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Netflix's Spanish-language programming might be just the ticket to get you through this next stretch of quarantine.

Creative “Cuarentena” Part II: Netflix’s Top 10 Spanish shows to binge in quarantine

May 21, 2020

If the last list left you wanting more Spanish shows to binge watch, look no further. Here are the last five of 10 suggestions for Spanish shows streaming on Netflix to satisfy your binge-watching needs.   “Gran Hotel” (Grand Hotel) “Gran Hot...

Santa Rosa Junior College's Board of Trustees held its first ever virtual board meeting where it voted to allow

SRJC Board expands ‘pass or no-pass’ grading throughout pandemic

April 16, 2020

In its first ever virtual board meeting, the Santa Rosa Junior College’s Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to allow students to switch from letter grades to “pass or no pass” at any time during the semester and until the Covid-19 emergency is resol...

Netflix's Spanish-language programming might be just the ticket to get you through this next stretch of quarantine.

Creative “Cuarentena” Part I: Netflix’s Top 10 Spanish shows to binge in quarantine

April 13, 2020

If you're finding yourself bored at home, why not stream TV in Spanish to either experience a different culture and learn a new language, or to practice what you already know while being entertained. Here are the first five of 10 suggestions for Spanish...

Santa Rosa Junior College on climate

Santa Rosa Junior College on climate

September 27, 2019

Reporters Marilyn Santos and Chuy Gonzales asked SRJC students, faculty and staff what they think and what they're doing about climate change. https://youtu.be/8LsOkQlB430

SRJC's captain Gizela Carranza passes through two Clovis defenders on Tuesday's game.

Bear Cubs emerge victorious after a tight game against Clovis

September 12, 2019

The Santa Rosa Junior College women’s soccer team faced Clovis Community College on Tuesday in Santa Rosa and emerged with a 2-1 victory.  During the first half of the game, two Clovis players were injured and the Bear Cubs’s midfielder Ryan ...

Not only do adjunct instructors sacrifice much of their personal lives to commute or make time for students, their positions are also largely at risk when schools make budget cuts.

Adjunct instructors make big sacrifices to deliver students an education

March 14, 2019

John Smith, a Santa Rosa Junior College mathematics instructor, is a “Freeway Flyer.” He is an adjunct professor who teaches at not one, but three colleges each semester — SRJC, Diablo Valley College and Solano Community College — all while living in...

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