courtneyseda.jpgSonoma State University sports update, September 1-6. Women's Volleyball ends tournament with two wins; men's soccer fights for a pair of draws; women's soccer loses a match and settles for a draw in another; women's track and field finishes fourth at invitational.

piano performance in weill hallMore than 1,350 Sonoma State University students will be attending performances with their academic classes at the Green Music Center this fall free of charge thanks the University's Arts Integration program.

woodcutSonoma State University presents a collection of works by nationally and internationally recognized artists working in the centuries-old technique of woodcut in "Ink, Paper, Wood: Contemporary Woodcuts," Sept. 8-Oct. 16 in the University Art Gallery. Admission to the gallery is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus. A free opening reception is Thursday, Sept. 8, 4-6 p.m. in the University Art Gallery.

sonoma state university rankingFor the second consecutive year, Sonoma State University has been chosen by the Princeton Review as one of the best 381 colleges in the nation as well as one of the best in the West.

Congressmen and moderator at Future Forum tourCongressmen Mike Thompson and Eric Swalwell listened to concerns of millennials at Sonoma State University on September 1 as part of the House Democrats' Future Forum tour. Many students were amongst the audience of about 40 who cited student debt and the financial difficulty of purchasing a home as major issues facing those age 20-35.

math on chalkboardSonoma State University's Math Colloquium features lectures on topics like robotics, Kepler's Laws, the history of computers and more on Wednesdays at noon in Darwin 103. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

computer science forumThe 45th Sonoma State University Computer Science Colloquium Series features lectures on topics like robotics, automobile security and more. Lectures are Thursdays at noon in Salazar 2016. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

rebeccafeinwebsite.pngThe fall 2016 Feminist Lecture Series at Sonoma State University includes a special lecture by Sonoma County native Rebecca Fein, founding director of the "Powerful Voices Project." Her documentary film series tells stories of resilience, hope and recovery of people who have experienced sexual trauma. Other speakers include Sonoma State alumni and leaders from the local community. This fall's series includes topics like Islam vs. Feminism, breast cancer activism and more. Lectures are held on Thursdays, noon to 12:50 p.m. in Stevenson 1002. Admission is free, parking on campus is $5-$8. The series is presented by the Women's and Gender Studies Department at Sonoma State.

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