Greg Sawyer, the new vice president for student affairs starting April 1. Read the STAR'S Q&A with Sawyer here.
Athletic director brings professional experience to collegiate level
Following the October retirement of 20-year Sonoma State University veteran and Senior Director of Athletics Bill Fusco, the Seawolves officially welcomed their 10th athletic director, Gail D. Barksdale. Full Story.
University ordered to pay $2.9 million in asbestos case
Sonoma State University must pay faculty and staff who worked in Stevenson Hall and other buildings a total of $2.9 million in damages for violations of occupational health and safety laws concerning the improper handling of asbestos, a Sonoma County judge has decided. Full Story.
Historic North Bay firestorm shuts down Sonoma State campus
In the most devastating wildfires in California history, thousands of houses and structures have been destroyed throughout Sonoma County. Approximately 30 students and faculty have lost their homes. Full Story.
At the age of 5, just starting off tee-ball, Michael Byerline picked up a bat and ball and fell in love with America’s favorite pastime. Since then, his love for the sport of baseball has only continued to grow.
Discharging or “dumping” the homeless from hospitals right back on the streets has become an ongoing societal problem that needs to change. With nowhere to go, no safe place to heal, and no one that seems to care, the homeless are often put into a washing machine cycle of going in and out of the hospital.
In the United States, we pride ourselves on supplying our country with an abundance of food. From the West to the East Coast, fresh food is available in all grocery stores for the consumer. For many, there is no choice because money is low.
In a world subject to constant and often unmanageable change, it helps to know one element should always be within our control: language. No one knows this better than Justin Trudeau, the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada and a man on a mission to shift the standards of modern language as we know them.