When one thinks about sex-ed, what comes to mind? Condoms? Birth Control? Penis? Vagina? Alexandra Kelner is knowledgeable when it comes to the topic. In fact, she created her own program to reinvent the sex education experience for young children.
The time has come for the California Faculty Association and the California State University system to make a mutual agreement that will better benefit faculty and students. The concept of the agreement is about the necessity of fair contracts but also fair payments for faculty in the CSU system.
Is college all it’s cracked up to be? I mean, of course it is. There are sororities, fraternities, clubs, sports, organizations and everything else one has heard regarding what college life is supposed to consist of.
For some, the summer before sophomore year in high school can be a time of developing a “cool” factor and dabbling with first dates. For Lyla Elmassian, the summer before sophomore year was full of Shakespeare and sonnets.
Some say music only leads to “treble,” but that’s not the case for these scholarship-winning performers. Parents and friends gathered at Sonoma State University on Friday afternoon for the Music, Theatre Arts and Dance Scholarship Showcase.
Walking into The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma is like stepping into a new, artistic rock-infused world. A skateboard half-pipe ramp frames the stage area and the walls are covered in graffiti, from simplistic tags to intricate artistic visions that resemble an “Alice in Wonderland”-like world. The raw feel of the authentic rock venue is incredibly tangible, but there is a certain feeling of comfort and history that seem to be engraved in the walls of The Phoenix.
The Sustainability Expo took place throughout Sonoma State University and informed at least 1,000 students in a variety of different ways. There were talks, movies, tabling and art exhibits inspired by the topic of sustainability.
On Friday night in Weyden and Brewster, Gemignani, a World Pizza Cup winner, came to Sonoma State University to teach about 50 students the art of pizza throwing and how to really make a pizza delicious.
Eric Ash, a senior at Sonoma State University and member of the men’s golf team was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 8 through the 14.
Not even a trace of a smile comes across the face of Kaitlyn Haithcock when she is on the tennis court; unless, of course, it’s a smirk when she knows she has her opponent vulnerable and up against the ropes.
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.