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SPICY TAKES: Pubes in a modern age

SPICY TAKES: Pubes in a modern age

Sierra Savage

March 28, 2019


Filed under Instagram, Opinion, Spicy Takes

Reader be advised: Sierra’s Spicy Takes is, as the kids might say, NSFW. Read at your own discretion. Everyone past the age of puberty has struggled with it at some point in time. Today we’re recognizing that struggle by talking about pubic hair. Does it matter? Do the people you’re screwing ...

EDITORIAL: Women need better representation in Sac State athletics

EDITORIAL: Women need better representation in Sac State athletics

The State Hornet Editorial Board

March 27, 2019


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

While women are nearly equally represented with men across administration, faculty and staff according to the 2018 Sacramento State Campus Climate Survey, the same cannot be said for women’s athletics. Sac State has 19 athletic teams on campus, 11 of which are women’s teams. Of those 11, only two are ...

SPICY TAKES: Maybe you should moan because you like it

SPICY TAKES: Maybe you should moan because you like it

Sierra Savage, Distribution manager

March 16, 2019


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Spicy Takes

Reader be advised: Sierra’s Spicy Takes is, as the kids might say, NSFW. Read at your own discretion. This past week you may have noticed the absence of Spicy Takes. I was devastated too. I don’t really feel the need to explain myself, but regardless I’d like to talk about why because I know I...

OPINION: Stephon Clark’s killers weren’t charged. What happens next?

OPINION: Stephon Clark’s killers weren’t charged. What happens next?

Deondre Pasquini

March 15, 2019


Filed under Featured, Opinion

It’s been nearly a year since the murder of 22-year-old Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was gunned down by two Sacramento Police Department officers in his grandmother’s backyard. Since his death on March 18, 2018, the two officers who fatally shot Clark — Terrence Mercadal and Jare...

REVIEW: ‘Captain Marvel’ is the strongest Avenger, not the strongest movie

REVIEW: ‘Captain Marvel’ is the strongest Avenger, not the strongest movie

Estefany Nunez

March 9, 2019


Filed under Culture, Opinion

This review contains spoilers. Eleven years into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and we get the introduction of an iconic Marvel character who can fly, fight aliens and has incredible superpowers. Carol Danvers had so much potential for a great origin story, but the MCU failed to stick the landing. ...

TESTIMONIAL: I was arrested while reporting on a peaceful protest

TESTIMONIAL: I was arrested while reporting on a peaceful protest

Will Coburn, News editor

March 5, 2019


Filed under Featured, Opinion

The evening started off seemingly benign enough, with our news team originally sent out to cover protests at the Golden 1 Center. Later, crowds started gathering at the Trader Joe’s on Folsom Boulevard. I grabbed a camera and hailed a Lyft, telling my news team I’d meet them there. “See, I ...

EDITOR’S NOTE: Arresting journalists is a breach of First Amendment

EDITOR’S NOTE: Arresting journalists is a breach of First Amendment

March 5, 2019


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

A State Hornet editor was arrested while covering a protest in East Sacramento Monday night, organized in response to the decision not to criminally charge the two officers responsible for shooting and killing unarmed 22-year-old Stephon Clark. Co-news editor Will Coburn was doing his job when he ...

REVIEW: Jonas Brothers band back in business with new single ‘Sucker’

REVIEW: Jonas Brothers band back in business with new single ‘Sucker’

Eric Jaramishian

March 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Music, Opinion

On Thursday morning, I woke up not to the mundane sound of my phone alarm, but to buzzing from notifications — the internet was going insane over the release of new Jonas Brothers single “Sucker.” I have to admit, I was not the biggest Jonas Brothers fan growing up, and was a little skepti...

‘A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer’ seeks to represent marginalized voices

‘A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer’ seeks to represent marginalized voices

Jordan Silva-Benham

February 27, 2019


Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

Sacramento State held its inaugural presentation of “A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer” (MMRP) on Tuesday evening in the University Union Ballroom. The production is a collection of monologues by prominent female authors and Sac State students that describe their experiences dealin...

SPICY TAKES: Butt play doesn’t make you gay

SPICY TAKES: Butt play doesn’t make you gay

Sierra Savage, Distribution manager

February 20, 2019


Filed under Instagram, Opinion, Spicy Takes

Reader be advised: Sierra’s Spicy Takes is, as the kids might say, NSFW. Read at your own discretion. My good friend David has been watching a weird Hulu show called Letterkenny. Last night he got me hooked. There was a cold open that I felt especially encapsulates this exact question. ...

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