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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Chet Madison Jr., Sacramento State Police Department’s new chief, speaks with The State Hornet regarding his plans for the department on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. Students say they want Madison to focus on anti-racism, safety and outreach to the campus community.
Sac State community shares thoughts, expectations for campus police and new chief
Odin Rasco • September 20, 2021
Sacramento State students share their thoughts on campus police and new Sac State police chief Chet Madison Jr.
Khalil Ferguson, one the founding members of BSU and current president of the Black Alumni Chapter, and his group after participating in the singing game Encore on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021. “Welcome Black” attendees played Encore to open the event.
‘Welcome Black’ returns to Sac State campus first time since quarantine
Event spotlights Black student organizations
Keyshawn Davis • September 18, 2021
Black students gather for the first “Welcome Black” event on campus on Thursday, Sept 16 and showcased Black student organizations and other resources available to Black students.
All members of Associated Students, Inc. board of directors gather for its weekly meeting on Wednesday, Sept 15, 2021. The board finalized its strategic priorities for the 2021-2022 school year.
ASI to share survey results on campus police department with Sac State administration
ASI confirms annual goals in support of diversity initiatives
Kris Hall • September 17, 2021
Sac State ASI finalized their annual goals, including upholding the university’s anti-racism plan and meeting with campus police to discuss their presence on campus.
 (Left to right) Joel Santiago, Dr. Viridiana Diaz and Noel Mara discuss different Latinx clubs and resources offered at Sacramento State on Wednesday, Sept.15, 2021, for “La Bienvenida.” While the event was held online, Mara expressed joy to be back on campus.
Serna Center hosts ‘La Bienvenida,’ a celebration of Sac State’s Latinx community
Latinx Student Clubs and resources showcased
Erick Amaya September 16, 2021
Serna Center’s “La Bienvenida” welcomes students to campus. Faculty and student speakers encourage students to become more involved.
FILE PHOTO: Catherine Nigro, registered nurse for the Student Health Center, prepares for the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to be distributed to students and faculty in the Brown Bag room in the Union on Jan. 28, 2021. Sac State Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills said that professors have “not yet” been emailed a list of their students who missed the COVID-19 vaccine certification deadline.
Sac State struggles to deny campus access to students who missed vaccination deadline
Camryn Dadey, news editor • September 16, 2021
While 2,206 Sacramento State students have still failed to certify their COVID-19 vaccination status and are denied access to campus, Sac State Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills told The State Hornet that professors have “not yet” been emailed a list of their students who were now denied access to campus.
The Services for Students with Disabilities (SSWD) office is located in Lassen Hall with students entering and exiting. SSWD has set up a computer lab where staff are helping disabled students familiarize with the new Clockwork program for the SSWD Portal — no longer needing their all-paper format.
Sac State’s Services for Students with Disabilities transitions to campus
Paperless program accommodates the fall 2021 semester
Shelby Tolly September 15, 2021
Services for Students with Disabilities is throwing out anything in paper format for a new all-online system called Clockwork to help give disabled students a smooth transition to
California faces a gubernatorial recall election that decides the fate of Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. Photo of Gavin Newsom (left) by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 and photo of Larry Elder (right) by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Graphic created in Canva by Mercy Sosa.
The State Hornet Voter Guide 2021: California Recall Edition
Mercy Sosa September 14, 2021
As a publication located in the capital of California, The State Hornet has a responsibility to compile resources to best inform its readers on the recall election on Tuesday that also decides the fate of millions. Check out all of our coverage here:
(File photo) Sacramento State students walking on campus by Mendocino Hall in September 2019. 4,306 Sac State students failed to meet the Sept. 13 deadline to self-certify their COVID-19 vaccination status, according to an email from Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.
Sac State denies campus access to 4,306 students after failing to certify COVID-19 vaccination status
Students who fail to certify by Sept. 27 will have in-person courses administratively dropped
Camryn Dadey, news editor • September 14, 2021
4,306 Sac State students failed to meet the Sept. 13 deadline to self-certify their COVID-19 vaccination status and are now denied access to campus, according to an email from Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills.
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