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Final WHAM event talks modern female identity

Final WHAM event talks modern female identity

Fernanda Martinez, Reporter

The Women’s History Month and More (W.H.A.M) committee held its last and final event, “The Evolution of the Selfie: Deconstruction of the Female from 1400 to the Present,” on March 30. The event was composed of a panel...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Congressional honor for former BC adjunct

Congressional honor for former BC adjunct

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

Former Bakersfield College student and current adjunct professor Justin Reid was recently nominated and awarded a congressional honor by Congressmen David Valadao for his hard work and advancements in fire technology, said...

April 20, 2017No Comments

BC will not face kit fox charges

BC will not face kit fox charges

Brandon Cowan, Reporter

The Department of Fish and Wildlife requested last year that Bakersfield College face charges for its handling of the kit foxes located on campus, but the district attorney’s office did not file charges because it found...

April 20, 2017No Comments

‘Day of Visibility’ celebrates trans people

‘Day of Visibility’ celebrates trans people

April 20, 2017

The Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Teens 4 Equality program, in collaboration with the Bakersfield LGBTQ, held a rally March 31 at the intersection of 24th Street and L Street in celebration of the International Transgender...

Former instructor Ingram remembered

April 20, 2017

Raymond Ingram, who worked as a pastry chef and Bakersfield College culinary instructor, was remembered by friends and co-workers. Ingram was found shot dead in his home Feb. 22. Bakersfield police have arrested Michaele...

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Campus

Candidates for SGA president

Brandon Cowan, Reporter

Dezi Von Manos: Dezi Von Manos, 31, is a communication major who is currently the Bakersfield College student government director of legislative affairs. She is curren...

March 30, 2017No Comments

Free gift cards for practice test

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

In an effort to persuade students to take pilot assessment tests in language arts and mathematics, Bakersfield College is offering $20 gift cards to Target, according to Sue...

March 30, 2017No Comments

Kern County artists share and read recognizable work at BC

Gaiana Latelers, Reporter

On Feb. 16, the Bakersfield College Levan Center held a Poet Laureate hosted by Don Thompson. Each poet or art advocate read the works of each poet they were representing...

March 2, 2017No Comments

Audience enjoys Malcolm X play

Audience enjoys Malcolm X play

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

In honor of Black History Month, Bakersfield College hosted several events to embrace the African diaspora here in the United States. One of those was “Moon Over Malcom,”...

March 2, 2017No Comments

BC campus working on going green

March 2, 2017

In an effort to cut waste and increase recycling on campus, Bakersfield College has partnered with BARC and the Bakersfield Public...

BPD arrest car thief suspect on campus

February 15, 2017

Vehicle theft in the Administration parking lot ended with an arrest on Feb. 10. At about 1:20 p.m., the Public Safety office...

KVS sticker reduces bus pass

February 15, 2017

Bakersfield College students who have purchased a Kern Value Card are now eligible to receive $5 off the purchase of their next...

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Features

Pop-up art show from students

Pop-up art show from students

Megan Fenwick, Reporter

A Bakersfield College drawing II class displayed art pieces in a pop-up art show on April 6 on the grassy area by the Fine Arts department. Music played while passers-by perused...

April 21, 2017No Comments

BC annual Garden Fest ready to bloom

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

Bakersfield College’s annual Garden Fest will feature more booths and people than ever before, as well as benefit students in attendance by providing them the opportunity...

April 21, 2017No Comments

17th annual health and wellness fair

Ambria King, Reporter

On April 19 the Bakersfield College Health and Wellness Center and the Associates Degree Nursing Program will be holding the 17th annual Renegade Pulse Health and Wellness...

April 21, 2017No Comments

MEChA to host “Noche de Cultura” at the Bakersfield College campus

Lizette Chavez, Reporter

“Noche de Cultura” will be held on April 21 in the Outdoor Theater at Bakersfield College from 6-9 p.m. The event will be held in celebration of the diverse cultures that...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Renegade Struggles: Jesse Trevino

April 21, 2017

Meet Jesse Trevino, a student at Bakersfield College for the second time; he came back to BC to earn a degree in American Sign...

Comedic play ‘Metromaniacs’ at Indoor Theater

April 21, 2017

Directed by Kimberly Chin, “The Metromaniacs” is a comedic play by David Ives adapted from Alexis Piron’s La Métromanie....

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Sports

Bakersfield College softball battles for playoff spot

Bakersfield College softball battles for playoff spot

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

It’s almost the end of the season for the Bakersfield College softball team, and the biggest question of their season right now is if they will make it to the playoffs?...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Women set to advance; men to stay at home

Women set to advance; men to stay at home

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

The Bakersfield College women’s tennis team ended the regular season with a 10-2 conference record and 18-5 overall record. The Renegades finished in a three-way tie for...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Bakersfield swim team on their way to compete in the WSC champions

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

On March 31, the Bakersfield College swimming team went to Allan Hancock for the Western State Conference #3 with four different schools participating. The BC men and women...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Aguilar grows as a player

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

One of the standout players of the women’s tennis team this season has been sophomore Brittany Aguilar. This season, Aguilar has dominated in the doubles matches with her...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Hickman, BC continue to place high in big meets

Hickman, BC continue to place high in big meets

Sam L. Jaime, Sports Editor

Freshman Celia Hickman had been training for the Heptathlon all season, competing in as many events during meets as possible and training for hours on end. Hickman finally...

April 21, 2017No Comments

Bakersfield College tennis serves aces as programs aim for playoffs

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

With the rough hand they were dealt at the beginning of the season, men’s tennis is on the upswing, winning two matches against Fresno 8-1 and 9-0 on March 26. After...

March 31, 2017No Comments

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Reviews

‘I See Stars’ show was an amazing rock experience

‘I See Stars’ show was an amazing rock experience

Kylie Hendrickson, Reporter

“Life is too short…buy the damn concert tickets.” I have lived by that quote for as long as I can remember. When I was a teen who predominately lacked funds, I would...

April 24, 2017No Comments

‘Ghost in the Shell’ misses the mark

‘Ghost in the Shell’ misses the mark

April 21, 2017

Based on the Japanese manga “Ghost in the Shell” and directed by Rupert Sanders, “Ghost in the...

A comic as wicked as it’s divine

A comic as wicked as it’s divine

April 21, 2017

Recently I started to delve into the comic book world and, more specifically, graphic novels. I went...

‘Beauty and the Beast’ stays true to the original

‘Beauty and the Beast’ stays true to the original

March 30, 2017

I’m not a fan of Disney movies, however, Beauty and the Beast has always been my favorite since I was...

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