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The panelists discuss initiatives towards gun violence prevention on April 21.

Aiming for safety with Rep. Thompson

May 1, 2018

Mike Thompson, U.S. Congressman of California’s Fifth District (which includes Santa Rosa and much of Sonoma County) and chair of the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, makes a daily effort to combat gun violence in the nation. He facilitated t...

The speakers end the event with a panel by Matt Cox (2nd left), Nicolette Gottuso (middle) and Lyndsey Burcina (far right).

Route to recovery

April 25, 2018

She recovered from drugs. She wanted to recover from being average. She is still recovering from herself. At 24, Nicolette Gottuso, a speaker at Santa Rosa Junior College’s Recovery Night, is nine years sober and was recently accepted into a gradua...

Women in Technology guest panelists Patricia Prewitt, Dr. Catherine Ball and Dr. Carole Thoraval spoke with SRJC students March 30 on the Petaluma campus as part of a Women's History Month event. Photo by Jennifer Do.

Women’s pace in the digital race

April 5, 2018

Three high-profile women in technology shared experiences working in a field that doesn’t typically see a woman’s name beyond Siri and Alexa. Women from X, the moonshot factory, Ancestry.com and VIAVI Solutions gathered March 30 for the Women in...

A portion of “Divining” by Kelsey Stephenson fills several walls in the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery. Photo by Jennifer Do.

Seeking your farthest shore

March 1, 2018

The international art exhibition, “The Farthest Shore,” invites viewers to experience art and ideas beyond themselves. The exhibition features six printmaking artists from Canada, Ukraine and the U.S. On the surface, the theme is landscapes. The...

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