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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor

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Sac State library exhibit showcases Sacramento refugee statistics

Exhibit includes timeline of refugee population and migration patterns
Jonathan Nack
May 6, 2019

An exhibit featuring the history and experiences of refugees from across the world who made Sacramento their home was on display at the University Library Gallery throughout April. The exhibit, titled...

#SacStateSays: A year later: What do you think about the Stephon Clark shooting?

#SacStateSays: ‘A year later: What do you think about the Stephon Clark shooting?’

Jonathan Nack
March 4, 2019

On March 18th, 2018 Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old Sacramento man, was shot and killed by Sacramento Police in the backyard of his grandmother’s home. As we approach the one year anniversary of the shooting,...

Mia Kagianas, president of the Cal State Student Association and former Sac State student stands at the podium to introduce Assemblymember Jose Medina at the financial aid reform rally Wednesday. Kagianas is an advocate for financial aid and student welfare.

California college activists rally together for financial aid reform

Student needs beyond tuition became a topic of discussion
Reanna Simmons and Jonathan Nack
February 21, 2019

Students, administrators and legislators held a rally to reform college financial aid on the west steps of the State Capitol Wednesday afternoon. The Student Senate of California Community Colleges,...

#SacStateSays: What do you think about the investigations into Sac State fraternities?

#SacStateSays: ‘What do you think about the investigations into Sac State fraternities?’

Jonathan Nack and Ashton Byers
February 20, 2019

After three anonymous emails that claimed to show evidence of hazing within the Delta Chi and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity chapters of Sacramento State, the university has launched an investigation into the...

This month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed bills to protect people from sexual harassment, sexual assault, discrimination in the work place and nondisclosure agreements.

Power behind #MeToo changes legislation in California

Francina Sanchez and Jonathan Nack
October 17, 2018

Last November, the #MeToo movement took the nation by storm with high profile cases making daily headlines. This month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a few #MeToo inspired bills to protect people from sexual...

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