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VIDEO: Student parents on the effect of COVID-19 in their lives

VIDEO: Student parents on the effect of COVID-19 in their lives

Ashton Byers and Kelly Kiernan

April 4, 2020

Student parents face uncertainty as COVID-19 shuts down schools for the remainder of the school year. Sacramento State’s transition to online classes leaves student parents with a new set of challenges, juggling school work and parenthood. Sac State ASI Children’s Center is shut down, causi...

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: 3/28 Weekly Update

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: 3/28 Weekly Update

Kayla Brown, Madeleine Beck, Mack Ervin III, and Kelly Kiernan

March 28, 2020

The State Hornet has switched to weekly broadcast updates. Our fifth broadcast includes updates about the Associated Students, Inc. president and vice president, the Sacramento State Placer Center and what’s still open on campus.  RELATED: Sac State ASI President, VP to keep over $35,000 in scholarships following resignations RELATED: CSU Board of Trustees approves Sac State Placer Center RELATED: CRIME MAP: ...

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Sac State coronavirus updates

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Sac State coronavirus updates

Kayla Brown, Allisyn Mayhew, Mack Ervin III, and Kelly Kiernan

March 24, 2020

The State Hornet continues to bring biweekly broadcasts to Sacramento State. Our fourth broadcast includes updates about the coronavirus, cancellation of campus sports, and the consolidation of students in on-campus housing.  RELATED: Sac State closes Union, library, dining services to mitigate coronavirus spread RELATED: Sac State plans to consolidate dorm residents amid COVID-19 outbreak RELATED: ...

Savannah On The Street: Girl Code

Savannah On The Street: Girl Code

Savannah Solley

March 19, 2020

With March being International Women’s Month, State Hornet reporter Savannah Solley went out to ask Sac State students what the golden rule is when it comes to girl code. 

#SacStateSays: ‘How do you feel about the transition to online classes?’

#SacStateSays: ‘How do you feel about the transition to online classes?’

Ashton Byers, Tyler Day

March 15, 2020

As concerns of the new coronavirus grow, Sacramento State administrators have decided to move classes to an online format beginning March 20.  All in-person classes will be canceled with the exception of pre-approved labs, studios, clinicals, field placements, performing and theater arts, according to...

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Coronavirus update, Super Tuesday and more

STATE HORNET NEWS BROADCAST: Coronavirus update, Super Tuesday and more

Kelly Kiernan, Kayla Brown, Mack Ervin III, Allisyn Mayhew, Shaun Holkko, and Savannah Solley

March 12, 2020

The State Hornet is bringing biweekly broadcasts to Sacramento State. Our third broadcast includes updates about the coronavirus, students participating in Super Tuesday on campus a and thoughts on the next Bachelorette being from Sacramento.  RELATED: Sac State computer science associate professor ...

#SacStateSays: ‘When did you last wash your hands?’

#SacStateSays: ‘When did you last wash your hands?’

Kelly Kiernan, Multimedia Editor

March 10, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 disease, the coronavirus has been a recurrent topic at Sacramento State and in the community. The University plans to remain open as of now according to president Robert T. Nelsen’s emails on Tuesday. We asked students when did they last wash their hands and for their thoughts on the...

#SacStateSays: ‘Thoughts on the Bachelorette being from Sacramento?’

#SacStateSays: ‘Thoughts on the Bachelorette being from Sacramento?’

Brooke Uhlenhop

March 9, 2020

Sacramento native Clare Crawley was announced as the lead for season 16 of ABC’s hit show “The Bachelorette” on Good Morning America Monday. The hairdresser, who still lives in Sacramento, has been on the franchise shows four other times. Her first stint with the show was in 2014 on season 18...

Savannah on the Street: Student Struggles

Savannah on the Street: Student Struggles

Savannah Solley

March 4, 2020

It’s the seventh week of the spring semester and midterms quickly approaching are not the only thing students are struggling with. The State Hornet reporter, Savannah Solley asked students what their current struggle is.

#SacStateSays: ‘What are you looking for in California’s primary election?’

#SacStateSays: ‘What are you looking for in California’s primary election?’

Mack Ervin III

March 3, 2020

California has its earliest presidential primary date since 2008, and potential voters are not spoiled for choice. The biggest state in the country has 494 delegates at stake in the democratic nomination race as well as several local elections and measures on Tuesday. We asked Sacramento State ...

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