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Sonoma State Star

The Student News Site of Sonoma State University

Sonoma State Star

The Student News Site of Sonoma State University

Sonoma State Star


New learning center merges academic resources

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

“We welcome all students, staff, and faculty to come check out the LARC, enjoy some food and see what LARC programs have been doing this semester,” said LARC director Loriann Negri. The event is targeting all members of the campus community for celebration.

Academic senate discusses philanthropy

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer October 31, 2018

An important factor to this mission is to “create a culture of philanthropy to support preparation for Sonoma State’s first comprehensive campaign,” said McDougall.


Bay Area artist Tara Tucker visits Sonoma State

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer October 16, 2018

“I like the mix of wild with domestic” Tucker said. “I think it speaks about the unpredictability of the untamed, as opposed to the solidarity bred and familiar characteristics of the domestic animal.”


Gov. Jerry Brown signs emergency alert bill

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer October 2, 2018

The legislation is the first of its kind that will advance statewide emergency alert standards that all of California’s 58 counties can adopt. “Statewide emergency alert standards will be developed, training for local emergency managers will be implemented and we will be investing in a more proactive and effective mutual aid response system,” McGuire said in a statement.


Local annual Christmas spectacle ends 22-year-run

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer December 13, 2016

The Disney-inspired winter wonderland put on every year by Rohnert Park’s very own Scott Weaver is making its last appearance. Weaver has decided that it’stime to move on.


Stunned SSU students speak out, march in protest of Trump election

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer December 3, 2016

The tension and disappointment spread all across the state as Californians filled the streets with signs and banners, including Sonoma State University’s campus.


Commentary: Segregated housing, a scary solution

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer September 14, 2016

Segregated housing arrangements are now available for California State University Los Angeles, (CSLA) black students. 

It is considered “a safe space for black CSLA students.” The College Fix, states that the university’s Black Student Union responded to the recurring “racist attacks” and “racially insensitive remarks” by professors and students with a set of demands that lead to this “new cheaper alternative housing solution for black students.”

Cal State LA isn’t the first to offer its students segregated housing dedicated to black students.


Pokemon Go campus tips and tricks

Analy Bravo, Staff Writer September 7, 2016

Many have heard of the current iPhone app that is taking over our campus Pokemon Go. For those of you who haven't had the chance to download the app, here are a few guiding tips that will help you get started!

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