Sonoma State Star wins top award at statewide CNPA journalism competition
The Sonoma State Star, the university’s student-run newspaper, was honored Saturday by the California Newspaper Publishers Association with two first-place awards in the college division, including a First Place award for General Excellence. Full Story.
Tuition fight comes to State Capital
Thousands gather to protest Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget increase for the CSU, funding that only covers one-third of that requested by the system. Full Story.
SSU Associated Students election results - Ojeda wins president
By a two-to-one margin, Junior Manny Ojeda won the race for Associated Students president of Sonoma State University April 10. Full election results.
Annual homeless census shows fire impact on local communities
Due to many factors including unemployment, lack of affordable housing, poor physical or mental health and drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness appears to be on the rise in Sonoma County. 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.
Let’s play a game. It’s the mid ‘90s. I am a newly revolutionary breakout sitcom that has hit the waves of American syndication. I star a loud-mouthed, opinionated matriarch heading a hectic family struggling to make ends meet. My husband is an easygoing drywall contractor. My sister is a neurotically gullible victim of low self-esteem. My daughter is a sarcastic tomboy.
Imagine this: your office has just been raided by the FBI and you are furious. Of course, you would never expect such an invasion of privacy, but in the case of Michael Cohen, there seems an ever-imposing feeling that both he and President Donald Trump could have anticipated such a bold move from the FBI.