The State Hornet

Game comes to life in the University Union

Marissa Montoya

November 5, 2015

Life is all fun and games as innocent children trading hundreds of thousands of paper dollars and hoping to pick the rock star career and $100,000 salary cards. On Monday, Oct. 26, Sacramento State students were able to play a real-life version of the board game using more practical career choices...

Wednesday’s Nooner helps to celebrate Mexican independence

Nancy Rebolledo

September 24, 2015

An invitation to get to know one another's culturesLast Wednesday’s nooner “El Grito” was attributed to those of Hispanic heritage, in celebration of Mexican Independence Day. All students passing the Serna Plaza by the Union were able to enjoy traditional music by Mariachi los Versatiles and Tam...

Exhibit: Treasure Revealed

“Einstein/Rhythm and Hue” painted by artist David Garibaldi is featured in the Treasure Revealed Art Gallery located on the second floor of the University Union.

Alyson Poveda

September 10, 2015

The University Union Gallery presented the Treasure Revealed exhibit on Thursday, Sept. 3, which exhibits a few of the art pieces that California State University, Sacramento has around campus.The exhibition was intended to showcase the diverse cultural arts of Sacramento State.“The campus owns thousa...

California Faculty Association continue negotiations with Cal State

State Hornet Staff

May 7, 2014

After approximately 15 years of growing distrust and disrespect between California State University faculty and management, a system-wide union is demanding to receive salary raises promised more than seven years ago.In the midst of negotiating a new collective bargaining contract, leading members of ...

Associated Students Inc. election results announced, as uncontested candidates confirmed as directors

State Hornet Staff

April 24, 2014

Associated Students Inc. elections concluded Wednesday with an 8.4 percent student voter turnout, down 5.6 percent from last year.Senior math and science major Emilia Calderon said a student boycott of the elections made a good point ASI might not advertise enough, but contestants are not to blame. Ou...

EDITORIAL: Summer school is too expensive

Opinion staff

May 11, 2011

Set the term to summer 2011, search for classes, find a class, add the class, hit the checkout button. Now that signing up is done, how much is the outstanding balance? Oh, only $1,123. Wait, what? More than $1,100 for a three-unit class? What is this madness? For a thousand dollars more, you could go up ...

Labor relation negotiations continue for CFA and CSUS

Brett Johnson

April 27, 2011

The California Faculty Association and the California State University chancellor's office have furthered negotiations regarding their labor relations, proposing changes that could affect Sacramento State faculty and students. Faculty and the CSU system are in the process of renewing the contract that...