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The WELL offers healthy cooking demonstrations

Students listen to Scott Brown and Janice Garcia talk about nutrition, diet and how to cook. The Well, The Cove, Oct. 15, 2015

Nancy Rebolledo

October 19, 2015

Grab a friend and register for a cooking demo class in the Cove at the WELL. Throughout the semester, presentations will be taking place at least twice a month for those who are interested in learning how to cook new and healthy dishes. The cooking demo is part of the Health and Wellness Program...

Free stuff motivates students to avoid phones in class

Nadine Tanjuakio l @nadinetanj

September 22, 2015

Sigma Chi brothers and schoolmates Mitch Gardner and Robert Richardson launched a new app called Pocket Points. The app was designed to motivate students to not use their phones during class. If a user didn't touch their phone, they would be rewarded a point after a certain amount of time. The ...

Dog days of summer

Alexis Atwood

September 10, 2014

Gov. Jerry Brown recently passed a bill that would allow dogs into restaurants. Granted, dogs can only be in the outside sections of restaurants and would not be allowed in if it has a history of attacking people.This may get Fido out of the scorching sun while you enjoy lunch, he should ultimately b...

University Enterprises Inc. plans additional eateries, renovations

State Hornet Staff

April 2, 2014

University Enterprises Inc. Board of Directors voted March 20 to approve funding of up to $250,000 for Riverfront Center exterior improvements. As a non-profit auxiliary organization of Sac State, UEI does not use any student fees or tuition to pay for projects.UEI Executive Director Jim Reinhart said ...

Dining Commons caters to students food and budget needs

State Hornet Staff

October 29, 2013

The Dining Commons is the cheapest place on campus to get food, if you sign up for a plan. There are no meal prepaid meal plans that end up costing more than $2.74 a meal, and it’s always all you can eat. It doesn’t matter whether you live on campus or off, are a student, a faculty member or on staff the...

Hungry students need later food options

State Hornet Staff

October 22, 2013

The food services at Sacramento State close too early at night considering some students are in class until 10 p.m. and many stay on campus through the night. In fact, Burger King, Round Table and the Courtyard Market, which is attached to the American River Courtyard, are the only food services open past ...

College students who stay at home receive the benefits

Anthony Nathan

May 29, 2013

The difference between high school and college is the magnitude of choices. In high school, classes, for the most part, are assigned with limited options for students. Attendance is mandatory by law and living arrangements are reduced to mostly bunking up with family members. In college, students are ...

Animal style fries to satisfy those pesky fast food cravings

The perfect animal style fries consists of a lot of shredded cheese.

Cody Powell-McClintick

May 10, 2013

Straight from the legendary secret menu of In-N-Out, the cheesy and crispy animal style fries will burn a hot and spicy image into your taste bud memory. When people are asked to think of American food, the first thing that pops into their heads is usually fast food. While this may be reflecting a n...

Put a polka dot surprise in your cake

Polka dot cakes are popular on Pinterest and, although it looks challenging to make, it is easier than you think. Get creative and try different colors for the polka dots inside the cake.

Hope Roberts

May 1, 2013

The only thing better than surprising someone with a cake is surprising that person with a cake that has a surprise inside of it. A polka dot cake is a creative idea to try, and will have others double- taking at their slices of cake and curious as to how the dots were placed inside. Polka dot cakes a...

An easy strawberry pie to make at home

With sweet strawberries, flaky crust and light whipped cream, everyone will love this sweet, vegan strawberry pie.

Janice Daniels

May 1, 2013

Strawberries are what kept me entertained as a child. on disgustingly hot summer days in my hometown of Redding, Calif., I can remember wanting nothing more than to sit in front of the TV - with a high-powered fan blowing in my face - and watch ZooM while popping whole strawberries in my mouth, one aft...

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