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CSU Board of Trustees approves Sac State Placer Center

CSU Board of Trustees approves Sac State Placer Center

Mercy Sosa

March 24, 2020

In an online video call Tuesday, the California State University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to establish the Sacramento State Placer Center, an off-campus university resources center. The center will be completed in partnership with the CSU; Placer Ranch, Inc.; Placer County; Sac State; and Sierra...

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Sac State coronavirus updates

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Sac State coronavirus updates

Kayla Brown, Allisyn Mayhew, Mack Ervin III, and Kelly Kiernan

March 24, 2020

The State Hornet continues to bring biweekly broadcasts to Sacramento State. Our fourth broadcast includes updates about the coronavirus, cancellation of campus sports, and the consolidation of students in on-campus housing.  RELATED: Sac State closes Union, library, dining services to mitigate coronavirus spread RELATED: Sac State plans to consolidate dorm residents amid COVID-19 outbreak RELATED: ...

Sac State to consolidate dorm residents amid COVID-19 outbreak

Sac State to consolidate dorm residents amid COVID-19 outbreak

Chris Wong, Deputy News Editor

March 23, 2020

Sacramento State will consolidate on-campus housing residents into American River Courtyard and Riverview Hall next week due to the spread of COVID-19, according to a University Housing Services email sent to dorm residents. Residents will begin to receive their new housing assignments into single-occupa...

‘Financially, it’s kind of ugly for me’: How the coronavirus hurts Sac State students’ finances

‘Financially, it’s kind of ugly for me’: How the coronavirus hurts Sac State students’ finances

Garry Singh

March 22, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses throughout the nation to cut hours or close, leaving many out of work, including students at Sacramento State.   On Thursday, the state of California ordered residents to “stay home except for essential needs” to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, t...

INFOGRAPHIC: How to file for unemployment amid the coronavirus outbreak

INFOGRAPHIC: How to file for unemployment amid the coronavirus outbreak

Erick Salgado

March 21, 2020

Since Gov. Gavin Newsom’s mandatory order calling for California residents to stay home, many businesses have closed at least temporarily and many Sacramento State students are out of jobs. With these job losses, students are worried about how they’re going to pay rent and bills.  The State ...

MAP: What’s still open on campus at Sac State?

MAP: What’s still open on campus at Sac State?

Alexis Perales

March 20, 2020

With the transition to online classes at Sacramento State, The State Hornet created a map that allows students to see what popular eateries and services are open, closed or virtual.  Click on open businesses to see their hours of operation, and click on the pins to find any State Hornet coverage o...

Sac State ASI President, VP to keep over $35,000 in scholarships following resignations

Sac State ASI President, VP to keep over $35,000 in scholarships following resignations

Mercy Sosa

March 19, 2020

Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc.’s former president and executive vice president, Christian Miguel Landaverde and Jennifer Gross, will keep the scholarships they were given at the start of the semester following their resignations, said Reuben Greenwald, director of student engagement and outre...

FAQ: How do I know if I have COVID-19? What steps should I take to prevent the spread?

FAQ: How do I know if I have COVID-19? What steps should I take to prevent the spread?

Mercy Sosa

March 18, 2020

With many people releasing information regarding the coronavirus outbreak, it has become difficult for the public to break down the facts.  The State Hornet compiled some explanations for hard-to-answer questions on the COVID-19 pandemic, provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention a...

Sac State considers moving student residents to single hall amid coronavirus outbreak

Sac State considers moving student residents to single hall amid coronavirus outbreak

Magaly Munoz

March 18, 2020

Sacramento State announced in a video update by Vice President of Student Affairs Ed Mills Tuesday that the university is considering the consolidation of students in on-campus housing into one dorm hall amid the coronavirus crisis. Mills has been addressing the student body’s concerns over cam...

Sac State cancels sports through end of academic year amid coronavirus outbreak

Sac State cancels sports through end of academic year amid coronavirus outbreak

Robyn Dobson, Sports Editor

March 18, 2020

The Sacramento State Athletics Department announced Wednesday that all spring sports are canceled for the remainder of the academic year.  The Big Sky Conference and Western Athletic Conference joined the Big West Conference, American Athletic Conference and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation on...

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