California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White hosted an event last Thursday at Sonoma State University addressing the university system’s vision, as well as responding to questions from students, staff and faculty.
As the sound of jazz music illuminated the ballroom of the Student Center last Friday, students and members of the campus community celebrated the 24-year legacy of Sonoma State University President Ruben Armiñana.
The tuition freeze in the California State University that has extended over the past four years is set to expire in the coming academic year. Students are protesting from campuses all over the state at campuses including Cal State Fullerton, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Chico State and San Francisco State.
The week we’ve all been dreading for months now has come. It’s time to pack up your books and head to the depressing and crowded library. Well, think again. There are many places on campus and Sonoma County that are great for picking up a snack and getting to work on all those papers and study guides.
Last Wednesday around 9:35 p.m. Associated Students Productions (ASP) announced that hip-hop star Waka Flocka Flame would no longer be performing at that Friday’s Spring Fling event. This came as a shock to all students, especially those who had waited in line for hours to claim one of the few available tickets to see Waka’s performance.
There are no beans in this burrito. There isn’t any lettuce, either. And out of all the taco shops in the Rohnert Park and Santa Rosa area, not one has been able to make this simple recipe as well as El Rancho
Knowing your beer in Sonoma County is becoming just as important as knowing your wine. With so many craft breweries in the area, a lot of college-aged beer drinkers can’t even get to every one before graduating. When they do try, Lagunitas is usually the first stop.
For the second time in four years the Sonoma State men’s golf team will send one individual to compete in the Division II National Championship tournament. This season, it’s senior Brandon Lee that will advance to play at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado from May 17 - 19.
The Sonoma State men’s baseball team walked away empty handed with dirty pants and aching muscles. The Seawolves’ season ended on a low note while on the road in San Francisco this weekend, losing 5-2 against the San Francisco State Gators on Sunday afternoon to ruin their hopes for playoffs. The men needed a big win, but quickly fell behind and couldn’t catch up in time.
For seven seniors, their time playing Sonoma State softball has come to an end. The Sonoma State University softball team finished their season after being eliminated from the NCAA Division II WestRegional Tournament in Arcata on Friday.
Attending class hungover, blacking out at every party and vomiting are all obvious signs of a developing drinking problem. What about missing class, anxiety, depression, mood swings, begging parents for money and excessive sports watching? These may just seem like the everyday struggles of a normal college student, but they also are all signs of a silent addiction that is just as harmful as drugs and alcoholism but harder to recognize: a gambling addiction.
In a recent issue of the magazine Discovery Girls, whose audience is 8 to 12 year olds, they were offering tips to girls on which swimsuit would be ideal for their body type. Rather than telling them all about how fun it is to wear bright and colorful swimsuits, Discovery Girls instead offered girls tips that could be found in an issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Sanctuary laws within San Francisco became a topic of discussion last year after the death of 32-year-old Kate Steinle, a Pleasanton woman who was shot and killed while walking with her father along Pier 14.
This past Thursday he sparked controversy after putting the gun he used to shoot Martin with, up for sale on multiple gun sale websites. He was attempting to sell the gun for $5,000 and listed it as a “piece of American history,” but multiple websites refused to accommodate the sale and others claimed it was bringing too much traffic to their site.
Breathtaking. There is no better word to describe the journey that “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” takes the player on. “A Thief’s End” proves that video games are an immaculate medium for interactive storytelling.
The Green Music Center is kicking off summer and the 2016-2017 school year on a high note. The GMC has heard the pleas of students as the upcoming artists feature some of the biggest names in comedy and music culture.
Sonoma State University Associated Student Productions has been working endlessly to provide students with the best Spring Fling yet. Following up last year’s Spring Fling that featured rap artist IamSu, this year ASP is stepping up their game. Top-charting artist Waka Flocka Flame is scheduled to perform at the annual Spring Fling on May 13 in the Student Center Ballroom.