February 7, 2017
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 »
December 15, 2016
We’re living in an age where it’s easy to hide our opinions. We can rant and rave anonymously without taking any accountability for our words or actions.... Read more »
November 15, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Top Stories
Three days after the United States 2016 presidential election, Google reported 99 percent of popular votes for presidential candidates have been counted. Donald Trump scored 60,072,551 votes. Hillary Rodham Clinton scored 60,467,601 votes. Yet Trump won the election.
This isn’t the first time the popular choice—the candidate more people voted for—did not win the ele... Read more »
October 25, 2016
California has 17 propositions on the ballot this year along with 23 county and municipal measures. These are not unsavory presidential candidates or local... Read more »
October 11, 2016
Both presidential candidates say they want to invest in us. But in reality, they want to invest in a manufacturing economy that's shrinking. They want... Read more »
October 9, 2016
Students have two choices: a guaranteed state-of-the-art facility or a chance at a sub-par, decaying classroom.
Here at Santa Rosa Junior College we face th... Read more »
September 13, 2016
Our greatest right as citizens of the United States is to vote for our commander in chief. Our voice. Our President.
But when this infinitely important... Read more »
May 17, 2016
A series of damaging incidents within the student affairs department has snowballed into a catastrophic end to the school year, leaving administrators and student g... Read more »
April 28, 2016
A recent police brutality case involving a Santa Rosa Junior College student sparked a heated discussion, prompting Sonoma County residents to question w... Read more »
April 12, 2016
A minimum wage increase to $15 sounds great to Santa Rosa Junior College students who make low wages and can barely scrape by. Yet the issue is more comp... Read more »
March 8, 2016
Though we have a full month dedicated to the accomplishments of strong, powerful women throughout history, there is still an overwhelming lack of repre... Read more »
February 23, 2016
While couples celebrated Valentine’s Day, dedicated members of the Santa Rosa community gathered at Old Courthouse Square to march towards Santa Rosa... Read more »