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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor

Chloe Daley, Author

All content by Chloe Daley

Gonzalez denies claim made by Elk Grove School District attorney

Chloe Daley
April 29, 2009

In an e-mail sent today, Sloan Simmons, the attorney representing the Elk Grove School District, wrote that Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez had requested that State Hornet reporters withdraw...

Auditor’s Narrative: California Montessori Project

Chloe Daley
April 23, 2009

I walked into the agency at around 3:45 p.m. and talked to the woman at the front desk. I asked her if I could speak with the person who dealt with public records and she seemed a little confused by what...

Auditor’s Narrative: Antelope View Charter School

Chloe Daley
April 23, 2009

I walked into the agency at 2:40 p.m. and waited a moment until a woman came out to the front desk to help me. She was extremely courteous and receptive at what I was saying. When I mentioned that I wanted...

Estimated $17,600 lost per day due to River Front closing

Chloe Daley
February 18, 2009

University Enterprises, Inc. has estimated that the university will lose $17,600 in revenue for each day the River Front Center is closed. The university has notified all seven food vendors within the...

VIDEO: Robo Rumble

Chloe Daley
December 15, 2008

The Sac State Competitive Robotics Club hosted a Robo Rumble where kids learned how to build, drive and repair their own robots. Click here to read the story. Chloe Daley can be reached at [email protected]....

Paying a price for success

Chloe Daley
December 11, 2008

About 40 students who needed concert attendance credits for general education music classes did not take no for an answer when they were told the hall was completely full at the Sacramento State symphony...

VIDEO: Festival of New American Music

Chloe Daley
November 21, 2008

Groups Rated X, Seattle Chamber Players and Cygnus performed Thursday evening at the 2008 Sacramento State Festival of New American Music. Performers Jean Kopperud and Mikhail Shmidt talk about the feelings...

Carpenters picket near bus stop

Chloe Daley
October 14, 2008

About nine carpenters picketed with signs and chanted into microphones at the site of the new residence halls near the bus stop today. The Sacramento chapter of the carpenters' union came out to support...

‘The Duchess’: No date movie

Chloe Daley
October 9, 2008

There's a reason Keira Knightley's latest period film is only in select theaters. Despite the gilded settees, marble-columned halls and brocade bodices, the film is a grim portrayal of the social chains...

DUI arrest made near Mendocino

Chloe Daley
September 20, 2008

Campus police arrested two men near Mendocino Hall today around 3:30 p.m. The two men were pulled over while driving east down University State Drive. "He (the officer) was in the process of giving some...

University takes steps toward eliminating e-mail forwarding

Chloe Daley
September 10, 2008

With the MySacState website upgrade on Sept. 16, students should be able to access their WebCT and SacLink e-mails and conduct University business all with a single login. "I got a lot of complaints from...

SacLink e-mail will still forward

Chloe Daley
September 9, 2008

Last week, Student Affairs sent an e-mail to students stating SacLink will no longer forward university e-mails to personal email accounts. But an associate vice president at Information Resources and...

Campus, city unite, sign memorandum

Chloe Daley
September 9, 2008

For the first time in Sacramento State history the mayor of Sacramento and members of the city manager's office were present at the president's annual address on Aug. 28. While President Gonzalez addressed...

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez discussed several major facility improvements, including the recently erected electronic sign visible from Highway 50.:State Hornet Staff

Gonzalez’s fall address presents obstacles, successes

Chloe Daley
September 3, 2008

During his annual fall address today, President Alexander Gonzalez discussed new campus development, the budget and progress of Destination 2010. Mayor Heather Fargo spoke on the new collaboration between...

Sac State student wins pageant crown

Chloe Daley
September 3, 2008

Sacramento State student Jackie Geist won the Miss California title now leading her to compete for the Miss America crown. One step away from her dream, Geist will represent the state as the California...

Teams fail to pass test

Chloe Daley
May 16, 2008

Sacramento State's Intercollegiate Athletics Department adopted several new policies after 3.35 scholarships were taken away from all sports teams. The National Collegiate Athletic Associated released...

