In this week's 'In Summary' newsletter, the fall 2021 course schedule is now available, and The State Hornet breaks down each type of instruction mode. Sacramento State women's basketball hires a new head coach after a disappointing season. Associated Students, Inc. is projected to lose nearly $700K next school year. And, The State Hornet News has the fastest way to receive all campus news. Keep reading below for more!

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Proposed fall 2021 class schedules for Sac State now visible on Student Center
The proposed fall 2021 class schedule is now available online through the student center, according to Provost Steve Perez. Perez also said there may be changes to the class modalities, but students still will be able to change their schedule from June 1 to June 11. 

Students should expect to have to travel to campus for some classes, Perez said.

Read more about what class modalities are being offered and what they mean here.
Sac State women’s basketball makes splash hire of Mark Campbell
After a turbulent season, the women's basketball team has hired Mark Campbell as its new head coach. Campbell served as an assistant coach with the University of Oregon since 2015 and helped lead the Ducks to three straight PAC-12 titles and five consecutive NCAA tournament appearances.

After a 3-22 in the 2021 season, the Hornet's are looking to Campbell to turn the program around.

Read more about the hiring of Campbell here.
Sac State ASI budget projects $690K loss amid campus return, lost revenue
Sac State ASI announced it is projected to lose nearly $700,000 in the upcoming school year due to increased employment spending and revenue loss from campus programs.

One of the major factors for the budget deficit is the loss of income from campus programs such as the Aquatic Center and Peak Adventures due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Read more about the budget deficit here.
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STATE HORNET NEWS: Sac State administers COVID-19 vaccine, new ASI president and more
Don't have enough time to read all the articles by The State Hornet? No worries, The State Hornet News has you covered! In only eight minutes, learn about the biggest campus news.

On this edition, the team covers COVID-19 vaccinations for students, the new ASI president, the reduction of units in a general education area due to AB1460 and more.

Check out The State Hornet News here.

Arts & Entertainment

Sacramento’s music and live entertainment scene prepares for post-pandemic comeback
Many artists and small businesses in the Sacramento area found a way to survive during the COVID-19 shutdown. However, the switch back to in-person may be more difficult.

Many artists complain about a lack of motivation to resume creative expressions while business owners must be mindful of COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Read more about how the Sacramento entertainment scene will return after the pandemic.


Sac State baseball snaps 3-game losing streak, salvages series versus Seattle University
Sac State baseball was able to secure a win after being held scoreless for 24 innings against Seattle University last weekend. The Hornets took on the Redhawks at home and managed to avoid being swept after losing the first three out of four games. 

For more details about the series, read here.
Sac State Smash Ultimate and Valorant secure ECAC semifinals spots: E-Swarm Report
Every week, The State Hornet recaps all the action from our esports teams. Last week the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate team was able to secure their spot in the semifinals thanks to wins against Dallas Baptist University and College of Staten Island.

The Sac State Valorant team came out on top in a revenge match against Catawba College, who defeated Sac State in last year's finals. With the win, Sac State moves to the semifinals.

Read here for more esports coverage.
More sports news:
  • The women's golf team entered the Big Sky Championship Monday. Going into the final round, the Hornets lead by three-strokes. First tee in the final round is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. today, April 21.
  • The beach volleyball team (0-4 overall) lost to San Jose State University (2-3 overall) 4-1 April 18. The teams will play another game today, April 21 at 3 p.m.
  • The men's tennis team (0-1 Big Sky) will travel to Idaho State (1-1 Big Sky) for a conference matchup this Friday, April 23 at 11 a.m.


OPINION: It’s time to join the hive of ‘The Empty Man’
The State Hornet's resident film critic Bradley Hinkson is back with another movie review. This time, Bradley is taking a look at "The Empty Man," which he calls the next cult classic.

Bradley believes due to the film's misleading trailer and release during the pandemic, the movie was expected to be another average horror film with a paranormal subplot. However, the film just hasn't found the correct audience, Bradley said.

Read Bradley's full review of "The Empty Man" here.


PODCAST: Max’s Table #8: A conversation with Sac Bee food writer Benjy Egel
On this episode of Max’s Table, Benjy Egel, food and drink writer for the Sacramento Bee, sits down to talk about the Sacramento food scene, how it’s been affected by COVID, and some of Egel’s favorite unknown spots. Egel also reveals the now released project at the Bee covering the 50 best restaurants in Sacramento and what the future of the restaurant industry might look like as minimum wage continues to rise in California. 

Listen to Max's Table on Spotify now!
Real Talk with Rose is an advice-focused podcast that takes an in-depth look at neglected topics important to young adults, talking with students and experts to inform on subjects that we often have to teach ourselves about.

This episode discusses moving out, with Sac State communications major Brandi Kroll and Sac State CARES case manager Danielle Muñoz.

Listen to the Real Talk with Rose on Spotify!

What you need to know this week

  • The State Hornet has began the annual "Best of Sac State" competition. We need your help to narrow down some of the best things about Sac State! Fill out our form to let us know which food place you miss most on campus and more!
Stay safe and have a great week!
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