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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

Janelle Williams, Author

All content by Janelle Williams
#SacStateSays: ‘How would you feel about a Taco Bell on campus?’

#SacStateSays: ‘How would you feel about a Taco Bell on campus?’

April 23, 2019

In 1994, the Sacramento State Foundation’s Board of Directors held a meeting to decide if a Taco Bell restaurant should be allowed to open on campus. Though they decided against adding the eatery 25...

Steve Price, Pablo Cruises drummer rocks out during a performance on July 10, 2009. Pablo Cruise is one of headliners for Hornet Athletics music festival Hornet Fest.

Sac State to host first music festival on campus, called Hornet Fest

Performers include Pablo Cruise, Fox Wilde and Kimberley Dahme
April 23, 2019

Hornet Fest, a first-time music festival at Sacramento State, is coming to campus next weekend with four scheduled musical artists and free entrance to a baseball game. Hornet Athletics is hosting the...

Students and members of Sac States Omega Psi Phi chapter listen to Health and Relationship Student Manager Bajha Jordan speak on the meaning and importance of consent. The slide presented details regarding  what bystanders can do to stop a possible assault before it happens.

‘Clarifying Consent’ panel hosted to begin Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 12, 2019

Student Health and Counseling Services partnered with Sacramento State’s Omega Psi Phi chapter Wednesday night for a presentation on consent as an introduction to Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Student...

Sac State senior gymnast Carly Pratt recorded a 9.775 on beam and a 9.700 on floor on senior night on March 1. Pratt celebrated senior night with Lauren Schmeiss and Jackie Sampson.

Sac State gymnastics team places third at final home season meet

Hornets reach final score of 192.625 in three-way meet against UC Davis and Cal
March 8, 2019

The Sacramento State gymnastics team finished third behind University of California, Berkeley, and University of California, Davis in the last home meet of the 2018-19 season on March 1. The Hornets...

Sac State student Ronnie Guice, a history major, joined the student walkout from Sac City College to the Capitol protesting the Stephon Clark decision Thursday, March 7. Guice said the history of the U.S. was one of genocide in various forms, like rape, murder, ordinances, and laws contributing to the oppression of certain groups.

Sac State students join Sacramento walkout for Stephon Clark

March from Sacramento City College to Capitol protesting DA’s decision
March 8, 2019

Students from Sacramento State, Sacramento City College, Burbank High School and UC Davis marched from Sac City to the State Capitol steps Thursday to protest the shooting death of unarmed 22 year-old...

Sadie Stanley, left, and Sean Giambrone star as Kim Possible and best friend and sidekick Ron Stoppable in the live action Disney Channel movie “Kim Possible.”

OPINION: Get over yourselves, OG Kim Possible fans. Remakes are OK

February 19, 2019

Since a live-action Kim Possible movie was announced by Disney Channel last summer, fans of the old series have been insufferable on social media. From harassing the 17-year-old actress Sadie Stanley...

Sac State sophomore gymnast Courtnee Marquez celebrates with her teammates after hitting a career high on her uneven bars routine. The Hornets recorded a season high score of 192.600.

Hornet gymnasts hit season high all-around against San Jose State

Sac State hits on bars for first time
February 9, 2019

Sacramento State gymnastics scored a season high on Friday to defeat San Jose State with standout performances from freshman Shaye Mathias on uneven bars and sophomore Jordyn Brent leading on the floor...

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