The cross country team led the way Sept. 23 at the Bakersfield Invitational. Although not one the more competitive meets the team has competed in this year, the boys and girls still showed up ready to race.
The meet was held at Bakersfield, Hart Park on a clear and sunny afternoon. The runners start... READ MORE »»
The Bakersfield College men and women’s swim team will host there annual free community swimming lesson for ages two and up at the BC Swimming pool on Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Ten people drown each day in the United States, with most of the cases being young children due to low or no swimming... READ MORE »»
Every year the American Library Association holds a week-long event celebrating the top ten most challenged books in the United States, which this year takes place Sept. 22-Oct. 1.
Faith Bradham, Bakersfield College reference librarian, set up the display in the BC library on the second floor, adjacen... READ MORE »»
As the number of service animals on Bakersfield College’s campus increases, so does awareness about what these animals can do for disabled students and veterans.
Dr. Terri Goldstein, director of Disabled Students Programs and Services at Bakersfield College, believes there is a specific reason for... READ MORE »»
Matt Alvarez has been the kicking coach at BC since 2010, but he’s more than just your average kicking coach. Alvarez graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2010, but he hasn’t exactly been using the degree for his current job.
Alvarez is 29 years... READ MORE »»
Recently, multiple security alerts have been sent out through text messages, voicemails and emails to Bakersfield College students. The alerts have been regarding a male driver harassing female joggers along Panorama Drive.... Read More »
Californians have had what some might call a “love-hate relationship” with the death penalty. From 1778 to 1972, the state carried out 708 executions. Then, in 1972, the State Supreme Court found capital... Read More »
In 1960, 70 million Americans turned on their black-and-white television sets to watch Vice President Richard Nixon debate Senator John F. Kennedy in what was the first televised presidential debate. While... Read More »
Sexually Transmitted Diseases are the single biggest threat to a young person here in Kern County today. That might seem like an exaggeration but it’s a direct paraphrase of something said by Ray Purcell,... Read More »