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Softball team splits doubleheader against Stanford

Softball team splits doubleheader against Stanford

Alex Daniels

February 23, 2018


Filed under Featured, Softball, Sports

The Sacramento State softball team split its doubleheader against Stanford with the Hornets winning the first game but failing in the second. Game one of the doubleheader was scoreless for most of the contest until an RBI single in the fifth inning by Sac State (4-7) sophomore Suzy Brookshire. This...

5 fashion trends to brighten your spring wardrobe

5 fashion trends to brighten your spring wardrobe

Alexis Roberts and Tessa DeVere

February 22, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured

Spring will be here next month and many of us are still confused about whether it is smart to bring a jacket, wear shorts or break out the summer outfits. There are many different styles to choose from when deciding what to wear to campus, so we decided to highlight some of the popular trends our fell...

EDITORIAL: Unwise recording policy shows Sac State’s cards

EDITORIAL: Unwise recording policy shows Sac State’s cards

The State Hornet Editorial Board

February 22, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Featured, Opinion

It appears that before writing, codifying and ratifying an entire set of regulatory rules on recording any kind of audio or video on the Sacramento State campus, the school’s University Advancement office failed to do the most basic assignment given to any student — the homework.     RELATED:...

University Dance Company to showcase faculty and guest choreography

University Dance Company to showcase faculty and guest choreography

Will Coburn

February 21, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Showcase

The University Dance Company Dance Sites Spring 2018 performance series — featuring the largest cast for any performance this year — will be held in celebration of the community at Sacramento State. The event is a collection of guest and faculty choreographed dances and will include a variet...

Sac State media policy to be revised following concerns it is unconstitutional

Sac State media policy to be revised following concerns it is unconstitutional

Claire Morgan, Managing editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, News

Sacramento State is revising its newly announced visual and sound productions policy after concerns were raised that the policy — which would have placed restrictions on campus media production — is unconstitutional. As it’s currently written, the policy, which was announced on Feb. 8 via SacSe...

Dual-sport speedster outruns his competition on track, football field

Dual-sport speedster outruns his competition on track, football field

Angel Guerrero, Sports editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Featured, Football, Sports, Track And Field

Over a decade ago, Andre Lindsey stood and watched as the football he was supposed to be grabbing bounced on the ground — but now he’s picking up recognition as one of Sacramento State’s most impressive athletes. Lindsey, who led the Football Bowl Subdivision with 30.24 yards per catch in th...

Student rap artist Consci8us aims to promote change

Student rap artist Consci8us aims to promote change

Dominique Walker

February 20, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Music

Consci8us, otherwise known as DeWayne Ewing Jr., is a Sacramento State student and rapper who said his Oakland upbringing led him to become a self-described “conscious rapper.” Consci8us aims to spread positive messages through his music, but also touches on themes such as God, violence and d...

Hornets split 4-game baseball series against Washington

Hornets split 4-game baseball series against Washington

Alex Daniels

February 19, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Featured, Sports

The Sacramento State baseball team split a four-game series against the University of Washington from Friday to Monday to open the 2018 season at John Smith Field. The series split against the Huskies snaps a streak of three consecutive years in which the Hornets have defeated a team from a Power-5 Confere...

Track and field teams set to begin Big Sky Indoor Championships

Track and field teams set to begin Big Sky Indoor Championships

Eric Jaramishian

February 19, 2018


Filed under Featured, Sports, Track And Field

The Sacramento State track and field teams are wrapping up their indoor regular season as the program prepares for the Big Sky Indoor Championships from Thursday to Saturday in Flagstaff, Arizona. Despite setbacks due to injuries and sickness, Sac State has enjoyed accomplishments from both individu...

OPINION: Awful Snapchat update destroys app

OPINION: Awful Snapchat update destroys app

Robby Sanchez

February 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion

My social media world was rocked when Snapchat decided to update its entire app layout, immediately receiving heavy backlash from most users — myself included. The update is terribly structured and the exact opposite of user-friendly. Many of the functions from the “old Snapchat” were replaced with h...

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