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The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor

Leslie Hicks, Author

All content by Leslie Hicks
Numerous self-care events and activities will be held on campus for students as we approach finals week. The campus offers different classes and resources to help students de-stress.

Sac State events examine student health and wellness approaching finals

Methods to de-stress include yoga, nap sessions and puppies
December 3, 2019

The week leading up to finals can be stressful for students as they make that final push toward the finish line at the end of the semester.  Like athletes, students getting ready for testing have resources...

Gymnastics head coach Randy Solorio dances with senior kinesiology major Viktoriya Rizvanova in the ballroom dancing class Solorio teaches at Sacramento State. Solorio has been coaching gymnastics at Sac State since 1986.

Sac State gymnastics coach leads students in ballroom dance class

Randy Solorio helps students improve their coordination, balance and self-confidence
November 8, 2019

Randy Solorio’s first dance partner was his mother, and every time he dances the cha-cha today with his daughter, Solorio is taken back to his childhood, a generational connection he imparts on his ballroom...

Sac State junior forward Alyssa Baena dribbles upfield against Eastern Washington on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Hornet Field. The Hornets begin the Big Sky Championship Friday as the second seed in Greeley, Colorado.

[Photo] Sac State women’s soccer team to play in Big Sky Championship

November 6, 2019

Sac State junior forward Alyssa Baena dribbles upfield against Eastern Washington on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Hornet Field. The Hornets begin the Big Sky Championship Friday as the second seed in Greeley,...

Sacramento State junior forward Kylee Kim-Bustillos outruns Eastern Washington sophomore defender Marissa Mills against the Eagles Sunday, Oct. 27 at Hornet Field. The Hornets defeated the Eagles 1-0.

[Photo] Sac State women’s soccer team sets Big Sky record with 17-match unbeaten streak

October 27, 2019

Sacramento State junior forward Kylee Kim-Bustillos outruns Eastern Washington sophomore defender Marissa Mills against the Eagles Sunday, Oct. 27 at Hornet Field. The Hornets defeated the Eagles 1-0.

Sac State junior Jayda Preyer photographed inside her apartment Thursday, Oct. 17. Preyer secured affordable housing for her and a roommate after staying in the on-campus emergency housing facility.

Sac State student speaks out about experience with homelessness

Housing insecurity among students is on the rise since start of semester, university officials say
October 23, 2019

“I’m overwhelmed,” Sacramento State criminal justice major Jayda Preyer said inside her two-bedroom apartment located 10 minutes from campus.  When Preyer moved to Sacramento in January, she...

NEWS PODCAST: Solutions to housing insecurity, from someone who’s lived it

NEWS PODCAST: Solutions to housing insecurity, from someone who’s lived it

October 4, 2019

This week, State Hornet reporter Leslie Hicks sits down with Jayda Preyer, a criminal justice major at Sacramento State, who moved here from the Bay Area hoping to find more affordable housing options...

Canned goods at the ASI Food Pantry in the University Union. The ASI Food Pantry moved to the Union last semester.

ASI Food Pantry University Union location to serve more students

September 16, 2019

The ASI Food Pantry on campus has opened its new location in the University Union, room 1246, with a mission to “provide food and basic necessities to Sacramento State students in need at no cost,”...

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