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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
Katerina Graziosi

Katerina Graziosi, staff writer

Katerina Graziosi joined The State Hornet in fall 2020 and is currently an arts and entertainment beat writer. An Orange County native, she has been living in the City of Trees for the last 10 years. She is excited to graduate spring 2021 and is majoring in journalism and minoring in sociology.
All content by Katerina Graziosi
Nelsen anuncia otra ronda de pagos directos en el otoño de 2021: EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO

Nelsen anuncia otra ronda de pagos directos en el otoño de 2021: EL AVISPÓN DEL ESTADO

May 12, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Katerina Graziosi y Kimberly Gomez Santos repasan sobre noticias como el anuncio de Nelsen de otra ronda de pagos directos a los estudiantes en el otoño de 2021 y más.
Un sindicato y centro en Sac State dan análisis del racismo sistémico en la universidad: EL AVISPON DEL ESTADO

Un sindicato y centro en Sac State dan análisis del racismo sistémico en la universidad: EL AVISPON DEL ESTADO

May 10, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Katerina Graziosi y Kimberly Gomez Santos repasan sobre sobre el análisis de la Asociación de Profesores de California del y el Centro del Racismo, Immigracion y Justicia Social en Sacramento State del racismo sistémico en la educación superior y más.
Multimedia virtual art exhibit to feature ‘Expressions for Social Justice’

Multimedia virtual art exhibit to feature ‘Expressions for Social Justice’

Sac State’s Center on Race, Immigration and Social Justice to host
May 6, 2021
Sac State’s Center on Race, Immigration and Social Justice will host a multimedia virtual art exhibit in response to “unequal freedoms” – the systemic and social inequalities faced by marginalized communities.
El CSU a requerir la vacuna de COVID-19 en el otoño 2021: EL AVISPON DEL ESTADO PODCAST

El CSU a requerir la vacuna de COVID-19 en el otoño 2021: EL AVISPON DEL ESTADO PODCAST

April 30, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Katerina Graziosi y Kimberly Gomez Santos repasan sobre el requisito de la vacuna COVID-19 para el otoño 2021 en la Universidad Estatal de California, las reacciones al veredicto de Derek Chauvin y más.
PODCAST: Vacunas de COVID-19 disponibles para estudiantes en Sac State

PODCAST: Vacunas de COVID-19 disponibles para estudiantes en Sac State

April 22, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Kimberly Gomez Santos y repasan sobre los propuestos de clases para el otoño de 2021, vacunas de COVID-19 disponibles para los estudiantes de Sac State y más.
PODCAST: Regreso a clases en persona para el otoño de 2021

PODCAST: Regreso a clases en persona para el otoño de 2021

April 2, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Kimberly Gomez Santos y Katerina Graziosi repasan sobre el ingreso de el condado de Sacramento a nivel rojo de restricciones de COVID-19, el anuncio de regreso a clases en persona para el otoño de 2021, y mas.
PODCAST: Crímenes en Sac State y Mary Maguire la nueva decana interina

PODCAST: Crímenes en Sac State y Mary Maguire la nueva decana interina

March 19, 2021
En este episodio del podcast El Avispón del Estado, Kimberly Gomez Santos y repasan sobre crímenes que han ocurrido en Sac State, la nueva decana interina Mary Maguire y más.
Charles Joseph stands outside of his second story apartment next to trees growing in between two apartment buildings Wednesday, March 10, 2021 in Sacramento, California. Joseph said that he enjoys how calm and peaceful his apartment is after years of living in prisons and detainment centers.

