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Sac State investigates case of alleged disenrollment

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Jonathan Ayestas

September 6, 2015

Sacramento State is investigating a case where a professor in the History Department allegedly disenrolled a student from his class after denying the Native American genocide. Official university response available here: @PrezNelsen @sacstate @VinceSchilling — Sac St...

Gymnasitcs drops a close meet against George Washington University

Sacramento State's senior gymnast Dallas Smith performs on beam for the Hornets in their meet at The Hornets Nest against San Jose State Spartans on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Smith placed eighth on beam with a score of 9.650, a season-high finish.

Karah Butac

February 7, 2015

The Sacramento State gymnastics team dropped a close contest Friday night against George Washington University in the Hornets’ Nest. The women were defeated 193.575-194.625 and were hampered by another fall on beam.Sophomore Julia Konner anchored the Hornets tonight as she recorded a team high and ...

Students overwhelmingly vote no for student event center in record turnout

Freshman bussiness major Bikyt Djaparou votes at a voting center outside the Union Wednesday Dec. 3 after class.

Kellie McCown

December 4, 2014

Students overwhelmingly voted against the proposed student event center and $219 per semester fee.About 7000 students voted online between Dec. 2 and 3 for the proposed student event center, with 79.6 percent voting no.The number of students who voted was a record turnout for the university.“I am pleas...

A thirst quenched, a penny saved

State Hornet Staff

September 30, 2014

The hydration stations on campus that refill containers for free have saved about 300,000 water bottles since additional locations were installed last year.That is 300,000 bottles that were not bought from vending machines or stores with the eventual risk of going into landfills instead of recycling. ...

Campus receives largest freshman class to date

Natasha Dodson

September 17, 2014

Sacramento State has broken records this 2014 fall semester with 3,700 freshmen entering, making it the biggest class in the university’s history.According to Emiliano Diaz, Director of Admissions, Sac State received a total of 21,055 applications during the priority filing period, with approximat...

Todd Davis humbled by NFL experience

State Hornet Staff

September 11, 2014

Former Sacramento State linebacker Todd Davis was released from the New Orleans Saints’ practice squad Sept. 4. He was originally signed by the team to a three-year contract June 23.Davis was replaced by second-year quarterback Ryan Griffin, who was waived Sept. 2 after the team re-signed receiver R...

Policy questioned in President’s search for new dean

Ashley Hurtado

September 3, 2014

In the first Sacramento State University Faculty Senate meeting of the 2014-2015 academic year, the Senate expressed their concerns regarding President Alexander Gonzalez’s role in nominating committee candidates for the Selection Advisory Committee.The committee will start searching for a new dean to...

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State Hornet Staff

May 14, 2014

People like to throw around the word “privilege” in regards to race and status, but many ignore the blatant male privilege happening every day. Privilege is when a group of people, not an individual, receives conscious or unconscious benefits based purely on a demographic trait or characteristic...

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...

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