One in every three women and one in every four men will experience relationship violence in their lifetime. Nearly 50 percent of these women and 40 percent of these men experience relationship violence for the first time between ages of 18 to 24. Last Thursday Sonoma State University’s Title IX office hosted the One Love Escalation Workshop. This workshop is led by the student interns and staff of the Title IX office who had been trained as facilitators for this event. The workshop is a special part of the One Love Foundation.Read More
There is a program at Sonoma State University that offers no tests and no quizzes, and is just six weeks long. And in about 30 years, current Sonoma State students can participate.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, or OLLI, is offered at Sonoma State to students age 50 and older. Currently in it’s 15th year, the program serves 1,500 students.Read More
Students go to school in order to gain a degree and be able to pursue their future career.
Part of obtaining a career is being able to utilize the skills you have and apply them in the work field. Resume building and prepping for interviews requires some help and practice.Read More
October marks the beginning of National Disability Employment Awareness month and looks to remind students there are facilities available on campus that can help those with disabilities pursue both a higher degree in education and a long career in most expanding professions.Read More
The Institute for College Access and Success recently published a study laying out some of the financial statistics of universities across the nation. At Sonoma State University, 51 percent of graduates in 2015 had debt, according to a study recently published by The Institute for College Access and Success. The average debt of these graduates who took out a loan was $20,779.Read More
It’s not everyday you come across an artist who found her passion for art at such a young age. Fourth-year Sonoma State University student, Yolanda Gillotte began her interest in art in a unique way. Growing up as a young child in Thailand, Gillotte was involved in summer camps and often chose to be in the art camp. During these times, she found herself immersed in different forests and beaches where she would use water color, acrylics and other mediums to re-create the landscapes.Read More
We all know that Sonoma State University lacks a football team, which is often the core of any college, but who’s to say that Sonoma State can’t have just as much school spirit as any other school?Read More
People have contaminated Earth to the point where the government had to build a giant spaceship as an alternative to living on earth. This is the description of Disney’s "Wall-e," but according to Bill Mckibben’s talks about sustainability, we aren’t that far away from this being our reality.Read More
Breast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States alone according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, INC. On Thursday, Alpha Psi held their sixth annual Bouncing for Boobs event on the Person Theater Lawn.Read More
Worldwide, women face poverty, human trafficking and are unable to contribute to their economy because of their lack of education. Panhellenic at Sonoma State University has teamed up with Circle of Sisterhood, distributing information about the organization to students on campus. The goal is to fundraise enough money for women in underprivileged communities across the globe to attend school.Read More
More than 40,000 children undergo cancer treatment every year, and at Sonoma State University Love Your Melon club is doing everything within its power to brighten the lives of these kids. They have an admirable mission: to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America.Read More