Film series back for another round

Leah Phillips, Staff Writer

January 29, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Petaluma Cinema Series is back with an award-winning line-up of films this semester, kicking off Wednesday nights on Feb. 1 in the Carole L. Ellis Auditorium at Santa Rosa Junior College’s Petaluma Campus. The 2012 Petaluma ... Read more »

SRJC contacts Internation Space Station

Ken Kutska, Assistant A&E Editor

January 29, 2012

Filed under News

Who would have thought that in Santa Rosa, there is a place you can broadcast to the heavens? Santa Rosa Junior College is the only college in the world with a ground-based radio station able to contact outer space; one of only thre... Read more »

SRJC Police Department swears in officer Hawks

January 29, 2012

Filed under News

The SRJC District Police Department hired a new officer over winter break. With just a month of on-duty patrol under her belt, Officer Brittany Hawks already feels blessed to be given the opportunity and is confident this job is ... Read more »

Injuries and competition not enough to stop Bear Cubs

Alex Campbell, Sports Editor

January 29, 2012

Filed under Sports

The men’s basketball team is playing strong and peaking mid season, controlling the Big 8 Conference and rising in the state rankings to claim the no. 7 spot. The Bear Cubs have earned an 18-4 overall record and are 7-0 in confere... Read more »

SRJC’s new president, Dr. Frank Chong, settles into his office

Houston Smotherson, Features Editor

January 29, 2012

Filed under News

As the new President of Santa Rosa Junior College, Dr. Frank Chong is faced with issues regarding the budget and suspension of private sector funding like the Doyle Scholarship, but remains optimistic and feels that in general the... Read more »

Students plan on more actions in support of the Doyle Scholarship

Benjamin "Brutus" Gruey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2012

Filed under News

Eight students met in the Doyle Library Quad for a General Assembly on Jan. 23 to discuss ways to keep up the momentum from the Doyle Scholarship March last semester. The group discussed an information booth and other ways... Read more »

Governor’s budget could reduce Cal Grant awards for many students

Benjamin "Brutus" Gruey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2012

Filed under News

On top of rising tuition, a Pell Grant cut scare and no classes, Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget proposes cuts to the Cal Grants Program. His budget raises the GPA for eligibility for rewards and reduces the program by approximately... Read more »

I did not consent to tea bagging him

Benjamin "Brutus" Gruey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2012

Filed under Opinion

I can now somewhat understand how my ex-girlfriend felt to be raped while comatose on Klonopin (a prescription pill in the benzodiazepine family prescribed for symptoms like anxiety and epilepsy). All I got was an older man, my... Read more »

“Pack the Den” is the motto

Alex Campbell, Sports Editor

January 29, 2012

Filed under Breaking News, Sports

    The Women’s basketball team had a stellar season last year, winning SRJC’s first state championship in over 20 years, yet fan support has been anything but stellar. “I think that the team could use... Read more »

Bear Cub basketball

Alex Campbell, Sports Editor

January 28, 2012

Filed under Breaking News, Sports

Friday Jan. 27. Sacramento City College, Sacramento Women's basketball slays Panther's 62-34 Men's basktball edges Panther's 59-57