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The world of wine comes to SRJC

The world of wine comes to SRJC

Ali Benzerara, Staff Writer

There is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than at the beautiful Santa Rosa Junior College, sipping more than 60 wines from 30 of the top Sonoma...  Read More »

Feb 8 • No Comments

Take a second glance

Take a second glance

Rachel Genthe, A+E editor

Take a second glance by The Oak Leaf News on Exposure The year is starting off in a way that’s keeping the people of America on their toes. In our current divisive political climat...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

Netflix’s Original Anime: Seven Deadly Sins Review

Netflix’s Original Anime: Seven Deadly Sins Review

Arthur Gonzalez-Martin, Staff Writer/ Photographer

Netflix has its fair share of experimentation with their shows and movies. From their flagship series “Orange is the New Black” and “House of Cards”...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

SRJC graphic design students showcase work

SRJC graphic design students showcase work

Kevin Lipe, Staff Writer

“Ooh, that looks cool,” you might think to yourself as you flip through a magazine or cruise by an item on a store shelf. If you have ever stopped...  Read More »

Dec 22 • No Comments

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Take a second glance

Take a second glance

Rachel Genthe, A+E editor

Take a second glance by The Oak Leaf News on Exposure The year is starting off in a way that’s keeping the people of America on their toes. In our current divisive political climat...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

Tom Rivas, Features Editor

Long lines of spectators crammed inside the small gym. News vans with reporters scattered throughout the high school parking lot. Sports commentators that I had recognized from TV ...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

Humanitarian, doctor and genocide survivor comes to SRJC on Feb. 13

Amoura Deering, Staff Writer

Deogratias “Deo” Niyizonkiza has lived an intense life few would be able to survive. After fleeing from a genocide attack in his native village in Burundi, Africa, Niyizonkiza...  Read More »

Feb 7 • 1 Comment

DIY holidays

DIY holidays

Devin Schwarz and Carin McKenna Huber, Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor

In this issues center spread we laid out for you a number of craft projects to make your holidays all the more magical. Check out our digital issue at  http://www.theoakleafnews.com/digital-copy/2016/12/13/issue-6-december-12-2016/ ...  Read More »

Dec 15 • No Comments

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Self love: A guide to spending Valentine’s Day alone

Molly Scott, Contributing Columnist

Valentine’s Day. A holiday that is both dreaded and adored comes around again, causing emotions ranging from anxiety to hope and love. When some hear...  Read More »

Feb 14

Transferring woes: Miscommunication between counselors equals confusion for students

Olivia Wray, Staff Writer

Every student has a different background, story and pathway. Those who graduated from high school and immediately attended a four-year university typically...  Read More »

Feb 7

Editorial: Divided states of America

Editorial: Divided states of America

Intolerance is the greatest threat facing our country. Violent protests broke out in Berkeley Feb. 1 forcing Milo Yiannopoulos to cancel his planned...  Read More »

Feb 7

The “Black Friday” experiment

Erin George, Web Editor

Thanksgiving is a time to give, to be grateful and spend the beginning of the holiday season with loved ones. Not anymore it seems. I decided to...  Read More »

Dec 15

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Haehl Pavilion floods with three’s as the Bear Cubs improve its Big 8 conference record to 9-2

Haehl Pavilion floods with three’s as the Bear Cubs improve its Big 8 conference record to 9-2

Ali Benzerara, Staff Writer

As raindrops fell outside, 3-pointers poured from the rafters inside Haehl Pavilion. Eight out of the 11 Bear Cubs splashed down a combined 51 points from behind the arc and...  Read More »

Feb 9 • No Comments

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

Legendary: Craig McMillan’s legacy continues with the Bear Cubs

Tom Rivas, Features Editor

Long lines of spectators crammed inside the small gym. News vans with reporters scattered throughout the high school parking lot. Sports commentators that I had recognized from TV ...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

Bear Cubs hold onto first place as regular season draws near the end

Bear Cubs hold onto first place as regular season draws near the end

Ali Benzerara, Staff Writer

The Santa Rosa Junior College men’s basketball team has had quite the season, winning several recent key match-ups leading it to the top of the Big 8 Conference standings....  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

Bear Cubs defend first place conference record at Diablo Valley College

Bear Cubs defend first place conference record at Diablo Valley College

Ali Benzerara, Staff Writer

Santa Rosa Junior College Men’s basketball [17-7, 8-2] took home one of the most important wins of the season Feb. 3 against Diablo Valley College [18-7, 6-4] in a nail-biting...  Read More »

Feb 4 • No Comments

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