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This is democracy: Students speak out on election

Beatriz Verneaux, Co-News Editor

Around campus this past week, many Santa Rosa Junior College community members exchanged thoughts on the election of Donald Trump to the presidency and shared their expectations for his administration. Stud...  Read More »

Nov 15

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‘Civilization VI’ continues the legacy in style

‘Civilization VI’ continues the legacy in style

Arthur Gonzalez-Martin, Staff Writer

Sid Meier’s “Civilization” was one of the first real strategy games in modern gaming. The franchise still has fans, and the subsequent series has...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Get your fix

Get your fix

Rachel Genthe, Assistant A&E Editor

Flying Goat Coffee 10 Fourth St.  Santa Rosa For some students, caffeine fuels the mind, getting them through the dreaded mornings. Around the world...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Garfield gets gritty

Garfield gets gritty

Grant Wetmore, Staff Writer

It’s that time of year again, folks! It’s the magical, special two months where Hollywood puts on its Sunday best in preparation for the upcoming Academy...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Local filmmakers shine: Petaluma’s film festival celebrates storytelling

Local filmmakers shine: Petaluma’s film festival celebrates storytelling

Celine Gossage, Staff Writer

The eighth annual Petaluma International Film Festival featured a collection of seven short films ranging from documentaries to short stories. On Oct....  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

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Successful student: Time management and motivation

Jocelyn Mobley, Features Editor

We’ve all been there. We sit down, coffee in hand, with our best intentions for productivity. Then “somehow” we manage to get nothing done. Here are five tips to diminish...  Read More »

Nov 17 • 1 Comment

Successful student: Fighting the flu

Jocelyn Mobley, Features Editor

We’ve all heard of the ways to stay healthy during the flu season. Wash your hands frequently, don’t touch your face, and get your flu shot. Here are five other ways to...  Read More »

Nov 17 • No Comments

Former students open Flagship Taproom in Cotati

Former students open Flagship Taproom in Cotati

Kevin Lipe, Staff Writer

Starting a business is no small feat, and it’s tough to break into business regardless of your education. Some of the world’s most successful business owners never went...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Beyond ghouls and goblins

Celine Gossage, Staff Writer

Horror films have terrified, entertained and left moviegoers frozen in fear for decades. Many of these films have a long and rich history. With each decade, horror films adapt...  Read More »

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Hey Look, a Squirrel!: My Life with ADHD

Hey Look, a Squirrel!: My Life with ADHD

Lachlan Irvine, Staff Writer

Trying to become a journalist is hard; trying to become a journalist while having ADHD is a thousand times harder. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is ...  Read More »

Nov 15

American puberty

Travis LaBrucherie, Distribution Manager

The United States of America is 240 years old. It’s an adult. But with the election of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, the country is acting more...  Read More »

Nov 15

Feminists united

Victoria Serber, Guest Opinion

It’s not my selling point, but I am a former member of the Republican Party. What this election has done more than anything is reaffirm my decision to...  Read More »

Nov 15

Donald Trump can’t poison our country if we take action

Thomas De Alba, Contributing Writer

The hardest part of my election night was sitting at the foot of my mother’s bed, staring through her glossy, tear-burdened eyes and holding her tight,...  Read More »

Nov 15

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Bear Cubs end season with Gridiron Classic Bowl win

Bear Cubs end season with Gridiron Classic Bowl win

Albert Gregory, Sports Editor

Despite poor field conditions, and thanks to an impressive running game, Santa Rosa Junior College defeated the College of the Siskiyous Eagles 17-7 to win the Gridiron Classic...  Read More »

Nov 19 • No Comments

In the Crease: NHL Early Season Surprises

In the Crease: NHL Early Season Surprises

Lachlan Irvine, Oak Leaf Hockey Analyst

The first month of the NHL regular season has come and gone, meaning there’s finally enough games to start picking through the league’s best and worst. The 2016-17 campaign...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

SRJC wins final regular season game but misses out on playoffs

SRJC wins final regular season game but misses out on playoffs

Albert Gregory, Sports Editor

The Bear Cubs offense helped seal a 53-30 victory over De Anza College in what was a must-win for Santa Rosa Junior College on Nov. 12 at De Anza College. SRJC knew that...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Bear Cubs win in overtime

Bear Cubs win in overtime

Albert Gregory, Sports Editor

  Freshman guard Jordan Graves made a 3-pointer with 11.8 seconds left in the game to tie it up and send it to overtime and the Bear Cubs won 91-84 in their home-opener...  Read More »

Nov 11 • No Comments

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