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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Devyn Savitch

Devyn Savitch, Social Media Staffer

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Devyn Savitch was born and raised in Los Angeles and transferred to Sacramento State in the fall of 2022. She is studying political science and journalism and is set to graduate in spring of 2024. Devyn hopes to one day work in political commentary/ broadcasting.

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[Video] STINGER SOUND SESSIONS: Angry Aztecs delivers Bay Area streetpunk to Sacramento

Clear some space for a pit in this hardcore punk installment
Cristian Gonzalez
January 29, 2024
The Latino punk group, Angry Aztecs, consumes the newsroom with thrash rhythms and guttural guitars.

[Video] The State Hornet Broadcast: Pride Week, pro-Palestine protests and more CapRadio resignations

Get up-to-date on what’s happening at Sac State with Zoya and Tobi
Students for Justice in Palestine organized a march, four more members resigned from CapRadio’s Board of Directors and the PRIDE Center held a Pride Fair in the Library Quad.

The State Hornet Broadcast: Cultural celebrations, CapRadio’s financial mishandlings and football heroics

Tobi and Zoya give a glimpse into some of The State Hornet’s latest news
The State Hornet broadcast team goes over our latest stories including the World Culture Festival, CapRadio’s mismanagement and Hornet football’s latest win over Northern Arizona.

[Video] The Divine Nine present champions of adversity at Black Org Night 2023

Black Org Night is an event held by the National Pan-Hellenic Council which showcases Greek life for Black students at Sac State
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted Black Org Night on Friday, Sept. 22. The event was aimed at offering services and opportunities for involvement for Black students interested in Greek life.

[Video] Sac State Says: Putting a price on safety; students disapprove of sexual assault sentencing

After the sentencing of Nida Niazy, women on campus feel unprotected by the school and the law
Devyn Savitch and Zoya Altabaa
October 3, 2023
Last school year there were a number of sexual assaults at Sac State. We asked women on campus how they feel following the recent sentencing of the perpetrator.
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