A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

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

Genaveve Clendenen, a student worker, poses in the entrance to Doyle Library, where she works to loan students laptops, chargers, books and chargers, among other resources.
The Perks of Being a Bear Cub
Max Millan, Editor • May 10, 2024

Hungry? Need therapy? Does your vehicle need repairs? Need affordable childcare, dental care, reproductive healthcare and more? You may resort to grossly expensive options when fulfilling...

The exterior of the SRJC planetarium dome with Maggini Hall and the soccer fields in the background. The planetarium entered service in 1980 and closed in 2018.
(please) Save the Planetarium
Rosemary Cromwell, Reporter • May 9, 2024

Did you know there was a time when Santa Rosa Junior College students could smooch with their crushes under the stars in comfy recliners while sitting next to a family just trying to...

SRJC student employees start with an hourly wage of $16.50 an hour, and can be raised to $17.50 after an evaluation and 600 hours of work. International students start even lower, at $15 an hour.
Students battle for living wages
Amy Moore, Reporter • May 9, 2024

The irony was not lost on Santa Rosa Junior College student-employee Alonso Rodríguez Villalobos that he had to quit his job as a student success...

SRJC student Jonny Brouillard observes clay figurines and other Native American artwork on display at the SRJC Multicultural Museum on March 28, 2024. Some of his favorite museum artifacts are located in the Southwest pottery collection.
Everyone agrees the NAGPRA updates are good, but without institutional support repatriations will take a while
Amy Moore, Reporter • April 9, 2024

Brenda Flyswithhawks, Santa Rosa Junior College professor of psychology, is pleased with the recent NAGPRA updates, even if her first thought...

Students from all over the county, including The Athenian School in Contra Costa County, sign in at the Feb. 23 M.E.Ch.A. Conference on Santa Rosa Junior College.
M.E.Ch.A. conference welcomes local high schoolers to SRJC
Amy Moore, Reporter • February 26, 2024

Despite pushback from college administrators, Santa Rosa Junior College’s M.E.Ch.A. de SRJC hosted hundreds of high schoolers at its conference,...

Magi Fedorkas portrait in front of Brew, a popular gathering spot, on Healdsburg Ave in Santa Rosa, Dec. 4, 2023.
Changing residents’ hearts and minds, one step at a time: Collaboration and conversations produce portraits of local activists
Amy Moore, Reporter • February 13, 2024

Kristen Throop wanted to change the way Santa Rosans view their city. So she changed the cityscape itself.  Throop, a Santa Rosa artist,...

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