Sonoma State’s gym is getting a long overdue upgrade. This winter, the current, 47-year-old wooden bleachers will be replaced with new, state-of-the-art bleachers. Construction will begin the week before Thanksgiving, which will disrupt the basketball seasons and cause both the men’s and women’s basketball teams to play some home games elsewhere.
Despite heavy rainfall last year, California is currently in a state of drought. However, the Sonoma County Water Agency is focusing its efforts on preparing for massive flooding within the next few years.
At the Women of Color Collective, female students from different backgrounds, who hold an array of perspectives and experiences find peace in an environment of understanding and support for one another. The WOCC is a place where one’s voice can be heard, where diverse women can share their experiences, views, opinions and feelings, with the absence of judgement, opposition or discrimination.
Segregated housing arrangements are now available for California State University Los Angeles, (CSLA) black students.
It is considered “a safe space for black CSLA students.” The College Fix, states that the university’s Black Student Union responded to the recurring “racist attacks” and “racially insensitive remarks” by professors and students with a set of demands that lead to this “new cheaper alternative housing solution for black students.”
Cal State LA isn’t the first to offer its students segregated housing dedicated to black students.
The countdown has begun. You can almost taste the rising tension in the air. Shifts in the political climate come like gusts of wind and no one knows what to expect as we inch closer and closer to Nov. 8. After all, it’s election season, and all bets are off.
A researcher at University of California, San Francisco recently discovered documents from the Sugar Research Foundation, known today as the Sugar Association, that suggest the last five decades of research regarding nutrition and heart disease may have been influenced dramatically. There was a bias happening right under our noses, and no one had a clue.
A sea of cowboy hats and denim jeans made up the crowd Saturday night during Chris Young’s performance to arguably the biggest crowd at the Green Music Center to date. The 31-year-old country artist performed songs from his newest album, “I’m Comin’ Over,” an album that in his words, “is the quickest album to gold I’ve ever created. I’ve put so much love and time into these songs—these songs I’ve made for you.”
“The Magnificent Seven” is a remake of the 1960 film, which is considered one of the greatest movies of all time. It was selected in 2013 for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” according to the website.
Ty Dolla Sign’s “Campaign” is like vanilla ice cream. It’s generic tasting and really doesn’t bring anything new or unique to the table. It isn’t anything exciting like Rocky Road or Chunky Monkey. “Campaign” feels like somewhere I’ve treaded before, which is a shame because Ty Dolla Sign does have the talent to create good music.
Heartthrob sensation Shawn Mendes has had a great start to fame. Just a little over a year ago he released his first album, “Handwritten” which instantly brought him fame. Before his rise to fame, Mendes was just a teenager from Canada posting videos of song covers online. From there he signed with Island Records and began his career. Right off the bat he was compared to Justin Bieber and some people consider him to be the ‘new Bieber,’ but his music says otherwise.