Resource Education Support (CARES) office respectively, according to Associate Vice President of SHCS Joy Stewart-James and Associated Students Inc. director of natural sciences and mathematics Isha Bindal.
Sacramento State’s anti-racism and inclusion convocation was moved to Feb. 14, 2022, to discuss anti-racism on campus. The convocation was supposedly moved  due to “scheduling conflicts” according to President Robert Nelsen. Photo in background taken by Patrick Posuniak. Graphic made in Canva by Ayaana Williams.
Sac State president announces new date for anti-racism and inclusion convocation
Event moved to Feb. 14 amidst ‘silence and inaction’ criticisms
Dominique Williams December 6, 2021
Sacramento State’s anti-racism and inclusion convocation has been rescheduled for Feb. 14, 2022, President Robert Nelsen announced via SacSend Monday. This is the second rescheduling of the event, as the convocation was originally scheduled for September 2021 and previously rescheduled for Feb. 25, 2022.
David Moore parado fuera del Salón Tahoe de Sacramento State el viernes, Nov. 12, 2021. Como uno de los único profesores Afro-Americano en la administración de negocio en Sac State, Moore dijo que él ha experienciado más “frío en aislamiento” después de hablar sobre su experiencia siendo perfilado racialmente.
‘Dejen de tener miedo’: Facultad Afro-Americano urge a Sac State a llamar al racismo en campus
Keyshawn Davis, Emma Hall, Dominique Williams, and Erick Salgado December 2, 2021

David Moore, un profesor del colegio de administración de negocios en Sacramento State, termina una junta por Zoom en su oficina estrecha en el Salón Tahoe rodeado por papeles amontonados y vasos vacíos de Starbucks. Típicamente el enseña de su hogar,...

Enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation and president of Sac State’s Ensuring Native Indians Traditions Club, Amanda Croteau, as well as members of the Native community at Sacramento State and Sacramento, discuss how they feel about land acknowledgments and the Native lands that Sac State occupies. Sac State is located on Miwok, Maidu and Nisenan land. Photo of Croteau taken by Chrissy Martinez. Graphic created in Canva by Mercy Sosa.
Looking beyond land acknowledgements: Sac State’s history sitting on Native land
Chrissy Martinez and Odin Rasco December 2, 2021
Members of the many Native communities at Sacramento State, in Sacramento and beyond discuss how they feel about land acknowledgments and the Native lands that Sac State occupies. Sac State is located on Miwok, Maidu and Nisenan land.
(From left to right) Desiree McFarland, Mia Settles-Tidwell and Alan Figueroa-Camarena discuss Sacramento State’s anti-racism plan at a Zoom panel hosted by Associated Students Inc. Student Social Justice and Equity Council on Monday, Nov. 29, 2021. Panelists talked about the implementation of the plan and the importance of creating an anti-racist campus. Photo in background by Max Connor. Photos of panelists by Kris Hall.
Sac State ASI committee hosts forum discussing anti-racism plan, convocation delay
‘To keep delaying it, I know there are reasons behind that. It’s tiring’
Kris Hall December 1, 2021
Sacramento State Associated Students Inc. Student Social Justice and Equity Council hosted a Zoom panel on Monday for students to talk about the anti-racism plan and the importance of making Sac State an anti-racist campus.
A Native student center will be arriving at Sacramento State in fall 2022 on the first floor of Lassen Hall. Described as a necessity by Indigenous students, the center will be reminiscent of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, providing a space for representation and belonging for Native students. (Photo by Keyshawn Davis).
Sac State to open Native American student center
Center hopes to recruit more Indigenous students
Keyshawn Davis November 23, 2021
Members of the Native Scholars Program provide updates on the Native Student Center opening fall 2022.
Provost Steve Perez speaks to the Faculty Senate in the University Union at Sacramento State on Thursday, March 12, 2020. Perez is departing Sac State to become interim president at San José State University, according to a SacSend from President Robert Nelsen. Photo of Perez taken by Rahul Lal. Graphic made in Canva by Ayaana Williams.
Sac State provost to depart university, serve as San José State interim president
Steve Perez to take over amid SJSU athletics sexual abuse lawsuit
Alex Muegge, copy editor • November 22, 2021
Sacramento State Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Steve Perez will be departing the university effective Jan. 3 after over 20 years to become interim president at San José State University, according to a SacSend from Sac State President Robert Nelsen.
David Moore stands outside of Sacramento State’s Tahoe Hall on Friday, Nov. 12, 2021. As one of the only Black professors in business administration at Sac State, Moore said he has experienced more “coldness in isolation” after speaking out about his experience being racially profiled.
‘Stop being afraid’: Black faculty urge Sac State to call out campus racism
Keyshawn Davis, Emma Hall, and Dominique Williams November 18, 2021
The State Hornet spoke with several current and former Black faculty members on their insight about racism at Sac State.
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