’8 Mile’ is the role Eminem was born to play

Anissa Segovia
November 15, 2002

If you’re looking for power, energy, truth or just soft porn, “8 Mile” is a must-see movie. Eminem portrays Jimmy Smith Jr., also known as Rabbit, a young man who struggles with who he is and who he really wants to be. Brittany Murphy plays Alex , who is called his girl in the movie... Read more »

More than muscle mania

Demethrasis Blackmon
November 15, 2002

Exercising is one of the keys to healthy living. The fitness center, which is located on the north side of Gil Bishop Sports Center, is a facility that provides a wide variety of information, equipment and an atmosphere that caters to college students of all ages. The center is continuously supervised... Read more »

Remembering the brave

Tami Olivares
November 15, 2002

Natalie Aranda made sure to tell her children why there was a Veterans Day parade happening Monday. The Bakersfield resident said her children understood that some people have fought and died for the freedom of our country. “It is usual for us to come to all parades,” said Aranda. “But... Read more »

‘Gades won’t play in Potato Bowl

Leanne Cave
November 15, 2002

There will be nothing on the line Saturday as the 2002 Bakersfield College Renegades play their last home game of the season against Glendale College at Memorial Stadium at 4 p.m. With an overall record of 3-5, and 1-4 in the Western State Conference standings, there will be no state championship, no... Read more »

Ballistic ‘fingerprints’ may not be answer to shootings

Jennifer Hubbell
November 15, 2002

The recent sniper attacks have embedded a sense of fear into lawmakers and citizens everywhere. ? The newest plea for gun safety is to record the ballistic “fingerprints” embedded in a firearm as they are manufactured and sold. This would become standard procedure for all Californians wanting... Read more »

Hearings focus on high book prices

Jennifer Hubbell
November 15, 2002

What is the point of publishing the same book year after year, and changing a few words and then calling it a new edition? ?The point is for publishing companies to make money. ? If students have to buy new textbooks every semester, instead of being able to buy them used from other students, it can cost... Read more »

Measure G: Let’s not break taxpayers’ trust

Demethrasis Blackmon
November 15, 2002

With the passing of Measure G, Bakersfield College and all of the other colleges in the Kern Community College District will share $180 million in bond funds. This money will be used to upgrade aging facilities, build new classrooms and install modern equipment to prepare the colleges for the inevitable... Read more »

Natural Wonders

Mary Lamkin
November 15, 2002

My love of photography took root when I began hiking five years ago in the mountains of Flagstaff, Ariz., and during these past three years in the diverse mountain and desert areas of Kern County. Kern County has given me the beauty of the Mojave Desert and the waters of Lake Isabella and the Kern River.... Read more »

Q&APaul McCoy of the band 12 Stones

Roger Hornback
November 1, 2002

If you’re an MTV addict like me, you may have seen 12 Stones’ first video “Broken” a few months back when it was getting a lot of airplay or you may have heard their single “My Life” on “The Scorpion King” soundtrack. They are among several rock bands like... Read more »

Toby Keith unleashed at Centennial Garden

November 1, 2002

Country music superstar Toby Keith came to Bakersfield Sunday night to promote his new album “Unleashed.”

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