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Angie Kallas

Angie Kallas, Visuals Staffer

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Angie Kallas is a fifth-year student majoring in english with a minor in journalism. She joined The State Hornet in the fall semester of 2023. She looks forward to developing her career in professional writing.

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(1) The Fabulous 40’s welcome sign hung on 44th St. shines bright for guests who walk and drive to see Friday, December 1, 2023. Over 30 cars drive through and park along the streets of the Fabulous 40s every December night.

[Photo] Christmas cheer aglow at the Fabulous 40s

Katelyn Marano, Copy Editor
December 13, 2023

(1) The Fabulous 40’s welcome sign hung on 44th St. shines bright for guests who walk and drive to see Friday, December 1, 2023. Over 30 cars drive through and park along the streets of the Fabulous...

 Kachiside Madu discussing the purpose and inspiration behind his “Homeless to Heartfull” exhibit on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023 at the Brickhouse Gallery. Madu and his sister, Cassandra Madu, came up with the name one evening together, inspired by the purpose of his Solidarity Saturday event.

[Photo] A photographer’s goal of changing the world one snapshot at a time

Katelyn Marano, Staffer
November 29, 2023

Kachiside Madu discussing the purpose and inspiration behind his “Homeless to Heartfull” exhibit on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023 at the Brickhouse Gallery. Madu and his sister, Cassandra Madu, came up with...

Jennifer Gomez in front of Lassen Hall Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023, where she works as an Education Benefits Advisor for Sac State’s Veterans Success Center. Gomez served four years in the Marine Corps as a field radio operator and is now pursuing a degree in communications at Sac State.

[Photo] Veterans Day spotlight: Sac State veterans share their story of resilience

Peyton Sorosinski, Copy Editor
November 10, 2023

Jennifer Gomez in front of Lassen Hall Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023, where she works as an Education Benefits Advisor for Sac State’s Veterans Success Center. Gomez served four years in the Marine Corps as...

Student Health, Counseling, and Wellness Services hosted a Narcan training and demonstration at The WELL on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023. At the end of the event, a box of nasal spray Narcan known as naloxone, was handed out. Narcan is the reversal medication for an opioid overdose.

Rising concern: fentanyl overdoses spark alarm as opioids continue to claim lives

Opioid-related deaths continue to be a significant public health crisis in Sacramento, which motivates students to learn how to use the opioid reversal medication.
Angie Kallas, staffer
October 18, 2023
The WELL at Sacramento State offers Narcan training to students to prevent possible overdoses.
Photo opportunities such as the band posters at Aftershock festival were spread throughout Discovery Park near different stages Thursday, Oct. 5, 2023. Posters, signs, wooden displays and even a werewolf can be found with someone taking a photo in front of it.

[Photo] GALLERY: Electricity was in the air at Aftershock

Alyssa Branum, Visuals Editor
October 11, 2023

Photo opportunities such as the band posters at Aftershock festival were spread throughout Discovery Park near different stages Thursday, Oct. 5, 2023. Posters, signs, wooden displays and even a werewolf...

Headliner My Chemical Romance stuns the crowd as they close the festival at the Jack Daniels stage on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022. After a six-year hiatus, My Chemical Romance played at Aftershock during the North America leg of their Reunion Tour.

These bands will rock your socks off at Aftershock

Senses Fail, Dragged Under, Polaris, Sleep Token and Movements, among many other bands play for the first time at Aftershock music festival
Angie Kallas, staffer
October 5, 2023
The State Hornet highlighted a few hidden gems out of the 90 plus bands who will be rocking Sacramento’s Discovery Park during Aftershock music festival this weekend.
Miembros de la Banda Uriense miran a la multitud en la celebración del Día de la Independencia de México en Sac State el Jueves 14 de Septiembre de 2023. Esta celebración anual se llama El Grito.

Iniciando el Mes de la Herencia Hispana con El Grito

Concierto anual en honor al Día de la Independencia de México
Angelica Brito and Angie Kallas
September 27, 2023
Un número récord de asistentes celebraron el inicio del Mes de la Herencia Hispana en El Grito
Members of the Iota Mu chapter of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity. stroll through the crowd during the intermission at Black Org Night in the Union Ballroom Friday,  Sept. 22, 2023. Sororities and fraternities show their pride and unity by dancing to different songs in a line formation, typically shouting out their organization.

[Photo] The epitome of Black Excellence is showcased at Sac State’s Black Org Night

Maishia Sumpter, Staffer
September 25, 2023

Members of the Iota Mu chapter of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity. stroll through the crowd during the intermission at Black Org Night in the Union Ballroom Friday, Sept. 22, 2023. Sororities and fraternities...

Members of Banda Uriense look out to the crowd at the Mexican Independence Day celebration at Sac State Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023. This annual celebration is called El Grito.

Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month with El Grito

Annual concert honors Mexican Independence Day
Angie Kallas, Visuals Staffer
September 16, 2023
A record number of attendees celebrate the start of Hispanic Heritage Month at El Grito!
Junior wide receivers (L-R) Jared Gipson and Chris Miller celebrate after Millers touchdown reception Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023. Miller caught the lone touchdown pass of the night in the second quarter.

[Photo] Sac State puts on defensive clinic against Texas A&M-Commerce

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor
September 9, 2023

Junior wide receivers (L-R) Jared Gipson and Chris Miller celebrate after Miller's touchdown reception Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023. Miller caught the lone touchdown pass of the night in the second quarter.

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