Jack London State Historic Park and the Sonoma Community Center will mark their mutual 2016 Centennial Celebrations with the presentation of the Jack London Classic Film Fest. The festival will feature screenings of Call of the Wild (1935) starring Clark Gable and Loretta Young, Sea Wolf (1941) starring Edward G.
Among Sonoma State University Library’s many unique and diverse Special Collections are the John W. Hudson papers.
John W. Hudson (1857-1936) spent much of his working life as an ethnographer and collector, conducting extensive research among the Potter Valley Pomo Indians of Mendocino County, California.
November brings some new books with a political theme. You can find these books on our special "It Matters!" display in the library lobby. Don't forget to vote!
Come celebrate the spookiest day of the year and the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's creation, Frankenstein, with a Gothic Horror Fest in the library! The Sonoma State University English Students Association is hosting this event, where ghost stories will be read, prizes will be awarded, and we'll celebrate all things gothic! Wear your best costume and come prepared to be spooked!
We have new DVDs for October! Watch some movies while waiting for those trick-or-treaters!
From the beginnings of Sonoma State College to our current university, student newspapers have been a consistent part of campus life. The ten iterations of student newspapers since 1961 reflect their time and offer glimpses into the origins of issues still with us today. Topics range from anti-war activism to legal battles over censorship.
We've got lots of great new books this month for your perusal. Come browse our New Books and Popular Reading shelves on the second floor of the Library. Some of our new books include:
The University Library is pleased to participate in this year's Sonoma County Reads. Sonoma County Reads is a community reading program that encourages residents to join together in the shared experience of reading and discussing the same book.
Fall is in the air, leaves are changing, and new books are rolling into the University Library. Here are some highlights: