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SRJC BearFacts eNewsletter - 9.22.17 Publication

Dr. Chong's Blog

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Please read Dr. Chong’s latest blog, featuring quotes and

inspiration from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

He addresses both positive and challenging issues for all of us at SRJC.

 https://president.santarosa.edu/blog/justice-sotomayors-inspiring-life-lessons


 

Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Celebrating Latinx at SRJC Erine G: Empowerment Speaker and Comedian Santa Rosa Campus Wednesday September 13 2017 12-2:30pm 12pm Comedy show & discussion Newman Auditorium 1:30pm Reception MI Casa Garcia Hall 860 Petaluma Campus Thursday September 14 2017 11-2pm Reception Comedy Show Dissussion Petaluma Carole L. Ellis Auditorium Dia de Independencia Celebration Petaluma Campus Thursday, september 12 3 - 5pm Our House Intercultural Center Pc 116 Arte Y Resistencia: A look at the Lantinx Political art Movement of the 1960s to the present Mixed media workshop includes hands on silk-screening workshop. By Dr.Marianaand martin Zuniga Santa Rosa Campus Tuesday, September 19, 2017: 12 - 1:30pm Girvin Student Activities Center, Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center Aztec Art Workshop with Amanda Ayala Petaluma Campus - Thursday September 21 4- 5:30p, Our house Intercultural Center Pc 116 Un accompanied: Poems and Perspectives by Javier Zamora Santa Rosa Cempus Monday September 25 2017: 12 - 1:30pm Girvin Student Activities Center, Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center "What Do Corridos and Gangster Rap Have in common? talk by Dr. Amanda Morrison Petaluma Campus Wednesday September 27 4- 5:15pm Our House Intercultural Center PC 116 "Queering the intersections workshop with Javier Rivera Petaluma campus Tuesday October 3 4-5:15pm Our House Intercultural Center Pc 116 Indigenous People's Day Saturday October 14 8am- 8pm  Ya-Ka-Ama: 7465 Steve Olson Lan Forestville CA 95436 (Near Shone Farm) For More Information on SRJC's Latinx Celebration Please Contact 707-521-6906 Intercultural Committee Santa Rosa Junior College


