I have been working with AmeriCorps members here at Sonoma State for almost 5 years. It has been a pleasure as well as a learning experience for me.
In light of the recent repeal of reproductive rights throughout the United States, I can't help but wonder how this would affect the mortality rates for pregnant women of color.
“It was Interesting,” said Miranda Borero, a freshman from THAR 160 on her experience at Shadow Day this year, “I’ve never really done a ‘shadow’ project before so it felt very new.”
As a full-time student, part-time barista, and intern at the CCE office, I’m rather busy.
I had the opportunity to interview Sonoma State students and hear their thoughts on one of the pillars of American democracy, the right to vote. Historically, young people vote at much lower rates when compared to older people.