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Sac State men’s basketball falls to UC Davis 64-47

Sac State men’s basketball falls to UC Davis 64-47

Angel Guerrero

November 22, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Featured, Sports

After a 64-47 loss to UC Davis, the Sacramento State men’s basketball team has taken silver against the Aggies for the second straight season at the Golden 1 Center. The Hornets (1-3) — which only shot 32 percent (16-of-50) from the field — began their 116th meeting against UC Davis (3-1) wi...

REVIEW: ‘Lady Bird’ tells a sincere, relatable coming-of-age tale

REVIEW: ‘Lady Bird’ tells a sincere, relatable coming-of-age tale

Sierra Savage

November 20, 2017


Filed under Culture, Featured

Sacramento native Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut of “Lady Bird” is perhaps the greatest coming-of-age story this year. Rather than build on the teen-angst stereotype, the film deals with every trope of the genre in a more subtle and mature way. The titular character, Christine "Lady Bir...

Hornets fall to North Dakota volleyball in Big Sky championship match

Hornets fall to North Dakota volleyball in Big Sky championship match

Thomas Frey

November 19, 2017


Filed under Featured, Sports, Volleyball

In a matchup of the Big Sky Conference’s top-two teams in the volleyball tournament championship, North Dakota defeated Sacramento State in five sets Saturday night at Colberg Court. The Hornets (26-7, 15-1 Big Sky), which entered the tournament as the No. 1 seed, held a two-sets-to-one lead before...

Hornets hang on to hoist Causeway Cup over UC Davis

Hornets hang on to hoist Causeway Cup over UC Davis

Angel Guerrero

November 18, 2017


Filed under Featured, Football, Sports

After falling to rival UC Davis for the past two years, the Sacramento State football team ended its regular season with the Causeway Cup in hand and a 52-47 victory over the Aggies Saturday at Hornet Stadium. Sac State — which now has the most league wins in its 21-year history in the Big Sky Con...

Sac State men’s basketball neutralizes NDNU 74-53 in home opener

Sac State men’s basketball neutralizes NDNU 74-53 in home opener

Angel Guerrero

November 15, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Featured, Sports

Coming off a loss to begin its season, the Sacramento State men’s basketball team defeated winless Notre Dame de Namur University 74-53 in its home opener Tuesday at the Nest. However, the Hornets (1-1) began the night trailing against Division II opponent NDNU (0-3) after the Argonauts took a 14-...

EDITORIAL: Thanksgiving is the time to talk

EDITORIAL: Thanksgiving is the time to talk

State Hornet

November 15, 2017


Filed under Featured, Opinion / Editorials, The Food Issue

(Go to StateHornet.com/TheFoodIssue for more food-related stories) There are lots of things to look forward to during the winter holidays. If you’re a Sacramento State student, maybe chief among them is Thanksgiving break; a chance to leave campus, forget homework for a few days and come back re...

Incoming students will have to take one more upper-division B5 class

Incoming students will have to take one more upper-division B5 class

Gabriel Ionica

November 15, 2017


Filed under Featured, News

Next fall’s incoming freshmen will be greeted by a new B5 general education requirement as per a CSU-wide executive order from the CSU headquarters in Long Beach. The new requirement will require students to take one more upper-division class in the B5 area, which is a subdivision of the Physical Universe ...

Food and football: the hunger to win at Sac State

Food and football: the hunger to win at Sac State

Dayla Cook

November 14, 2017


Filed under Featured, Football, Sports, The Food Issue

(Go to StateHornet.com/TheFoodIssue for more food-related stories) Imagine being 6-foot-5, weighing 220 pounds and still considered undersized — that was life for Sacramento State senior Jonathan Bade when he was asked to make the switch from tight end to offensive line. Bade, who now weighs 2...

Campus meal plans leave students with money to burn

Campus meal plans leave students with money to burn

Claire Morgan

November 14, 2017


Filed under Featured, News, The Food Issue

(Go to StateHornet.com/TheFoodIssue for more food-related stories) Sacramento State students who purchase dining plans are faced with only two options at the end of the semester if they have leftover meal points: spend them all in one place, or lose their money. Students who live in residential ha...

Sac State student allegedly seen drinking and driving in viral video

Sac State student allegedly seen drinking and driving in viral video

Kameron Schmid

November 14, 2017


Filed under Featured, News

A viral video shared on Twitter and Facebook appears to show a Sacramento State student drinking alcohol behind the wheel of a moving car in the Bay Area. According to the user who posted the video, and seemingly confirmed by many of the replies, the driver is Hayley Hagen. The video appears to s...

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