Using mostly cardboard and various other materials, younger children from the Children’s School could be heard shrieking in delight, running around through the miniature city that was being assembled in the center of Stevenson Quad last Friday. With the assistance from student volunteers and staff members, the city within Stevenson grew to include a solar-powered pet shop, a train and even a café.
The Sonoma State University Wine Business Institute is excited to share that they recently paired with Domaine Chandon to offer a seminar series with wine industry professionals of the Napa Valley on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5.
The saying “you only live once,” otherwise known as “YOLO” is partially true. People have one chance to live life to the fullest and experience many different things. The best way to accomplish that is by having a better insight of everything through traveling.
With so many events going on in the world and so much that happens within the daily lives of millions of humans across the nation, it is hard to focus on one issue at a time. Before we know it, another event storms news headlines and it is easy to forget about the previous topic.
From “The Sweater Song” to “Beverly Hills,” Weezer has had their fair share of hits. They formed in 1992 and have gained much popularity in the last 20 years. Weezer’s brand new album, “Everything Will Be Alright in the End” released on Tuesday. The 11-track album had many fans waiting since their 2010 album, “Hurley.”
The guitarist immediately sat down on a black stool in the middle of the stage and set his guitar on his knee. Without a word to the crowd, he began playing his first song of the night. The delicate and invested way in which he plucked each string in his guitar grabbed every ear in the audience right from the start.
There was a girl who laid bloody on an operating table, guts spilled out and still alive as she gasped for her last breath of air. A demented doctor stood hunched over her and laughed. This was just one of the many terrifying things found in the Swamp Shack at the Blind Scream Haunted House.
The junior cross country runner, originally from a small town in Mexico, has ran since she was 7 years old and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. She started running a few miles everyday with her mother and when her brother started cross country in high school, she wanted to be just like him. After joining a running club in sixth grade, Hurtado started to race competitively.
For centuries, people have caste a lure into the water in hopes of catching a fish. It’s a timeless activity that has brought families together and helped civilizations thrive. The Sonoma State Fishing Club provides an excellent opportunity to get outside and enjoy nature with fellow fishing enthusiasts with the added perk of bringing home a chunk of change.
The Seawolves came away with a victory against a not-so familiar opponent this weekend. The opponent was Simon Fraser University, a public school with around 35,000 students located in Burnaby, Canada. Burnaby is a city located about 10 miles from Vancouver, about a 15 hour-long bus ride from Sonoma State University. SFU and SSU are both members of the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association, but they compete in different leagues. The SFU Clansmen have a history of being a tough opponent after being top in their division every year since 2008. But on Friday, the Seawolves came away with an 11 to 9 victory over SFU.
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.