LED upgrades get installed around campus

As part of funding given to Bakersfield College by the passage of California Proposition 39 back in 2013, the current bulbs in the light poles around BC are being replaced by new LED lights. Jim Coggins, the manager of Maintenance and Operations... READ MORE »»

High-tech sim man aids BC students

“Clear!” students yelled to ensure that no one was touching their patient as they delivered a shock to the Code Blue cardiac arrest patient, working to get its pulse back during a simulation on March 25. Bakersfield College Allied Health... READ MORE »»

Imagine celebrates anniversary

Dance performances, cake, and country music were all a part of the 20th anniversary celebration for Imagine Ballet Company, a pre-professional ballet company in Kern County. The celebration took place on March 22, in which the company offered... READ MORE »»

Torres ranked first in WSC shot put event

Bakersfield College’s Alicia Torres holds the No. 1 ranking in the shot put for the Western State Conference. Torres has been a major point scorer for the women’s track and field team in the shot put, discus throw and hammer throw. “It’s... READ MORE »»

News

Grade check to help student athletes succeed

Robert Mullen, Sports Editor

Bakersfield College athletics is in the testing phase of a new grade check program designed to help student athletes. Helmed by Interim Athletics Director Sandi Taylor, the... read story

April 2, 2014 • 0 comments

Features

High-tech sim man aids BC students

Myrissa Johns, News Editor

“Clear!” students yelled to ensure that no one was touching their patient as they delivered a shock to the Code Blue cardiac arrest patient, working to get its pulse back... read story

April 2, 2014 • 0 comments

Reviews

Game Review- 2D classic shooter proves it is worthy, Mercenary Kings

Mercenary Kings gives you the classic feeling of Metal Slug with an RPG element that will have you grinding on enemies to collect supplies to upgrade your gear for hours. You... read story

April 2, 2014 • 0 comments

Sports

Soccer club suffers an 8-1 loss against CSU Northridge after bye week

Elias C. Ahumada, Reporter

After a long bye, the Bakersfield College men’s soccer club returned to the field on March 22 at Bakersfield College, where they hosted division rival CSU Northridge and... read story

April 2, 2014 • 0 comments

Opinions

Pro Con Construction causes concern

Robert Mullen, Myrissa Johns, Editors

Pro Traffic congestion makes the widening a must do I am all for the widening of 24th Street because I believe that it needs to be done, regardless of what opponents might... read story

March 19, 2014 • 0 comments