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The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Alan Trinidad

Alan Trinidad, staff writer

Alan Trinidad is an arts and entertainment writer for The State Hornet. This is his first semester with The State Hornet and last semester at Sac State. Alan hopes to pursue a career writing for magazines. Alan enjoys piña coladas and long walks on the beach. 

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The State Hornet talked to internship coordinators, professors and other faculty from several departments who are very aware of the difficulty of finding jobs, especially during the times we are living through. Graphic made in Canva.

Graduating during a pandemic…what now?

A guide to networking and finding a job from Sac State faculty
May 18, 2021
We talked to internship coordinators, professors and other faculty from several departments about the next steps graduates should take to find jobs and build their network.

[Video] Job advice for graduates from the Sac State communications department

May 18, 2021

Graduation and retention coordinator for Sac State’s College of Arts & Letters, Tiffany Northern, speaks on what upcoming communications graduates should do this summer. She recommends getting in...

[Video] Sac State graduation photographers provide inspiration for upcoming graduation shoots

May 3, 2021

Graduation season is upon us and graduating seniors are preparing to say their final goodbyes to Sacramento State. This also means that many seniors are planning out their graduation photoshoots. These...

[Video] STATE HORNET BROADCAST: Sac State police chief retires, Women’s Studies Department has 50th anniversary

April 5, 2021

On this edition of State Hornet news, Sac State Police Chief Mark Iwasa announces retirement effective this summer and Dr. Sujatha Moni sits down with us to talk about the 50th anniversary of the Women’s...

[Video] Sac State students share their Tinder experiences during COVID

March 30, 2021

Tinder can be a weird and funny way to meet new people, especially during a pandemic. We went on campus and asked Sac State students to share what they’ve seen on Tinder.

The location of the old entrance to the Community Center Theater on 13th Street now fenced off during its expansion on Saturday, March 6, 2021. The once known Sacramento Community Center Theatre’s transition into the SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center is a step towards transforming Sacramento into a larger metropolitan area.

[Photo] Renovated SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center to reopen summer 2021

March 10, 2021

The location of the old entrance to the Community Center Theater on 13th Street now fenced off during its expansion on Saturday, March 6, 2021. The once known Sacramento Community Center Theatre’s transition...

[Video] Woman with BB gun spotted at Lark Sacramento apartment complex

No charges or arrest made, BB gun surrendered
March 9, 2021
A female resident of the Lark Sacramento entered the apartment complex’s clubhouse with a non-lethal weapon Tuesday evening, according to the Lark’s management.

The Pop Up Shop At Arden provides opportunity for Sacramento’s Black entrepreneurs

March 5, 2021
The Black-owned outlet The Pop Up Shop at Arden Fair mall provides an opportunity for black entrepreneurs to showcase their brands.
Customers in Sacramento browse the selection of vintage streetwear at the expo on Sunday, Feb. 21. The event included 82 booths and gathered around 105 vendors, co-creator of Worlds Worst Expo Jamison Lyons said.

Sacramento’s ‘Worst’ Kept Secret: underground streetwear market reopens

Worlds Worst Expo gathered over 100 local vendors Sunday in Downtown Sacramento
February 25, 2021
On the third Sunday of every month, people of Sacramento can watch a vacant parking lot on I Street transform into a refined vintage streetwear market. URL: worlds-worst-bodega-expo-streetwear-sacramento
Flexibility, strength, delivery: How 3 Black-owned restaurants are surviving the pandemic

Flexibility, strength, delivery: How 3 Black-owned restaurants are surviving the pandemic

February 14, 2021
Despite major setbacks, these Sacramento Black-owned businesses have still found ways to positively impact their community.
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