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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The State Hornet’s copy editor Alex Muegge said Larry Elder’s decision to make the “L” in his surname the shape of the state of California for his campaign logo is an insult to Californians everywhere. Larry Elder by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.
OPINION: Republican recall campaigns are a circus
A journalism major analyzes the arguments of California recall candidates
Alex Muegge, Copy Editor • September 12, 2021
The top four recall candidates leading the polls have gone to some extreme measures to explain why they should be the next governor of California. Read here to learn the fallacies in their arguments.
The State Hornet Editorial Board urges Sac State students to vote no on the California gubernatorial recall election that could see Gavin Newsom ousted from office should it succeed. The election will take place Tuesday, Sept. 14.
EDITORIAL: Sac State students, you must vote no on the California recall election
Letting the state of CA fall into a void of chaos is not an option
State Hornet Editorial Board September 8, 2021
“In a time as vulnerable as the last 18 months have been, we need to remain as united as possible or run the risk of completely halting the progress we’ve made thus far,” The State Hornet Editorial Board writes, urging Sac State students to vote no in California’s recall election on Sept. 14.
Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in Marvel Studios’ “Loki,” exclusively on Disney+. Loki is the first character to be gender fluid in the MCU, meaning their gender identity falls outside the binary construct. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All rights reserved.
OPINION: It’s time for the Marvel universe to follow through on LGBTQ+ representation
Phase four promises diversity, but will it deliver?
Alex Muegge June 28, 2021
Marvel fan and The State Hornet’s copy editor, Alex Muegge, calls out Marvel Studios for their lack of LGBTQ+ representation.
Illustration concept by Khalil Bourgoub.
Khalil’s Virtual Venue: 6 Chill Songs to Relax and Study for Finals To
Khalil Bourgoub May 18, 2021
Music beat writer Khalil Bourgoub shares a small collection of songs that help him study for his big tests and papers.
Graphic made with Canva.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Introducing The State Hornet’s new Editor-in-Chief
Jordan Parker, copy editor • May 18, 2021
Incoming Editor-in-Chief Jordan Parker talks about his goals for The State Hornet for the next school year.
Anthony Mackie plays Falcon/Sam Wilson in Marvel Studios “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” on Disney+. Our copy editors debate over whether previously minor characters taking up major mantles is the direction the franchise should go. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. © Marvel Studios 2020. All Rights Reserved.
Does ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ ending mean an MCU ‘reboot’?
Two copy editors duke it out in a ‘Civil War’
Jordan Parker and Alex Muegge May 13, 2021
Copy editors Jordan Parker and Alex Muegge can do this all day. Read here as they tirelessly debate over whether or not the MCU is being rebooted.
Illustration concept by Khalil Bourgoub
6 Songs To Quit Your Job To: Khalil's Virtual Venue
A playlist for graduating seniors and underappreciated workers
Khalil Bourgoub May 12, 2021
Music beat writer Khalil Bourgoub made a playlist for fellow graduating students and service workers ready to leave their jobs for new opportunities. Read about his picks here:
Illustration concept by Khalil Bourgoub
Khalil’s Virtual Venue: Alternative Rock Subgenres
Diving deeper into some of the lesser known genres of rock
Khalil Bourgoub May 9, 2021
Exploring some of the weirder subgenres of rock with music beat writer Khalil Bourgoub.
The titular Mitchell family from The Mitchells vs. The Machines. From left to right, Linda, voiced by Maya Rudolph, Katie, voiced by Abbi Jacobson, Aaron, voiced by Michael Rianda, Monchi, voiced by Doug the Pug, and Rick, voiced by Danny McBride. Photo courtesy of Netflix.
REVIEW: “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” is fittingly eccentric and heartfelt
The new animated film finds the right balance of being offbeat and emotional
Bradley Hinkson May 5, 2021
‘The Mitchells vs. The Machines’ is a new animated film about the offbeat Mitchells family being humanity’s last hope of saving the world from a robot apocalypse, and opinion writer Bradley Hinkson discusses how the film is a delight for its animation and heart.
Level Up with Shelby: EA’s botched vow against racism
Level Up with Shelby: EA’s botched vow against racism
Shelby Tolly May 5, 2021
“Level Up with Shelby” comes with another hot take segment, but on EA’s “vow” to stop racism in their gaming community with FIFA 21.
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