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Lianna Rae
· September 22, 2016
It is incredibly frustrating when nearly every time I want to use the quiet study room it is being used by faculty. I feel like this was never an issue when it was on the second floor. It is not as if... there aren't plenty of other unused rooms that faculty could use without impeding on a student's access to a quiet place to study. Shame on you Santa Rosa Junior College. See More
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The historical contributions of women are all to often overlooked, but the New York Times is trying to change that: Did you know that students, faculty, and staff get a free subscription to the New York Times through SRJC Libraries?

The poet Sylvia Plath and the novelist Charlotte Brontë. Ida B. Wells, the anti-lynching activist. These extraordinary women — and so many others — did not have obituaries in The New York Times. Until now.
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Photograph of 14 suffragists in a picket line, holding suffrage banners in front of the White House. Original photograph created in 1917 from the Records of the National Woman's Party; retrieved from the Library of Congress.

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