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#SacStateSays: ‘Why are you stressed?’

#SacStateSays: ‘Why are you stressed?’

Ashton Byers

May 16, 2019

The State Hornet asked students about the stressors they are facing as the semester comes to a close. Answers varied from finals to procrastinating on papers. Some students felt the professors needed to space the deadlines of their assignments to avoid having to cram last minute....

Video: The State Hornet prints its last issue ever

Video: The State Hornet prints its last issue ever

Kelly Kiernan

April 25, 2019

The State Hornet printed its last print issue Wednesday, April 24, 2019, at the Sacramento Bee. To celebrate, members of our staff got an inside look at The Bee's printing process. The State Hornet's final issue celebrates the 70th anniversary of the formation of a news organization with stories from...

Video: Sac State students, faculty react to RateMyProfessors

Video: Sac State students, faculty react to RateMyProfessors

Kelly Kiernan

April 15, 2019

There are 2,982 Sacramento State professors listed on ratemyprofessors.com, a website where students can write reviews about professors and rate them in different categories.   Do you use https://t.co/IrO3Yg7kg6 when registering for classes at Sac State? @TheStateHornet @sacstate @ratemyprofess...

Video: See the newly-renovated Sac State University Union

Video: See the newly-renovated Sac State University Union

The State Hornet Staff

April 4, 2019

Sac State opened the University Union on April 2 after finishing a two-year-long expansion project that cost the university over $63 million.

#SacStateSays: Students react to the district attorney’s decision not to charge officers in Stephon Clark death

#SacStateSays: Students react to the district attorney’s decision not to charge officers in Stephon Clark death

Kelly Kiernan

March 5, 2019

The District Attorney announced Saturday, March 2, that there will be no charges pressed for the two police officers who shot and killed #StephonClark. Sacramento State student's share their reactions. ...

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke gives lecture at Sac State

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke gives lecture at Sac State

Eric Jaramishian and Ruby Pineda

February 8, 2019

Social justice activist Tarana Burke concluded her California State University speaking tour at Sacramento State Thursday, encouraging and aiming to empower students to heal as a community and sharing the roots of her role in the #MeToo movement. More than 1,000 students, alumni and faculty filled the Universi...

Video: Meet Sac State’s new resident, Olli the autonomous vehicle

Video: Meet Sac State’s new resident, Olli the autonomous vehicle

Claire Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

January 31, 2019

Sacramento State's newest addition to campus is a four-wheeled, sandwich-box shaped autonomous vehicle named Olli. The vehicle arrived on campus Monday and is currently in its testing phases, preparing to transport students to different campus locations by late February, according to the university....

Students share meanings, stories behind their tattoos

Students share meanings, stories behind their tattoos

Dominique Walker and Kelly Kiernan

January 24, 2019

For some students, tattoos focus on their spirituality but for others, tattoos represent a meaningful moment in their lives. Several Sac State students shared their stories behind their tattoos and what they mean.

Video: Sac State gymnasts preview upcoming season

Kelly Kiernan

January 6, 2019

Sacramento State gymnastics opens its season in the NorCal Classic against Stanford, UC Davis and San Jose State today. Seniors Lauren Schmeiss and Jackie Sampson talk about their goals for the season after having strong junior campaigns while sophomore Jordyn Brent speaks about preparing to be ...

Meet the artist behind the intricate leaf art seen at Sac State every fall

Meet the artist behind the intricate leaf art seen at Sac State every fall

Eucario Calderon

December 19, 2018

Sacramento State becomes vibrant in color during the fall season: grounds become covered with fallen leaves and becomes a canvas for gingko leaf artist Joanna Hedrick. Hedrick, a philosophy major and a graduating senior, said she has been creating ginkgo art since 2013. “The whole idea started ...

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