Image by Markus Winkler

PORTFOLIO OF WORK

ALINE HENDA

Past. Present. Future.

IMG_6555-Edit-900x600.jpeg
Featured-3-900x600.jpeg
HEAD-900x600.jpeg

Phi Beta Sigma at Sacramento State will host the mental health forum, “Let’s Talk About It,” in the University Union Wednesday.

The forum will include a talk from Michael Dickerson and Courtney Hughes, mental health professionals at The WELL, an overview of mental health services The WELL provides, and a discussion between fraternity members and attendees.

More

Not all monsters are five-headed dragons like the one in “She Kills Monsters,” but everybody has one, and the play promises to deliver a tribute to warriors everywhere.

More

The search for the next California State University chancellor started Tuesday with an open forum at Sacramento State as trustees, faculty, students, and staff attended the event held at the University Union.

More

Healthy Food
Loneliness
Image by Ben White

Weight gain coupled with depression symptoms is far from what I had envisioned for this year when talking about my health. The pandemic didn’t help at all. Quarantines gave me a new excuse to work out less and eat more – especially comfort foods.

More

The day Jessica Davis* finally accepted her diagnosis of depression in the middle of last year, she cried hard at the end of her therapy session, feeling defeated. That was before she decided to look for the doctor in her college, who prescribed medication to help her deal with her symptoms. College was already hard enough without help. But then

.came COVID-19.

 

More

Since the pandemic shut down in-person religious services because of Covid-19, students at Sac State are finding new ways to worship, through online live streaming.

Going to church from home is the new normal since March 21, when California had the first shutdown order.

More

Image by Zakaria Zayane
Wood
House Frames

The restaurant is still empty, one hour before it opens. One waitress is cleaning the floors, the hostess is taking reservations on the phone. In the kitchen, a surprise inspection by the county for food safety practices is going on and the cook is showing the appliances to the inspector. The inside restaurant looks sparse, with few tables, spaced six feet apart. 

More

SACRAMENTO – California’s plans to accelerate the economic recovery includes a gap fund of $500 million for the 2020-21 Infill Infrastructure Grant Program (IIG), which provides financial assistance for the infrastructure of affordable housing development.

More

SACRAMENTO – For decades, California has battled a housing shortage. COVID-19 made matters worse, driving up real estate market prices to a historic high, increasing the struggle to cope with rent for both tenants and landlords, and escalating homelessness to exceptional numbers.

More