The State Hornet

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 ...

Rainbow Alliance to become more inclusive at Sac State

David Phan

March 6, 2015

The Queer Straight Alliance Club at Sacramento State changed its name to Rainbow Alliance this semester as part of a plan to restart after inactivity and conflicts between officers.Program Coordinator for the Pride Center Chris Kent, 27, a history graduate student who has been managing student employ...

Facebook crosses line by deleting drag queen accounts

State Hornet

September 29, 2014

Facebook has been shutting down the profiles of drag queens and other performers who use stage names as their account name and not their birth names.Facebook claims the owners of the profiles did not comply with the site’s requirements that users go by their “real names” on their profiles.Wrong, Fac...

Ways to relieve stress during a busy semester

Jasmine Alston and Justyce Mirjanovic

September 24, 2014

It is very common for students to become stressed but there are several things students can do to prevent a mental breakdown.“To decrease stress levels, I would suggest students look for ways to find balance, practice self-care and take care of their overall health and well-being,” said Jennifer Burton...

Greeks unite to co-sponsor PRIDE Week

State Hornet Staff

April 8, 2014

For the first time ever, Sacramento State’s Greek community co-sponsored PRIDE Week to boost participation and create a collaboration with school entities and student organizations.“This is an opportunity for our centers to collaborate with student organizations and to make PRIDE Week a success,” said Gaby...

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...

Local church opens doors with LGBTQ

Kevin Hendricks

November 6, 2013

The Table at United Methodist Church is a local church that aims to open its congregation to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community while shedding the image of being intolerant.Located at 5265 H Street, The Table under the leadership of co-pastors Matt Smith and Linda Dew-Hiersoux...

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...