BC vs. Antelope Valley on Jan. 20; Photos by Joe Bergman and Mason J. Rockfellow
BC vs. Santa Monica on Jan. 27; Photos by Joe Bergman and Mason J. Rockfellow
BC vs. Citrus on Jan. 30; Photos by Joe Bergman
As the second half of Western State Conference-South D... READ MORE »»
Both Bakersfield College men’s and women’s basketball teams earned the sweep Wednesday night over Antelope Valley College at the Gil Bishop Sports Center. The women’s team would get its first back-to-back wins of the season as they defeated the Marauders 73-66, and the BC... READ MORE »»
It didn’t take very long for the state’s 16th-ranked team, Bakersfield, to defend its ranking as they bulldozed past College of the Canyons Saturday evening at Gil Bishop Sports Center, 99-58.
The 41-point win was the largest margin of victory this season for Bakersfield (13-3 ov... READ MORE »»
James Pendleton had a game-high 19 points off the bench in the Renegades 99-58 win Saturday evening at the Gil Bishop Sports Center.
The Bakersfield College volleyball team’s season ended over the weekend, as the team lost to El Camino College 3-1 on Nov. 28 in the second round of the Southern California Regional playoffs. BC powered its way into the playoffs after winning six of its final seven conference match-ups, finishing the... READ MORE »»
The eighth annual Bakersfield Comic-con was a hit for both vendors and attendees alike.
The comic-con was held on Nov. 22, at the Kern County Fairgrounds and was organized by Steven Wyatt.
The special guests attending this con were cartoon/comic artists Aidan Casserly, Dan Parsons, Ashleymarie... READ MORE »»
The smoking policy on the Bakersfield College campus continues to be a matter of contention. Confusion and misinformation abound as to what, exactly, the hard and fast rules regarding what and where is acceptable for smokers... Read More »
On Feb. 3, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Bakersfield College counseling department will resume its Counseling Outreach Tables, according to BC counselor Jonathan Schultz.
Schultz said counselors will be... Read More »
Bakersfield College is currently undergoing construction and also has upcoming construction projects.
Don Birdwell of Maintenance and Operations said that the construction project by the Agriculture Department... Read More »
In Fall of 2015, Bakersfield College began conducting a nationwide search to fill three open administration positions as deans, which as of early December, finally concluded.
For two of these openings,... Read More »
[Photos Joe Bergman]
The Bakersfield College baseball team started the season 2-1, hoping to improve from last season, when they didn’t make the postseason for a second consecutive year.
“Everybody starts day one with the same goal. Everybody wants to win a state championship, and we’re not unique in that regard,” ... Read More »
Renegades were given the opportunity to start the new semester with healthy food options with the help of Murray Family Farms.
Bakersfield College and Murray Family Farms hosted a farmers’ market at... Read More »
Phi Theta Kappa and the Central Council of Ski and Sports Clubs presented sports filmmaker Warren Miller’s “Chasing Shadows” at the Bakersfield College Panorama Camups on Jan. 22.
This is the latest... Read More »
The Bakersfield College Agricultural Department hosted its annual orange sale on Jan. 27-28, organized by longtime agriculture teacher Bill Kelly.
The oranges, which are Washington naval oranges,... Read More »