PMS applies to not only women, but men

Lily Fahel

March 21, 2007

Filed under Opinion

Headaches, bloating, sugar cravings and cramps are just a few of the 150 possible symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome. However, the symptoms that commonly create tension and possibly even breakups in relationships are irritability,... Read more »

Spring break needs to go

Staff Editorial

March 21, 2007

Filed under Opinion

This time next week, Bakersfield College will be in the middle of Spring Break. This vacation was originally designed to be the break in-between the second and third quarters at most four-year universities. Is a spring break... Read more »

Races bring out vintage visitors

Jeremy Terrazas

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

An estimated 35,000 to 40,000 fans and about 500 racers gathered at Famoso Raceway from March 9-11 for the 49th anniversary March Meets, known as The Jewel Of Nostalgia Racing. The first racers took off at 8 a.m. Friday morning... Read more »

Renegade Room wine-tasting event

Earl Parsons

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

The Bakersfield College Food and Nutrition program hosted its second annual charity wine dinner on March 16 to refurbish the Renegade Room. According to Chef Pat Coyle, "This [was] the biggest, fanciest thing we have done all... Read more »

McCarthy returns for chamber luncheon

Ashlee Flores

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce invited Congressman Kevin McCarthy to speak in Bakersfield, for a luncheon March 16 held at the Holiday Inn Select. McCarthy is the 22nd Congressional District Representative of California.... Read more »

Firefighters practice low-visibility situations

Katherine J. White

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

The disconcerting blur of flashing fire truck lights along the Panorama Drive bluffs this March should ultimately prove comforting. The Bakersfield Fire Department activity along the bluffs should be very comforting especially... Read more »

Hit-and-run accident dents squad car

Kyle Beall

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

A hit-and-run occurred on the Bakersfield College campus March 6 that damaged the driver-side door of a BC public safety cruiser. Su Htun, 21, of Bakersfield, allegedly backed out of a handicapped parking space in the BC Fine... Read more »

Safety lights upgrade

Kyle Beall

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

Out of the 12 emergency call stations located on the Bakersfield College campus, or Code Blues, only seven are functional. Four of the Code Blue phones don't work at all, according to Mark Graf, chief of the department of public... Read more »

Online election for SGA

Earl Parsons

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

Student Government Association elections will be held during Spring Fling week, March 26-30. The seven paid positions of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, general counsel, activities liaison and legislative liaison... Read more »

Painful lessons learned in Korean Marines

Katherine J. White

March 21, 2007

Filed under News

He was slapped for snoring. That is what happened to 25-year-old Bakersfield College business major Seung-Hwan "Sam" Kim when he served in South Korea's Marine Corps. Kim is currently a calculus and lower-division math tutor... Read more »

Men lose playoffs to Santa Ana

Crystal Roberts

March 7, 2007

Filed under Sports

The Bakersfield College men's basketball team lost its chance to continue in the state regional playoffs against Santa Ana College on Feb. 23. The Renegades started out slowly, trailing Santa Ana by eight points. BC eventually... Read more »

New tennis coach leads women

Taylor M. Gombos

March 7, 2007

Filed under Sports

The Bakersfield College women's tennis team started their season on Jan 15. The team is under the leadership of first year coach Gene Lundquist. Lundquist comes to the Renegades after spending 35 years at Calcot, LTD where he... Read more »