The State Hornet

No student should be left to struggle alone

Devina Singh

November 30, 2015


Filed under Opinion

Imagine sitting on the warm sand alongside the ocean that anchors the beautiful Golden Gate bridge. You close your eyes and listen to the soothing sound of the waves forming after one another. The endless negative thoughts finally meet an end, and you are here solely in this moment. You are peaceful...

Death with Dignity should not be judged.

Rachel Rosenbaum

November 3, 2014


Filed under Opinion

As society sees waves of humanitarian issues; abortion, gay rights, women’s rights; one that is currently at the forefront of major discussion is the “right to die”. Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old diagnosed with a terminal brain cancer, made headlines when she publicly announced her decision ...

College students more prone to depression

Virginia McCormick

September 24, 2014


Filed under Culture

The average age of onset for many mental health conditions range from 18 to 24 years old- which also happens to be the typical college age range.This comes from The Jed Foundation, an organization that aims to have a positive impact on college students’ depression and suicide rates.“College is cert...

Second annual Out of the Darkness walk brings awareness to suicide prevention

Kayla Oliverio

April 6, 2013


Filed under Community

The second annual Out of the Darkness suicide awareness walk moved through campus Thursday evening with about 713 participants in tow. Out of the Darkness is a program backed by Sacramento State’s Active Minds Peer Health Educators and Student Health and Counseling Services along with the American F...