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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
William Duvall

William Duvall, staff writer

Will Duvall is a fourth-year journalism major. He joined The State Hornet in fall 2022. Duvall aspires to write and document about different cultures worldwide after graduation.
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Shamelessly Relevant Ep. 1: Queerbaiting

Shamelessly Relevant Ep. 1: Queerbaiting

December 2, 2022
New podcast Shamelessly Relevant opens its first episode with hosts Julie Blunt and Elena Burge discussing the topic of queerbaiting and its harms with guests William Duvall and Hannah Ascuncion.

[Video] Sac State students show support against antisemitism at town hall

November 17, 2022

Sacramento State hosted a town hall on Nov. 9 to discuss the antisemitic acts that are occurring on campus. Students attended the event to learn more about the issues at hand and show their support towards...

Movie reel displaying some worthwhile movies to watch featuring strong LGBTQ+ characters. 
LGBTQ+ representation in films like Moonlight and Half of It helps people of the community feel seen. Graphic made by Mercy Sosa in Canva.

To celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month, 5 movies about members of the community

Films and documentaries with queer representation
October 26, 2022
How LGBT movies help us appreciate LGBTQ+ history month

[Video] State Hornet Broadcast: Spooky edition

October 24, 2022
Kris Hall and Chris Woodard present the Halloween Broadcast; get spooky with the State Hornet.
Members and leaders of clubs and organizations during the Pride Fair on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022. They provided entertainment and information to all students who walked through the library quad during the Pride Fair, which was hosted by the Pride Center.

GALLERY: Pride Fair celebrated at Library quad

The event provided resources and activities for attendees to enjoy
October 22, 2022
Sac State clubs and organizations joined to celebrate Pride Week with a fair highlighting resources available for LGBTQ+ students and faculty.
Pride Center coordinator Tranh Pham (middle right) and other students at the Pride Center on Tuesday, Sept 20, 2022. “Im really grateful that I am privileged to have amazing staff and volunteers and community members in the pride center who are adding to the collective wisdom and experience other students get to have,” Pham said.

‘A dream come true’: Sac State’s Pride Center puts on events to promote inclusivity

Queer Welcome marks the first in-person LGBTQ+ gathering in two years.
September 28, 2022
Pride Center kicks off first in-person event to welcome the university’s LGBTQ+ community.
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