Platicas (Conversations) on Whole Personal Health @ MI CASA 

THE CHALLENGES OF CHANGE HOW OUR PAST LIVES IN THE PRESENT Sept. 13 Dec. 13 MULTI-GENERATIONAL Oct. 11 TRAUMA Nov. 8 BOUNDARIES ?'s: call 707-521-6906 (llámenos si gustaría saber las fechas para platicas en español) you are encouraged to attend every lecture in the series, but if you cannot make it to every lecture, feel free to attend the ones you can THE SONOMA COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, RELIGIOUS CREED, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, ETHNIC GROUP IDENTIFICATION, PHYSICAL DISABILITY, MENTAL DISABILITY, MEDICAL CONDITION, GENETIC CONDITION, MARITAL STATUS, SEX, GENDER, GENDER IDENTITY, GENDER EXPRESSION, GENETIC INFORMATION OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN ANY OF ITS POLICIES, PROCEDURES OR PRACTICES; NOR DOES THE DISTRICT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT ON THE BASIS OF THEIR AGE. THIS NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY COVERS ADMISSION, ACCESS AND TREATMENT IN DISTRICT PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES--INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ACADEMIC ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AND ATHLETICS--AND APPLICATION FOR DISTRICT EMPLOYMENT. PLATICAS (CONVERSATIONS) ON WHOLE PERSONAL HEALTH Once a month on Wednesdays 11:30-1pm; SRJC MI CASA (Garcia 860) ACES WHAT ARE THEY, AND HOW TO SET THEM MULTI-GENERATIONAL TRAUMA THE CHALLENGES OF CHANGE HOW OUR PAST LIVES IN THE PRESENT Sept. 18 Nov. 27 Oct. 23 ?'s: call 707-521-6906 you are encouraged to attend every lecture in the series, but if you cannot make it to every lecture, feel free to attend the ones you can THE SONOMA COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, RELIGIOUS CREED, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, ETHNIC GROUP IDENTIFICATION, PHYSICAL DISABILITY, MENTAL DISABILITY, MEDICAL CONDITION, GENETIC CONDITION, MARITAL STATUS, SEX, GENDER, GENDER IDENTITY, GENDER EXPRESSION, GENETIC INFORMATION OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN ANY OF ITS POLICIES, PROCEDURES OR PRACTICES; NOR DOES THE DISTRICT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT ON THE BASIS OF THEIR AGE. THIS NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY COVERS ADMISSION, ACCESS AND TREATMENT IN DISTRICT PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES--INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ACADEMIC ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AND ATHLETICS--AND APPLICATION FOR DISTRICT EMPLOYMENT. PLATICAS (CONVERSATIONS) ON WHOLE PERSONAL HEALTH once a month on Mondays 6-7:30pm Lawrence Cook Middle School: Via Esperanza Room #42 ACES TRAUMA MULTI-GENERACIONAL LOS DESAFÍOS DEL CAMBIO COMO NUESTRO PASADO VIVE EN EL PRESENTE 18 de sept. 27 de nov. 23 de oct. Preguntas? llame al 707-521-6906 le recomendamos que participe en todos los talleres de la serie, pero si no es posible, pude acudir al que guste, sin que haya participado en los demás POLÍTICA DE NO DISCRIMINACIÓN: EL DISTRITO DEL COLEGIO DEL CONDADO DE SONOMA NO DISCRIMINA POR MOTIVOS DE RAZA, RELIGIÓN, CREDO, COLOR, ORIGEN NACIONAL, ASCENDENCIA, GRUPO ÉTNICO, DISCAPACIDAD FÍSICA, DISCAPACIDAD MENTAL, CONDICIÓN MÉDICA, CONDICIÓN GENÉTICA, ESTADO CIVIL, SEXO, GÉNERO, IDENTIDAD DE GÉNERO, EXPRESIÓN DE GÉNERO, INFORMACIÓN GENÉTICA U ORIENTACIÓN SEXUAL EN NINGUNA DE SUS POLÍTICAS, PROCEDIMIENTOS O PRÁCTICAS; NI DISCRIMINA CONTRA CUALQUIER EMPLEADO O SOLICITANTES DE EMPLEO POR MOTIVOS DE SU EDAD. ESTA POLÍTICA DE NO DISCRIMINACIÓN CUBRE LA ADMISIÓN, EL ACCESO Y EL TRATAMIENTO EN LOS PROGRAMAS Y ACTIVIDADES DEL DISTRITO – QUE INCLUYEN, PERO NO SE LIMITAN, A LAS ADMISIONES ACADÉMICAS, LA AYUDA FINANCIERA, LOS SERVICIOS EDUCATIVOS Y EL ATLETISMO Y LA SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO AL DISTRITO. EL DISTRITO DEL COLEGIO DEL CONDADO DE SONOMA ES UNA INSTITUCIÓN QUE OFRECE IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES. PLATICAS SOBRE LA SALUD PERSONAL TOTAL los lunes una vez al mes en la secundaria Lawrence Cook Middle School: en el cuarto Vía Esperanza #42 ACES


Our House, SRJC Petaluma

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“What Do Corridos and Gangster Rap Have in Common?”

Talk by Dr. Amanda Morrison

Wednesday September 27, 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM

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It may seem like a stretch to some, but Mexican folk ballads known as corridos and U.S. rap share some themes in common.

Both are rebel music. Both are controversial. Learn more at this talk and discussion.

 

“Queering the Intersections” (Workshop with Javier Rivera of Positive Images)

Tuesday October 3, 4:00 PM-5:15 PM

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In order to better support diverse LGBTQ+ communities, this workshop helps us understand sexuality and

gender in intersectional terms, as they relate to other aspects of identity including race, class, and citizenship status.


New CubCard+ Deals

20% OFF $5 OFF ANY HAIRCUT @ OLE TIMES BARBER SHOP ALL HAIR PRODUCTS @ VALENTINO'S BARBER LOUNGE All students must show their CubCard+ with the appropriate sticker on the back to receive the discount. Visit studentlife.santarosa.edu/cubcard to learn more about CubCard+ Valentino's Barber Lounge 7500 Commerce Blvd, Cotati, CA 94931 Ole Times Barber Shop 8571 Gravenstein Hwy, Cotati, CA 94931 NEW CUBCARD+ DEALS


Transfer Center News

Transfer Center Awareness Month


Career Workshops

FALL 2017 No need to register in advance, just show up! Bertolini, 3rd floor, Room 4875

Cover Letter & Resume Development

October 4th, 3 - 4 pm

Learn current best practices to prepare important marketing tools - your

resume and cover letter. You may bring a resume for a brief critique.


