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Useful apps for time gaps

Kaitlin Sansenbach January 8, 2014

Today’s upgraded technology has led businesses to create some of the most useful and entertaining applications people have seen in years. Everything from resourceful tools to mindless games are just...

Students develop games for 30 hours at hackathon event

Daisy Aguilar November 13, 2013

The Sacramento State Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers hosted a hackathon event Nov. 9 and 10 that allowed students to build games and programs for 30 straight hours.Havok, a provider of interactive...

Buzz of the Crowd: There is no place like your home court

State Hornet Staff December 5, 2012

Some teams wish they could just click their heels and say there is no place like home.While L. Frank Baum coined the phrase in his 1900 literary masterpiece, “The Wizard of Oz”, it holds true in the...

Men’s basketball signs two newbies

Joe Davis December 5, 2012

When Sacramento State men’s basketball head coach Brian Katz took the job at Sac State he envisioned building a winning program which all Hornets, past and present, could be proud of. Five years in,...

Runners brace for cold

Runners brace for cold
James Heck November 28, 2012

During the winter months, sporting events can face unexpected scheduling issues, facing either suspensions of games or canceling of games altogether.   Many sports have the luxury of being...

What the Heck? Is with school spirit?

James Heck October 2, 2012

When it comes to school participation at sporting events at Sacramento State, it is not the buzz of hornets I hear – it is the sound of crickets. I think a major problem with the lack of school participation...

Buzz of the Crowd: Hornets seek advantage with offensive coordinator

State Hornet Staff October 2, 2012

Every team seeks an edge against the competition, be it through scouting, recruiting or special training regiments. Sacramento State is no exception to this rule.This week, the Hornets will travel to Southern...

Buzz of the Crowd: Trio of running backs; help or harm?

Sacramento State junior running back Ezekiel Graham runs for the endzone in its loss against North Dakota on Saturday. 
State Hornet Staff September 25, 2012

In football, teams are lucky to have one premier running back to lean on, let alone three.But what if it actually harms the chemistry of the offense?In 2009, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson...

Wii U just an update

Sergio Pecanha color illustration of Sony Playstation vs Nintendo Wii, set up as paddles in a game of Pong.
Nathan Mendelowitz September 18, 2012

With the always changing environment in the video game world, it’s no surprise to see a new console being released this holiday season. However, the Wii U, which gaming giant Nintendo is releasing, is...

Water polo program absent as school neglects current pool

State Hornet Staff September 18, 2012

When Sacramento State students think of the aquatics program, they often picture the rowing team floating down the American river in perfect unison or the fun summer days spent at the university’s aquatic...

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