The State Hornet

EDITORIAL: New housing near Sac State needs to be inclusive for all students

EDITORIAL: New housing near Sac State needs to be inclusive for all students

The State Hornet Editorial Board

September 19, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Seven new housing projects are set to be built in areas adjacent to Sacramento State’s campus in a time where housing insecurity is commonplace for CSU students. This sounds like good news, but developers need to slash their rent prices for the sake of Sac State students in need. The city of Sacrame...

EDITORIAL: Hey Sac State, wake the hell up

EDITORIAL: Hey Sac State, wake the hell up

The State Hornet Editorial Board

September 5, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

With one week of the semester completed, one thing is apparent that cannot be ignored: Sacramento State is still in summer mode. It is normal for the semester to start out slow as things begin to transition from relaxation during the summer to being back for the fall semester. But this academic year...

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wondering where this week’s print issue is? Here’s your answer.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wondering where this week’s print issue is? Here’s your answer.

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

August 30, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Welcome back to school, Hornets! You may have noticed that we haven’t put out a print issue this week and wondered why. Well, I’ve got an answer for you. First, let me introduce myself — my name is Claire Morgan and I will be serving as the Editor-in-Chief of The State Hornet for the 2018-201...

EDITORIAL: Summer’s over, and fall brings change

EDITORIAL: Summer’s over, and fall brings change

The State Hornet Editorial Board

August 22, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Ah, another year at Sacramento State begins. Welcome, new Hornets, and welcome back, old Hornets. It’s still hot, there’s still construction, and Herky is still thicc. But there are some new, exciting things that happened over summer break that all Sac State students should be excited about,...

EDITORIAL: The Best (And Worst) of Sac State

EDITORIAL: The Best (And Worst) of Sac State

The State Hornet Editorial Board

May 9, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Featured, Opinion

As we celebrate the Best of Sac State and as another class of graduates commemorate their laudable achievements at this year’s commencement, there is less to be celebrated in the year the University itself has had. As students, we want to take pride in our University. So why does this seem so diff...

EDITORIAL: University can’t just do bare minimum for students

EDITORIAL: University can’t just do bare minimum for students

The State Hornet Editorial Board

May 2, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Over and over (and over and over), different branches of Sacramento State’s leadership have done the bare minimum to serve the students who justify the University’s existence. Sometimes, they don’t even do the bare minimum. A state audit of the health and safety practices at Sac State found that the Univer...

EDITORIAL: Now is the time to #SaveStudentNewsrooms

EDITORIAL: Now is the time to #SaveStudentNewsrooms

The State Hornet Editorial Board

April 25, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In an era of decreased local journalism, the proliferation of the term “fake news” to refer to legitimate organizations, and more information shared on the internet than can be consumed, student newsrooms on college campuses are more vital than ever. That is why The State Hornet is lending its ...

EDITORIAL: Sac State shouldn’t break bread with repressive leaders

EDITORIAL: Sac State shouldn’t break bread with repressive leaders

The State Hornet Editorial Board

April 18, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

President Robert Nelsen would probably never invite Donald Trump to Sacramento State to speak at a banquet. But if he did, it would be very hard for campus community leaders to keep silent or shrug it off. Yet when Nelsen approved the April 28 visit of Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo — who leads...

EDITORIAL: Students have a right to know naming protocol

EDITORIAL: Students have a right to know naming protocol

The State Hornet Editorial Board

April 12, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Graduating students have a lot on their plates — passing their final round of classes, managing their allotted tickets between family and friends, planning graduation photos and a celebratory dinner, and buying all the appropriate robes, cords and stoles, to name a few. But one thing is being added to the list thi...

EDITORIAL: 5 ways ASI can start spending our money

EDITORIAL: 5 ways ASI can start spending our money

The State Hornet Editorial Board

April 3, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Featured, Opinion

A multi-million dollar organization on campus that gives students massive discounts on tuition and training in a multitude of skills is being categorically underutilized by the campus. It’s called Associated Students Inc., and it could change this campus if used to its capacity. As is, that is...

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