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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
Jocelyn Hill

Jocelyn Hill, A&E Staffer

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Jocelyn Hill is a third-year transfer student from Orange County majoring in political science and journalism. This is her first semester at The State Hornet, where she is excited to be joining the Arts and Entertainment team. She is passionate about politics and social justice. In her free time, she enjoys running, drawing or binge-watching a new tv show.

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Two people take a stroll along the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail with a view of Sac State’s Guy West Bridge in the foreground Thursday, March 14, 2024. Many students often walk or bike the different trails near campus.

Trek the trails of Sacramento: 5 spots for running and cycling

Bored of flat road routes? Try these five trails instead
Jocelyn Hill, staffer
April 18, 2024
The best trails for adventure-seekers in the Sacramento area. Joggers and cyclists of all skill levels can enjoy Sacramento’s nature on these hiking trails.
Senior studio art major Alejandra Ruiz and her art piece depicting Our Lady of Guadalupe from her collection “Tonantzin.” This is one of many paintings where Ruiz depicts religious figures. (Graphic created in Canva and photo taken by Rodrigo Martinez)

BIPOC artists at Sac State bring color and culture to the world of fine arts

Artists imbue personal stories of religious upbringing into dynamic paintings
Mia Huss and Jocelyn Hill
April 13, 2024
Sac State’s visual arts department has a diverse group of students whose work expresses their unique personal, cultural and spiritual backgrounds.
The Office of Equal Opportunities hosts the second annual Sexual Assault Awareness Day of Action fair in the Library Quad Tuesday, April 2, 2024. The fair featured various booths educating students about Sexual Assault Awareness Month and of ways to prevent sexual assault.

Sac State’s Day of Action provides support, resources for sexual assault survivors

Organizations such as WEAVE and Planned Parenthood spoke with students about awareness
Christa Ison and Jocelyn Hill
April 5, 2024
Sac State’s Office of Equal Opportunity second annual Day of Action fair provided students a safe space to promote sexual assault awareness
The Guy West Bridge on the northeast side of Sacramento States campus Thursday, March 14, 2024. The search for the suspects of Thursdays shooting and carjacking occurred around the bridge.

[Photo] The near-campus shooting and carjacking: What we know

Michael Pepper, Staffer
March 27, 2024

The Guy West Bridge on the northeast side of Sacramento State's campus Thursday, March 14, 2024. The search for the suspects of Thursday's shooting and carjacking occurred around the bridge.

Students for Justice in Palestine and Arab Student Union’s inaugural banquet showcased flags throughout the evening in the Union Ballroom Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. One of the flags is the Palestinian flag in black, white and green stripes with a red triangle, which has been displayed by people around the world for over 120 days, as a protest against what is happening to the people of Gaza.

Sac State hosts first SJP and ASU banquet

Unity and resistance was on full display at Saturday’s banquet
Micah Yip and Jocelyn Hill
February 13, 2024
Sacramento State’s Students for Justice in Palestine and Arab Student Union joined together for their first annual banquet last Saturday.
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