Author explains Islam and cosmic war at CSUB

Maryann Kopp
October 22, 2008

Cal State University, Bakersfield’s Kegley Institute of Ethics held its fourth annual fall lecture on Oct. 15 at the Dore Theatre. Reza Aslan, noted as “one of the nation’s most respected experts on Islam and the Middle East,” gave a lecture titled after his book “How to... Read more »

Women’s gold finish third in mini-tourney and James finishes fifth

Vincent Perez
October 22, 2008

Bakersfield College golfer Katherine James tied for 13th place with a 165 at the 9th annual Lady Otter Invitational Oct. 6-7 in Monterey as the BC women’s golf team competed against 21 other colleges and universities. At the Bayonet/Black Horse golf courses, BC finished in ninth place for the team... Read more »

BC falls to top team

Taylor M. Gombos
October 22, 2008

The Bakersfield College volleyball team has been up and down its last two matches, which included a loss to the state’s No. 1-ranked team LA Pierce. Pierce defeated the Renegades in three games 25-18, 25-18, 25-10 on Oct 14. During the match donations were taken, and t-shirts were sold for the... Read more »

BC wrestler focused

Vincent Perez
October 22, 2008

Freshman Addison Hay dedicates himself to the Bakersfield College wrestling team and does so by staying focused before and during a wrestling match. Hay does not need any pre-match rituals. As Hay said, “I just clear my head.” Hay, 21, discovered wrestling in 2002 at Foothill High School... Read more »

Mireles’ second year going strong

Vincent Perez
October 22, 2008

Cross-country athlete Cesar Mireles has finished first for Bakersfield College’s men in the last four consecutive races the team has competed in. Sophomore Mireles, 18, has finished first for BC multiple times, yet he believes he could finish better. He said, “I want to improve my times,... Read more »

Renegades win two, turn season around

Taylor M. Gombos
October 22, 2008

The Bakersfield College football team has used a strong running attack and a quarterback change to win its last two games and improve to 3-4 overall and 2-1 in the Northern National Conference. “We’ve got some extremely large guys up front that look to create some seams,” head coach... Read more »

Art teacher’s work shown in BC library

Katherine J. White
October 22, 2008

Everything about the Earth and its elements are good, said BC art professor Marlene Tatsuno. And she loves manipulating and shaping those elements: clay, glass, etc. Ever since high school, Tatsuno has enjoyed the sensations of working with clay and glass. At Tatsuno’s “Hands On: Home Grown”... Read more »

Local Halloween events scare and care for fun

Elizabeth Meeks
October 22, 2008

From creepy, gory, scary creatures to wholesome pumpkin picking and hay wagon rides, Bakersfield offers all to enjoy through the month of October in celebration of Halloween. Returning for its fifth year of “fear,” The Chamber Haunted attraction claims to be Bakersfield’s most horrifying... Read more »

BIT to perform for Homecoming

Seggan Moore
October 22, 2008

The Bakersfield Improvisational Team (BIT) has recently moved from The Spotlight Theatre to The Empty Space theater. Along with a location change came the addition of some new shows. Major League Improv, or MLI, are short skits performed in a head-to-head competition. Also featured are long form skits. Matthew... Read more »

Announcing the kings and queens

Elka Wyatt
October 22, 2008

Homecoming week has arrived at Bakersfield College. There are several activities planned for students, administration and faculty alike, including three-legged races, ultimate Frisbee, and tug-o-war. Prizes include gift baskets with gift certificates for Cruz Thru Car Wash, Coldstone Creamery, and various... Read more »

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