hunger and homelessness awareness week posterWith the giving season right around the corner, Sonoma State University is giving back to the community during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on campus Nov. 7-9.

ssu orchestraWalk, run, drive, or bike to Weill Hall at the Green Music Center on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. for the Sonoma State University Symphony Orchestra's second concert of the 2016-17 season, "Modes of Transportation." The program is comprised of four pieces, each inspired in different ways by humankind's remarkable mobility.

give to ssu banerOn November 29, Sonoma State University will again participate in #GivingTuesday, a global effort dedicated to donating to nonprofit organizations following the spending craze of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Sonoma State's theme this year is "Add to SSU'S Cart," and donors can share the message on social media with #Give2SSU.

men's soccer clinchSonoma State University sports update, October 26-November 1. Men's soccer clinches CCAA playoff spot; women's soccer clinches the No. 2 seed in CCAA Tournament, ranked No.3 in NCAA regional rankings; women's golf ends fall season placing second in the Cal State San Marcos Fall Classic; women's volleyball beats both Stanislaus and Chico to earn a spot in CCAA Tournament; men's tennis ends fall season; women's basketball preseason has started.

vote buttonsStudents at Sonoma State University are going beyond Hillary and Trump in their exploration of this year's election. Two public viewing parties are being held on campus as students and the community watch the results roll in on November 8.

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.

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.

alcohol awarenessSonoma State University's Alcohol Awareness Week takes place on campus October 24-28 to highlight the dangers of irresponsible alcohol consumption and to educate students on alternatives and responsible drinking methods.

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