The State Hornet

Creative Queens pop-up art show celebrates women and equality

Jessica Hice

March 16, 2016

Sacramento State is celebrating Women’s “HerStory” for the entire month of March. Wednesday will explore “Woman Love” in the form of a pop-up art show in collaboration with the local art and culture community. Presented by the Sol Collective in Sacramento and the Women’s Resource Center on campus, the C...

Queen Bey doing feminism her way or the highway

Beyonce poses backstage during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014.

Allen J. Schaben

September 17, 2014

Queen Bey is becoming the face of female empowerment. As a self-proclaimed feminist, her role in the media is vital to bringing feminism to mainstream America.Beyoncé Knowles has become a role model for young girls and women alike. She is most recognized for her singing voice; however, her voice of...

Students should not make light of the LGBT laws in Russia as well as the rest of the world

State Hornet Staff

February 26, 2014

The Millennial generation is the most uninformed generation on world news, but have the most technology and resources in reach to make a change and a change in Russia is needed.Millennials, or Generation Y, were born between the years 1980 and 2000. According to Sacramento State enrollment trends, a...

People need to pull away from outdated social norms and be more accepting of each other

People need to pull away from outdated social norms and be more accepting of each other

State Hornet Staff

February 26, 2014

Perception is the axis society rotates around. Everything is based on what is “acceptable behavior,” but in practice, people are far from achieving it. People are supposedly equal, yet we fight amongst ourselves over racism, what constitutes marriage, gender roles, individual choices and religion....

First Amendment rights discussed after President Gonzalez censors art student’s work

State Hornet Staff

February 19, 2014

Confusion and discomfort remain on how society intends to blur racial and ethnic diversities, when a long-standing effort was committed to separate and keep groups apart. This is why graduating senior Christina Edwards’ display of reverse-racism last December was both compelling and insightful.Edwards, a...

As Prop. 8 resurfaces nationally, pride week ignites on Sac State’s campus

As Prop. 8 resurfaces nationally, pride week ignites on Sac State's campus

Isabel Ward

April 9, 2013

Proposition 8 made its way back into the national conversation just in time for Pride Week, which started Monday.  The debate has reached a pinnacle as the case finally made it to Supreme Court.   Passed in 2008, proposition 8 defines marriage as an act between a man and a woman and therefore does not reco...