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Sac State ASI seeks student census participation online amid COVID-19 restrictions

Sac State ASI seeks student census participation online amid COVID-19 restrictions

Mercy Sosa

April 1, 2020

Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc.’s push for student participation in the 2020 census has gone exclusively virtual due to California’s shelter-at-home order, according to ASI leadership.  The census is a count of the population conducted every 10 years by the U.S. Census Bureau, a n...

KYLIEBYTES: ‘Zoombombing’ is the newest cyber attack. Was Sac State prepared?

KYLIEBYTES: ‘Zoombombing’ is the newest cyber attack. Was Sac State prepared?

Kylie Robison

March 31, 2020

I’m Kylie Robison and this is KYLIEBYTES, a column where I talk about technology and its impact on society. Follow me on Twitter @kylie_robison for more. Zoom has become a household name overnight, with schools and businesses across the country implementing this new technology in the face of a serious pand...

NCAA grants spring athletes extra year of eligibility due to coronavirus cancellations

NCAA grants spring athletes extra year of eligibility due to coronavirus cancellations

Robyn Dobson, Sports Editor

March 30, 2020

The NCAA announced Monday that council members voted to grant spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility after their seasons were canceled due to coronavirus concerns.  Talks of eligibility relief for student-athletes began on March 13, less than 24 hours after the NCAA had announced that all rem...

Sac State offers ‘drive-in wi-fi’ amid coronavirus-induced online classes

Sac State offers ‘drive-in wi-fi’ amid coronavirus-induced online classes

Kylie Robison

March 30, 2020

Sacramento State’s Information Resources & Technology Service Desk implemented “drive-in Wi-Fi” Friday in Parking Structure V for students with difficulty accessing the internet for online classes, according to a SacSend email Thursday from IRT.  Internet access in Parking Structure V will ...

TIMELINE: How COVID-19 has affected Sac State

TIMELINE: How COVID-19 has affected Sac State

Madeleine Beck and Chris Wong

March 30, 2020

The first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Sacramento County on Feb. 21. Less than a month later the county issued a stay-at-home directive to ensure residents only leave their homes for essential chores, with breaking this order potentially resulting in a misdemeanor. Click the images and "Read more" links below...

Sac State moves all summer classes online amid COVID-19 spread

Sac State moves all summer classes online amid COVID-19 spread

Gavin Rock and Chris Wong

March 29, 2020

Sacramento State will hold all summer 2020 courses online due to the spread of the COVID-19, according to a SacSend email sent Sunday. In the email, Sac State President Robert Nelsen said the decision was made after consulting with the CSU Chancellor’s Office, the Faculty Senate Executive Commi...

FAQ: What is the U.S. Census? Should you participate?

FAQ: What is the U.S. Census? Should you participate?

Mercy Sosa

March 28, 2020

U.S. Census Day will be observed nationally on April 1, and most Americans are invited to participate. The census is a count of the population conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, a non-partisan federal agency. The census includes the U.S. and its five territories, and it takes note of every citi...

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: 3/28 Weekly Update

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: 3/28 Weekly Update

Kayla Brown, Madeleine Beck, Mack Ervin III, and Kelly Kiernan

March 28, 2020

The State Hornet has switched to weekly broadcast updates. Our fifth broadcast includes updates about the Associated Students, Inc. president and vice president, the Sacramento State Placer Center and what’s still open on campus.  Related: Sac State ASI President, VP to keep over $35,000 in sch...

The WELL offers partial refunds to Sac State faculty, staff, alumni

The WELL offers partial refunds to Sac State faculty, staff, alumni

Madeleine Beck, Deputy Copy Editor

March 27, 2020

The WELL at Sacramento State will offer refunds to faculty, staff, alumni and sponsored members according to an email obtained by the State Hornet.  “We are emailing all of our Monthly-EFT Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Sponsored members to inform you that we are currently processing a 50% refund fo...

CRIME MAP: Potted plants pilfered in quiet week of crime at Sac State

CRIME MAP: Potted plants pilfered in quiet week of crime at Sac State

Chris Wong, Deputy News Editor

March 25, 2020

Every week The State Hornet will compile crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status. Five crimes were reported in the Sacramento State Police Department’s crime log for the week ending on March 21.  Theft was the most common crime. Among the ...

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