Leaders in industry ranging from efficiency in energy to understanding what people eat and the power of conservation, the idea of leading a sustainable lifestyle can originate from classroom, a novel idea or simply a new understanding.
Safety Week finally arrived and Sonoma State University did its part to spread the word. Sexual Assault awareness and resources were offered Wednesday at the Student Center Ballroom as officials came together as one to address this issue.
Pinktober is upon us, because it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Most have had some kind of experience with the pink because the boobies have become a sensation, especially when it comes to marketing.
With over 36 million U.S. subscribers alone, it’s difficult to meet someone without a Netflix account. Those 36 million people are constantly streaming their favorite shows and movies. More specifically though, over one billion hours’ worth per month are spent on Netflix. It’s hard to imagine, but Netflix, which launched in 1996, is one of the largest companies in the U.S.
Learning to budget correctly can help lead to a successful and responsible financial future. By budgeting accurately, an individual can see how much they are spending on necessities and leisure activities. Not only does one get to see how much they spend, but they can also strategically plan out how much they want to spend exactly on certain items like groceries.
Throw out the old, cliche and incorrect World War II movies of the past and grab a ticket to “Fury.” This movie, starring Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman, is the most accurate and engrossing war movie of 2014.
From vulgar script lines to sexual innuendos, Saturday night in Petaluma featured a crowd bustling with excitement for the Phoenix Theater’s showing of the rock musical cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. JUMP, also known as Join Us Making Progress, put on a breast cancer awareness event in the Seawolf Plaza on Thursday to spread awareness on breast cancer.
For those looking for something different to do on a Friday night, then look no further. Lobo’s Pizza and Pub will be home to a weekly karaoke competition in the month of October where students can come for a night filled with entertainment.
Tomio Endo loves to get his hands dirty. Until recently, Endo was the director and founder of the Sonoma Student Growers Cooperative, which is committed to bring a sustainable lifestyle through agriculture and provide a space for students to come together. In Colorado, Endo called himself the “Asian Cowboy”, and fell in love with nature. When he came to Sonoma, he knew he had found the right place to call home away from home.
This past weekend the Seawolves split their two games in Los Angeles and Carson during a trip down to Southern California. After suffering a 2-0 loss on Friday to the 16th ranked Cal State Los Angeles Golden Eagles, they bounced back and grabbed a 1-0 win over the Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros.
With over 1000 students and faculty packed into one side of the Wolves’ Den, the lights turned down low, music playing and “Chuck Fico” shirts thrown into the crowd; Midnight Madness was the epitome of school spirit at Sonoma State University.
The Sonoma State University women's soccer team quickly bounced back from their first loss of the 2014 season by picking up two shutout victories this past weekend. Friday afternoon the 15th ranked Seawolves took on the 25th ranked Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes. The Coyotes started conference play strong, winning their first two games, yet losing their next three.
Sonoma State University was founded in 1961 with a student body of 274. Since then, Sonoma State has grown to a student population of 9,120; where as approximately 3,100 of them are residential students, primarily freshmen and sophomores.