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The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Debating our cultures’ superstitions and beliefs: SIN FILTRO

Magaly Muñoz, Mercy Sosa, Erick Salgado, and James Fife November 29, 2021

On the very first videocast of Sin Filtro, The State Hornet’s first Latin-based podcast, features managing editor Magaly Muñoz, digital editor Mercy Sosa and Spanish editor Erick Salgado. They discuss...

The cover art for Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s “An Evening with Silk Sonic.” Photo courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation and Aftermath Entertainment.

REVIEW: ‘An Evening with Silk Sonic’ is nostalgia gone right

Nijzel Dotson and Keyshawn Davis November 17, 2021
Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars recently released their first album as the newly formed group Silk Sonic. Read The State Hornet’s review here:
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OPINION: Top 5 underappreciated movie sequels

The first one is probably still better, but this list of underappreciated movie sequels from The State Hornet’s A&E section is still worth checking out:
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion editor Emma Hall writes about her experience being a Native student at Sacramento State. One of 73 Native students in total, Hall says Native students often experience isolation. (Photo courtesy of Hall).

TESTIMONIAL: Sac State needs to recognize the visibility of Native students on campus

Emma Hall, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Editor November 1, 2021
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion editor editor Emma Hall shares her experiences on how being Native American impacted her career as a journalist and a student.

STATE HORNET BUZZED: Halloween Special

On this episode of Buzzed:    News editor Camryn Dadey, Newsletter editor Isabelle Juarez, DEI editor Emma Hall, and A&E staffer Zach Cimaglio discuss, debate and rank popular Halloween...


On this episode of Buzzed: Editor-in-Chief Jordan Parker, managing editor Magaly Muñoz, digital editor Mercy Sosa, audience engagement editor Kaylin Flatland and news editor Camryn Dadey discuss and debate...

Right photo: Managing editor Magaly Muñoz and her mom after her pre-K graduation. Left photo: Muñoz and her dad at an award ceremony from her elementary school. In her latest testimony, Magaly talks about her experience with being embarrassed by her Hispanic heritage at a young age.

TESTIMONIAL: I had to learn to love my Hispanic heritage

Magaly Muñoz, managing editor October 4, 2021
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, managing editor Magaly Muñoz talks about learning to love being Hispanic after years of growing up in an environment that looked nothing like her everyday life.
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

Mercy Sosa September 30, 2021
Located in Sacramento State with approximately 11,004 Hispanic and Latino students, The State Hornet has compiled previous coverage on this page relating to the Hispanic and Latino community in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
From left to right: Daniella Pineda, John Cho and Mustafa Shakir, the main cast of 2021’s “Cowboy Bebop,” on set in full costume show off the distinct looks and personalities of each character. Comparisons to the original designs are inevitable, according to State Hornet staff writer Zachary Cimaglio. (Image credit: Netflix)

OPINION: Let’s give Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop” a chance, okay?

Zachary Cimaglio September 28, 2021
With “Death Note” and “Fullmetal Alchemist” failing to please anime fans, can Netflix finally come out on top with “Cowboy Bebop”? John Cho shows promise in the series’ lead role, according to staff writer Zachary Cimaglio.
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

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.
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