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Here’s what Sac State political leaders have to say about Justice Kennedy retirement

Here’s what Sac State political leaders have to say about Justice Kennedy retirement

Cory Jaynes, News editor

June 28, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, 81, announced his retirement on Wednesday. Kennedy has been a critical swing vote on the nation’s highest court joining with the court’s liberal judges in rulings on Obergefell v. Hodges, which ruled that marriage was a fundamental right for same-sex couples...

CSU will not raise tuition after receiving extra state budget funding

CSU will not raise tuition after receiving extra state budget funding

Caleb Danielson

June 28, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

California State University Chancellor Timothy White praised Gov. Jerry Brown and the state Legislature Wednesday for choosing to increase the 2018-2019 CSU budget by $358.2 million. After student and faculty protests against the proposed tuition increase, Chancellor White announced that the CSU would not raise tuition for the 2018-2019 school year. “By providing sufficient funding to ...

Black Women’s March calls for unity

Black Women’s March calls for unity

Thomas Frey, Sports editor

June 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Black Women United led a group of almost all black women from Crocker Park to the west steps of the State Capitol Saturday June 9 in support of black women. The theme of the march “Can I Live?” aimed to shed the light away from the stereotype that black women are “magical superwomen who don...

Missing persons conference aims to bring family closure

Missing persons conference aims to bring family closure

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

The “Missing in California” conference held at Sacramento State Saturday aimed to give family members and friends of missing people closure, according to spokesman for the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department Shaun Hampton. Attendees of the event checked in at a reception area and were then escorted by ...

Sacramento law enforcement to host missing persons conference at Sac State

Sacramento law enforcement to host missing persons conference at Sac State

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

June 8, 2018


Filed under News

The Sacramento Sheriff's Department and other Sacramento law enforcement will be hosting the “Missing in California” conference at the Sacramento State Alumni Center this Saturday, June 9. The event, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will allow families of missing people to bring phot...

Parking Structure V to open Thursday

Parking Structure V to open Thursday

Thomas Frey, News editor

May 16, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Parking Structure V will open Thursday after it was originally set to open at the beginning of the fall 2018 semester. An email sent out to all students by the Office of the Vice President of Administration stated that the structure passed the Office of the State Fire Marshall inspection and will be op...

Parking tracker created by students needs OK from UTAPS

Parking tracker created by students needs OK from UTAPS

Thomas Frey, News editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Parking Lots 9 and 10 could utilize a parking tracker, created by five mechanical engineering students, in the upcoming fall semester at Sacramento State. The group has worked on this project since September and has developed a code that will tell students through the Sac State parking app how man...

Driver arrested for DUI on campus in final week of instruction

Driver arrested for DUI on campus in final week of instruction

Emily Rabasto, Visuals editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Featured, News

A man was arrested for driving under the influence Thursday after colliding with and damaging several yellow bollards and a fire hydrant on State University Drive outside of Del Norte Hall, according to University police. The man was handcuffed and led into a police vehicle after failing a field sobriety t...

Political Science voted 2018 ‘Best Major’ at Sac State

Political Science voted 2018 ‘Best Major’ at Sac State

Emily Rabasto, Visual editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Best of Sac State, Best of Sac State, News

Move over “The Artist Formerly Known as Prince.” It’s the major formerly known as Government. The Department of Political Science was voted “best major” by students of Sacramento State in this year’s Best of Sac State poll. Assistant professor of political science Danielle Martin has ...

Parker Brahms voted 2018 ‘Best Male Athlete’ at Sac State

Parker Brahms voted 2018 ‘Best Male Athlete’ at Sac State

Alex Daniels

May 9, 2018


Filed under Best of Sac State, Sports

For the second year in a row, a baseball player has won ‘Best male athlete’ after Sacramento State sophomore pitcher Parker Brahms won the award in The State Hornet’s second annual Best of Sac State poll. Brahms, who follows former Sac State pitcher Justin Dillon in receiving the award, has a 4...

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