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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor

Justin Bovert, Author

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Tennis player seeking hearing following dismissal from team

Justin Bovert
December 11, 2002

The dismissal of a student from the women's tennis team moved several faculty and students to meet Monday in a show of support and to plan legal moves to address the matter. Italina Kirknis was removed...

ASI to reform elections

Justin Bovert
December 4, 2002

Associated Students, Inc. assembled an Ad-Hoc committee to study supposed disadvantages with the current "slate" elections. The slate format, according to Postbaccalaureate Director Mohamed Hamada, has...

ASI votes for peace resolution

Justin Bovert
November 13, 2002

Associated Students, Inc. board members approved a pro-peace resolution that opposes a first-strike military attack on Iraq. The resolution faced many revisions and a split board on its way to a 6-5 favoring...

Chase Resigns

Justin Bovert
November 6, 2002

Crystal Chase has resigned from her position as Vice President of University Affairs of Associated Students, Inc. Facing legislation that called for her removal from office, Chase thought it was best for...

Crystal Chase(d)

Justin Bovert
November 6, 2002

Accusations and charges of incompetence surround Associated Students Inc. as one of their directors faces removal. Vice President of University Affairs, Crystal Chase, has been labeled as unreliable and...

Campus officials suspend student-operated vendors

Justin Bovert
October 30, 2002

Sacramento State officials suspended student run food vendors from operation after Sacramento County found that an Associated Students, Inc. sponsored event violated health codes. Environmental Health...

Ex-marine cautions against Iraq invasion

Justin Bovert
October 30, 2002

An anti-war speech by an ex-marine sparked a heated response from some members in the audience in Hinde Auditorium last week. Jeff Patterson, whose job was to assemble nuclear weapons, spoke to a crowd...

Peter Ucovich appointed to Academic Senate

Justin Bovert
October 23, 2002

ASI Vice President of Finance Peter Ucovich was appointed to serve as the Academic Senate Student Liaison for the California State University system. In addition, he was nominated to serve on the General...

Students turn out for rally

Justin Bovert
October 23, 2002

A former Sacramento State professor labeled CSUS a conformist campus at a peace rally in Old Sacramento Saturday. The Sacramento-Yolo Peace Action sponsored rally, entitled "Power to the Peaceful," drew...

ASI paves way for new slates, propisiton 47 discussed

Justin Bovert
October 23, 2002

Associated Students, Inc. board members heard a presentation last Wednesday on funding for future CSUS development. In addition, legislation concerning the search for an alternate to the past "slate" elections...

ASI seeks alternative funding for community chamber mixer

Justin Bovert
October 16, 2002

Associated Students, Inc. will not consider reducing the amount of money spent on their community chamber of commerce mixer despite concern from ASI members. Plans for the gala event, which will exceed...

ASI plans mixer despite opposition

Justin Bovert
October 9, 2002

Associated Students Inc. is planning a community chamber of commerce mixer, despite opposition from a student review committee that said the event would benefit too few students to justify its expense....

Associated Students Inc. set to launch new site

Justin Bovert
October 2, 2002

Associated Students Inc. is set to launch a new website in the coming weeks that will aid the organization in processing documents. The new web site proposal was approved by ASI's board of directors at...

Charges of cronyism hit ASI

Justin Bovert
September 25, 2002

Associated Students, Inc.?s appointments to various student committee positions have one board member suggesting cronyism. Others claim that the various appointees are the right people for the job. At...

ASI sets agenda for fall

Justin Bovert
September 18, 2002

Student retention, housing shortages, community visibility and financial responsibility are the key issues permeating the agenda of Associated Students, Inc. this semester. "The CSU system was created...

Highway congestion relief on the way

Justin Bovert
September 11, 2002

Due to the congested traffic at the Highway 50/Howe Avenue interchange, the city of Sacramento will be expanding the road from College Town Drive and Folsom Boulevard to 6 lanes. The construction project...

The Sardonics play today at noon

Justin Bovert
May 1, 2002

The Sardonics, one of Sacramento?s preeminent jazz ensembles, will perform for the masses at the Serna Plaza today at noon. The band has been tabbed as "one of the best up-and-coming bands," by Todd Jenkins...

Indian classical violinist to play Sunday night in Capistrano Hall

Justin Bovert
April 23, 2002

North India?s violinist Pandit D. K. Datar wil perform North Indian classical music in a concert with percussionist Aneesh Pradhan April 28. The event is sponsored by the Vivek Wagle Foundation in cooperation...

Classical music trio plays today in recital hall

Justin Bovert
March 12, 2002

The luscious and organic music of the Jalina Trio will emanate from Capistrano Hall?s music recital hall this evening at 8 p.m. The trio, Line Fredens on violin, Janne Fredens on cello and Natsuki Fukasawa...

Today: “Day of Remembrance: Triumph of the Spirit”

Justin Bovert
February 23, 2002

Today at 3 p.m. in the University Union Ballroom, the Multi-Cultural Center will be hosting a "Day of Remembrance: Triumph of the Spirit." The event will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of Executive...

?Hart?s War? a gripping drama

Justin Bovert
February 20, 2002

War can squeeze every drop of innocence out of a soldier and replace it with strength, honor, and self-awareness. In the movie "Hart?s War," the title character, Lieutenant Tommy Hart (Colin Farrell) goes...

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