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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
Peyton Sorosinski

Peyton Sorosinski, news reporter


Peyton Sorosinski is a senior English major and journalism minor graduating in spring 2023. She joined the State Hornet for the spring 2023 semester and looks forward to developing a career in law and journalism.
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(L-R): Rita Gallardo Good, Denyne Colburn, Jared Giarrusso-Khlok and Mary Meuel, all spoke in several candidate forums for Senior Associate Vice President for the Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy from March 14-17. The new Vice President will be in charge of maintaining relationships between Sacramento State and government agencies. (Photos courtesy of LinkedIn, Graphic in Canva by Emma Hall).

Sac State in search of new Vice President for Public Affairs and Advocacy

Candidates discuss how they would prioritize campus needs
Sac State is looking to hire a new Senior Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Advocacy. The four candidates spoke during open forums to discuss possible plans.
Computer science major Jainish Patel working at the IRT Service desk in the Academic Information Resource Center building Tuesday, March 7, 2023. The IRT Service desk answers questions and provides various tech assistance to the students and faculty at Sacramento State.

Sac State sets campus internet upgrade in motion

Web connection shutdown could mean no internet for students
Peyton Sorosinski
March 12, 2023
Potential outages for Sac State students: campus internet upgrade will begin spring break and continue through the spring semester.
Michael Love, a fourth year communications major, in the Project Rebound office where he serves as an office assistant Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023. Love said he believes Project Rebound students will benefit from the housing project because it will give them a safe space to achieve their degree.

Housing to be provided for formerly incarcerated students

Sac State launches program in collaboration with Project Rebound
Peyton Sorosinski
March 1, 2023
Sac State is the second California State University to launch housing project.
(L-R) First year biology major Alanna Vang, fourth year political science major Luis Gasca, history graduate student Andrew Modder on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023. All three students expressed their wants for a new California State University Chancellor. (Photos by Peyton Sorosinski, Graphic made in Photoshop by Chris Woodard).

Sac State students hoping for new CSU Chancellor to address campus safety

Hornets voice their opinions for potential Castro replacement
Tierra Tilby and Peyton Sorosinski
February 20, 2023
The California State University system has started their process to find a new chancellor, students voiced their standards for the next leader of the CSU.
The Sacramento State University Library Feb. 10, 2023, where the donations are accepted for the ‘Love in Action,’ event. This event is in collaboration with 
Josh’s Heart Homeless Connect, a Sacramento-based non profit that aims to support individuals experiencing homelessness and addiction. (Photo by Jacob Peterson, graphic by Chris Woodard made in Canva).

Love in Action: Sac State aids unhoused community through giving back event

A day of service packed in a backpack
Peyton Sorosinski
February 12, 2023
Sac State’s Community Engagement Center and nonprofit Josh’s Heart partner to host Love in Action event Feb. 18.
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