The State Hornet

Men’s basketball finishes season in third place, will not host conference tournament

State Hornet Staff

March 7, 2015

With Sacramento State men’s basketball’s 70-68 loss today at Northern Arizona University, coupled with wins by University of Montana and Eastern Washington University, the Hornets finished the conference season in third place and will not play host to the Big Sky Conference Tournament.Montana will h...

Men’s basketball to host Big Sky Conference tournament from The WELL if Hornets win league

State Hornet Staff

February 20, 2015

Sacramento State's men's basketball team will host the Big Sky Conference Championship from The WELL if the Hornets finish the conference season in first place, according to Interim Athletics Director Bill Macriss.Macriss said the school received word of the Big Sky's decision to allow the Hornets an in-house option ...

Sac State offers resources for students struggling with mental health

Jacob Abbott

October 1, 2014

Student Health and Counseling Services provide Sacramento State students struggling with mental health concerns resources to break down the barriers and stigmas keeping them from their potential success. Mental health is a state of well-being in which someone can cope with common stresses and liv...

Students discover healthy cooking

Kevin Hendricks

September 17, 2014

As students settle into the fall semester, many will make their way towards The WELL in order to take advantage of numerous health and fitness themed classes and activities that are offered.Of the many activities that students get to choose from, one very popular activity takes place in The Cove in the form ...

California State University mental health survey will measure campus perceptions

Ashley Hurtado

May 14, 2014

The California State University Chancellor’s Office, in partnership with two California agencies, surveyed Sacramento State students about their experiences with mental illness and mental health services on campus.Elizabeth Chapin, administrative support coordinator for the Chancellor’s Office said RAND Corporation a...

It’s time to stop being a blob and get up, get out and get healthy

State Hornet Staff

April 15, 2014

Every week, a workout regimen is taped to my calendar and every week it goes undone. Healthy living is desired by everyone, but seems hard to obtain with such a busy lifestyle. We are all stuck in the normal routine of life and even if it is chaotic and constantly changing, it is still relatively predic...

Students turn to The Well to relieve stress

Ashley Hurtado

February 26, 2014

As the semester progresses and course work becomes increasingly demanding, students are utilizing the Well to relieve stress that has built up the first couple weeks of school.Business administration major Ashley Pries said exercise helps her concentrate better, relieve stress and gain confidence. Before finding...

Expansion of Union and WELL will not include event center

State Hornet Staff

December 11, 2013

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez met with the Union WELL Inc. Board of Directors Monday to explain his decision for not approving the expansion of the University Union and WELL, which would have raised the Union fee for spring 2014.Instead, Gonzalez said he has decided to revise the plans t...

President decides not to raise University Union fee for spring

Imran Majid

December 4, 2013

While the Student Fee Advisory Committee approved the proposal to expand the University Union and WELL in October, Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez has decided to deny their recommendation.In a letter sent to the Union WELL Inc. Board of Directors in November, Gonzalez said the decision ...

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