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Stop by for happy hour every day from -6 p.m.

Jack and Tony’s Restaurant and Whisky Bar

April 10, 2017

Take a page from the Three Little Pigs and hideout from the wolves of the world. Find solace within the brick structure of Jack and Tony’s Restaurant and Whisky Bar during happy hour from 4-6 p.m. every day. Located on fourth street in Santa Rosa’s historic...

The cast consists of a diverse range of actors of all races, remaining true to the creator's vision.

Revolutionary Latino musical opens at SRJC

April 10, 2017

Many young adults search for their place in the world and struggle to decide what to do with their lives. Turns out, young adult characters in Broadway musicals do too. The characters of “In the Heights,” the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical win...

Although a rendition of Power Rangers seemed appealing, the result was mediocre.

All icing, no cake: Power Rangers should morph into a better movie

April 10, 2017

The “Power Rangers” is certainly flashy. You know what else is flashy? A golden pile of shit. If the Power Rangers hold a special place in your heart, then you might want to take a chance and see this movie. If you are looking for a good film playin...

Audience attentively watches the selection of shorts, some submitted by SRJC students, on the Petaluma campus April 7.

Short Films: Petaluma film fest showcases visually pleasing cinematography from local aspiring film makers

April 10, 2017

The ninth annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival on the Santa Rosa Junior College  Petaluma campus featured 22 short films, all made by aspiring local filmmakers including both high school students and retirees. The films took a variety of forms...

Follow hip hop culture with Ali Benzerara.

Keeping America woke with “ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA$$”

April 10, 2017

The hip-hop community was disappointed when Kendrick Lamar announced he pushed back the April 7 release date for his fourth studio album to later this month. However, Joey Bada$$ stepped in to fill the void with his latest album “ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA...

Come watch a variety of short films created by aspiring film students from Sonoma County.

A night of shorts : The 9th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival commences!

April 5, 2017

No plans this Friday? Check out the 9th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival on Friday April 7, 2017. The festival starts at 7 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Junior College in the Carole L. Ellis Auditorium with a pre-festival mixer at 6 p.m., and it...

Donald Laird of SRJC's Computer Studies department testing the new college drone out.

Ready for take off

April 4, 2017

Donald Laird, chair of Santa Rosa Junior College’s computer studies department, specializes in teaching what he likes to call “the fun stuff”—3D printing, social media, photoshop, and soon, a new course for fall 2017 on piloting drones. Yes, drones. Laird...

Santa Rosa march for transgender students

Santa Rosa march for transgender students

March 19, 2017

Almost one month after the federal ruling on transgender bathroom rights, a crowd of several hundred people gathered at Santa Rosa City Hall this Saturday to march against President Donald Trump and his administration's new policy towards transgender...

Islamophobia on the rise

Islamophobia on the rise

March 14, 2017

The best way to break stigmas is education. Accordingly, Santa Rosa Junior College hosted a seminar March 8 on the growing issue of fear towards Islam in the United States. The seminar, titled “Islamophobia: Islam in the American Imagination” an...

Santa Rosa Junior College rugby team start practice with scrumming drills with the forwards and second rows.

Rugby bulldozes competition

March 14, 2017

Santa Rosa Junior College rugby head coach, Steve Wren, has once again led his squad to a near-perfect season despite the changing roster mirroring a revolving door for student athletes. The SRJC rugby squad [4-1] continues to reign supreme in the...

Winds gusting at 45 miles-per-hour toppled an approximately 250-year-old oak tree at the Santa Rosa campus Nov. 1.

Race issues main focus in Black Student Union panel discussion

March 14, 2017

“What serves black and chicano students serves all students,” according to Thomas Brown. “Have there been bumps in the road? Absolutely. I’m not your ‘typical Negro.’ Like Malcolm X said, ‘if you’re black and not angry, you’re crazy!” Brown,...

SRJC swimmer Taylor Sargis leaps out of the water mid butterfly stroke during the Cuesta Invitational March 11.

Swim and dive cleans up at Cuesta Invitational

March 14, 2017

The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams took a two-day trip to the Cuesta Invitational in San Luis Obispo and it was more than worth their time. Santa Rosa Junior College solidified its state rankings at Cuesta College March 10-11 with 17 total...

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