New Resource Center aimed to be one stop shop for academic help

New Resource Center aimed to be one stop shop for academic help

When Scott Miller, director of the Sonoma State University Writing Center, began his career at Sonoma State in 1997, he saw the Writing Center sprout in a little cubicle in Salazar Hall, which what was once the library. In 2000, it was housed in the new Schultz Library, on the second floor where the DVD Central section now stands, and eventually moved to its most recent space, on the first floor of the library.

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Joan Baez brings to life the ‘Mischief Makers’ that shaped America

Joan Baez brings to life the ‘Mischief Makers’ that shaped America

Joan Baez, the beloved international performer and political activist, is known around the world for her folk songs. But on Sunday, she was celebrated at Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center for another type of art work – a series of portraits of iconic leaders from Bob Dylan to The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King to writer Maya Angelou.

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Technology High School to leave Sonoma State University after the 2018-19 school year

Technology High School to leave Sonoma State University after the 2018-19 school year

Since joining the Sonoma State University campus in 1999, Technology High School has served as a college preparatory magnet school with programs focused on science, math and engineering. On Friday, Sonoma State announced that a tentative agreement had been reached to transition the Tech High program to an off-campus location after the 2018-19 school year.

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