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 The 1989 film “The Burbs’ movie poster starring actors Tom Hanks, Corey Feldman and Carrie Fisher in an 80s classic for all ages. (Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures, Graphic created in Canva by Alyssa Branum)

Back to the 80s: ‘The Burbs’

Katelyn Marano, Copy Editor February 22, 2024
In a suburbs based thriller Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher and Corey Feldman create a mystery of suspenseful horror in their 1989 film “The Burbs”
The State Hornet showcases top-performing Black Sac State student-athletes such as Jared Gipson, Solape Amusan and Zee Hamoda. (Photos courtesy of Sac State Athletics, Graphic created in Canva by Siany Harts)

Showcasing 10 Outstanding Black Sac State Student-Athletes

Siany Harts, Social Media Editor February 22, 2024
Welcome to The State Hornet’s Black History Month Sac State Athlete Showcase. Discover more about players such as Jared Gipson, Solape Amusan and Armon Bailey who have left their triumphant mark on Sac State athletic program’s history.
Covers of books to read during Black History Month written by Black authors. These books are a range of genres and have something for everyone. (Created in Canva by Jada Portillo)

Must read books for Black History Month

Jada Portillo, Staffer February 21, 2024
Books to read by Rachel Renee Russell, Angie Thomas and Mateo Askaripour during Black History Month.
Freshman guard Michael Wilson looks to pass the rock to his teammate Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024. Wilson finished the game with three assists to go along with four boards in 25 minutes of play.

End-of-game paralysis and elite shooting sting Sac State despite improved play

Andrew Edwards, Staffer February 21, 2024
Sac State allows Northern Arizona to get hot from three and can’t slow down Northern Colorado’s top scorers in latter half
Graphic made in Canva by Chris Woodard

Retrogrades #1: ‘I, Robot’ you, get dizzy

James Fife and Chris Woodard February 21, 2024
will-smith-irobot-2004-retrogrades

STINGER SOUND SESSIONS: Jesse Crosson embarks on his own frequency

Cristian Gonzalez February 21, 2024
Jesse Crosson of The Color Wild performs an indie-pop set from his solo catalog.
Sophomore outfielder Ryan Christiansen swings at an oncoming pitch in the first game against Loyola Marymount Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. Christiansen had 8 plate appearances in the double-header.

Sac State gets plunked in opening day doubleheader but finishes with walk-off win

Kai Arellano, Staffer February 21, 2024
Sac State baseball lost a doubleheader on Friday and a win on Sunday with a walk-off against LMU in the opening series. In match-ups that featured junior outfielder Matt Masciangelo making headlines for unusual reasons.
 Una mujer sentada en un cobija pensando en la frase “ni de aqui ni de alla”.  Esta frase es común en los que se sienten divididos entre dos identidades. Gráfico hecho en Canva por Rosienelly Salguero.

‘Ni de aqui, ni de allá’ Las luchas de ser de EEUU con raíces Latinoamericanas

Rosienelly Salguero and Alejandro Barron February 20, 2024
Conozca las historias de estudiantes y facultad en Sac State que tienen orígenes Latinoamericanos y crecieron en los Estados Unidos.
Anime is one of the fastest growing mediums of entertainment worldwide. Its vibrant characters and imaginative worlds attract fans of all ages, contributing to its ever-expanding popularity on both traditional and digital platforms. (Photos Courtesy of J.C. Staff, Ufotable studios, and Production I.G. and Graphic made in Canva by Hailey Valdivia and Ismael Martinez Castillo)

Best beginner-friendly anime shows to kickstart your new addiction

Ismael Martinez Castillo, Staffer February 19, 2024
If you’ve always wanted to try watching an anime then these five beginner-friendly shows are for you!
 The “Black Artists in America: Civil Rights to the Bicentennial” exhibit, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024, at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. Artists such as Alma Thomas, Joyce J. Scott and James A. Porter were on display for all to see in honor of Black History Month.

Black History is American History at the Crocker Art Museum

Katelyn Marano, Copy Editor February 19, 2024
The Sacramento Crocker Art Museum hosted a Black History Month festival in honor of its “Black Artists in America: Civil Rights to the Bicentennial” and “Joyce J. Scott: Messages” exhibits on Sunday featuring art by Alma Thomas and James A. Porter.
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