For the second time in California history, voters will be facing an initiative that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana and hemp for adults over 21. As opposed to a similar measure, Proposition 19, which lost in 2010, this one appears to have a good chance of passing.
Stevenson Hall has been undergoing a new roofing project for the past month and a half. The project was originally projected to last until Oct. 2, but rain delays and various circumstances have pushed back the completion date. The project is expected to last until Oct. 28.
People have contaminated Earth to the point where the government had to build a giant spaceship as an alternative to living on earth. This is the description of Disney’s "Wall-e," but according to Bill Mckibben’s talks about sustainability, we aren’t that far away from this being our reality.
Breast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States alone according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, INC. On Thursday, Alpha Psi held their sixth annual Bouncing for Boobs event on the Person Theater Lawn.
Worldwide, women face poverty, human trafficking and are unable to contribute to their economy because of their lack of education. Panhellenic at Sonoma State University has teamed up with Circle of Sisterhood, distributing information about the organization to students on campus. The goal is to fundraise enough money for women in underprivileged communities across the globe to attend school.
More than 40,000 children undergo cancer treatment every year, and at Sonoma State University Love Your Melon club is doing everything within its power to brighten the lives of these kids. They have an admirable mission: to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America.
Police shootings in America have become an epidemic among law enforcement. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Police Commission told the LAPD they should start sharing more information to the public about shootings committed by officers and the force involved with them.
There have been many concerning stories and issues that have occurred due to Trump’s actions and words, but the most shocking was a video released in 2005 of when the potential next President of the United States was bragging about being so famous that he can get away with sexual assault.
Proposition 58 is on the ballot this year in hopes of repealing Proposition 227, a decades old law established in 1998 which restricts what methods can be used to teach English to non-English speakers.
Over the past few years, the boom in superhero movies has led to many imitators trying to repeat Marvel’s success. “Max Steel,” based off the long-running toy line from Mattel, is definitely one of them. And that’s about all that can be said about it.
Anyone who grew up in the early 2000s is probably familiar with the hugely popular and widely acclaimed album, “American Idiot” by pop-punk veterans, Green Day. This local trio from the Bay Area has been blending the aggressive, rebellious tendencies of punk-rock with sweet and tender pop music since their 1989 debut EP, “1,000 Hours.”
“Waiting for the Parade” is a play that profiles five women named Janet, Eve, Margaret, Catherine and Marta who lived in Calgary, Canada. They were housewives, mothers and daughters of men that fought in WWII between 1939-1945. The Sonoma State University Theater Arts Department has taken on this classic play and interpreted it in their own way. Instead of the usual venue of Person Theater, this smaller production is being featured in Studio 76 in Ives Hall.