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Baseball team falls short against New Mexico State

Baseball team falls short against New Mexico State

Jerod Moreno
May 1, 2016
Filed under Sports

Sacramento State baseball failed to even the series as New Mexico State won 6-2 on Saturday in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The two teams are now tied for second place with each other in the Western Athletic Conference standings. Before this series began, New Mexico State had lost four of its last five i...

Hornet softball swept by Weber State

Hornet softball swept by Weber State

Connor Ashford
May 1, 2016
Filed under Sports

A close game saw the Sacramento State softball team come up short in extras to Weber State, losing by a final of 4-3 in 14 innings. After going down in order in the top half of the inning, Hornet pitcher Savanna Corr got the ball to start the game on defense. After allowing a leadoff walk and sing...

Woman’s body found near Sac State, possible homicide

Jacob Abbott
April 29, 2016
Filed under News

UPDATED: A woman’s body was found floating in the American River near Sacramento State on Friday morning. Sacramento Police Department Lieutenant Glen Faulkner said the body had signs of trauma inconsistent with a drowning accident. Faulkner called in homicide detectives to help determine the cause of...

Sac State connects with local students

Sac State connects with local students

Milagros Gomez
April 28, 2016
Filed under News

The 65th Street Corridor Community Collaborative Project will soon end another semester of their tutoring/mentoring program with local schools in the area with the help of Sacramento State faculty and student volunteers. The 65th Street Corridor Project implements a support system for Will C. Wood Middle Schoo...

Faculty Senate nominates officers for next school year

Faculty Senate nominates officers for next school year

State Hornet Staff
April 27, 2016
Filed under News

The Sacramento State Faculty Senate held two sequential meetings on Thursday, April 21 in the University Union Foothill Suite.The first of the two meetings focused on nominating Senate officers for the 2016-17 Faculty Senate, while the second meeting proceeded like prior meetings and focused on previously...

Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

Sac State students go on to CSU research competition

State Hornet Staff
April 27, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State will be sending 11 students to the 30th annual California State University Research Competition at CSU Bakersfield on April 29 and 30.The students representing Sacramento State in the competition are as follows: Morgan Garvey, psychology; Didier “D.J.” Mponte, electrical and electronic e...

Blood Drive comes to campus

Blood Drive comes to campus

Andrew Brown
April 25, 2016
Filed under News

Sacramento State will be holding two blood drives sponsored by BloodSource on Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27 in the University Union Ballroom. BloodSource's Be the Match program will also be available to donors on both days. The program allows people to sign up and get matched with indi...

Internship week kicks off at Sac State

Internship week kicks off at Sac State

State Hornet Staff
April 25, 2016
Filed under News

The week of April 25 to 29 will be dedicated to helping Sacramento State students procure internships.The events, which will end with the Fun in the Sun Fair, will take place in the University Union’s Forest Suite on the second floor. The fair, however, will take place in the Library Quad from 10 a.m. t...

Sac state students elect Patrick Dorsey as the new ASI president

Yieng Xiong
April 21, 2016
Filed under News

At the 2016 Associated Students, Inc. elections, which had the highest voter turnout in 11 years at Sacramento State, one team took a majority win after the results were announced. After three weeks of ASI candidates campaigning and three days of students voting, a total of 4,462 students—15.5 percen...

Students enjoy snacks and music at Elections Carnival

Yieng Xiong
April 21, 2016
Filed under News

Students were able to enjoy music, eat cotton candy and play games during the Election Carnival hosted by Associated Students, Inc. on Wednesday, April 20. Online voting kicked-off Tuesday morning, and the polling booths on campus opened today. ASI is hoping to inform students about the elections an...

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