For the first time in university history, a student from Sonoma State University has been selected to participate in the National College Dance Festival in Washington D.C. Hannah Ingwerson is a dance and hutchins major in her sixth year at Sonoma State. Her dance, “For Example,” was chosen to represent the ACDA west conference at this year’s national festival, occurring every other year.
The polls opened last Friday for voting on the recent California State University salary agreement that ended a proposed faculty strike earlier this month. The voting period began at 6 a.m. last Friday and will remain open until noon this Friday. Those in the California Faculty Association will be able to vote on whether the California State University Board of Trustees will finalize the agreement through email
Susan Kashack, the current associate vice president of marketing at Sonoma State University, has been working for the university since 1984. If one does the math, that means Kashack has been at this university for a total of 32 years. Kashack has announced she is preparing to retire early fall of this year. Kashack’s career at Sonoma State goes back to when she was a student on the campus years ago.
It’s a stark reality, but the times of photo albums and disposable film are gone. Instead people are filling up memory cards with hundreds of photos, and when those are full, they resort to their trusty iPhone.
From an economic standpoint, when something is produced in large quantities its value decreases, but does that hold true to photographs?
Earth Day was celebrated with fun events, prizes and interesting facts on the Sonoma State University campus on April 21. The beginning of the day was raining and it looked like mother nature wasn’t going to be friendly, but turned out to be a beautiful day once the events began.
Students were encouraged to ride their bikes or walk to school on Earth Day to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from car transportation.
Free food, free music and good times. What else could a college student ask for? Nomachella, a live one-night music festival, was held last Friday in the Sauvignon Green. Students were invited to share their musical talents by performing for their peers.
Around sundown after an hour-long barbecue, students spread out on blankets to watch their friends and fellow performers.
Correct terminology is something that is always evolving.
Each year, people get enlightened more about the terms they may be using that could be offensive to other people.
Saying “a disabled person” is defining that person as disabled whereas saying “a person with a disability” allows for it to be known that that individual is still a person, they just happen to have a disability.
One in 50 adults traded in their vehicle for a more fuel-efficient hybrid, electric or alternative fuel vehicle in the past six months according to Reader’s Digest.
With Earth Week beginning this week, it’s important for Sonoma State University students to learn about the different ways to better treat the Earth. This week there will be plenty of opportunities for students to get involved and learn how adopt more envrionemntally friendly practices in their daily life.
A true underdog story took place at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa last week. The Sonoma State men’s golf team upsets the favorite of the tournament, the Chico Wildcats. The Seawolves ranked nationally at No. 24 defeated the No. 1 Wildcats in the best of five match play.
“The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion, when no one else is watching,” wrote the University of North Carolina’s women’s soccer coach, Anson Dorrance.
This weekend was anything but a homerun for the Sonoma State baseball team. After a lengthy 4-game series, the Seawolves dropped three to rival Chico State at Nettleton Stadium in Chico this past weekend
The Sonoma State equestrian club continues to hold steady in the saddle, placing four riders at Regionals earlier this year.
Founded in 2008, the team has continued to progress, putting in hours of hard work and dedication each week. Focusing on either Hunt Seat or Western-style riding, every member must take at least one lesson a week, two if they’re jumping at events.
With their 4-game sweep of Cal State Dominguez Hills this past weekend, the Sonoma State softball not only clinches third place in the CCAA standings but also clinches the No. 3 seed in the CCAA playoff tournament this upcoming weekend.
Sonoma State University has seen its share of changes and improvements over the years, with the addition of the Student Center, International Hall and most recently, LoboVision — which proved to be a center of controversy for many students.
For the first time in over a century, the portraits on the $20, $10 and $5 bills are going through a major overhaul. The space used exclusively for white former presidents and historical figures will now be occupied with a diverse and culturally-significant group of men and women.
With all the outlandish, racist and sexist things he says, it’s ridiculous to think he appeals to so many Americans. The possibility of Trump becoming president is terrifying. Presidential candidates have always promised things while running, and often can’t deliver when they actually reach office.
If you do decide to call this place home for the foreseeable future, bear this in mind: Rent in Sonoma County has gone up to 40 percent since 2012, and is projected to continue to rise in the years to come.
“Certain people need to tell me they proud of me/ That mean a lot to me/ Not having closure takes a lot out of me.” It’s vulnerability of this stature that is rarely seen in hip-hop. It’s what makes “Views” so special.
Bria Gabor didn’t make “Roommates” with the mindset of winning awards, but it’s always nice to win one. Gabor is a fourth year communications major. She won Best Actress for her role as the lead in her film, “Roommates” at Cinenoma on April 21. Gabor was surprised she won.
Mollard directed and acted in his film “Youth,” the story of a 21-year-old going back in time to warn his 18-year-old self of a terrible future. This tragic, five-minute film left the entire room at Cinenoma in silence.
The film released into limited theaters and through video on demand last Friday. The film has been subject to multiple controversies over the actress portraying Simone (Zoe Saldana) and has been received with mostly negative reviews.