The State Hornet

Climate change conference comes to campus

Panelists speak on issues regarding water, fire and fish in California during the second day of the

Joel Boland

April 11, 2016

Sacramento State hosted a conference this week to debate and find solutions to adapt to climate change in California. “Water and Fire: Impacts of Climate Change” took place over two days on Sunday and Monday in the University Union. The event was orchestrated by the Institute on Science for Gl...

Brown and Kashkari challenge each other in Gubernatorial Debate

State Hornet Staff

September 10, 2014

Neel Kashkari made his presence known as a candidate for governor of California after incumbent Jerry Brown accepted his proposal for a one-hour debate.Reporters from the Los Angeles Times, Telemundo 52 and The California Channel asked both candidates their stance on California's drought, the high-spee...

Students share latest research on migration for One World Initiative

State Hornet Staff

April 23, 2014

Students and professors gathered  to celebrate the second annual One World Initiative to share their latest projects and research at the Union Monday afternoon. Migration was the theme for this year’s One World Initiative which focused on animal and human migration due to mainly environmental factor...

Rain finally comes to Sacramento

Andrew Paunon

January 29, 2014

Sacramento has received rain after setting a record of 52 consecutive days without precipitation.The previous record of 46 days was set in 1884, according to Mark Finan, chief meteorologist at KCRA.“The streak is noteworthy and historic,” Finan said. “But just because the streak is over does no...

President Alexander Gonzalez announces more new faculty, campus improvements

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez gives his bi-annual address in the University Union Ballroom Thursday.

Cesar Alexander

January 23, 2014

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez presented his 2014 spring address Thursday, addressing the goals and accomplishments the university has for the semester.Gonzalez announced 33,000 students applied for the fall, which is close to an all-time high and is positive news for school revenue.In rela...