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Summer classes at Sac State can cost more than $1,000 — here’s why

Summer classes at Sac State can cost more than $1,000 — here’s why

State Hornet Digital Academy

August 20, 2018


Filed under Digital Academy, Featured, News

Sacramento State offers a number of courses during the summer from a variety of programs and subjects, but enrolling in one of those courses can cost a student over $1,000. The current price for a summer class at Sac State is $285 per unit. An additional $337 is added as a sum of fees for differ...

Phishing email compromises 350 accounts, Sac State says

Phishing email compromises 350 accounts, Sac State says

Thomas Frey, Sports Editor

August 20, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Featured, News

In an email sent to all students and faculty on Monday, the Office of Information Resources and Technology reported that “there were approximately 350+ compromised accounts” after a phishing email attack. Mark Hendricks, a Sac State information security officer, said the department was inform...

Man drives stolen CHP car to Sac State, police say

Man drives stolen CHP car to Sac State, police say

Claire Morgan, Adria Watson

August 17, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Featured, News, Police And Fire

A man drove a stolen California Highway Patrol car onto Sacramento State’s campus  Friday at 12:30 p.m., according to the Sacramento State Police Department. Police say they apprehended the suspect, and that there is currently “no danger to the campus community.” The incident started when ...

Capital Report: McCain Defense Authorization Act signed and Obama endorses in California

Capital Report: McCain Defense Authorization Act signed and Obama endorses in California

Cory Jaynes, News editor

August 15, 2018


Filed under Capital Report, Featured, News

Need help keeping up with politics? Check out our new series, Capital Report, every Wednesday.

Who’s your favorite Outside Lands performer? Two State Hornet editors battle it out for their top pick.

Who’s your favorite Outside Lands performer? Two State Hornet editors battle it out for their top pick.

Claire Morgan, Robby Sanchez

August 10, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured

Outside Lands, an annual music festival held at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, is set to begin Friday. Headliners include The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine and Janet Jackson, and there are over 50 musicians, comedians and politicians slated to perform for the duration of the three-day festival. Outside...

Wide Open Walls art festival to feature signature mural at Sac State

Wide Open Walls art festival to feature signature mural at Sac State

Robby Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment Editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under Culture, Featured

The Wide Open Walls Festival, a festival that promotes public art, is set to return to Sacramento on Aug. 9 and is kicking things off at Sacramento State. The festival runs from Aug. 9 to Aug. 19 and aims to “promote diversity through artistic expression,” according to their website. The progra...

Seeing smoke? You’re not alone.

Seeing smoke? You’re not alone.

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

August 8, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Smoke from California wildfires has caused air quality in the Sacramento Valley — including at Sacramento State — to decrease significantly. The list of large scale fires burning for more than a week is much longer than normal: the Carr Fire in Redding is 173,522 acres (271 square miles), the Comp...

Washington, Iowa, Denver highlight Sac State 2019 gymnastics schedule

Washington, Iowa, Denver highlight Sac State 2019 gymnastics schedule

Thomas Frey, Sports editor

July 12, 2018


Filed under Featured, Gymnastics, Sports

Six gymnastics teams coming off postseason appearances in April will compete against Sacramento State in the upcoming 2018-2019 season, according to head coach Randy Solorio. The Hornets will open against two of the ranked teams — Stanford and Cal — to open the season in the NorCal Classic Jan....

Here’s what Sac State political leaders have to say about Justice Kennedy retirement

Here’s what Sac State political leaders have to say about Justice Kennedy retirement

Cory Jaynes, News editor

June 28, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, 81, announced his retirement on Wednesday. Kennedy has been a critical swing vote on the nation’s highest court joining with the court’s liberal judges in rulings on Obergefell v. Hodges, which ruled that marriage was a fundamental right for same-sex couples...

CSU will not raise tuition after receiving extra state budget funding

CSU will not raise tuition after receiving extra state budget funding

Caleb Danielson

June 28, 2018


Filed under Featured, News

California State University Chancellor Timothy White praised Gov. Jerry Brown and the state Legislature Wednesday for choosing to increase the 2018-2019 CSU budget by $358.2 million. After student and faculty protests against the proposed tuition increase, Chancellor White announced that the CSU would not raise tuition for the 2018-2019 school year. “By providing sufficient funding to ...

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