Men’s basketball team to compete in national tournament, first time in 11 years
Late Sunday night, 20 members of Sonoma State University’s men’s basketball team sat quietly and nervously in The Wolves’ Den conference room, eagerly awaiting the announcement of the NCAA Division II tournament. Full Story.
Sonoma State faculty showcase talents at the Green Music Center
Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center is one of the most reputable venues in California. With such great prestige often comes an air of conservatism. This is because when the maintenance of one’s reputation is of such importance, it’s usually better to play it safe than to take risks. Full Story.
Students look for work at Career Fair
Students and recent graduates wandered through the maze of winding tables as eager employers hoped to grab their attention. With over 120 vendors present, the Career Fair at Sonoma State University on Wednesday provided attendees with the rare opportunity to meet with employers face-to-face. Full Story.
Zaum to feature student artwork
Zaum, Sonoma State University’s literary magazine, has selected several pieces of art student Brooke Mallory’s work for their cover and to include in their upcoming issue. Submissions are open to undergraduate and graduate students around the world. Full Story.
The California State University system is gradually enrolling more high school graduates every year. However, according to a recent Legislative Analyst’s Office report, there is no need for an additional California State or University of California campus.
For years, students who were disqualified from Sonoma State University for poor academic performance have been in a fog about what they are required to do to be re-admitted. Thanks to a policy change recently proposed by the Academic Senate and confirmed by President Judy K. Sakaki, now they will know.
Late Sunday night, 20 members of Sonoma State University’s men’s basketball team sat quietly and nervously in The Wolves’ Den conference room, eagerly awaiting the announcement of the NCAA Division II tournament.
Economics as a study, introduces how capitalism functions and benefits our American society. Yet that’s where it ends in regards to critical analysis, shared Richard A. Wolff last Monday in the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University.
His talk, Alternatives to Capitalism, is one of the many social justice lectures series donated by Andrea Nettle, a former professor of education at Sonoma State.
In order to cultivate different attitudes about global and community matters, would you rather accept headlines read off of Facebook, and other social media outlets at face value, build a bordering wall or befriend and converse with people of different regions, religions, and race?
Hungry for a burger on a sunny day? Searching for a satisfying hangover cure? Want to take a trip back to the 1950s? Try KC’s American Kitchen in Town Green, Windsor located at 9501 DuVander Lane on the corner of McClelland Drive.
Students and recent graduates wandered through the maze of winding tables as eager employers hoped to grab their attention. With over 120 vendors present, the Career Fair at Sonoma State University on Wednesday provided attendees with the rare opportunity to meet with employers face-to-face.
With over 100 different clubs on Sonoma State University’s campus, students are exposed to a variety of different choices and opportunities to get involved with an organization that best fits their needs and ideas. One relatively new club, on their second semester at Sonoma State, strives to work toward the support, education and dissemination of a collection of student's issues. The MALCS club, which stands for Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social or translates to Women Active in Letters and Social Change, hopes to create a safe space for their members where they can share their stories and experiences.
In the heart of the Sonoma State University campus, the Learning Center waits to help students with their academic needs.
The Learning Center is located at 1040 Salazar Hall. They are open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you can’t seem to make it in, they welcome phone calls at (707) 664-2853.
The UC San Diego Women’s Basketball Team knocked out the Sonoma State University Seawolves in the first round of postseason play in the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament by on Feb. 28 in La Jolla.
Records are meant to be broken. This saying was most apparent last weekend, when the Sonoma State University track team broke seven personal records and five season records at the Kim Duyst Invitational in Turlock, hosted by Stanislaus State.
While mass media corporations like CNN and ABC called President Trump’s joint address to Congress presidential, unifying and inspiring, immigrant communities across the country were further terrorized and alienated by a speech that was supposed to do the opposite.
President Donald Trump never ceases to baffle, shock and entertain us. During his address to Congress Tuesday evening, Trump chose to discuss the topic of affordable childcare, a topic that many Americans find near and dear to their hearts.
The Faculty Composers Concert was held in Schroeder Hall andfeatured original compositions from three different faculty members at Sonoma State University. Brian S. Wilson is the professor chair for the Department of Music Theory and Composition, Doug Leibinger is the director of jazz studies and Kasey Knudsen is a teacher of jazz saxophone. Together with guest Composers John Mayrose and Ben Allison, these five musicians were given a chance to showcase their original compositions.
Brooke Mallory, an art major graduating in May, is likely to be found in the city that never sleeps, or in other words, the Art Department. Art students spend day and night in their studios, keeping the buildings alive at all hours. Mallory is no exception. Oil paints and photographs are strewn about the cubicle Mallory calls a second home. The space is undoubtedly lived in.
A common trope observable in recent cinema history is grand, impending peril. You could probably name dozens of movies off the top of your head that place the planet in perilous positions. But viewers are beginning to see the problem with this: there is no suspense. When is the last time a movie came out and the world really was conquered? When have we ever seen an atomic explosion end all life as we know it up on the big screen? We haven’t and we won’t. It would make for a bad movie. For this reason, films are beginning to scale down and switch up the plot, and “I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore” is a film that kicks up the suspense from a not so intense situation.
The Wolverine is back in his third spin-off. This time, it’s R-rated and it’s as amazing as every “X-Men” fan had hoped. Hugh Jackman returns to play Logan, also known as the Wolverine, a role he has played in all six “X-Men” movies plus two solo spin-offs. Patrick Stewart also returns as Charles Xavier. Jackman and Stewart have been playing both of these roles for nearly 17 years.
Ed Sheeran has been a popular artist since his 2011 single “The A Team” became a top 10 hit in 10 different countries. Sheeran is specifically known for his lyrics and has won multiple awards for them over the past few years.
When Khalid released his hit single “Location” last summer, he became regarded as an upcoming R&B newcomer with some serious potential. Sadly this potential was not exactly reached in the long-awaited release of his full album “American Teen” last friday.