One year ago, eighty Sonoma State staff or students lost their homes to the devastating North Bay fires.
Sonoma State's undocumented resource center undergoing changes
It will be renamed to the DREAM center.
Sonoma State's study abroad program nationally ranked
In 2016-2017, 89 students studied abroad, an increase of 26 students.
Man pleads guilty to campus stabbing
Tyler Bratton will be released on October 17 and face three years of probation if the judge approves his settlement agreement.
Rohnert Park public safety department undergoing changes
The department recently hired an outside consultant (The Center for Public Safety Management) to do an independent review of the department, and they recommend more than 70 changes.
Associated Students push student vote in upcoming election
College campuses are combating low voter turnout by establishing a competition between all CSUs, UCs, and community colleges in California to see which campus can get the most students to register. The competition is called the “California University and College Ballot Bowl.”
Victim's advocate relocating to dorm office
She is a confidential advocate for victims of sexual violence.
If you’re interested in joining a club team to have fun without too much of a time commitment, the Snow club is for you. All student skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to check out the Sonoma State Snow Club.
Led by Club President, Lauren Bracken, the student run sports club invites Seawolves that share the passions of all snow-related activities.
Friday night Sonoma State played California State East Bay. Sonoma’s overall ending that game was 8-10 and 4-5 in the conference but fell to the California State East Bay Pioneers.
Entering the first set Sonoma didn't get too a good start, they were down 3-1 right off the bat but then fell by ten. After falling short during the first set Sonoma got it together. For a while they wereahead 2-0 and gained a ten point lead over the East Bay Pioneers before losing it and falling 25-19 with yet another loss during this match.
This season for the Sonoma State club soccer team is proving to be an exciting one. They have shown the rest of the collegiate club soccer teams that they are a force to be reckoned with. The team's trip to San Diego for the Aztec Cup was successful for the Seawolves as they ended up taking the championship back home after beating San Diego State, Northern Arizona University and Cal Poly Pomona in the finals.
Waymo, Google’s self-driving car, is the talk of the automobile industry right now.
This new technology is bringing society to trust companies with their lives by test driving or purchasing in the future when the technology improves. There is no way to prove that there will be improvement in the safety of the cars on the road. Currently, the cars may be too safe right now which will cause an issue to the human drivers behind the wheel.
The Kavanaugh case has been an emotional roller coaster for Democrats and Republicans alike, causing protests, new hashtags like #HimToo, and a divide throughout the country. This event has triggered conversation about sexual assault, as well as discussing the importance of holding individuals accountable for their actions.
Both sides have strong arguments as for why or why not they support Kavanaugh—and it goes way beyond two political parties disagreeing on a candidate.
Now that #OscarsSoWhite feels like a long forgotten relic, it seems as if Hollywood has become a wide, wonderful world of diversity. Unfortunately, all is not as it seems.
While films today appear to be opening the gates for more actors of color, the attention almost always returns to white cast members. It feels like almost every time a new movie or show boasts a diverse cast, the marketing, advertising, and media attention always goes to the white people—more specifically, the white males.