PAC classrooms in use, theaters are on the way

Although the theaters may not be up and running just yet, the classrooms in the Simonsen Performing Arts Center are open and being utilized as construction continues on the theaters. The halls stream with students from the BC Theater Club as... READ MORE »»


Cookies bring in the dough

The cookies sold at the Panorama Grill and the Food Court Deli at Bakersfield College are baked fresh daily and are seeing a substantial increase in sales this semester. According to Alex Gomez, the Food Services manager at BC, last year saw... READ MORE »»


BC wrestlers trying to find winning way

  With an extra week to prepare for West Hills College due to the cancellation of the Sept. 12 dual between the Renegades and the Rams of Victor Valley, the Bakersfield College wrestling team had their eyes set on making a statement to... READ MORE »»


BC rally focuses on water issues

The “Rally for Water for the Central Valley,” as flyers read, was set up by the Student Government Association and hosted at Bakersfield College on Sept. 3. The event brought along Kern County elected officials to discuss the California... READ MORE »»



Credit union helps downtown area

Amber Hayden, Photo Editor

If you happened to be in the area of H Street lately, you may have noticed a few improvements surrounding the one-acre Kern Federal Credit Union lot. The credit union has... read story

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments


The good, the bad, and the fried

James Macias, Reporter

  Taste is what brought me out this weekend to the Kern County Fair – the taste of food. I am quite fond of eating, so this was a perfect assignment for rating food... read story

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments


Karen O’s breakout album just so so

Elizabeth Castillo, Reporter

Known for her wild and manic antics as the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s frontwoman, Karen O somewhat misses the mark in her gentle, lo-fi solo debut, “Crush Songs.” The record begins... read story

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments



Alumni dinner held for athletes

Isiah Bryson, Reporter

The fall season is coming upon us and that means it’s time for Bakersfield College’s annual alumni barbecue. This year marks the 60th year hosted by the Alumni Association.... read story

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments


Racist allegations: Seperate reprecussions for front office

Mohamed Bafakih, Reporter

  With the wakening of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s case in April, it seemed clear that first-year NBA commissioner Adam Silver would not allow... read story

September 24, 2014 • 1 comment