The State Hornet

The State Hornet The State Hornet is the student-run campus newspaper of Sacramento State, covering topics of interest to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community. The newspaper operates 24/7 during the fall and spring semesters.

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US could learn to love futbol as much as football

Jun 26, 2014

With the decisive confrontation between the United States and Germany today, it’s become apparent the nation is coming together, regardless of age, gender, orientation and occupation to hope for the best with America’s recent success.



Sac State Starbucks will not offer ASU classes

Jun 24, 2014

Sacramento State University’s on-campus Starbucks, planned to open this fall, will not be providing the online educational opportunities Arizona State University offered through their recent partnership with the major coffee chain.



Brazil wins first game of World Cup

Jun 12, 2014

Before Brazil won the first match of the World Cup 3-1, Croatia put Brazilian fans in a stomach-whirling upset as its team took an early lead after home-team defender Marcelo Vieira da Silva Junior scored a goal on his own team.

Apple does not need Dre, or his Beats

Jun 10, 2014

Apple recently bought Beats headphones for $3 billion dollars and acquired the co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre to work for Apple where they are able to make more advanced headphones themselves.

Sac State guest lecturer, Maya Angelou, dies at 86

Jun 2, 2014

American author and poet Maya Angelou passed away on May 28, at the age of 86.

Hornets dominate women’s golf and tennis

May 28, 2014

Women’s golf and tennis combined have made 11 postseason berths in the past decade. Both programs have seen some of the most prominent players this season as they continued their dominance and broke new school records.



Director of athletics announces June retirement

May 27, 2014

Sacramento State’s Athletic Director announced his retirement at the Athletic Department’s banquet May 15. Terry Wanless’ retirement will begin on June 30, after 41 years as an athletic director for four programs across the country.



Communications student dies from epileptic seizure

May 16, 2014

Sacramento State communication studies student died following an epileptic seizure on May 6.

Male privilege is becoming more obvious

May 13, 2014

People like to throw around the word “privilege” in regards to race and status, but many ignore the blatant male privilege happening every day. 



Male privilege is becoming more obvious

May 13, 2014

People like to throw around the word “privilege” in regards to race and status, but many ignore the blatant male privilege happening every day. 



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