trionavarro.pngViolinist Philip Santos and violist Marcel Gimperli join the Navarro Trio Sunday, April 3 at 2 p.m. in Schroeder Hall at Sonoma State University's Green Music Center to perform two masterpieces of Russian chamber music: the piano quintets of Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev.

golf player swingingSonoma State University sports update, March 22-29. Women's golf performs well at invitational, men's golf finishes third and women's water polo loses close game to Santa Clara.

art show flyerSonoma State University's annual Juried Student Exhibition opens in the University Art Gallery with a free public reception Wednesday, March 30, 5-7 p.m. and will be on view through Sunday, April 24.

florence bouvetNew research from Sonoma State University Economics Professor Florence Bouvet shows that since the Great Recession of 2008, increase in income inequality has been associated with stronger support for Democratic and other left-leaning incumbent parties.

nin solis and jill andersonThey were brought here as children by families in search of a better life, but were deported or returned voluntarily back to Mexico as adults. Upon returning, the 26 subjects of the 2014 book "Los Otros Dreamers" found themselves outsiders in their "native" country, many longing to return to the English-speaking land they grew up calling home. On Monday, April 4, DREAMers Club de Sonoma State University hosts a panel discussion with members of that group of 26 in the Student Center ballroom at 4 p.m.

president with rp city councilThe City of Rohnert Park has named Sonoma State University President Ruben Armiñana an Honorary Citizen of Rohnert Park for his 24 years of service to the university and the Rohnert Park community.

female water polo playerSonoma State University sports update, March 15-22. Women's water polo wins two of three in Indiana, men's golf finishes third and women's track and field sets 9 personal records.

matt james and bust of hemmingwayIn December 2015 I took a swell trip. While my students back on campus crammed for final exams in my lecture and laboratory courses, and sweated out documenting their lengthy geology field trip reports, I got schooled, in the good sense. I went to Cuba, an island in the humid tropics where perspiration flows like cheap rum. I joined 22 other scholar-tourists from 15 campuses around the country who converged in Miami, Florida, and then made the short flight to Havana, Cuba for the week-long education and research delegation.

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