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Deadpool proves successful with students on campus

Anna Agundez

February 19, 2016

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="f30b592a-d746-11e5-9a3e-3b7ad25329ff"}} After many successful rated PG-13 super hero films produced by Disney's Marvel, the Fox-produced Deadpool is released as a rated-R film for strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity causing...

Communications student dies from epileptic seizure

State Hornet Staff

May 16, 2014

Sacramento State communication studies student died following an epileptic seizure on May 6.Russell Nowotenski, 24, worked as a lab assistant for Communication Studies Chair Steven Buss and was enrolled in his advanced lighting class while working in Sutter Memorial’s emergency room. Friends and facu...

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

Vaughn delivers in latest movie

McClatchy Tribune

December 3, 2013

A lot of people can not fathom having one kid but imagine finding out you are the biological parent of more than 500 children.Actor Vince Vaughn (“The Internship” 2013, “The Watch” 2012, “Wedding Crashers” 2005), plays David Wozniak in Director Ken Scott’s dramatic comedy “Delivery Man...

Sac State students talk about what makes them feel part of the campus community

Isabel Ward

March 23, 2013

Sacramento State students voiced what they like about the campus and about being a Sac State Hornet. I went out and interviewed several students to get their perspective on what makes them feel at home here. “This is a second home for me because I’m always here,” said senior biology major Tina Dui...

Who is the hardest person to buy for?

Leticia Lopez

November 27, 2012

 Ashley Casaldarnos, junior, speech pathology “My step dad because he is a guy. I say guys in general (because) they are picky.”     Niteshwar Singh, freshman, biology My ex-girlfriend because I don’t know what the heck she (liked) and I just didn’t buy her anything that day. She liked gir...

Wii U just an update

Wii U just an update

Nathan Mendelowitz

September 18, 2012

With the always changing environment in the video game world, it’s no surprise to see a new console being released this holiday season. However, the Wii U, which gaming giant Nintendo is releasing, is nothing more than a glorified Wii not worth the time and money of gamers and shows a growing trend o...

Cespedes signs with Oakland, has big shoes to fill as Cuban-born big-leaguer

Alex Grotewohl

February 14, 2012

In an unexpected display of affluence Monday, the Oakland Athletics signed Cuban star Yoenis Cespedes to a four-year, $36 million deal. The contract appears to be a departure from General Manager Billy Beane's strategy of as recently as December, when he sold his fortune in young pitching talent for a ha...