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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
Anh Nguyen

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A study by the Guttmacher Institute says that 68% of unintended pregnancies end in abortion, reflecting the strength of millions of women in their desire to avoid unplanned childbearing. . If the Supreme Court rules to overturn Roe v. Wade, it would disproportionately hurt low-income women 
(Illustration created through Canva by Anh Nguyen)

Opinion: Abortion restrictions won’t stop demand for women’s bodily rights

God bless me — a Catholic who supports abortion rights
May 19, 2022
Roe v. Wade ensures constitutional and human rights for women’s well being. Overturning the landmark case would be unfair to all women, especially those of low-income status.
Maddy Ferreros stands in front of the Sac State tennis court after finishing her training on April 20, 2022. She was named the Big Sky Conference womens tennis co-player of the week on April 5, 2022.

Sacramento State women’s tennis newcomer gleams in first season

Freshman Maddy Ferreros was named Big Sky conference tennis co player-of the week for Sac State the first time since 2020.
April 28, 2022
Sacramento State freshman Maddy Ferreros was named Big Sky conference tennis co-player of the week for the first time since 2020
Jasmine Joseph sits inside the University Library on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.  Joseph is one of many students who have struggled to find online options for next semester as Sac State hopes to bring more students back on campus.

‘Why are we going backwards?’ Students want more online options

75 to 80 % of courses to be in-person this fall
April 25, 2022

Online options have been a solution to many students and faculty while they reassess their priorities like taking care of their health, their family and adjusting their schedules and lifestyle during the...

Elizabeth Ballard-Branco (left) and Sage Stanley (right) stand in the middle of the breezeway at Kadema Hall on Tuesday, March 15, 2022. The renovation has made ceramic making and printmaking more difficult and prevented some students from completing their artworks.

Sac State’s Kadema Hall renovation has art students dropping classes and demanding tuition refunds

"We do not really see any of the improvements that are supposed to be happening."
April 1, 2022

Elizabeth Ballard-Branco, a fourth year studio art major, walked into their class at Kadema Hall with a heavy heart as they realized art students had been displaced into microbiology labs for the rest...

The Black History Month Arts & Crafters Event at The Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, California on Sunday. Black artists and crafters appear at the show, as well as food vendors and wine tasting.

Celebrating Black History Month with arts, food and music at the Mill

Old Sugar Mill’s Arts & Crafters event featured Black creators
February 23, 2022
For the third year, Old Sugar Mill hosted its Black History Month Arts & Crafters event in collaboration with Cain Event Planning and Brick House Gallery & Art Complex on Sunday. The event featured established and emerging Black artists.
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