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.
SSU student injured in Vegas shooting sues hotel
One of the many members of the crowd injured by Stephen Paddock’s gunfire, Sonoma State senior Paige Gasper, is filing a lawsuit against MGM Resorts, the owners of Mandalay Bay. 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.
Hundreds of students rally on campus in support of DACA
A diverse crowd of about 400 students, faculty and community members gathered at Sonoma State University Tuesday evening to protest President Donald J. Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which shields young immigrants from deportation. Full Story.
SSU student injured in Las Vegas rampage
Paige Gasper, a senior psychology student at Sonoma State, is recovering from a liver laceration and fractured ribs caused by a bullet wound she endured at the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday. Full Story.
Although brief, Shannon Percell’s experience as Interim Director of Athletics at Sonoma State University has been nothing shy of an adventure -- one punctuated by dramatic post-season runs from multiple sports teams, and two unthinkable tragedies that struck all too close to home.
For decades, it has been assumed that by this time period we would have robots as functioning members of our society. Whether it be in books, television shows or films from the past, the 21st century has been designated as the time of technology.
When our pets grow old we begin to see them suffer with everyday activities that once were so easy. Running down the stairs to greet you as you enter the door from a long day at work made you fall to your knees in happiness to receive kisses galore.