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SMART train; Smart commuter

SMART train; Smart commuter

December 13, 2016

With the Nov. 18 open house in downtown Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square, the public finally got a close-up look at the much-anticipated SMART train, which runs from t... Read more »

SRJC takes action for a sustainable environment

SRJC takes action for a sustainable environment

December 13, 2016

Fear, hope and optimism. Those are the three emotions that drove a group of Santa Rosa Junior College students, staff and faculty members to develop... Read more »

SGA controversy continues; President suspended after review board proceedings

SGA controversy continues; President suspended after review board proceedings

December 13, 2016

Santa Rosa Junior College President Dr. Frank Chong has suspended Student Government Assembly President Jordan Panana Carbajal from his duties as SGA preside... Read more »

Standing together; Faculty train in nonviolent protest methods

Standing together; Faculty train in nonviolent protest methods

December 13, 2016

Students are not the only ones concerned with the consequences of this year’s nationwide elections. On Dec. 9, Santa Rosa Junior College faculty and sta... Read more »

Police investigating another serious traffic collision along Mendocino Ave.

Police investigating another serious traffic collision along Mendocino Ave.

November 29, 2016

Two cars collided with a Santa Rosa city bus in front of Santa Rosa Junior College near the corner of Mendocino and McConnell avenues at 2:35p.m. Nov.... Read more »

This is democracy: Students speak out on election

Beatriz Verneaux, Co-News Editor

November 15, 2016

Filed under News, Top Stories

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. Students, faculty and staff expressed opinions that range from pessimism to hopefulness, but for many there is an underlying tone of fear and astonishment. Several members of... Read more »

Love trumps hate: Sonoma County community protests bigotry

Love trumps hate: Sonoma County community protests bigotry

November 15, 2016

At two separate rallies on Nov. 10 and 11, Santa Rosa Junior College students and community members protested what they see as the bigotry of Presiden... Read more »

Martinez makes history: SRJC Board of Trustees welcomes first Latina member

Martinez makes history: SRJC Board of Trustees welcomes first Latina member

November 15, 2016

Mariana Martinez became the first Latina elected to the Santa Rosa Junior College board of trustees Nov. 8. Martinez, a Chicano studies professor at... Read more »

What does a safety pin have to do with Donald Trump?

November 15, 2016

Santa Rosa Junior College staff and students are wearing safety pins on their clothes to support the community in the wake of Donald Trump’s election... Read more »

Board of Trustees look to change district map

Luke Straub, Staff writer

November 15, 2016

Filed under News, Top Stories

Santa Rosa Junior College would like to change its district lines and create seven equally populated districts with one trustee each, and is analyzing the switch from the current total of five districts. “The only question is how it happens,” said Jordan Burns, trustee and west county representative.  “There are different options.” The board of trustees has presented... Read more »

Oak Leaf “voices of the election”

Oak Leaf “voices of the election”

November 8, 2016

The Oak Leaf is conducting an audio diary project to record the community's opinions about today's historic election. Look for our booth on the quad today... Read more »

SRJC students take back the night

SRJC students take back the night

November 8, 2016

Santa Rosa Junior College’s annual Take Back the Night, a night dedicated to raising awareness about rape culture and sexual violence, was held in the ... Read more »

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