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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


Solo accident destroys SMART tower

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer April 30, 2019

The accident, which involved only the driver who remains in the hospital, occurred on April 23 during afternoon commute hours, delaying some traffic for up to two hours.


A student goes to Coachella

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer April 24, 2019

Read about one student’s adventures and life lessons experienced at Coachella 2019.


Run for Ronald brings community together

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer April 10, 2019

Community members and students unite for a fun time supporting Alpha Delta Pi’s annual event.


Top 6 places to study on campus

Find out where the hidden gems of Sonoma State University lie in this list detailing all the best places to study on campus.


InMotion classes shake up regular gym routine

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer March 13, 2019

Reawaken your muscles and your gym routine with the InMotion classes being taught at the Recreation Center.


Self-defense class returns to SSU

Safety should always be on top of everyone’s priority list. Alpha Delta Pi is here to help with just that.


CSU Trustee leaves legacy of heavy involvement

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer February 19, 2019

Emily Hinton has been a solid fixture amongst the SSU student body in her time at the college.


Arizona shooting similar to Andy Lopez incident

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer February 6, 2019

Andy Lopez, a hispanic 13-year-old from Santa Rosa, was shot and killed by a Sonoma County sheriff back in 2013, and in January, a shooting in Arizona had stark similarities.

Supreme Court rules in favor of transgender ban

Gabriella Novello, Staff Writer January 30, 2019

On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court enabled President Trump to put a new policy into action, banning specific transgender individuals from being in the military with a vote of 5-4. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, and Elena Kagan were not in agreement with the rest of the court.

Before discussing this idea with anyone at the Pentagon, the President introduced this new policy to the public via Twitter in 2017. Since the announcement, there have been a significant number of lawsuits challenging the policy. Specifically, five transgender military individuals sued the president for proposing to ban them from serving.

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