• BEYOND THE YELLOW TAPE: Community persistently seeks answers to police brutality

    BEYOND THE YELLOW TAPE: Community persistently seeks answers to police brutality

    Julie Lee, Pio Valenzuela, JoshuOne Barnes, and Jeanine Flaton-Buckley

    Prominent civil rights attorney John L. Burris, who has represented Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Tupac Shakur and other well-known figures in police brutality cases, said prejudice has become a serious impediement to law enforcement during “Deconstructing ‘Protect & Serve,’” a panel discussion... READ MORE »»

  • Ambassador issues a passport to the world

    Ambassador issues a passport to the world

    Julie Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief

    U.S. Ambassador Lewis Lukens explained how the State Department addresses global threats, shared his experiences abroad, promoted the importance of becoming a global citizen and  encouraged a career in the Foreign Service during “Passport to the World,” a Q-and-A session noon Sept. 15 in the SRJC... READ MORE »»

    SRJC political science instructor Jeanette Ben Farhat moderates the Q-and-A with U.S. Ambassador Lewis Lukens during “Passport to the World” hosted by the International Students Club noon Sept. 15 in the SRJC Bertolini Student Center.

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  • Text the ‘stache for a ride

    Text the ‘stache for a ride

    Estefany Gonzalez, Staff Writer

    There is an app for almost anything imaginable these days, even to train for the zombie apocalypse. While there isn’t an app that can magically teleport people where they want to go, there’s Lyft, the mustache ride. Lyft is a mobile-to-mobile service that connects people who need rides with drivers.... READ MORE »»

    Lyft driver Maxwell Austinweil offers a “lyft” to riders who use the smartphone app to seek transportation. The pink mustache is the company’s trademark.

    JoshuOne Barnes/Oak Leaf

  • SRJC District Police under investigation

    SRJC District Police under investigation

    JoshuOne Barnes, News Editor

    Santa Rosa Junior College is investigating its own police force on allegations of promoting a hostile work environment, sexual harassment, padding overtime hours and possession of child pornography, according to anonymous sources close to the investigation. The Service Employees International Union... READ MORE »»

    SRJC District Police are under investigation for promoting a hostile work environment.

    Joseph Barkoff/Oak Leaf

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BEYOND THE YELLOW TAPE: Community persistently seeks answers to police brutality

BEYOND THE YELLOW TAPE: Community persistently seeks answers to police brutality

Julie Lee, Pio Valenzuela, JoshuOne Barnes, and Jeanine Flaton-Buckley

Prominent civil rights attorney John L. Burris, who has represented Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Tupac Shakur and other well-known figures in police brutality...  Read More »

September 23, 2014

Ambassador issues a passport to the world

Ambassador issues a passport to the world

Julie Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief

U.S. Ambassador Lewis Lukens explained how the State Department addresses global threats, shared his experiences abroad, promoted the importance of becoming...  Read More »

September 23, 2014

Wild fox recently calls our school home

Wild fox recently calls our school home

Kelsey Matzen, Staff Writer

What does the fox say? It’s a question that’s been plaguing fans of novelty music since Ylvis’s “The Fox” in 2013, and students at Santa Rosa...  Read More »

September 23, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment

Supertaster’s tasty licks

Supertaster’s tasty licks

Jeanine Flaton-Buckley, Staff Writer

Independent recording artist Jackson Rosenfeld of Supertaster performed at a CD release party in support of his new album “Life With Oxygen” Sept....  Read More »

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Recent Arts & Entertainment Stories

Webcomics for beginners [Review]

September 23, 2014

Astrology

September 23, 2014

From left: Titan, Hunter and Warlock Guardians posing on the moon.

Legends start somewhere [Review]

September 23, 2014

David Mason (Bracey) looks on as Peter Devereaux (Brosnan) taunts him in the newly released "The November Man."

Wake me up when November ends [Review]

September 23, 2014

Professor Layton and Luke Triton (left) team up with Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey (right) to win trials and solve a baffling mystery in "Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney" for Nintendo 3DS.

Puzzles and Turnabout [Review]

September 23, 2014

This cover of "Floral Shoppe" by Macintosh Plus remains the most famous example of vaporwave to date.

Vaporwave: the virtual plaza welcomes you

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Don’t measure soccer’s popularity by the World Cup

Mariana Guevara, Staff Writer

Some analysts deemed soccer popular in the U.S. after the World Cup’s record-breaking viewer ratings this summer, but it is unlikely the attention for...  Read More »

September 24, 2014

No simple cure for jihadism

Anne-Elisabeth Cavarec, Staff Writer

Last month, 30,000 men, women and children from the Yazidi community took refuge without food or water in the Sinjar mountains to escape atrocities committed...  Read More »

September 23, 2014

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