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Opinion: 7 binge-worthy shows to watch while isolating at home

Opinion: 7 binge-worthy shows to watch while isolating at home

Brooke Uhlenhop

March 19, 2020

With Sacramento State moving classes online and Sacramento health officials issuing a “stay-at-home” directive, a lot of time will be spent at home in the next few weeks.  All major league sports have suspended their seasons and most production companies have halted filming of all shows current...

OPINION: An unlikely binge list starring people of color

OPINION: An unlikely binge list starring people of color

Shiavon Chatman, Opinion Editor

March 18, 2020

No bae? Looking for a cute, little quaran-ting but social distancing is the move right now? Do you have all the snacks but you’re trying not to binge “Sex and the City” for the umpteenth time? Have you been reading all these lists of what shows and movies to watch, but none of the characters look...

OPINION: Fear of coronavirus has plagued us all, inducing panic buying

OPINION: Fear of coronavirus has plagued us all, inducing panic buying

Ashton Byers

March 18, 2020

The announcement of a national emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak made by President Donald Trump, left many, including myself, frantically scouring the stores for items needed in the event of a mandated quarantine.  COVID-19, the disease responsible for the coronavirus outbreak, pandemic evo...

SHIAVON’S JAWN: ‘Ready to Die’ or ‘Life After Death?’

SHIAVON’S JAWN: ‘Ready to Die’ or ‘Life After Death?’

Shiavon Chatman, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2020

A jawn. Pronounced jôn. Noun. A person, place, thing, or event that doesn’t need a specific name. An indescribable, but memorable entity. I’m Shiavon and this is Shiavon’s Jawn. (If these two words don’t rhyme, then you’re saying my name wrong.) I kept calling turning 24 my “Kobe yea...

OPINION: Films to watch while stuck at home

OPINION: Films to watch while stuck at home

Bradley Hinkson

March 14, 2020

So, it looks like most of us are going to be stuck home for awhile.  Sacramento State has decided to move all classes online for the rest of the semester in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. So for many of us, this will mean more time stuck at home with nothing much to do.  W...

11 of the best Sac State tweets about the coronavirus chaos

11 of the best Sac State tweets about the coronavirus chaos

Brooke Uhlenhop

March 13, 2020

After Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen announced Thursday that Sacramento State will move classes online for the rest of the semester amid coronavirus fears, students took to Twitter to get their frustrations out and react to the news.  One tweet blew up, gaining over 10,000 likes and 100,000 views ...

KYLIEBYTES: Are your smartphones spreading the coronavirus?

KYLIEBYTES: Are your smartphones spreading the coronavirus?

Kylie Robison

March 12, 2020

I’m Kylie Robison and this is KYLIEBYTES, a column where I talk about technology and its impact on society. Follow me on Twitter @kylie_robison for more. The coronavirus panic seems to be more infectious than the disease itself. With school closures, shifts to online instruction, and a lot of empt...

EDITORIAL: Sac State students are asking for transparency and safety, not a vacation

EDITORIAL: Sac State students are asking for transparency and safety, not a vacation

The State Hornet Editorial Board

March 11, 2020

On Tuesday evening, Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen’s liked the following since-deleted tweet from Sacramento Bee reporter Joe Davidson. Story continues below tweets. gif form as well 🥴 pic.twitter.com/f9KRHQSqqR — man (@HerroWhale) March 11, 2020 Dear Sac State ad...

REVIEW: ‘The Invisible Man’ finds terror out of what you don’t see

REVIEW: ‘The Invisible Man’ finds terror out of what you don’t see

Bradley Hinkson

March 9, 2020

In the last decade, Universal had three attempts to revamp their classic monsters in 2010’s “The Wolfman,” 2014’s “Dracula Untold,” and 2017’s “The Mummy” and each one failed. But at the start of this new decade, they may have finally found their success. “The Invisible Man” ...

OPINION: FAFSA, stop using my parents’ income to determine my access to aid

OPINION: FAFSA, stop using my parents’ income to determine my access to aid

Robbie Pierce

March 4, 2020

I’m poor. My family back home is middle class at best. So why is FAFSA acting like I’m some silver spooner? My parents both work. It’s never been a habit for them to share the specifics of their income with me or vice versa, but based on what I gather from FAFSA, they make quite a bit on paper....

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