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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

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SSU faculty gives back to the community with face masks

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer April 21, 2020

Sonoma State University staff is working together to give back to the Sonoma State community during this difficult time. A group of Sonoma State staff will be volunteering their time to make masks for essential students and faculty that are still on campus.

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The “Zoom Bombing” trend disrupts class

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer April 14, 2020

Zoom is the newest platform many students and faculty are relying on to stay in touch during the shelter-in-place. Although Zoom can be very beneficial during these times, many reports of appalling behavior and anonymous “Zoom Bombing” are happening during online meetings worldwide.

Seawolves Speak: How is Zoom working for you so far?

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer April 7, 2020

Here’s what students at Sonoma State are thinking of Zoom so far.

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How COVID-19 affects Seawolves

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer March 31, 2020

As COVID-19 spreads at a high rate throughout the United States, how college students are being affected is extremely overlooked. Within the last two weeks, Sonoma State has gone from canceling three days of face-to-face classes, to canceling a whole month, and now canceling all in-person classes until next semester as well as postponing graduation.

Seawolves Speak: What will you be doing for spring breaking during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

The STAR stepped in and asked Sonoma State University students: What will you be doing during spring break amidst the COVID-19 outbreak?

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JUMP gives back to the community with SOUP-ER

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer March 10, 2020

For students interested in giving back while staying connected with Join Us Making Progress (JUMP) should look into Serving Our Underfed People Everyday Re-Packaging (SOUP-ER). SOUP-ER is a program that focuses on repackaging leftover food from the Sonoma State Cafeteria to be donated to the Orenda Center, a local drug and addiction rehabilitation center in Santa Rosa.

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Students can prepare for the Career Fest with the Career Fest: Prepare for the Fair Pop Up

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer March 4, 2020

Be sure to check out the two day Career Fest: Prepare for the Fair - Pop Up happening in Salazar Plaza on Tue. March 3 and Wed. March 4. The Career Fest pop up is a way to get a great amount of feedback in order to get ready for the Career Fest.

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International Hall hosts a Fulbright workshop

Angelina Quevedo, Staff Writer February 26, 2020

For students looking to study abroad for their research projects, Sonoma State University is here to help. On Feb. 27, Sonoma State will be hosting a Fulbright workshop in International Hall Room 104 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

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