Meet the Candidates: Student Elections 2014

Rebecca Livingston, Staff Writer
April 17, 2014
Filed under Features, News

Opportunity and change in mental health

Opportunity and change in mental health

Peter Njoroge, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

Honesty and clarity were apparent in the presentation on Latino mental health awareness and opportunities in the field April 3, in the Bertolini student center at Santa Rosa Junior College. The presentation featured a panel of professionals in the fields of mental and behavioral health and social... Read more »

AS plans for spring assembly

Rebecca Livingston, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

The Associated Student Senate maneuvered through a myriad of topics during its meeting on April 7, appointing a new vice president and planning upcoming events. Hannah Bockley resigned from vice president of committees position due to illness. The senate approved Cheri McLean as the new vice president... Read more »

BOT honors b-ball champs

Rebecca Livingston, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

The Board of Trustees meeting April 8 was a rounded combination of celebration and business, ranging from honoring the men’s basketball team for their state championship win to discussing strategic planning. Santa Rosa Junior College President Frank Chong congratulated the Bear Cubs for making SRJC... Read more »

Parking revenue doubles after Holzworth arrest

JoshuOne Barnes, Multimedia Team
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

Parking revenues doubled in the year after the arrest of former SRJC District Police Officer Jeffrey Holzworth, who pleaded guilty to embezzlement charges on April 2. According to Kate Jolley, the director of fiscal services, in the last 12 months Holzworth was in charge he collected $215,805 of parking... Read more »

GUILTY: Holzworth could receive four years in plea deal

GUILTY: Holzworth could receive four years in plea deal

Erik Jorgensen, Editor-at-Large
April 15, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, News, Top Stories

Former campus cop Jeffrey Holzworth pleaded guilty to all charges of stealing $286,000 from Santa Rosa Junior College parking funds before his April 2, 2014 preliminary hearing. Holzworth accepted a plea deal for all 11 charges of receiving stolen property and one charge of grand theft by embezzlement,... Read more »

Generally Excellent: Oak Leaf receives highest honor at state convention

Generally Excellent: Oak Leaf receives highest honor at state convention

Faith Gates, News Editor
April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

Santa Rosa Junior College’s very own newspaper The Oak Leaf won the General Excellence award for the seventh time in the past eight years at the Journalism Association of Community College’s State Convention April 3-5. General Excellence is determined on three consecutive publications. Only 15... Read more »

Study Abroad: Paris

Study Abroad: Paris

Faith Gates, News Editor
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

The city of lights, the city of love and soon, the city of  exchange students. Santa Rosa Junior College’s Study Abroad program is heading to Paris, France for its fall semester-long adventure Sept. 6 to Dec. 5. SRJC students will be going with College of San Mateo, Diablo Valley College and Sacramento... Read more »

Holzworth pleads guilty to all charges

Erik Jorgensen, Editor-at-Large
April 2, 2014
Filed under Holzworth Investigation, News, Uncategorized

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Preliminary hearing set for Holzworth embezzlement trial

Erik Jorgensen, Courtroom Correspondent
March 27, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, Holzworth Investigation, News

The trial over embezzled campus parking meter money inched closer to commencing after a March 27 readiness hearing confirmed a preliminary hearing set for April 2. Former Santa Rosa Junior College officer Jeffrey Holzworth held sole responsibility, without oversight, for collecting parking fees from... Read more »

One leaves and one joins Associated Student’s Senate at recent meeting

Rebecca Livingston, Staff Writer
March 27, 2014
Filed under News

  The Associated Students Senate sifted through a variety topics, including a new appointment, the upcoming elections and budgets on Monday, March 24. T.J. Takahashi resigned from his position as vice-president of programs. In the midst... Read more »

Upcoming election season for Associated Students Senate

Rebecca Livingston, Staff Writer
March 25, 2014
Filed under News

Santa Rosa Junior College Student Elections for the Associated Student Senate are approaching fast, set for April 21-25. Omar Paz, the current Associated Students president, and Brian Phifer, a senate advisor recommend students run for a position on the senate for the sake of leadership experience... Read more »