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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
Micah Yip

Micah Yip, News Staffer

(he/him)

Micah Yip is a DEI staffer for The State Hornet. He is a political science/journalism major and is working towards a career in political journalism. Micah is passionate about advocating for positive change through his work and is driven by his firm belief in journalism’s power to uncover truth, expose injustices and shed light on issues that demand attention. Micah has previously written for pop culture news websites CBR and Goalcast.

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A graduate salutes to family in a crowded Golden 1 Center during their commencement for Sac State, May 23, 2023. A goal of the Black Student Success Task Force is to offer numerous resources to increase the amount of Black students earning a degree.

Sac State launches Black Success Initiative and Black Honors College

The university enrolls the highest number of Black students throughout the CSU system
Mia Huss, Micah Yip, and Sharmarke Holif
February 29, 2024
Sac State’s new Black Success Initiative and Black Honors College will work to improve Black students’ experience in and out of the classroom.
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.
In Asian culture, Lunar New Year marks a time for renewal and abundance. It is a time when communities spend the next two weeks ringing in the new year through festivals, food and communal gatherings. (Graphic created in Canva by Micah Yip)

Ring in the Lunar New Year with these can’t-miss events

Step into the Year of the Dragon by engaging in time-honored or modern traditions
Micah Yip, staffer
February 9, 2024
Lunar New Year 2024 is just around the corner. Here are several Sacramento events to celebrate the Year of the Dragon.
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