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CRIME MAP: Man arrested after using a sink in Sequoia Hall to bathe himself

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

Chris Wong, news editor

September 10, 2020

A man bathed in a Sequoia Hall sink, a stolen backpack was recovered, a woman was cited for resisting arrest, and a citation was issued for marijuana possession.

Sac State ASI loses $1.7 million in revenue due to COVID-19

Sacramento State Associated Students Inc. held a board meeting Wednesday Sept. 9, 2020 to discuss several topics include a $1.7 million revenue decline. The board also discussed education on 'activism, anti-racism and white fragility.'

Camryn Dadey

September 9, 2020

Sacramento State’s Associated Students, Inc. discussed the financial impact of COVID-19 on students, as well as the loss of $1.7 million in program service fees in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.

PHOTOS: Demonstrations against racial injustice advance through greater Sacramento area

Dionne Smith-Downs, right, of Stockton sits and raises her arms during a Defund the Lodi PD rally in Lodi, California, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020. Her 16-year-old son James Rivera was shot and killed by a Stockton PD officer.

Sara Nevis and Ian Ratliff

September 8, 2020

Over the weekend, the greater Sacramento area experienced an array of activism, including demonstrations from supporters of Black Lives Matter Sacramento and counter-protesters.

Sac State launches support center for first-generation students

The new Center for First-Generation Student Initiatives hosted a virtual launch on Tuesday Sept. 8, 2020 to welcome students who identify as first-generation. The center will provide support and services to these students including workshops on money management, time management, mental health and doing taxes.

Samaha Samy and Gavin Rock

September 8, 2020

Sac State held a virtual opening for its new Center for First-Generation Student Initiatives. Sac State President Robert Nelsen said he too was a first-generation college student.

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Voice of Youth founder Berry Accius discusses activism, police defunding

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Voice of Youth founder Berry Accius discusses activism, police defunding

Sara Nevis and Robbie Pierce

September 8, 2020

On the first episode of our new State Hornet: Spotlight audio profile series, multimedia reporter Sara Nevis talks with local father, activist and chef Berry Accius to discuss his personal history and views on activism, what more he feels needs to be done following the shooting death of Zarrie Allen,...

8 Sac State faculty accounts compromised in phishing attack

Graphic by Rahul Lal.

Kylie Robison

September 4, 2020

Scammers claimed to offer $250 per week to print a Rugby League World Cup ad on unsuspecting Hornets’ motorcycles, among other vehicles.

President Nelsen talks Sac State anti-racism plan, budget cuts at virtual fall address

Sac State President Robert S. Nelsen addresses the audience on the efforts on the university's behalf on handling COVID-19 at the University Union on Wednesday, March 4. On Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, Nelsen gave a livestreamed fall address where he spoke about an anti-racism plan for campus and budget concerns.

Mercy Sosa, news editor

September 3, 2020

Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen spoke on Thursday at his livestreamed fall address, speaking on the campus’ anti-racism plan and budget.

PODCAST: How coronavirus will affect the campus this fall

PODCAST: How coronavirus will affect the campus this fall

Madeleine Beck, Max Connor, and Robbie Pierce

September 3, 2020

Welcome back! On this State Hornet podcast special, editors Robbie Pierce, Maddie Beck and Max Connor take you through key events over the summer and developments from the past week related to the state of the campus during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. RELATED: CSU Chancellor addresses pandemic p...

CRIME MAP: 33 crimes committed at Sac State over summer

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

Chris Wong, news editor

September 2, 2020

Among crimes reported this summer, 11 involved stolen items, seven were vandalisms, three were sexual assaults from an unknown time and two involved possession of weapons on campus. See where they occurred here.

BROADCAST: Summer news you may have missed

BROADCAST: Summer news you may have missed

Allisyn Mayhew, Mack Ervin III, Max Connor, and Madeleine Beck

August 31, 2020

The first episode of the State Hornet News broadcast for the fall 2020 semester covers stories from the summer, including Sacramento State students struggling to get out of leases at off-campus apartment complexes, former quarterback Kevin Thomson transferring to the University of Washington, California...

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