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Roger Hornback
December 6, 2002

No Doubt Rocks Steady

Roger Hornback
December 6, 2002

function openSlideShow351(){window.open(slideshowpath + 351,'selectUser',config='scrollbars=No,resizable=Yes');}CLICK HERE FOR SLIDESHOW Concert Review: Three female-led bands hit Centennial Garden recently and left no doubt in the fans’ minds that women singers know how to rock Bakersfield. No... Read more »

Club to restore campus fountain

Courtney Ross
December 6, 2002

The fountain next to the Science and Engineering building is being renovated over the holiday break. According to Joe Patterson, the president of the Engineers Club, the fountain has not been used in the last two years that he has been at Bakersfield College. The fountain is located in the quad area... Read more »

‘Gade Newsline / Dec. 6, 2002

December 6, 2002

‘A Christmas in Kern’ slated for Monday The BC Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will present “A Christmas in Kern” on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Fox Theater, 2001 H St. Children under 12 and military personnel in uniform are free, student admission is $3 and general admission... Read more »

MOVIE MINUTEA ‘Death Star’ of a movie

Lorenzo Miranda
December 6, 2002

“Solaris,” the remake of Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1972 movie of the same name, should be renamed “Slow-aris” for making its running time of 95 minutes seem twice as long. George Clooney stars as Dr. Chris Kelvin who is called on to investigate a series of strange... Read more »

Holiday spirit shines through in ‘Lightasmic’

Ben Oliver
December 6, 2002

Josh Barnett is an ambitious man. By the age of 9, he was already decorating his grandmother’s house with 1,000 Christmas lights. His one-man operation grew until 2001, when he had decorated his parents’ home with a computer-run display featuring over 185,000 lights synchronized with music. He... Read more »

Nursing student proves that he is ‘handi-capable’

Amber Garcia
December 6, 2002

Ryan Clark thinks of himself as an ordinary guy. He’s married and has several pets, loves to ski and ride bikes, is a great cook and is on his way to becoming a registered nurse. He’s usually too busy to stop and take into consideration the fact that he only has one arm. “I don’t... Read more »

Indecent exposure lands man in jail

Tami Olivares
December 6, 2002

A Bakersfield man pleaded guilty Nov. 8 to exposing himself at Bakersfield College, according to Kern County Superior Court records. Kenneth Wesley Peyton, 37, was on parole from previous indecent exposure convictions at schools, and received three years in prison. According to court files, Peyton came... Read more »

Hoop it up

December 6, 2002

While most of the students at Bakersfield College will be enjoying Christmas vacation, the men and women’s basketball teams will continue to hit the hardwood over the winter break. Women’s head coach Paula Dahl led her squad to its first home victory of the season Tuesday night as BC defeated... Read more »

Undefeated wrestlers compete in regionals

Leanne Cave
December 6, 2002

When the Bakersfield College wrestling team travels to Victorville on Saturday to compete in the Southern California Regional, it will represent BC in an unfamiliar way, undefeated at 9-0 in dual matches. This is the first time since 1973 that the Renegades have gone unbeaten with eight of the 10 wrestlers... Read more »

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