butterfly with barbed wireThe spring 2016 Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series features cautionary tales of international genocide throughout history, survivor stories, and visiting lecturers from around the nation. Lectures are on Tuesdays, 4-6 p.m. in Warren Auditorium in Ives Hall at Sonoma State unless otherwise noted.

Lynn Cominsky receives the Wang AwardSonoma State University physics and astronomy professor Lynn Cominsky has received the $20,000 Wang Family Excellence Award for her extraordinary commitment to student achievement and exemplary contributions in her fields.

amache artistSonoma State University has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize artifacts from former detainees of the Amache Japanese internment camp located near Granada, Colorado.

art from the heart poster 2016Sonoma State University's Art From the Heart party and silent auction is an exciting evening of art, food, fine wine, and music that has become one of the longest continually-held fundraising events in the area and a "must" for novice and seasoned collectors alike. The 32nd annual reception and silent auction is Saturday, Feb. 6, 6-9 p.m. in the University Art Gallery at Sonoma State University.

Men's Basketball Stays Hot at Home

January 11, 2016 8:50 AM

ssu basketball player guarded by two defendersSonoma State University sports update, Jan. 4-11

Men's Basketball

Sizzlin' Seawolves Slam Toros in Convincing Win
David Ahern scored a season-high 20 points and Nathan Molony-Benjamin added 12 points and a game-high seven rebounds off the bench as the Sonoma State men's basketball team boasted an all-around effort in a convincing 68-48 victory Jan. 9 over visiting Cal State Dominguez Hills at The Wolves' Den in Rohnert Park. The Seawolves jumped to 8-5 overall this season and 3-4 in the CCAA. The Toros fell below .500 at 7-8, dropping to 1-6 against conference opponents.

ornette coleman playing saxThe Sonoma Film Institute's spring schedule includes fantastic films from around the world, including Cuba, Poland, Italy, India and more. Classics like "To Kill a Mockingbird" and new films like "The Pearl Button" are screened in Warren Auditorium, Ives Hall at Sonoma State University on Fridays and Sundays. Suggested ticket donation is $5, parking on campus is $5-$8. For more information visit www.sonoma.edu/sfi or call 707.664.2606.

child on bike in ssu gym with instructor The Cycle Without Limits bike camp for children with special needs will be held January 15-18 at Sonoma State University. The camp uses specially-designed bicycles to teach children who often have difficulty learning how to ride a conventional two-wheeled bicycle.

lynn cominskySonoma State University physics and astronomy professor Lynn Cominsky has received awards from two professional societies for her work in bringing STEM education to K-12 and college classrooms.

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