Opinion

The State Hornet
Volunteering is helpful for future career opportunities

Mar 18, 2014

Aside from the heavy workload at school and the list of other life priorities,  Sacramento State students find ways to get involved in volunteer organizations to give back to their community. 



The State Hornet
Bridging the pay gap and ending gender inequality

Mar 18, 2014

During President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address earlier this year, he urged for the end to the embarrassing gender pay gap. Although women make up half of the workforce, they are only making 77 cents per every dollar men earn.



The State Hornet
You only live once so don’t be stupid

Mar 18, 2014

YOLO – You only live once – is the movement that encourages stupidity among young and middle-aged adults to justify going crazy, in fear their last day may come unexpectedly.



The Sac Rag
Look who made the “Frozen” DVD/BluRay combo pack

Mar 18, 2014
Look who made the “Frozen” DVD/BluRay combo pack

Choice placement for CBS13/CW31′s Mark S. Allen on the DVD cover for “Frozen,” sure to be one of the biggest releases in recent years. And he’s 100% right by the way–it’s snark-proof.

MidLifeBloggers
The Museum of Extraordinary Things is keeping me up at night

Mar 18, 2014

Hoffman has created a mashup of genres: historical fiction, magical realism, and bodice-ripping romance. Yes, it really is that terrible.

The State Hornet
Gov. Christie faces campaigns difficulties with Bridgegate

Mar 17, 2014

If you thought nothing could be more painful than getting booed off stage for the Super Bowl hand off ceremony, try getting compared to Nixon and the Watergate incident.

The State Hornet
CVS Pharmacy ceases sales of tobacco products

Mar 13, 2014

CVS Pharmacy announced in February they will no longer sell tobacco products beginning in October.

The Sac Rag
Arjun Goes to Wizard World [PHOTOS]

Mar 12, 2014
Arjun Goes to Wizard World [PHOTOS]

Arjun Singh, percussionist with Wallpaper and YouTuber behind “The Public Access Show,” was rubbing elbows with the Sacramento geek community last weekend at the inaugural Wizard World convention. Here are some photo highlights:

The State Hornet
People focus too much on money and not enough on other aspects of life

Mar 11, 2014

Money doesn’t make society happy, but spending it does.



The State Hornet
Course evaluations are vital for class improvements

Mar 11, 2014

Student course evaluations need to be taken seriously because without feedback, professors are unaware of necessary improvements and suggestions made by students. 





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