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ASI Food Pantry University Union location to serve more students

ASI Food Pantry University Union location to serve more students

Leslie Hicks

September 16, 2019

The ASI Food Pantry on campus has opened its new location in the University Union, room 1246, with a mission to “provide food and basic necessities to Sacramento State students in need at no cost,” according to the pantry’s website. The location in the Union is located next to the Crisis Assistance and Resource Educatio...

#SacStateSays: ‘What do you think about college athletes taking endorsement deals’

#SacStateSays: ‘What do you think about college athletes taking endorsement deals’

Jordan Silva-Benham, News editor

September 14, 2019

The California Legislature unanimously passed SB 206, the Fair Pay for Play Act, Wednesday granting college athletes to profit off their own likeness pending Gov. Gavin Newsom's signature. The State Hornet talked to Sacramento State students about their thoughts on the bill.

VIDEO: Sac State administrators and students rappel down 16 stories in support of at-risk youth

VIDEO: Sac State administrators and students rappel down 16 stories in support of at-risk youth

Kelly Kiernan, Video editor

September 13, 2019

Sacramento State faculty, administrators and students participated in the Over The Edge fundraiser in support of at-risk youth on Friday. Participants gathered downtown at the Marriott Residence Inn at 7 a.m. and began the 16 story plunge.

State Hornet News Episode 3: Overenrollment

State Hornet News Episode 3: Overenrollment

Will Coburn and Max Connor

September 13, 2019

The third episode of the weekly State Hornet News Podcast covering the 3500 waitlisted students Sac State accidentally invited to Accepted Students Day and discussing the details with higher education reporter Max Connor. Stories covered: Sac State accidentally accepts 3,500 waitlisted stud...

Man arrested on suspicion of harassing students at Upper Eastside Lofts

Man arrested on suspicion of harassing students at Upper Eastside Lofts

Dominic Vitiello

September 12, 2019

A man suspected of harassing students at the Upper Eastside Lofts apartment complex was arrested and detained earlier this month. The apartment complex, only 1.2 miles from Sacramento State, reported a man later identified as Tyler Kruse to security Sept. 1.  When security responded it was discove...

California college athletes could profit from endorsements if Newsom signs bill

California college athletes could profit from endorsements if Newsom signs bill

Max Connor

September 12, 2019

Student athletes at California universities like Sacramento State may soon be able to make money through endorsement deals and other channels, thanks to a bill passed unanimously by the state Legislature Wednesday.  Senate Bill 206, commonly known as The Fair Pay for Play Act, passed unanimously in the Assembly Monday and the Senate on Wednesday. ...

Sac State accidentally accepts 3,500 waitlisted students

Sac State accidentally accepts 3,500 waitlisted students

Max Connor

September 12, 2019

Sacramento State accidentally invited 3,500 waitlisted students to Admitted Students Day this year, according to Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.  Mills said that 500 of those prematurely accepted are now enrolled.  “We would have likely admitted that many students anyway,” said Mills. Mills...

After 3 weeks of delay, Academy65 residents move in to upper floors

After 3 weeks of delay, Academy65 residents move in to upper floors

Jordan Silva-Benham and Kelly Kiernan

September 11, 2019

‘Best Location for Sac State Students’ left 286 residents homeless

Survey finds Sacramento residents agree humans contribute to climate change

Survey finds Sacramento residents agree humans contribute to climate change

Robert Moon

September 10, 2019

According to a recent survey by Sacramento State, a majority of residents in the capital region believe that humans have directly contributed to climate change. The survey, conducted by Sac State’s Institute of Social Research and environmental research firm Valley Vision, polled 985 individuals in...

Stephon Clark’s children to receive a $2.4 million settlement

Stephon Clark’s children to receive a $2.4 million settlement

Jordan Silva-Benham, News editor

September 10, 2019

Stephon Clark’s two children were granted a $2.4 million settlement with the city of Sacramento Wednesday, according to a declaration filed by an attorney representing the minors. Clark’s children, referred to as A.C. and C.C. in the declaration, are 5 and 2 respectively. The siblings are being repres...

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