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Cultural appropriation on Halloween

Oct 28, 2015

Though the spirit of Halloween is celebrated in many different ways, it is important to keep in mind while deciding on a costume that other people’s cultures and ceremonial garbs are not acceptable choices.

Student safety should be prioritized

Oct 14, 2015

Shootings on college campuses are a terrifying but real specter that can terrorize a community. From Virginia Tech to the recent Umpqua Community College shooting, Sacramento State as a campus must acknowledge that this type of event can happ...

Staying green is a priority at Sac State

Sep 30, 2015

At times when “going green” seems more like a nuisance than a benefit, it is important to remember that every bottle we recycle and every ounce of food we compost is propelling us forward into an age of sustainability.

Sac State volleyball downs Davis in straight sets

Sep 15, 2015

Sacramento State volleyball defeated UC Davis on the road, taking all three sets on Tuesday evening (26-24, 25-20, 25-15).

Volleyball improves to 10-1

Sep 13, 2015

The Sacramento State volleyball team won all four of its matches to take first place at the Bulldog Showdown hosted by Fresno State University on Friday and Saturday.

Sac State hosts SSIS major fair

Sep 8, 2015

Students walking past the Hornet bookstore may have noticed the social science and interdisciplinary science major fair.

Margulies bats over .400; softball eligible to clinch Big Sky Tournament spot

Apr 27, 2015

Sasha Margulies and Alexa Chattleton of Sacramento State softball are putting together productive seasons at the plate, but personal accolades do not mean anything to them if it doesn’t help them accomplish winning a Big Sky Conference Championship.

Baseball continues season-high nine-game road trip

Apr 27, 2015

For the second time in the last month, the 2015 Sacramento State baseball team is on a lengthy road trip featuring contests against Western Athletic Conference foes and nonconference opponents.

Hornets’ varsity four takes gold at WIRA Championships

Apr 26, 2015

The Sacramento State women's rowing team competed in the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships this past weekend at Lake Natoma.

Hornets break into top five multiple times in Brutus Hamilton Open

Apr 26, 2015

Sacramento State track and field traveled to Berkeley, California and competed in the two-day Brutus Hamilton Open on April 24 and 25.

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