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Rules for freshmen to survive their first year

Brittney Christ September 3, 2015

If this is your first semester at college, you are probably overwhelmed with the sheer capacity of freshman year. You might be nervous, full of angst, or even just merely excited. However, there are many...

Football signs 29 out of high school on National Signing Day

Mike McGough February 7, 2015

Sacramento State’s football team signed 29 athletes Wednesday, all from California high schools, who will join the Hornets in 2015.Known as National Signing Day, the first Wednesday of February marks...

Sac State offers real college experience

Marisa Hildebrand November 19, 2014

Sacramento State’s motto “Do the unexpected” seems more relevant than ever in a state that pits college against college in an attempt to be the best.This reporter knows first-hand the slanted remarks...

ILLUSTRATION: Daydreaming student

State Hornet Staff October 22, 2013

300 dpi Lee Hulteng llustration of daydreaming student. MCT 2011krtnational national; krtworld world; krt; krtcampus campus; mctillustration; 05005002; 05005003; EDU; high school; junior high school; krteducation...

No love in college

Kaitlin Sansenbach September 24, 2013

College is a time of self-discovery and the last chance to be selfish before embarking on a lifelong journey devoted to a career, family, stability and responsibility.Don’t get confused, this isn’t...

Sac State teaching credential program sees large number of graduates become coaches

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Joe Davis December 5, 2012

Greatness does not always have to be an innate quality. In the right environment, greatness is a trait that can be learned. Top-notch coaches and athletes can oftentimes be traced back to a particular...

Men’s basketball star point guard attempts to avoid sophomore slump

Sophomore point guard Dylan Garrity participates in basketball practice on Sept. 24. Last year Garrity was named Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year and tied a Sacramento State single-season record by averaging 6.9 assists per game.
Joe Davis October 30, 2012

How will Sacramento State men’s basketball point guard and 2011 Big Sky Conference Freshman Player of the Year Dylan Garrity avoid a sophomore slump? Garrity will get it done with hard work and a lack...

Recruiting process brings scholarship opportunities

Joe Davis October 9, 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...

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...

Volleyball teammates aid each other in team’s season success

State Hornet Staff September 18, 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...

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