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.

Web Site:

Faculty Association reaches tentative agreement after a year past deadline

Oct 30, 2014

After nearly a year of negotiations and protests, the California Faculty Association and CSU system have announced a tentative contract agreement that would give raises to all CFA-represented employees, as well as targeted raises and workload...

Optional student fee in the works for approval

Oct 30, 2014

Associated Students Inc. gave its support last week to a proposed $4-a-year student fee that would replace ASI membership dues for the CSU system’s official student advocacy organization.

AIRC opens door to monitored after hour entry

Oct 30, 2014

Students who use the Academic Information Resource Center can expect to keep their OneCard handy with finals approaching as entry to the 24-hour building will be controlled to not let just anybody in.

Men’s soccer revive playoff hopes with win at Cal Poly

The Sacramento State men’s soccer team (5-9-3, 3-4-1 Big West) kept their Big West Conference playoff aspirations intact with a 2-1 victory on the road Wednesday night against Cal Poly (8-5-4, 3-3-2 Big West).

Halloween costumes hit baseball diamond in scrimmage Friday

Oct 29, 2014

Sacramento State baseball is participating in its second annual Halloween game 3:45p.m. Friday Oct. 29.

Re-accreditation policies considered

Oct 29, 2014

Members of the Graduate Studies Policy Committee met last Tuesday morning to discuss a possible framework for graduate learning outcomes, which will show evidence of student learning required for re-accreditation. 

Sac State breaks record for most alumni

Oct 29, 2014

With the graduating class of 2015, the California State University system will reach a new milestone; educating 3 million alumni, the largest body of graduates in the nation.

Football ready to head back to work after bye week

With eight games played and a 4-4 record on the season, the Sacramento State football team heads into a bye week looking to get as healthy and prepared as possible for the last four games of the year.

Men’s basketball not focused on preseason Big Sky predictions

With the men’s basketball season starting up in November, several publications—including Blue Ribbon Yearbook, Athlon Sports and ESPN—have predicted Sacramento State to finish top 3 in the Big Sky Conference.

Student-athlete couple supports each other

Oct 29, 2014

Couples are not uncommon on the Sacramento State campus, but student-athlete couples are fewer by the number.

Stay connected to Sacramento Connect

Follow Sacramento Connect on Twitter  Find Sacramento Connect on Facebook  Sign up for the Sacramento Connect Newsletter