A tree falls on SRJC campus

A tree falls on SRJC campus

Joseph Barkoff, Sports Photo Editor

Another majestic oak tree lost a limb, blocking the turn-around entrance and barely missing the Santa Rosa Junior College sign in the evening Wednesday...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

SRJC’s IT department rejects student-made website

Claudia Aceves, Staff Writer

Claiming alleged trademark infringement, the Santa Rosa Junior College’s Information Technology (IT) department...  Read More »

November 18, 2014

Campus police called on student senators

Campus police called on student senators

Kelsey Matzen, Staff Writer

Santa Rosa Junior College administrators called the campus police on two members of the Associated Students Senate...  Read More »

November 18, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment

“Indelibly Yours” makes its mark

“Indelibly Yours” makes its mark

Devin Marshall, A&E Editor

Tattoos are exhibits on your skin, but this time they’re exhibits in a gallery. The opening reception for “Indelibly Yours” at Santa Rosa Junior...  Read More »

November 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Recent Arts & Entertainment Stories

"Interstellar" by Christopher Nolan is becoming the next definitive sci-fi movie.

A trip of a lifetime [Review]

November 16, 2014

The film follows the life of Charlie Lynch after being monitored by the DEA for running a dispensary and being arrested.

Petaluma Film Series hosts documentary film director

November 16, 2014

Musician-and-composer duo Jim and Kathy Ocean share their love for the stars through performing science-filled music for students and the community at the Santa Rosa Junior College planetarium.

Astronaut lullabies: music for the metaquizzical

November 16, 2014



November 16, 2014

Baymax and Hiro flying over the streets of San Fransokyo in "Big Hero 6."

“Big Hero 6″ is a triumph [Review]

November 16, 2014

Authors Anne Rice and Christopher Rice speaking about their latest books "Prince Lestat" and "The Vines," respectively.

Bats in the belfry, vampires in the auditorium

November 15, 2014

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The N-word, the forbidden word

Robert Marshall, Sports Editor

I hear this word more and more as time goes on — a word I was taught to never use, or I would have been grounded for the rest of my life. In a Nov....  Read More »

November 22, 2014

Student on the street: Post-election views

Chantelle Bogue, Andrew "Beau" Lino, and Nathan Quast

November 6, 2014

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