Former ICE detainee continues activism, credits music for transformative healing

Charles Joseph could face deportation without Gov. Newsom pardon
March 17, 2021
Former ICE detainee Charles Joseph is continuing the activism for the rights of those impacted by systems of immigration and incarceration that he began within detention walls.
PODCAST: Graduación “Carmencement,” eliminación de los servicios de optometría

PODCAST: Graduación “Carmencement,” eliminación de los servicios de optometría

March 5, 2021
Kimberly Gomez Santos y Katerina Graziosi son las anfitrionas del podcast El Avispón del Estado donde discuten sobre las noticias más importantes de este semestre por el momento como.
PODCAST: Subvenciones de HEERF, clínica de vacunación en Sac State

PODCAST: Subvenciones de HEERF, clínica de vacunación en Sac State

February 25, 2021
Kimberly Gomez Santos y Katerina Graziosi son las anfitrionas del podcast El Avispón del Estado donde discuten sobre las noticias más importantes de este semestre por el momento como la distribución de las subvenciones HEERF, la clínica de vacunación en Sac State y más.
(left to right) Betsaida LeBron, Bernetta Penny Parson, and Tammy Spence will be sharing personal love stories via Zoom Friday, Feb 19, 2021 for Capital Storytellings A Different Kind of Love event. All are welcome, with proceeds going directly towards accessible storytelling programs in the Sacramento area. (Photo illustration by Patrick Posuniak)

Live virtual storytelling event to feature love stories of ‘A Different Kind’

February 18, 2021

Capital Storytelling will host a virtual event Friday featuring storytellers who will share true, personal love stories live on Zoom. Capital Storytelling is a Sacramento organization that provides...

Sacramento State’s Samaad Hector (0) goes up strong to make the layup during the second half in the conference opener in the game against the University of Idaho at The Nest at Sac State Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. Hector said the schedule changes up the competitive ante on the court.

Sac State athletes react to Big Sky Conference 2020-21 schedule changes

Big Sky teams adjust to new matchup formats and COVID-19 precautions
December 16, 2020
The Big Sky Conference released adjusted schedules for winter and spring sports including men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and women’s soccer for the 2020-21 season. Sacramento State athletes are adjusting to the changes made to minimize travel and risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Sac State junior guard Summer Menke prepares to shoot a free throw against Idaho on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 at the Nest. Menke led the team in scoring with 18 points, five rebounds and four steals.

Sac State’s women’s basketball team swept by Idaho

Hornets lose second away game to Vandals 81-70
December 6, 2020
The Sacramento State’s women’s basketball team lost their second game of the season and second matchup against the University of Idaho 81-70 Saturday.
Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

CRIME MAP: 6 non-violent crimes occurred over last two weeks

Campus crime map from Oct. 4-17
October 22, 2020
Six non-violent crimes occurred at Sac State over the last two weeks. Last year, 28 crimes occurred throughout the sixth and seventh weeks of the semester.
From left to right, Sac State marching band members Russell Bradley, Veloy Tofoya and Gabrielle Mirsky pose for photos at Sacramento State on Oct.9, 2020. Due to this semester being mostly virtual, marching band students have had to come up with their own practice routine. (Photo illustration)

Sac State marching band students adjust to coronavirus precautions, distance learning

'I have to come out here and play trumpet at 8 a.m. in my car'
October 12, 2020
With a third of the semester complete, Sacramento State students are adapting to the challenges of distance learning, but some classes, like marching band, are still navigating the uncertainties and precautions that have been generated by COVID-19.
Labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta speaks during a campaign rally with former President Bill Clinton on March 20, 2016 at Central High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Huerta spoke on voting, the national census and anti-racism at a virtual event hosted by Sacramento States Serna Center Friday. Dolores Huerta by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Civil rights icon Dolores Huerta urges students to vote, condemns racism

Huerta spoke at virtual event hosted by Sac State Serna Center
October 9, 2020
Sacramento State’s Serna Center held a virtual event featuring civil rights icon Dolores Huerta on the importance of voting, the census and active anti-racism Friday via Zoom.
Graphic by Tara Gnewikow

Music producer overcomes homelessness, creates positive culture in Sacramento’s entertainment industry

September 14, 2020
Jesse Hanes, who goes by Kassette, smiled even as he recounted eating cans of cold ravioli in a flooded outdoor basement.
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