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Sac State officials say Clery Report spike due to single individual

Sac State officials say Clery Report spike due to single individual

Max Connor, News editor

October 4, 2019

The results from Sacramento State’s annual Clery Act Report released on Sept. 20 showed that reported incidents of rape increased from four in 2017 to 30 in 2018 but said in the footnotes that there had not been “a significant increase in the number of individuals who had been sexually assaulted...

University Library celebrates 25th anniversary of Japanese American Archival Collection

University Library celebrates 25th anniversary of Japanese American Archival Collection

Chris Wong

October 4, 2019

The Sacramento State University Library celebrated the 25th anniversary of receiving the first donation of the Japanese American Archival Collection Thursday in the Union. The event’s main guest speakers were civil rights attorney Mia Yamamoto and Mitchell Maki, executive director for the Go For Brok...

Sac State Career Center, FBI host Collegiate Citizens Academy

Sac State Career Center, FBI host Collegiate Citizens Academy

Robert Moon

October 2, 2019

Sacramento State’s Career Center, in association with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, held the first of five FBI Collegiate Citizens Academy events Tuesday, with more than 100 students in attendance. The events are designed to teach students about what it means to work with the FBI and to guid...

#SacStateSays: ‘What are your thoughts on the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump?’

#SacStateSays: ‘What are your thoughts on the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump?’

Ashton Byers and Brooke Uhlenhop

October 2, 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently opened an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump after a whistleblower complaint said the president withheld foreign aid from Ukraine until they opened an investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.   

CRIME LOG: Sac State crimes over the week of Sept. 23

CRIME LOG: Sac State crimes over the week of Sept. 23

Dominic Vitiello

September 30, 2019

Every week, The State Hornet will compile crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status. During the week of Sept. 23, Sacramento State saw multiple instances of reported vehicle damage, a stolen athletic bag and a driving under the influence arrest,...

Sac State parking by the numbers: More permits issued than spaces

Sac State parking by the numbers: More permits issued than spaces

Tracy Holmes

September 30, 2019

It’s no secret finding parking is difficult for students who drive to Sacramento State — part of the problem might be the university selling more parking permits than it has parking spaces. Every year, Sac State, along with the other CSU campuses, sells more permits than there are spaces due t...

Mayor Pete focuses on inclusion during campaign stop in West Sacramento

Mayor Pete focuses on inclusion during campaign stop in West Sacramento

Cory Jaynes and Patrick Walsh

September 29, 2019

Pete Buttigieg addressed a crowd of thousands about gun control, education, democratic reform and cultural acceptance in West Sacramento Sunday as part of his 2020 Democratic presidential campaign. When the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana took the outdoor stage at Drake’s: The Barn, he ...

Sac State students participate in the 30th annual Paint the Town

Sac State students participate in the 30th annual Paint the Town

Nigel Rayyan and Anthony Shorter

September 29, 2019

Sacramento State students and faculty represented the largest contingent in the 30th annual Paint the Town event Friday and Saturday. Paint the Town is a neighborhood improvement partnership between NeighborWorks Sacramento, a local organization that supports home ownership, and the Sac State Community Engagement C...

NEWS PODCAST: What we learned from the Clery Report

NEWS PODCAST: What we learned from the Clery Report

Will Coburn and Dom Vitiello

September 27, 2019

Podcast editor Will Coburn and crime reporter Dom Vitiello talk about what can be learned from the annual Clery act report. Stories Covered: Clery Report shows 31 instances of sexual assault at Sac State student housing in 2018 Sac State budget shows lack of reserves Sac State’s Women’s Resou...

Conservative club TPUSA hosts Assemblymember Kevin Kiley, talks free speech

Conservative club TPUSA hosts Assemblymember Kevin Kiley, talks free speech

Chris Wong

September 27, 2019

Conservative campus club Turning Point USA, TPUSA, hosted Assemblymember Kevin Kiley, R-Granite Bay, Thursday to discuss issues surrounding free speech on college campuses. Kiley is currently a state Assemblymember representing District 6, which covers Lincoln and the suburbs around Folsom Lake. H...

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