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Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 5: The Mad Queen

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 5: The Mad Queen

May 16, 2019

  In this episode we discuss the 5th and second to last episode of Game of Thrones season 8. We talk about the Mad Queen, deaths both deserved and unexpected and what they could possibly do next to top themselves. Music courtesy of Floating Point Image courtesy of ...

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 4: King Pod

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 4: King Pod

May 9, 2019

This week we talk episode 4, we discuss deaths, ghosts and the inevitable reign of King Podrick. Join us next week for episode 5.   Music courtesy of Floating Point Image courtesy of SyFy...

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 3:

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 3: “Plot Armor:

May 7, 2019

On our third episode we discuss...you guessed it, the third episode of season 8 of Game of Thrones. We talk deaths, survivors and how much Jordan hates all of it. (We apologize for this late upload, the Oak Leaf staff are producing our Spring Magazine and schedules were tied ...

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 2:

Level Up! Game of Thrones Ep. 2: “We all know what his butt looks like”

April 25, 2019

On episode two we discuss...you guessed it, episode 2 of Game of Thrones season 8. We talk Ser Brienne, Podrick the Bard and play death bingo. Music courtesy of Floating Point Image courtesy of SyFy...

Level Up! special series: Game of Thrones

Level Up! special series: Game of Thrones

April 21, 2019

 In this first installment of a limited series, Devin and Jordan talk with new addition Aria (no relation) about Game of Thrones, specifically Season 8 which just premiered. This will be the first of a 6 episode series reacting to each episode and predicting the direction...

SRJC student, Daniela Rodas, 20, Petaluma

Miss Sonoma County profile: Daniela Rodas

March 2, 2019

Watching Sonoma County residents come together during the fires inspired Santa Rosa Junior College third-year student Daniela Rodas to run for Miss Sonoma County and advocate for volunteering locally.   Originally from Novato, the 20-year-old...

SRJC student, Lyndsey Burcina, 19, Santa Rosa

Miss Sonoma County profile: Lyndsey Burcina

March 2, 2019

Lyndsey Burcina celebrated her 19th birthday the day before she competes in this year’s Miss Sonoma County competition. The young politician hopes to bring awareness to creating a safe school climate by reducing bullying.   Burcina is majoring...

SRJC student, Elita Damron, 19, Santa Rosa

Miss Sonoma County profile: Elita Damron

March 2, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College sophomore Elita Damron believes she has what it takes to become Miss Sonoma County. She’s personally invested in her platform and is a successful student despite any adversity she's faced. The 19-year-old mathematics major was born i...

SRJC administrative assistant in the communication studies department Jennifer O'Mahony and her dog Bochy, named after Giants' manager Bruce Bochy, enjoy the rare snowfall outside her Glen Ellen home February 5, 2019.

Not quite a snow day

February 5, 2019

Students of Santa Rosa Junior College were excited at the possibility of waking up to snow Tuesday morning, for the first time since early 2002, after checking the weather Monday night. Only a select few actually saw this dream come true. Weather...

Instructor Paul Mossman in his office.

From teething to teaching

December 13, 2018

Like many who have large families, Paul Moosman began taking care of kids at 13, when he became an uncle for the first time. Babysitting started him down a path that led to a career in early childhood education as an instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College. ...

Courtesy of Sony Entertainment

Venom: Predictably Bad But Funny

October 16, 2018

Spoiler Free! If you’re going to pay to see “Venom,” stick with 2D and cheaper matinee shows. If you want to save some money, this movie might be fun to laugh at on the smaller screen when it inevitably hits Netflix within the next year. From ...

Eminem’s surprise “Kamikaze” album, bombs.

September 13, 2018

I have great respect for Marshall Mathers, but after listening to his new album “Kamikaze” after the Beyonce style surprise release on Aug. 31, I was so disappointed in him as an artist that I wanted to turn it off by the third track. I give ...

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