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How safe is sharing on social media?

Paris police reported that Kim Kardashian West was robbed of $11 million worth of jewelry at gunpoint in her luxury private apartment after the robbers tracked the reality star’s extreme public life on social media. Because of this high-profile case, many people began to wonder if oversharing on social media can possibly be a personal safety hazard.

Sharlene Phou

October 19, 2016

Pop culture followers were shocked on Oct. 3 when it was reported that reality star Kim Kardashian West was robbed of 11 million dollars of jewelry at gunpoint in her luxury Paris apartment. Local police said that the robbers tracked West’s multiple social media sites containing at least 85 million fo...

Women and allies set to Take Back the Night

Marissa Montoya

October 6, 2015

One in four women in the U.S. will suffer some kind of sexual violence in her lifetime. #StopVictimBlaming Violent crimes and sexual assault against women, children and marginalized people are usually about the perpetrator having a need to assert power and control. While these types of crimes...

Community Service Officers help maintain low crime rate

Ashley Hurtado

April 16, 2014

By having one of the largest Community Service Officer programs, Sacramento State remains one of the safest campuses in the California State University system.  According to the 2013 Campus Clery Report, from 2010 to 2012, Sac State experienced three forcible-sex-offenses, five robberies, five aggra...

Science department asks for new facilities, planetarium

Police say an attempted robbery took place across from Sequoia Hall on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018.

State Hornet Staff

March 19, 2014

In an effort to increase student safety and classroom space,  Sacramento State plans to replace small and outdated labs with an estimated $86 million science facility, which includes a planetarium.Approval of building the modern structure by California State University Chancellor Timothy White would l...

Sac Town Hopper provides safe rides for students to go out drinking

State Hornet Staff

February 19, 2014

Two sisters created a way for Sacramento State students to go out drinking without having to worry about driving under the influence.The Sac Town Hopper was founded in March 2012 by Sac State alumna Lisa Allen and her sister Laura Allen.Lisa Allen said she was always the designated driver when she went ou...

Air Force Reserve sexual assault presentation raises awareness

Kathleen Pizzo

November 13, 2013

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp held an open presentation Nov. 8 on sexual assault and harassment, designed to change the way both are perceived and handled on campus and in the Air Force.Squadron Commander for the detachment Ian Myles, who organized the event, said his emphasis was on the is...

Sacramento Hall side entrances will require keycard

Imran Majid

October 30, 2013

To prevent burglaries and other crimes, Sacramento Hall will require an electronic card to enter the side entrances beginning Friday.A number of recent security problems, including the entry of unstable individuals, made occupants feel insecure, according to a press release from Sacramento State Public Affairs....

EDITORIAL: Campus safety is everyone’s responsibility

EDITORIAL: Campus safety is everyone's responsibility

State Hornet Staff

February 6, 2013

As editors for this publication, we often work late nights and keep long, weird hours. We come to and leave from this campus at all hours of the night. We are some of the few people who know what this campus looks like as dawn breaks and as deep night comes, sodium lights casting eerie shadows across w...

Football takes home another conference win from Southern Utah

Football takes home another conference win from Southern Utah

State Hornet Staff

October 6, 2012

Sacramento State’s football team achieved something it has not managed in 21 years.The Hornets won their third consecutive road game after coming back in the fourth quarter to defeat Southern Utah University, 27-22 at Eccles Coliseum.“In the second half, we really pulled things together and played as a...

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...

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