An evening to recap the events and special moments that we shared together this month.
If you walk away with one idea from this presentation, let it be that students who say, “I am not good in math,” or those who have historically underperformed on standard-
Kick off Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week by experiencing what its like to dine in a third world country. No RSVP needed, and it is free to students.
We will be viewing a powerful documentary titled A Place at the Table and creating tie blankets that will benefit shelters in Sonoma County. No RSVP needed.
This talk will highlight some interesting theorems regarding sets of circles in the plane, including (1) Descartes's Four-Circles Theorem, which in a simple formula con-
The geometry of ancient Greece, formalized by Euclid into the famous axiomatic system that we were first introduced to in grade school, began more than two-thousand
Puppies! Does that get you excited, well puppies are coming to campus! Paws for Healing is bringing canine-assisted therapy dogs to help spread warmth across campus.
The Intersectional Comedian is about how comedy can be an outlet for social change, rather than using marginalized people as the source of the joke.
Come one, come all; and let the games begin! Challenge your friends, compete on your own, or watch your fellow Seawolves compete in SSU’s first ever Wii Games Tournament.