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Sacramento LGBT community leaders to hold rally outside Faces nightclub in light of Orlando mass shooting

Sacramento LGBT community leaders to hold rally outside Faces nightclub in light of Orlando mass shooting

Barbara Harvey

June 12, 2016

Fifty people were killed and another 53 were wounded after a gunman opened fire at the popular gay nightclub, Pulse, in Orlando, Florida early Sunday in the worst mass shooting in American history. In an act of support for the victims, The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is organizing a rally...

Former Nigerian President’s media spokesman met with local LGBT community leader

Vu Chau

April 24, 2016

Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan cancelled his Sacramento State appearance at the 25th annual Peace Awards Dinner and Dance due to a sudden illness on Friday, April 22 and was replaced by his media spokesman, Reno Omokri. “When Africans have the flu, it’s not something they’re used to,...

PRIDE Center hosts queer picnic on Library Quad to celebrate Pride Week

Marvin Davis

April 8, 2016

On April 7 at 12 p.m. on the Library Quad, the PRIDE Center held a picnic open to all in celebration of Pride Week and LGBT students. The PRIDE Center, the Student Health Center and the Lavender Library all held booths at the picnic. They were each there in support of Pride Week while also gi...

Sac State holds Brown Bag Series for LGBT

Brian Ratto

October 26, 2015

Sacramento State women's studies Professor Tristan Josephson led a discussion titled "Trans-migrants in Immigration Detention" in the University Union Orchard Suite 2 at noon on Oct. 21. The talk was part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series: Queer Studies in Conversation sponsored by the PRIDE Cente...

More Than Marriage event highlights ongoing LGBTQ struggles

David Phan

March 11, 2015

The PRIDE Center went over facts about the LGBTQ youth population other than marriage inequality in the Multicultural Center with its More Than Marriage program, revealing gaps in healthcare, employment equality, social justice and housing.Participants included students from the Leadership Initiative ...

Mills College makes history

Alexis Atwood

September 11, 2014

Mills College, an all-women’s college in Oakland, has let history walk through its front doors as it is the first of the 119 single-sex colleges in the country to ever consider accepting transgender people.The school will be the only college allowing applicants to choose their gender as long as that choice...

Students should not make light of the LGBT laws in Russia as well as the rest of the world

State Hornet Staff

February 26, 2014

The Millennial generation is the most uninformed generation on world news, but have the most technology and resources in reach to make a change and a change in Russia is needed.Millennials, or Generation Y, were born between the years 1980 and 2000. According to Sacramento State enrollment trends, a...

Progressive fraternity establishes itself at Sac State

Progressive fraternity establishes itself at Sac State

Kaitlin Sansenbach

April 30, 2013

Unity, progression and brotherhood are the foundation of the Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity on campus; an all-male fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men. The 11 members of the Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity have found a haven of acceptance and equality through their brotherhood. T...

Pride Center holds forum on the role of LGBT athletes in sports.

Out of the Locker Room helper Kalyn Coppedge prepares the participants to get into small groups on Thursday at The Well.

Fabian Garcia

March 19, 2013

Sacramento State’s Pride Center hosted an open discussion called “Out in the Locker Room” on Thursday to address issues homosexual and transgender athletes face at the collegiate level. While stigmas about homosexuality have certainly diminished in modern society, nearly 40 guests in attendance...

LGBT stereotypes present in ‘Glee’

Nick Scheuer

November 7, 2012

The Fox television series “Glee” is often touted as one of the most inclusive and diverse television shows on the air right now, when that is not true at all. Even though it’s regarded as advancing the LGBT cause, the show actually reinforces gay and lesbian stereotypes, which is only exacerbate...