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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
Skyler Lacey

Skyler Lacey, staff writer

Skyler Lacey is a staff writer on the general assignment desk for The State Hornet. This is her first semester writing for The State Hornet. She’s a second year political science-journalism major and enjoys reading and watching movies in her free time.

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Sac State beach volleyball unveils ‘Hornet Beach’ with ribbon-cutting

April 21, 2021
Sac State President Robert Nelsen and Sac State’s beach volleyball team unveiled the campus’ new sand court. Four months were spent building the 26,000 square foot court located on the west side of campus near the softball facility and tennis courts.
From left to right, peer mentors Alexis Jimenez, Ashley Jeffers, and women and gender studies department chair Dr. Sujatha Moni discuss inclusivity in the women’s studies department at Sacramento State. The department celebrated its 50th year anniversary this year. Photos taken via Zoom.

Women’s and gender studies students and faculty reflect on department’s 50th anniversary

March 29, 2021
Sac State’s women’s gender studies department was one of the first programs of its kind in the United States when it was first established October 1971. Faculty and students spoke with The State Hornet to share their thoughts on the department’s 50th anniversary.
Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

CRIME MAP: Man arrested for reported restraining order violation against Sac State employee

Campus crime map from Feb. 21 to March 6
March 12, 2021
Sacramento State Police Department received reports of four non-violent crimes in the fifth and sixth weeks of the semester, 20 less crimes than reported in the same time last semester.
President and co-founder of MealMe Matthew Bouchner works on a computer at his family’s home on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Designed alongside co-founder Will Said as a streamlined food photography app last March, MealMe found its niche as a price comparison tool between food delivery services such as Postmates, GrubHub and Doordash. (Taken via Zoom)

Hungry Sac State students can save money and time with MealMe

The app that simplifies food delivery with price comparisons
February 23, 2021
The pandemic allowed food delivery apps to flourish, but with the time spent comparing food delivery app prices in your area, how much time and money could you have saved using MealMe?
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