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The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

Staying Sane in Sonoma County
This episode we talk about the conventional ways to deal mental issues, and how effective (or ineffective) they are. Content Warning: Suicide, Depression
Robert F. Agrella Gallery in Doyle Library displays Spring 2024 student art show
Robert F. Agrella Gallery in Doyle Library displays Spring 2024 student art show
Sean Shanks, Reporter • May 7, 2024
Fogbelt Station has a nice variety of beers on tap with wines and ciders also available.
Review: Fogbelt Station in Healdsburg
Sean Shanks, Reporter • April 11, 2024
SRJC film studies instructor Mike Traina (far-left) responds to questions alongside 20 creators of the short films showcased at the 16th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival on April 5 in the Carole L. Ellis auditorium at SRJC Petaluma.
Students showcase cinematic excellence at 16th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival
Max Millan April 11, 2024
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Staying Sane in Sonoma County - Episode 4: Alternative Methods
Peter Morales, Michael Combs, and Evan Nazarov May 20, 2024

In this episode, we talk about alternative methods that people use to deal with both their issues, as well as mental illness.

"I Have Something to Say" Episode 2: San Franfreaksco
Emelle Raschein, John Greenwood, and Sal Sandoval-Garduno May 14, 2024

In this episode of "I Have Something to Say" we talk about the San Francisco punk scene and all the nitty gritty in the city! We talk out favorite...

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