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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
Jennah Booth

Jennah Booth, audience engagement editor

Jennah Booth is a staff writer on the general assignment desk for The State Hornet. She has previously written for the Sacramento News and Review, the Fort Bragg Advocate-News, and served as the former editor-in-chief for the American River Current. This is her first semester on The State Hornet.
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Scooby-Doo was voted the number one movie franchise for The State Hornet’s 2022 March Madness. The final results show that Scooby-Doo beat the MCU by more than 2:1.
Graphic by Jennah Booth

[Photo] State Hornet’s March Madness season is over

April 19, 2022

Scooby-Doo was voted the number one movie franchise for The State Hornet’s 2022 March Madness. The final results show that Scooby-Doo beat the MCU by more than 2:1. Graphic by Jennah Booth

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March Madness 2022: Top movie franchise edition

Out of these 32 movie franchises, only one can reign supreme
March 9, 2022
The best movie franchises face off this month to see which will come out on top.
Graphic created in Canva by Zachary Cimaglio and Mercy Sosa.

Culture Club: The top five songs that should have been singles

The State Hornet discusses their favorite non-single tracks
December 13, 2021
Sometimes the most popular track is not the best one on the album. Here are five songs that the State Hornet’s A&E section thinks were deserving of their own individual releases:
Laura Hansen’s “Constrained,” featured in the “META:morphosis” exhibition on Nov. 23, 2021, is a mixed-media assemblage which features broken frames, chains and metal coils. The exhibition ran in the University Union Gallery from Nov. 22 through Dec. 2.

Sac State ‘META:morphosis’ exhibition delves into isolation and loss

Artists explore interpretations of transformations
December 4, 2021
The “META:morphosis” exhibit at the University Union explores how Sacramento State artists experience physical, psychological and emotional transformation.
ASIs Childrens Center playground is empty on Oct. 5, 2021,  after the center closes for the day. The playground is only available to a limited number of children due to the pandemic.

ASI programs work to combat $2.9 million loss in revenue since pandemic

October 11, 2021
Sacramento State ASI has been working through significant revenue losses since the beginning of the pandemic, and now that students have returned to campus, ASI’s programs are returning to more normal operations.
From left to right: Sacramento State students Thomas Clark, Becky Arreola, Kelsey Huffaker, Brittany Gomez and Sean Valiquette share how they voted in the 2021 gubernatorial recall election. California voters overwhelmingly rejected the recall with 62.7% voting no as of the time of publication, and many Sacramento State students followed suit. Graphic made in Canva by Jennah Booth.

After Newsom defeats recall election, Sac State students share how they voted

September 23, 2021
After Gavin Newsom overwhelmingly defeated the recall election on Sept. 14, Sac State students share their thoughts on the election.
Left to right: Tyler Eick, Emma Pike, Dez Vela and Robert Jackson, along with many other Sacramento State students, returned to campus this semesterfor the first time since March 2020. While some are still cautious due to the pandemic, most say they are eager to return to in-person learning.

Sac State students balance excitement of returning to campus with post-COVID realities

September 10, 2021
As most students return to the Sacramento State campus for the first time in nearly 18 months, many say they are eager to return to normalcy while still learning to balance the post-COVID changes.
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