The State Hornet

“Yes” on arena delivers new debt, not new experience

State Hornet Staff

November 4, 2014

What’s going to cost you $219 dollars more a semester if it passes the special student referendum vote on December 2 and 3? The proposed Student Center Arena, brought to you by a handful of students as a semester long campaign project.The way they are going about it is “discreet” to say the least....

Four year graduation expectations are unrealistic

Four year graduation expectations are unrealistic

Natalie Gray

October 8, 2013

As incoming freshmen, most students were made to believe they could complete college in four years, but here at California State Universities, taking a steady 12 units each semester is considered a “full load.” This could not be further from the truth.Using simple math, one can calculate that taking...

CSU campuses may see reduced police force in upcoming years

CSU campuses may see reduced police force in upcoming years

Fabian Garcia

May 7, 2013

If the California State University police union and the California State University administration cannot come to an agreement soon, CSU campuses throughout the state may see a reduced police force in upcoming years.   The Statewide University Police Association and the CSU system are currently at an imp...

New proposal to change general education requirements

Alex Slavas

May 2, 2012

A proposal that will revamp Sacramento State’s general education requirements will go into effect fall 2013 if approved by the university’s faculty senate. With the intent of creating a general education program closely following that of the entire CSU system, a committee of the university propos...

Sac State president announces possible tuition increase

Mallory Fites

May 11, 2011

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez today released an update with his stance on a proposed oil severance tax and the possibility of a tuition increase for next spring. The update was spurred by his recent meeting in Long Beach with the California State University Board of Trustees. Approval of...