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Sac State Says: What has been your experience with student housing? And if you don’t live in student housing, why not?

Sac State Says: What has been your experience with student housing? And if you don’t live in student housing, why not?

Adria Watson, News Editor

September 19, 2018


Filed under News

Deciding between living on campus, finding off-campus student housing, getting an apartment or commuting to school can be a tough choice. We asked students around campus what their experience have been with student housing and if they have none, why they decided to not live amongst their peers. Tell ...

Struggling for real food? CalFresh could be the answer

Struggling for real food? CalFresh could be the answer

Kameron Schmid, Editor-at-large

September 19, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

The old college stereotype about food is well-known; ramen, a lot of take-out, and mandatory attendance at every event that offers free food. But financial insecurity — including access to food — is a serious issue for many students as college tuition continues to rise nationwide. At Sacrament...

Protesters clash outside statewide law enforcement expo

Protesters clash outside statewide law enforcement expo

State Hornet Staff

September 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, Stephon Clark

Protesters were called to disperse after the Sacramento Police Department called their “die in” outside of a statewide law enforcement expo unlawful on Tuesday, the six-month anniversary of Stephon Clark’s death. A group of speakers — including Alicia Garza, the Co-Founder of the Black Lives Matter movement who later gave a sched...

Sheriff’s deputy killed in Rancho Cordova shooting attended Sac State

Sheriff’s deputy killed in Rancho Cordova shooting attended Sac State

Cory Jaynes, News Editor

September 17, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Crime, Featured, News

A Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy that attended Sacramento State was shot and killed Monday afternoon at a Rancho Cordova Pep Boys Auto Shop, according to Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones. In a video posted by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Jones said that deputies Mark Stasyuk, 27, and Julie Robertson, 28, were responding to a ca...

Crash victim identified as Sac State student through social media

Crash victim identified as Sac State student through social media

Adria Watson, News Editor

September 17, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Featured, News

A Sacramento State freshman has been identified via social media as the victim of a two-car collision in the Freeport area Friday night. Friends and family indicated on social media that Alejandro Gonzalez was killed in a crash on Freeport Boulevard and McAllister Avenue. Official identificati...

Black Lives Matter co-founder will speak on campus Tuesday

Black Lives Matter co-founder will speak on campus Tuesday

Courtney Fong

September 17, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Alicia Garza, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, will kick off the Green and Gold Speaker Series Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the University Union Ballroom. Garza’s talk, “Black Lives Matter: From the Local Streets to a National Dialogue,” will focus on societal change, social injustice,...

Medical abortions closer to being required at CSU campuses

Medical abortions closer to being required at CSU campuses

Sami Soto

September 15, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

A bill that would require public university health centers to offer medical abortions has moved forward to California Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk for final approval. Senate Bill 320 was presented to the governor on Monday, Sept. 10. If passed, all CSU and UC campuses would be required to provide th...

Panel discusses updates on DACA from both city and state

Panel discusses updates on DACA from both city and state

Storm Ray

September 15, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Sacramento State’s Dreamer Resource Center hosted a panel on Friday to discuss current state and city policy updates regarding DACA recipients. The panel featured deputy director of federal policy for FWD.us Andrew Moriarty, civic engagement liaison and officer of mayor Darrell Steinberg Mariel...

Sac State Says: Would you take classes at Sac State Downtown?

Sac State Says: Would you take classes at Sac State Downtown?

Cory Jaynes, News Editor

September 15, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

Sacramento State officially opened its downtown satellite campus Tuesday, Aug. 28, with a ceremony attended by President Robert Nelsen, students, faculty and elected officials including Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. Beginning this fall, the new location plans to offer classes in the public ...

ASI makes major change to Safe Rides program

ASI makes major change to Safe Rides program

Storm Ray

September 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc. is making significant changes to the Safe Rides program due to issues with liabilities and effectiveness. The newly dubbed Safe Rides Cash Back Program is aimed at reducing incidents of drinking and driving among the Sac State community that could result in acc...

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