sam laymanSonoma State University sports update, October 19-25. Women's soccer wins one and ties another,getting ranked fourth in NCAA regional rankings; men's soccer ranked six in NCAA regional rankings after a win and a loss; women's tennis ends fall season with jensyn warren winning invite; women's volleyball wins two in a row; cross country finishes tournament 11th with Analicia Garcia placing 24th; women's golf.

charles ketchamAmerican pianist and conductor Charles Ketcham performs the works of G. I. Gurdjieff with percussionist Elizabeth Nott in a performance combining improvisational percussion with composed music on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. in Schroeder Hall at Sonoma State University's Green Music Center. Tickets are $8, free for SSU students.

ben smithMillions of young people around the world participate in massive multiplayer online (MMO) games, and for some countries, the effects are felt beyond the computer. Sonoma State University Human Development Professor Ben Smith is studying those effects thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation focusing on gaming and indigenous masculinities in Peru.

jane erwinSonoma State University's voice faculty presents their first joint recital, "Bel Canto," featuring sopranos Jane Erwin Hammett and Rhoslyn Jones and baritone Zachary Gordin singing arias, German lieder, and musicals in Schroeder Hall at the Green Music Center, October 28, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 for general admission, free to SSU students.

chasing promisesSonoma State University presents "Cries and Whispers: Paintings by John Yoyogi Fortes and Cate White" in the University Art Gallery, Nov. 3-Dec. 11. Admission to the gallery is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus. A free opening reception is Thursday, Nov. 3, 4-6 p.m. in the University Art Gallery.

A new MBA course implemented this fall at Sonoma State University has already resulted in viable sustainability projects for several North Bay businesses and organizations.

marilyn thompsonMembers of the Navarro Trio, Sonoma State University's chamber ensemble-in-residence, come together with two instrumental studio faculty for an afternoon of music for piano, flute, clarinet and cello in Schroeder Hall at the Green Music Center, October 23, 2 p.m.

media freedom summit posterSonoma State University's Project Censored celebrates 40 years of investigative independent journalism with the Media Freedom Summit, October 21-22, in the Student Center Ballrooms. The event includes a panel discussion with Abby Martin, Mnar Muhawesh, David Talbot and Mark Crispin Miller on the state of media freedom and the significance of independent journalism on October 21.

students posing for earth day photo Sonoma State University's commitment to sustainability has been recognized by one of the largest international higher education sustainability nonprofit organizations in the world. The University has received a Bronze Award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)'s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) program.

justin shulker and analicia garcia.jpgSonoma State University sports update, October 12-18. Shulker wins CCAA Golfer of the Week; Analicia Garcia breaks the cross country program record she set last week, earning her CCAA Runner of the Week and taking the team to a sixth place finish in the Santa Clara 6K Invite; men's soccer stays undefeated for another week; women's soccer dominates the weekend; women's volleyball wins a nail-biter; women's golf in fifth place at the SSU Invite during the first round; women's tennis superstar Jensyn Warren places fifth in ITA Oracle Cup; women's water polo coach, Coralie Simmons named new head coach at Cal Berkeley.

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