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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.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sac State has listened to students in fall 2021 instruction decisions

Noah Marty April 12, 2021
Sacramento State Associated Students, Inc., President Noah Marty responds to The State Hornet’s editorial about a lack of student feedback for Sac State’s fall 2021 instruction.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote yes on Prop 13 and make Sac State safer

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote yes on Prop 13 and make Sac State safer

Noah Marty February 25, 2020

This is a letter to the editor from Noah Marty, a Sacramento State political science major and vice president of university affairs for Sac State's Associated Students, Inc. This letter is written in support...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sac State’s removal of Cal Fit should have come sooner

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sac State’s removal of Cal Fit should have come sooner

Chris Patterson December 9, 2019

This is a letter to the editor from Chris Patterson, an adjunct faculty member with the Sacramento State Communication Studies Department. This letter is in response to a recent story from The State Hornet...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: You can be racist to white people

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: You can be racist to white people

Floyd Johnson II September 24, 2019

This is a letter to the editor from Floyd Johnson II, a Sacramento State political science major and president emeritus of the Sac State College Republicans. This letter is in response to the latest installment...

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Letter to the editor: Sac State must support the high-speed rail projects

David Sievers November 30, 2018

#Iwillride I was recently given the opportunity to attend #Iwillride Day, which was held at the California High-Speed Rail Authority’s Fresno office in October. The purpose of this day was to inform...

Sacramento State has released the results from its comprehensive test of its drinking water sources for lead contamination.
 43 sources, around five percent, were found to be above the EPA action level of 15 parts per billion.

Letter to the editor: Recent editorial ‘disservice’ to students

Gary Rosenblum November 9, 2018

To the Editor: Your recent editorial (“When will Sac State stop doing the bare minimum in protecting students?” on Oct. 10, 2018) does a disservice to the students of our university by perpetuating...

Student Health and Counseling Services at The WELL offers many services to students. If SB 24 is passed, all health centers at CSU and UC campuses would be required to offer medical abortions.

Letter to the editor: Sac State needs to provide access to medical abortions

Sean South October 30, 2018

President Nelsen: Sacramento State has the opportunity to show leadership in the area of women's rights. Senate Bill 320 would have mandated that our Student Health Center would provide access to medical...

Letter to the Editor: JUMP bikes have the potential to be even better

Letter to the Editor: JUMP bikes have the potential to be even better

The State Hornet October 12, 2018

I live on the downtown grid and like to walk, bike or take transit instead of driving. I avoid driving my car because parking is a nightmare, gas is expensive, carbon emissions are destroying the planet...

Letter to the Editor: Students should be notified of crimes committed

Letter to the Editor: Students should be notified of crimes committed

State Hornet October 8, 2018

Hello, I was reading a page on The State Hornet where it discusses campus crime transparency. I just wanted to say that I do agree that students should be notified of crimes committed not just on campus,...

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