The State Hornet

For some students, it’s family over everything

Tiffany Martel

November 9, 2015

When we are younger, we want to be independent; it's part of acquiring autonomy as a toddler and it seeps into our teenage years.. All we want to do is hang out with our friends, and "would rather die" than be seen with our family. You'd be considered "uncool" when you were younger if you wou...

The ‘yous’ in people’s lives serve as mentors and much more

State Hornet Staff

April 8, 2014

There is always one person you will never forget. It could be a relative, an ex, a teacher or a stranger, but they impacted a part of your life and for that they will always be on a shelf somewhere in your heart. Think of the person that taught you a skill: how to tie your shoe, make macaroni and cheese or what H2...

Buzz of the Crowd: Football feels presence of Bloomfield’s spirit

After entering Hornet Field, the players paused for a moment of silence for the loss of their late teammate No. 43 John Bloomfield. Bloomfield passed away Sunday, Oct. 21.

State Hornet Staff

October 31, 2012

Some believe that when a person dies it is not necessarily the end.John Bloomfield has not been on the football field with his teammates since week one of the season, but his presence was felt when the Hornets knocked off No. 11 Cal Poly.The death of their teammate has been extremely emotional to Sacramen...

Recruiting process brings scholarship opportunities

Joe Davis

October 10, 2012

To the novice fan, building a powerhouse football program may seem simple. The thought is recruiters need to go out and get the best players in the country, hand out a scholarship and bang, Sacramento State national championships will come rolling in. The truth is, it is not that easy. There are many factors...

Volleyball teammates aid each other in team’s season success

State Hornet Staff

September 19, 2012

Jessie Genger and Kayla Beal are two of the Sacramento State women’s volleyball team leaders that are enjoying every minute of their time on the court, but they look forward to a bright future off the court. Both players have been major contributors to the team early in the season, but they have taken v...

Buzz of the Crowd: What big wins mean for small college teams

State Hornet Staff

September 12, 2012

College football starts off the same way every season: Most big NCAA football programs play smaller schools and cruise to a commanding victory. Oregon State and the University of Colorado are no exceptions to this rule. During the past decade, the two teams have hosted schools with smaller football programs lik...

The cycle of health: make healthy choices while influencing others to do the same

Be firm with your choices about food and don't let others discourage you or make choices for you. 

Janice Daniels

February 24, 2012

One of the hardest parts about losing weight is telling people. Not just telling people you're losing weight, but telling people you are no longer going to eat the crap they serve you – especially when they're good friends and family. As I did more research on food and health, I stopped eating many...