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OPINION: Beyonce and Jay-Z stop the world with “Everything Is Love”

OPINION: Beyonce and Jay-Z stop the world with “Everything Is Love”

Adria Watson, News editor

June 18, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Opinion

Beyonce continues to leave our lives in shambles; since the surprise release of her self-titled visual album in 2013, she has refused to slow down to let devout fans process everything and catch our breath. She and Jay-Z have made the element of surprise their No. 1 power move, keeping them a step ahead of ev...

VOTE: Best and worst of campus technology

VOTE: Best and worst of campus technology

State Hornet Digital Academy

June 13, 2018


Filed under Digital Academy, Featured

Hey Hornets! We're writing a story about tech on campus and want to hear from you. Help the State Hornet ease your tech woes by taking our poll. Share with your friends and make your voices heard! Loading......

Black Women’s March calls for unity

Black Women’s March calls for unity

Thomas Frey, Sports editor

June 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Black Women United led a group of almost all black women from Crocker Park to the west steps of the State Capitol Saturday June 9 in support of black women. The theme of the march “Can I Live?” aimed to shed the light away from the stereotype that black women are “magical superwomen who don...

Missing persons conference aims to bring family closure

Missing persons conference aims to bring family closure

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

The “Missing in California” conference held at Sacramento State Saturday aimed to give family members and friends of missing people closure, according to spokesman for the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department Shaun Hampton. Attendees of the event checked in at a reception area and were then escorted by ...

OPINION: Kevin Durant’s selfishness has ruined the NBA

OPINION: Kevin Durant’s selfishness has ruined the NBA

Shaun Holkko, Social Media editor

June 9, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Sports

It was obvious on July 4, 2016 just how negative of an impact Kevin Durant made on the competitive balance of the NBA. Durant chose to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder after nine seasons with the franchise to form a superteam in the Bay Area with aspirations of winning multiple championships. Du...

OPINION: An update after your two-week nap: the Cavs actually won!

OPINION: An update after your two-week nap: the Cavs actually won!

Alex Daniels, Opinion editor

June 7, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Sports

Did you just wake up from a roughly two-week nap from under a rock? You missed a lot. It’s June 17, 2018, and the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Championship after coming back from being down 3-0 and defeating the Golden State Warriors in Game 7. Yeah, we all thought the series was over after ...

Three Sacramento State baseball players selected in MLB Draft

Three Sacramento State baseball players selected in MLB Draft

Alex Daniels, Opinion editor

June 6, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Featured, Sports

Three Sacramento State baseball players were selected in the MLB Draft that lasted Monday-Wednesday. Junior outfielder James Outman was selected with the last pick in the seventh round and 224th overall by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Outman hit .253 with 11 home runs and 40 RBIs this season. Outman has ...

Parking Structure V to open Thursday

Parking Structure V to open Thursday

Thomas Frey, News editor

May 16, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Parking Structure V will open Thursday after it was originally set to open at the beginning of the fall 2018 semester. An email sent out to all students by the Office of the Vice President of Administration stated that the structure passed the Office of the State Fire Marshall inspection and will be op...

Parking tracker created by students needs OK from UTAPS

Parking tracker created by students needs OK from UTAPS

Thomas Frey, News editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Parking Lots 9 and 10 could utilize a parking tracker, created by five mechanical engineering students, in the upcoming fall semester at Sacramento State. The group has worked on this project since September and has developed a code that will tell students through the Sac State parking app how man...

Alumnus cuts hair for Sac State athletes

Alumnus cuts hair for Sac State athletes

Shaun Holkko

May 15, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured, Sports

When Geoffrey Ndirangu graduated in 2013, he was undecided on his career path — now he is quickly becoming the preferred barber of many Sacramento State student athletes. Ndirangu graduated from Sac State in winter of 2013 with a degree in organizational communications and said he had no idea what...

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