Campus community joins forces to fight cancer

Chloe Daley
May 14, 2008

This Saturday, the Sacramento State Striders, a group of students, staff and faculty, will walk together to raise funds for breast cancer research at the annual Susan G. Komen Race/Walk for the Cure at...

Athletic programs hit by NCAA penalties

Chloe Daley
May 14, 2008

Seven Sacramento State athletic programs will be penalized according to a Academic Progress Rate report recently released by the NCAA. The number of different programs penalized was the most of any Division...

Student seeks bookstore transparency

Chloe Daley
May 5, 2008

An amendment to the Public Records Act could make textbook markup prices available to students, a move creating more transparency regarding agreements between the University Enterprises Inc. and Follett's...

Rhythms of diversity

Chloe Daley
May 1, 2008

The music didn't seem to stop at the fifth annual Multi-Cultural Night, an event promoting cultural awareness on campus and in the community. The event, hosted by Epsilon Sigma Rho, the Multi-Cultural...

Students strut their multicultural talent

Chloe Daley
May 1, 2008

After a seven-minute, energy-charged dance of intense choreography, Babbar Sher Punjab De Bhangra dance members paused to breathe as the audience rose to give the only standing ovation during the Multi-Cultural...

Degree-evaluation process is lagging

Chloe Daley
April 24, 2008

Geordi Royston will walk the stage at commencement this spring when her relatives from the east coast visit, but will be back in the classroom in fall to complete the three units she didn't know she needed....

Dirty laundry exposes abuse, violence against women in clothesline project

Chloe Daley
April 17, 2008

T-shirts waving in the breeze next week should break the shroud of silence surrounding violence against women and the ice for talk of hope and change for women of the campus community and abroad. "Some...

Renaissance Society: It’s never too late to learn

Chloe Daley
April 9, 2008

In the Renaissance Society, former nurses study architecture, retired hydrologists discover a hidden passion for Greek mythology. The members live up to their name meaning: "rebirth of knowledge." This...

Degree evaluations incomplete, delayed; office closed during month of March

Chloe Daley
March 29, 2008

Seniors graduating this coming spring or summer who still have not received their degree evaluations wonder if the evaluations will show up in their mailboxes at all. The State Hornet talked to Edward...

Man collapses, dies in parking structure

Chloe Daley
March 27, 2008

David Landis, an equipment operator in the facilities department, died last Thursday in Parking Structure III after a medical emergency. Landis, about 55, was driving a street sweeper through the building...

Mock Interviews prepare students for job market

Chloe Daley
March 4, 2008

The Career Center concluded its two-day Mock Interview workshop today, designed to prepare students for real world job interviews as they near graduation. During the 40-minute session, students talked...

Hauser, 76, active in Renaissance, outdoors

Chloe Daley
February 28, 2008

Anna Hauser, the 76-year-old woman who later died after collapsing in the University Union, showed others that no one is too old to learn. It seems fitting that Hauser was on her way to do something so...

Big-name loan lender backs out of market, student effects questioned

Chloe Daley
February 21, 2008

It may be Financial Aid Awareness month, but the largest student lender for private and federal loans, Sallie Mae, recently pulled out of the subprime loaning market. This may leave some low credit and...

Sac State student reflects on shooting, travels road to recovery

Chloe Daley
February 16, 2008

Leaning back against the pillows, Monica Bentley glances down at the metal rods wired through her feet. Still recovering and unable to walk, she now has time to reflect on the shooting last November, her...

Textbook changes could benefit students

Chloe Daley
February 3, 2008

If your jaw has ever dropped while handing over the credit card at the bookstore counter, perhaps that won't happen again. Well, maybe if you are still studying in 2010. That's when a new textbook law...

Pig Bowl honors fallen servicemen

Chloe Daley
January 30, 2008

Police officers, firefighters and members of the community came together on Saturday at the thirty-fourth Pig Bowl's Guns and Hoses football game to remember those servicemen who died in the line of duty...

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