SRJC In the News - March 2022

Zinfandel According to Nalle
Tim Fish
Wine Spectator
Andrew Nalle, enology, viticulture, Santa Rosa Junior College


SRJC’s Cinema Series returns after two-year pandemic break
Argus-Courier Staff
Santa Rosa Junior College, SRJC Petaluma, Petaluma campus, Petaluma Film Alliance, cinema instructor, Mike Traina, Carole L. Ellis Auditorium, screenwriting instructor, Eric Adams, Veterinary Tech instructor, Dan Famini


City of Petaluma Announces New Fire Chief
Maggie Fusek
The Patch
Fire Chief Jeff Schach, graduate, Fire and Paramedic Academies, Santa Rosa Junior College


Bennett Friedman Quartet Live Jazz Concert 2022: Santa Rosa
Susan C. Schena
The Patch
Santa Rosa Junior College, SRJC, Newman Auditorium, SRJC Music Department, SRJC Foundation Jazz Studies Fund, Jazz Studies


Women’s Public Safety Day in Santa Rosa a hit with attendees of all ages, genders
Mary Callahan
Press Democrat
Sy’rai Mims, firefighting class, Santa Rosa Junior College


Help available for SRJC students during pandemic
Santa Rosa Junior College, SRJC, COVID-19, aid, federal Pell Grant, California College Promise fee waivers and grants, Cal Grants, Student Success Completion Grants, federally funded emergency grants, Doyle Scholarship, SRJC Foundation scholarships, community donors, SRJC President, Dr. Frank Chong, financial aid staff, outreach efforts, virtual workshops, personalized, remote support services, students, Free Application for Federal Student, FAFSA, California Dream Act Application, CADAA, Pell Grant, Cal Grant, SRJC for Free, Erin Mitchell, California Community College Cal Grant Entitlement program, California Student Aid Commission, Cash for College Workshops


Rotarians take on two new projects
Ann Q. Peters
Kenwood Press
SRJC Fire Academy, Santa Rosa Junior College, $1,500 scholarship, Sonoma Valley, SRJC Foundation


The Oak Leaf

Cooking alone: The challenge in learning culinary arts during a pandemic
Michael Combs
Oak Leaf
Michael Hogle, Culinary Arts Sanitation and Safety class, Canvas, Santa Rosa Junior College culinary arts program, classes online, SRJC, vocational skills, tools, professional equipment, instructor, classmates, Benjamin Goldstein, SRJC dean of agriculture, natural resources and culinary arts, Burdo Culinary Arts Center, remote learning, associate degrees, automotive, diesel, machine tool, welding, enrollment, Betsy Fischer, culinary arts instructor and coordinator, culinary career center

Black Student Union holds “What is Black?” seminar to discuss the African American Community in Sonoma County
Liam Vinueza
Oak Leaf
Black Student Union, Student Body President, Delashay Carmona Benson


Help SRJC choir students get to Carnegie Hall
Michael Combs
Oak Leaf
Santa Rosa Junior College, concert choir, chamber singers, Burbank Auditorium, Carnegie Hall, concert, Singing for Our Dreams, Jody Benecke, Nancy Hayashibara, music department,

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The Oak Leaf On-Line: Russia Invades and SRJC playoff basketball
SRJC Media 19
live show, SRJC, Media 19 Studio Production class, Oak Leaf journalists, SRJC Playoff basketball

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SRJC African-American literature specialist inspires students to learn through life experience
La Reva Myles
Oak Leaf
Santa Rosa Junior College, African-American literature specialist, Dr. Erik Atkinson, English 1A, SRJC, English department, English Instructor and Department Chair, Dr. Sheryl Cavales-Doolan


A curious incident occurs on stage with SRJC Theater Department’s first in person performance since the pandemic
Ava Domenichelli
Oak Leaf
Santa Rosa Junior College theater department, in-person production, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, Burbank Theater, Director Laura Downing-Lee, actors, cast, members, SRJC, students


Students and instructors react in wake of Russia’s unprovoked attack
Ava Domenichelli
Oak Leaf
Santa Rosa Junior College, students, instructors, mathematics major, Laura Jojoa, English major, John Oster, Natalie Whiting, McDieun Philidor, SRJC theater arts major, Psychology major Lyric Pearson, Andrew James, chemistry, Mossimo Tuscany, kinesiology, Daniel Moskowitt, sociology, Daniela Ingargiola, Victoria Canela, History instructor, Anne-Marie Donegan, political science, history, Johannes Van Gorp