celslogo.pngThe 2017 Center for Ethics, Law and Society (CELS) lecture series brings intriguing philosophical questions surrounding robots, electioneering, food, law and more to Sonoma State University. The series features speakers from the North Bay and beyond, with an eye toward both local and global effects. Lectures are held on Tuesdays, 12:05-12:55 p.m., in Stevenson 1002. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

field area west marin countySonoma State University's Geology Lecture Series brings speakers from all around Northern California to the Rohnert Park campus including Fellow of the Geological Society of America for 2016, Dr. Charles Lesher.

judy sakakiSonoma State University President Judy K. Sakaki will speak at Beebe Memorial Church in Oakland on Sunday, Feb. 12 to encourage young people to go college as part of the 12th annual California State University Super Sunday higher education initiative.

carleigh robinsonSeawolf sports update, Jan. 25-Feb. 7: Women's water polo player, Carleigh Robinson named Player of the Week; women's softball has amazing start to their season; men's basketball continues to impress; women's basketball falters; women's tennis loses their season opener; men's baseball changes schedule around due to rainy weather.

marionette puppetFind out who's really pulling the strings when the Sonoma State Symphony Orchestra presents its first-ever family concert on Feb. 26 in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center, featuring Bay Area marionette performance group Fratello Marionettes.

margot gerritsenIn addition to topics like Native American math and the geometry of M.C. Escher, Sonoma State University's Math Colloquium features a lecture by Stanford professor andTED Talk speaker Margot Gerritsen about the importance of Linear Algebra. Lectures are on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. in Darwin 103. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.

picnic basket on GMC lawnTaste of Sonoma, the signature food and wine event of the annual multi-day Wine Country Weekend, is moving to Sonoma State University. The event will take place over two days instead of one at its new home, the Green Music Center, over Labor Day weekend.

richard wolff Economics professor, author and radio host Richard D. Wolff explores alternatives to Capitalism in a talk titled "Our Economic Futures: Teaching Real Choices" at Sonoma State University on Monday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center. Tickets are $15, free for SSU students with ID.

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