The State Hornet

Homeless: the in-need and the needy

State Hornet Staff

May 13, 2014

-Kelly Abercrombie-Residents of downtown Sacramento go about their day avoiding the invisible people of our world – the homeless. There are varying degrees of invisibility exhibited by the homeless. Some are gracious, courteous and can interact with the people around them, but others are avoided at al...

Weekend binge drinking the classy way

State Hornet Staff

May 1, 2014

Restaurants are packed on the weekends with groups consuming bottomless mimosas, typically before 2 p.m. What once was looked down on as an alcoholics activity, drinking mid-morning is now embraced and should be improved on by local restaurants.  Restaurants cater to a crowd of diverse individuals ...

ASI is lacking when it comes to student communication

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014

There is a lack of communication on campus as to the importance of Associated Student Inc. at Sacramento State. Although the ASI mission statement says, “Associated Students, Inc. serves as the official governing body of the Sacramento State students and through operation and sponsorship of program...

Popping tags and buying swag the smart way

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014

Over the past couple of years, thrift stores, donation drop-offs and consignment stores have popped up in the downtown area and have become so popular because quality clothing items are being sold at a fraction of the retail price.There are people who are turned off by used clothing, but when jeans ...

Go figure, men and women have different views on relationship satisfaction

Go figure, men and women have different views on relationship satisfaction

Jonathan Ayestas

April 22, 2014

Kelly Abercrombie talks about her perspective on the dynamics of a male-female relationship: Emotional satisfaction is different for men and women in long-term relationships because women need a good conversation and men need sex. In a study published in the personality and social psychology bul...

It’s time to stop being a blob and get up, get out and get healthy

State Hornet Staff

April 15, 2014

Every week, a workout regimen is taped to my calendar and every week it goes undone. Healthy living is desired by everyone, but seems hard to obtain with such a busy lifestyle. We are all stuck in the normal routine of life and even if it is chaotic and constantly changing, it is still relatively predic...

April is Autism awareness month and deserves student attention and support

State Hornet Staff

April 8, 2014

April is autism awareness month, dedicated to the sharing of information people should take the effort to pay attention. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention 2012 annual autism report, over the last year the prevalence of autism in the United States has risen from 1 in 68 to 1 in ...

Scholarship deadlines are over and students begin preparing for the next round of applications

State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2014

Multiple opportunities throughout the semester lend students to gain some extra money to put towards education; over the spring break was one such opportunity students took.March 1-28 is the time for posting scholarships, but also the deadline for students to turn in their paperwork. This can add stress...

You only live once so don’t be stupid

State Hornet Staff

March 18, 2014

YOLO – You only live once – is the movement that encourages stupidity among young and middle-aged adults to justify going crazy, in fear their last day may come unexpectedly.The term was coined by rapper Drake in his song “The Motto” in 2011, and inspires younger generations to follow his saying...

CVS Pharmacy ceases sales of tobacco products

State Hornet Staff

March 13, 2014

CVS Pharmacy announced in February they will no longer sell tobacco products beginning in October.This is a step in the right direction and will hopefully create a movement in the pharmaceutical community to follow the leader.Selling tobacco products seems to not align with a business that promotes being heal...

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