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Denise Barajas

December 3, 2015

The holidays are here, and while many students are eager to head home to their families, many are forced to spend the holidays away from home. For these students, the holidays can be pretty bittersweet when they are off in college and home is too far away for them to get to. Time off from exa...

AirBnB is an easy target for burglars

State Hornet

October 26, 2014

AirBnB is a website that allows homeowners to turn their extra living space into a hotel space for a night. It may seem like a simple way to set up a bed and breakfast in your guest room: hand your guest a set of house keys, make the bed with a fresh set of sheets and make sure a serving of breakfast ...

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 ...

Sac State students talk about what makes them feel part of the campus community

Isabel Ward

March 23, 2013

Sacramento State students voiced what they like about the campus and about being a Sac State Hornet. I went out and interviewed several students to get their perspective on what makes them feel at home here. “This is a second home for me because I’m always here,” said senior biology major Tina Dui...

Start your day with a protein-rich breakfast

One serving of Canadian bacon contains eight grams of protein and one egg contains six grams of protein.

McClatchy Tribune

September 19, 2012

Feeling hungry and thinking about food can be very distracting when you’re trying to concentrate in class. According to a study by the University of Kansas Medical Center, skipping breakfast increases brain activity associated with hunger and cravings prior to lunchtime. Eating a breakfast high in prote...

Men’s soccer defeats San Diego in overtime

State Hornet Staff

September 5, 2012

With a diving goal by Matt Linenberger less than two minutes into overtime, Sacramento State Men’s soccer team defeated the University of San Diego 2-1 on Friday at Hornet Field during the team’s home opener. With the majority of the game defined by 24 fouls and five yellow cards, the Hornets were the fi...