Planetarium show: Cassini: True Lord of the Rings

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The Planetarium is proud to invite you our show Cassini: True Lord of the Rings

SEPT 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, & 30

OCT 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, & 28

Like the Galileo and Voyager space crafts before it, the Cassini Spacecraft is one of the most sophisticated tools made by human hands.
Cassini has allowed us to explore worlds no one has ever set foot upon, specifically those in the realm of the great ringed giant Saturn.
Cassini has uncovered mysteries about the mammoth planet's ring structure, sent down a probe to explore the only moon known to have an
atmosphere, and even discovered water geysers on an unsuspecting moon thus hinting at a potential presence of simple life. 

Show times: Fridays 7:00 pm, Saturdays 4:00 pm, and Saturdays 7:00 pm. Note we no longer offer Sunday shows.

NO LATE SEATING. We reserve the right to re-sell any unclaimed seats at 5 minutes prior to show time.

Advanced Tickets available now! http://srjcplanetariumcassini.bpt.me


Student Health Services

FALL 2017  EVENTS A Better High  Thursday, September 28th 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Bertolini, Student Activities Center  Comedian and Substance Abuse Speaker Matt Bellace, PH.D. Matt uses humor to convey his message about healthy choices and natural highs. Wellness Fair  Thursday, October 19th 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.  Bertolini, Student Activities Center Join us for the 5th Annual SRJC Wellness Fair!  Come explore and experience interactive activities that will help you  develop tools and strategies to enhance your wellbeing. Enjoy a bite to eat,  captivating performances, meeting new people, and having fun! PEERS Workshop  Thursday December 7th 4:00 - 6:00 P.M.  Bertolini, Student Activities Center Wellness Wisdom for Winter: Sleep, Stress, and Student Success. Come join the PEERS to learn hints and habits to help you rest, relax, and recharge! Reproductive Health  Clinics  Santa Rosa Campus - Race Bldg. Wednesday 11:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Thursday 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. Call for Appointments (707) 527-4445  Petaluma Campus - Call Bldg. Every Thursday  Starting on Thursday August 31st  1:00 - 3:00 P.M. Call for Appointments (707) 778-3919  ACA, Medi-Cal, and CalFresh Enrollment Clinics  Santa Rosa Campus - Race Bldg. Monday & Tuesday 8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Call for Appointments (707) 527-4445  Petaluma Campus - Call Bldg. Monthly on Wednesday August 30th, September 20th, October 18th, November 29th, December 13th  9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. Call for Appointments (707) 778-3919  Visit the Student Health Services web site for more information and valuable health resources at: shs.santarosa.edu


FREE Food @ SRJC

You have classes. We have books. Let's get together. Textbooks on reserve @SRJC Libraries www.santarosa.edu/library 3 easy ways to find course reserves at the library 1 search textbooks on reserve from www.santarosa.edu/library 2 look for the library icon in the online schedule of classes ask a librarian at either campus


DACA Clinics

Do you have DACA? Know your rights Wednesday, September 20 from 6 - 7:30 in Lucchesi Community Center, Hosted by David Rabbit Saturday, September 23 at Cook Middle School Hosted by County Superintendent Steven Herrington, and Thursday, September 28 from 6 - 7:30 pm at Kawana Springs Elementary Hosted by Supervisor Shirlee Zane


Volunteers Needed!

Levi's Gran Fondo Volunteers Needed September 30, 2017 Sign up online at levisgranfondo.com/volunteer Join our volunteer crew support at-risk youth kingridgefoundation.org


Campus Clarity

Campus Clarity: Think About it New Students Online Training Starts September 5 Due October 5 Check Stop Sexual Violence


Annual Clery Campus Security Report

Sonoma County District Police

The Annual Clery Campus Security Report is now available online at

https://police.santarosa.edu/clery-annual-reports 

Hard copies may be obtained by contacting District Police at (707) 527-4963 or

in person at the District Police Department at the Pedroncelli building, 2032 Armory Drive, Santa Rosa.


Click the button below for more info on SRJC Bear Cubs!


The Sonoma County Junior College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin,
ancestry, ethnic group identification, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic condition, marital status, sex,
gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or sexual orientation in any of its policies, procedures or
practices; nor does the District discriminate against any employees or applicants for employment on the basis of their age. 

This nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access and treatment in District programs and activities - including
but not limited to academic admissions, financial aid, 
educational services and athletics - and application for District employment.

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