The State Hornet

Amazon lockers removed at the request of UEI

Matthew Malone

December 2, 2014

The Amazon Locker installed in the University Union was removed Friday Nov. 21 after two months in service to avoid infringing on a contract between University Enterprises Inc. and the operator of the Hornet Bookstore.The bank of bright yellow lockers, placed outside the Game Room on Sept. 18, was part of Amazon Lock...

Tips jars not allowed on food counters at CSUS

State Hornet

September 25, 2014

Tip jars are not allowed to be displayed at University Enterprises Inc. managed food counters on the Sacramento State campus. The reasoning for this restriction is to not make student customers feel obligated to leave a tip.It may not seem like a big deal to those who have not worked in food or servi...

Tips not guaranteed for employees on campus

Zack Jordan

September 17, 2014

Tip jars are not allowed at University Enterprises Inc. managed food service locations on Sacramento State’s campus. Jim Reinhart, executive director of UEI said gratuities are accepted by Epicure restaurant and catering employees. “We know that students may have a difficult time financin...

Dining Commons caters to students food and budget needs

State Hornet Staff

October 29, 2013

The Dining Commons is the cheapest place on campus to get food, if you sign up for a plan. There are no meal prepaid meal plans that end up costing more than $2.74 a meal, and it’s always all you can eat. It doesn’t matter whether you live on campus or off, are a student, a faculty member or on staff the...

EDITORIAL: Copy Graphic Center to close its doors forever


State Hornet Staff

December 5, 2012

The rhythmic hum of copy machines spitting out last-minute school projects, term papers and master’s theses will be forever silenced next week. After more than two decades, the Sacramento State Copy Graphics Center will close its doors on Dec. 14, leaving students without a vital campus resource. Univ...

Student employees can have positive experience

Kiran Kaur

September 19, 2012

Sacramento State students can gain work experience based on their majors and is more convenient to work on campus than off campus. Junior graphic design major Jessica Blizard, a paid student assistant for Director of Marketing Services Angela Rader, said besides the reasonable, flexible schedule with sc...