Q&A: Author Johnny Kern's view of unsolved campus murder

Q&A: Author Johnny Kern's view of unsolved campus murder

Since Kimberly’s death, no arrests have been made. True-crime author and investigator Johnny Kerns looked deeper into this investigation and wrote a book on the case called, “Inherit the Whole Earth,” in which he names who he believes killed Kimberly. He answered questions surrounding Kimberly’s murder that have not been put out to the public.

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Sonoma State alum gifts $100,000 to CAPS in honor of professor

The class in particular that Nussbaum took with Geurtsen was called “ Personal Awareness through Sports”. At the time of the course, Nussbaum was a tennis player at the university and this class really stuck out to him. This class really changed Nussbaum’s life. It was a topic that he realized he truly enjoyed along with him creating a friendship with a professor that he never imagined. 

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Students upset about school re-opening despite poor air quality

Students upset about school re-opening despite poor air quality

Paul Gullixson, the associate vice president of strategic communications at Sonoma State University said, “Conditions were so bad the AQI in our region reached 294 at 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 9, which is close to the “hazardous” range. Thus we closed campus through the weekend and continued to distribute masks to all who asked for them at the Student Center.” 

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