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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Quick loss for women’s volleyball against George Washington

Sep 19, 2014

Sacramento State volleyball had a quick 0-3 loss against George Washington University for its first game at the Valparaiso Crusader Invitational this weekend (18-25,19-25,21-25).

Men’s soccer suffers disappointing loss to Grand Canyon in OT

Sep 19, 2014

Coming off a two-game win streak last weekend, the Hornet men’s soccer team aimed to extend it to three Friday afternoon, but fell in overtime 0-1.

Sac State football hosts Menlo College on Saturday

Sacramento State is looking to win back-to-back games at Hornet Stadium as they take on Menlo College Saturday, Sept. 20. This marks the first meeting between the teams as the Hornets wrap up their non-conference portion of the season.

SB 270 will ban single-use plastic bags in California

Sep 18, 2014

Gov. Jerry Brown says that he “probably will” sign Senate Bill 270, the proposed ban on single-use plastic bags. With the amount of plastic bags adding waste to the environment, signing this bill is a move in the right direction.

Sac State police aim to connect with campus

Sep 18, 2014

Often seen as just a badge, the Sacramento State Police Department attempted to close the gap between officers and the campus community by hosting the third annual Coffee with a Cop, Tuesday at the Well.

Scotland votes on independence

Sep 17, 2014

On Thursday, September 18, Scotland votes for their independence after a 307-year tie to England, a freedom well-deserved.

Campus receives largest freshman class to date

Sep 17, 2014

Sacramento State has broken records this 2014 fall semester with 3,700 freshmen entering, making it the biggest class in the university’s history.

Students keep calm and register on

Sep 17, 2014

Keep Calm and Register On is an event sponsored by the Peer Academic Resource Center and The First Year Experience program to aid first-years in their attempts at navigating the student center during the registering process.

Police patrol campus safety for students, faculty and staff

With a rising number of police officers and Campus Security Officers present on campus, students at Sacramento State can get assistance at night as well as during the day, despite a lack of transportation for CSOs.

Guy West Bridge undergoes a massive makeover

Sep 17, 2014

The Guy West Bridge, built in 1966 as a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, has transformed into a work zone with the Eastern Tower now hidden by scaffolding and plastic sheeting.

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