With Sonoma State Universtiy students able to attend the pool in February, it’s quite obvious something is off about today’s weather. After only a few rainstorms, the weather in Sonoma County has taken a turn for a warm winter.
Between all of the country, hip-hop and pop music today’s kids listen to, it’s easy to say rock-and-roll is becoming less and less popular. During Recycled Percussion’s performance Friday night music was played on garbage cans, ladders and buckets; but the biggest part was the message sent to the audience and kids.
It seems like every year, there’s one film with a non-Anglicized cast that grabs the attention of awards committees. This year’s Academy Awards featured the film about the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march from Montgomery, Alabama to Selma for the voting rights of African-Americans in 1965 Ava DuVernay’s “Selma.”
On the surface of the new third-person story based shooter game, “The Order 1886” is a remarkable feat. Sadly, once your eyes adjust to its console defining graphics, the feeling of greatness slowly fades and this PlayStation 4 exclusive becomes an incredibly conflicted game.
Many college students worry about life after school and what kind of job they will eventually have. Most of the time, students aren’t even sure of what direction they want to head in as far as careers go because they don’t know what’s out there.
Among stressful midterms, ramen eating and college drama, a Thursday evening dedicated to laughter was just what the doctor ordered for students who filled the Sonoma State University Person Theatre to see winners of the San Francisco Comedy Competition perform
Over the past few weekends, the Sonoma State University men’s basketball team has struggled to achieve a win. They have put points on the board, given a decent challenge to opponents, yet they have lacked the execution to win. This past weekend was what the Sonoma State men’s basketball coaches like to call “Sonoma State basketball.”
In just the fourth week of 2015 Seawolves Softball season, the California Collegiate Athletic Association and Sonoma named Mayleen Mazon Pitcher/Athlete of the Week. Mazon, a junior, pitches and plays outfield.
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