The proposal for the Associated Students fee increase of an additional $3 each year for the next four years was approved for a referendum vote. This means students are able to vote on the fee increase next semester during the annual Associated Students elections.
What is Hutchins? In the 15 years I’ve been a faculty member of the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, I’ve heard Hutchins called a “cult,” “arts and crafts,” the “touchy feelies,” the “fruits and nuts” and a host of other phrases that somehow imply Hutchins is not as academically rigorous or worthwhile an academic program as other majors on campus.
The rates of obesity, diabetes and heart disease are steadily increasing every year in the United States. The rise in obesity has heavily contributed to the unhealthy diets and lack of exercise in many people’s lives. Although these are both large factors in the obesity epidemic, they are not the only reasons American’s are getting bigger and bigger.
Little Envy, a brand new rock band hailing from San Francisco, released their debut, self-titled album on Dec. 2. The band consists of multi-instrumentalists and long-time friends Joseph de los Reyes and Koosh Saxena.
Just around the corner from Sonoma State University, a regular house is transformed into a large Christmas castle–covered in lights and cartoon characters, mostly from Disney cartoons. This castle is home to the handmade “101 Dalmatians,” “Lion King” characters, “Cinderella,” “Mickey and Minnie Mouse,” “Aladdin,” “Dumbo” “Frozen” characters, “South Park” characters, “Beavis and Butt Head” and so much more.
Stress is in the air once again at Sonoma State University. “Stress Less at the Rec” was a weeklong event, with different activities each day from 5-8 p.m., Monday to Friday. Monday provided games of dodgeball where students could take a study break, drop in and let off some steam after a long day of hitting the books. It didn’t matter if they knew how to play or had never played before – it was just a chance to enjoy.
Sushiko is a Japanese restaurant that has a delicious assortment of unique rolls and tasty teriyaki dishes. There are several different entrees -- soups, salads, nigiri, sashimi and even a vegetarian sushi for those who are not fans of fish.
The CSU San Bernardino Coyotes traveled up to Rohnert Park Friday night to take on the Sonoma State University Seawolves in the Wolves’ Den for their first California Collegiate Athletic Association affair.
“I'm captivated by the art of film and video, and fascinated by every aspect of visual storytelling,” said SSU-TV General Manager Alex Bretow. “SSU-TV gives me an opportunity to give back to students who can benefit from the knowledge I've obtained through my experiences in the industry.”
Being from Ireland, Michael Minihane knows all about Irish set dancing. Events held at the Redwood Cafe bring him great joy as he has the opportunity to show newcomers how acceptable it can be to grab a stranger by the hand and swing them around. Irish set dancing continues to be vastly popular in Ireland, and spread across America through classes and gatherings.