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Gov. Gavin Newsom makes high increases to his proposed budget

Gov. Gavin Newsom makes high increases to his proposed budget

Steven Bryla

February 11, 2019


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California Governor Gavin Newsom proposed his first budget on Jan. 10, which included a $29 billion increased spending plan compared to the 2018 proposal from former Gov. Jerry Brown. Newsom’s new $209 billion spending plan includes $144 billion for general funds. According to the Public Policy Ins...

QTFAS aims to offer community to LGBTQ Sac State employees

QTFAS aims to offer community to LGBTQ Sac State employees

Robert Moon

February 10, 2019


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Even on a campus as large as Sacramento State, it’s easy to feel alone, and that is what makes it important to have a group of peers to connect with. For some Sac State faculty, that group of peers is the Queer and Trans Faculty and Staff group on campus. “There was already enough fear in my...

Sac State orders Delta Chi fraternity to ‘cease and desist all activity’

Sac State orders Delta Chi fraternity to ‘cease and desist all activity’

Margherita Beale and Will Coburn

February 9, 2019


Filed under Campus, Featured, Instagram, News

Sacramento State’s Delta Chi chapter has been ordered to cease and desist all activity as of Friday in the midst of a university investigation into allegations of hazing. The decision came from Student Organizations & Leadership after a second anonymous email sent to The State Hornet included a video said to show the hazing ...

Video from anonymous source claims to show Sac State fraternity hazing ritual

Video from anonymous source claims to show Sac State fraternity hazing ritual

Will Coburn and Kameron Schmid

February 8, 2019


Filed under Breaking News, Campus, Instagram, News

A second anonymous email sent to The State Hornet contains a video described to show the hazing of a current member of Sacramento State’s Delta Chi chapter. The video is said to show a current member being “kidnapped” in 2017. The video shows a man bound and gagged on a table as others hold...

Former Iranian ambassador speaks at Sac State panel

Former Iranian ambassador speaks at Sac State panel

Robert Pierce

February 8, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

The former Iranian ambassador to the U.N. was critical of the current Iranian government at a panel hosted by Sacramento State's Iranian and Middle Eastern Studies Center in the Hinde Auditorium Thursday. The panel titled “The U.S.-Iran Conflict”  featured Mansour Farhang, Iran’s first repre...

Electric JUMP scooters released in downtown and West Sacramento

Electric JUMP scooters released in downtown and West Sacramento

Jasmin Acosta

February 8, 2019


Filed under Featured, News

The Uber-owned company, JUMP, will be the first to release 100 electric scooters in downtown and West Sacramento Friday, according to Sacramento city officials. E-scooter users will be charged $1 to unlock a scooter and 15 cents per minute until they complete their ride - the average cost ranging b...

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke gives lecture at Sac State

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke gives lecture at Sac State

Eric Jaramishian and Ruby Pineda

February 8, 2019


Filed under Campus, Featured, News, Video

Social justice activist Tarana Burke concluded her California State University speaking tour at Sacramento State Thursday, encouraging and aiming to empower students to heal as a community and sharing the roots of her role in the #MeToo movement. More than 1,000 students, alumni and faculty filled the Universi...

Investigation into Sac State fraternity continues

Investigation into Sac State fraternity continues

Margherita Beale and Kameron Schmid

February 7, 2019


Filed under Featured, News

After an anonymous email was sent to university officials, Sacramento State's investigation into allegations of hazing against the university’s chapter of the Delta Chi fraternity is ongoing. The email was sent Jan. 26 to The State Hornet and President Robert Nelsen’s interim chief of staff, C...

How a new CSU in Stockton would affect Sac State

How a new CSU in Stockton would affect Sac State

Shaun Holkko

February 7, 2019


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Sacramento State is a top commuter school that could potentially lose a large group of students in the future if a new California State University is opened in Stockton. It was recently announced that new Governor Gavin Newsom’s state budget could include $2 million to go towards researching whethe...

#SacStateSays: ‘Would you consider going to a CSU in Stockton?’

#SacStateSays: ‘Would you consider going to a CSU in Stockton?’

Shaun Holkko

February 7, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

It was recently reported that Stockton may be the home to a new CSU. Sacramento State is a major commuter school with many students coming from the 209. The State Hornet went and asked students if they would consider going to the new school in Stockton if it were opened. Continue the conversation using...

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