The State Hornet

Sexual assault down from 2012

Kellie McCown

October 8, 2014

While sexual assault on California colleges and universities has been on the rise, Sacramento State has seen a significant drop in reported sexual assault cases on campus since 2012.The mandated annual Clery Report shows one reported forcible sexual assault case on campus in 2013, with no forcible incid...

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State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2014

Many women feel defeated the moment privacy is questioned, with regard to their own bodies. So when a court ruling excused a man who routinely took pictures up women’s skirts, people have to wonder how low society will stoop. Earlier in March, Massachusetts court set a precedent that taking photos up ...

Civil rights for transgender people

Jaime Carrillo

September 4, 2013

Every generation since America’s birth has crucified the previous one for being a little late to adapt to the new generation’s forward thinking, especially when it comes to social issues. Many transgender people are still widely misunderstood and under-represented, but with the new bill AB1266 they may fin...

Sac State students against plastic bag use

James Alamillo works up the crowd at a rally staged before the LA City Council vote to ban plastic bags in Los Angeles, California, on May 23, 2012 (Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Isabel Ward

May 14, 2013

Sacramento State students are sending a message to local government and advocating a halt on plastic bag usage on campus in order to promote a healthier, cleaner environment. Freshman electrical and electronic engineering major Andrew Saechao, who has researched the overuse of plastic bags on campus, ...