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Robert Marshall, Staff Writer
November 21, 2013
Juggling a racing career and school isn’t your typical Santa Rosa Junior College experience, but that’s exactly what Chase... READ MORE »»
Caption: Chase Johnson focuses on transferring to Cal Poly for mechanical engineering when not driving Outlaw Sprint Cars.
Faith Gates, Staff Writer
The pieces in the new Santa Rosa Junior College art exhibit “Making Special” are all made from simple, everyday objects that ... READ MORE »»
Caption: Gabe Zermeno
William Rohrs, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Mariah Roat wanted to be in marketing. In her fourth year at Santa Rosa Junior College, this should have been the semester she... READ MORE »»
October 29, 2013
Hundreds of men, women and children marched from Courthouse Square to SRJC and on to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s office... READ MORE »»
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Giovanni Amador, Gabe Zermeno, Staff Photographers
October 29, 2013 • 0 comments
SRJC Music Instructor Rudolf Budginas, a world-renowned pianist, will be joined by top industry musicians, Kenny Lee Lewis... read story
October 14, 2013 • 0 comments
Gabe Zermeno and Asa Hackett, Staff Photographer and Staff Writer
Jeramie Taylor and Gio Amador
SRJC students’ reactions to a student who jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge “just for kicks” and survived.
Production by Jeramie... read story
May 16, 2013 • 0 comments
Jimmy Merrill and Jenna Burkman
A recent poll of 50 SRJC students had some surprising results.
Production by Jimmy Merrill and Jenna Burkman for Journalism 2.
May 16, 2013 • 1 comment
Tara Kaveh, Center Spread Editor
Santa Rosa Junior College student leaders and organizations continue to pressure for transparency and justice for 13-year-old Andy Lopez, shot by a deputy... read story
November 21, 2013
Erik Jorgensen, Staff Writer
Sonoma County’s first-ever Beer, Cider and Spirits Conference tapped opportunities for Santa Rosa Junior College students in the county’s $200 million... read story
Amy Reynolds, Staff Writer
Those three numbers represent the homeless youth count over the last six years here in Sonoma County. In 2009, the first count registered... read story
Santa Rosa Junior College first opened in 1918 using a Santa Rosa High School building, teaching only 19 students. This was not the Santa Rosa High School... read story
Gory pictures of baby fetuses. A guy giving out condoms. A group praying for peace. The topic of abortion brings out all types of people.
Project Truth,... read story
Continuing the homestretch of the season, the Santa Rosa Junior College wrestling team placed fourth overall in the Coast Conference Championship with... read story
November 28, 2013
Joseph Barkoff, Photo/Sports Editor
Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs football, seemingly halved in size and inundated with injuries from before the 2013 season even started, took the field... read story
Amelia Parreira, Staff Writer
Bursting with determination. Pumped with energy. The Santa Rosa Junior College men’s soccer players are experiencing these feelings as they wrap up the... read story
The Bear Cubs wrestling team is in the home stretch of the season with only a few meets left before the NorCal Regionals Dec. 7.
The team has been strong... read story
Giovanni Amador, Staff Writer
Xbox One Review Part 1: The Good
I’ve never been as excited to unbox a piece of technology as I was last Friday on the launch of the Xbox One. Coming... read story
November 28, 2013 • 0 comments
Jarrett Rodriguez, Staff Writer
Thirty-five years after author Orson Scott Card released his novel “Ender’s Game,” we finally get a movie adaption of what the author once called... read story
November 21, 2013 • 0 comments
Asa Hackett, Asst. A&E Editor
Grab your baguettes and prepare for revolution this week as “Les Misérables” opens in Burbank Auditorium.
The story follows a recently freed Jean... read story
Drue Dunn, Staff Writer
Newman Auditorium hosted the Bennett Freidman Quartet Friday Nov. 15.
The gathered audience was an energetic mix of all age groups united by a love of... read story
Deborah San Angelo, Staff Writer
We’re in the midst of a social experiment that treats gays like people. Tensions are building as more states legalize same-sex marriage and the Christian... read story
Ken Kutska, A&E Editor
It looks like the era of the Saturday evening rental is a thing of past, left to the mercy of Redbox, Netflix and Amazon. Dish Network shut down its... read story
Drue Dunn, Opinnion Editor
Less than 100 years ago, a person of any age walking down the street with a rifle would have been no more suspicious than someone walking with any other... read story
A mental illness diagnosis is no laughing matter. However, people with schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and depression, to name a few, are finding relief... read story
October 5, 2013
As a first-generation Iranian-American born in the United States, I had seen the injustice of racism but I never actually come face-to-face with it.During... read story
Mariah Roat wanted to be in marketing. In her fourth year at Santa Rosa Junior College, this should have been the semester she got her associate’s degree... read story
Former Santa Rosa Junior College student Irene lost her husband nine years ago but he is still with her.
Only a month after he had passed away, she was... read story
October 26, 2013
When the kids ask her if she’s real, she tells them she’s the magic of the season.
Claudia Levin has been Sonoma County’s Pumpkin... read story
October 23, 2013
The Santa Rosa Junior College ranked fifth in the nation on the 2013-2012 Top Junior and Community Colleges list for ratemyprofessors.com.
Although students... read story
October 4, 2013
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