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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

Video: “Cry to God” religious group squares off against SRJC students

Andres Pimentel
One student’s sign stands out. “Hail Cheeses” drew smiles and laughter in front of the religious group.

A crowd gathered and counter-demonstrated on Tuesday, Feb. 6 after religious group “Cry to God” displayed provocative signs at the Santa Rosa Junior College quad.

Warning: video contains explicit language.


Video shot and edited by Chelsea Wood & Jose Gonzalez.

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About the Contributors
Chelsea Wood
Chelsea Wood, Opinion Editor
           Chelsea is a journalism major who has been with The Oak Leaf for two semesters and is now the Opinion Editor. She’s completed almost every journalism class and will be graduating SRJC with a journalism certificate Spring 2018. She will transfer to Humboldt State University in the fall to complete here bachelor’s degree. After college she plans on becoming a travel journalist who will cover culture, cuisine, female roles and rights as well as the environmental states of the places she visits.                                                                                                        In her free time she enjoys acrylic painting, some of which she gives away as part of the Sonoma County Instagram event, Free Art Friday an online art scavenger hunt where local artists are able to hide art and post clue pictures for the public to find. She also loves spending time with her four cats; Tofu, Shumai, Loki and Lily as well as crappily singing in the car, shower and pretty much anywhere people aren’t around.
Jose Gonzalez
Jose Gonzalez, Multimedia/ Spanish Editor
Jose Gonzales is a Journalism major in his fourth year at Santa Rosa Junior College. In his 5th semester at the Oak Leaf, Jose is Multimedia and Spanish editor. Jose faces difficulties with writing, but compensates with his multimedia editing skills. Even with his writing difficulties he still strives for success and self-improvement. Jose will be the first of his family to graduate from college with an Associates degree and hopes to find a job in the Entertainment industry that will pay him enough to take care of him and his family. 

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    Jess KochFeb 8, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    Face. Palm. I just can’t even. where to start? Wow just wow. Such Aggressive. Much Ego. Halp. STAAAHP.

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    Zach KochFeb 7, 2018 at 8:10 pm

    God I love Santa Rosans. Makes me miss home