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Photographers and models meet up at FOX Theater for event

Gaiana Latelers, Reporter

May 4, 2017

Filed under Features

On the last Sunday of April, Jake Tovar held a meetup outside of the Fox theater for photographers, models, and artists of all types. The event was open to anybody who wanted to go and learn more about digital photography and modeling. The meetup was held outside of the Fox Theater at 4 p.m. Many attended and began talking to one another about their work and plans for the future. Jake...

Rudy Parris: Contestant of “The Voice” plays at festival

Rudy Parris: Contestant of “The Voice” plays at festival

May 3, 2017

Visalia’s Rudy Parris, a country music singer who attended the April 9 Haggard Boxcar Festival in Bakersfield, talked about his experience in becoming...

Renegade Adventures: R.A.D. Training Days

Renegade Adventures: R.A.D. Training Days

May 3, 2017

Growing up, my grandmother would always tell me that I would sooner see an ant in the sky than an elephant on the ground. I’m a bit of daydreamer, and...

MEChA hosts Noche de Cultura at BC Campus

MEChA hosts Noche de Cultura at BC Campus

May 3, 2017

Noche de Cultura, a BC event that highlighted various diverse dance performances from across the world, was held in the Outdoor Theater on April 21. The...

Two pre-commencement ceremonies to motivate students

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

May 3, 2017

Filed under Features

The spring semester is finally coming to a close, and for some this adds overwhelming stress because of the upcoming finals. For others it’s full of excitement and achievement because of graduation. On May 12, Bakersfield College will be holding graduation on the football field, and also separate Black and Latino/Chicano pre-commencement ceremonies.This is Bakersfield Colleges...

Renegade Struggles: Sam Moreno

Renegade Struggles: Sam Moreno

May 3, 2017

This year, I met six different people with their own individual struggles. Six strangers shared their lives with me and their willingness to open up is...

‘Border Brothers’ premieres at Fox Theater

‘Border Brothers’ premieres at Fox Theater

May 3, 2017

Bakersfield isn’t usually the first city in California that comes to mind when one thinks of movie production, but Hectic Films is trying to change that...

Renegamers hold Extra Life event

Renegamers hold Extra Life event

May 2, 2017

The Bakersfield College Renegamers hosted an Extra Life charity event for the second time, in partnership with California State University of Bakersfield...

Random Renegade: Robert Martinez

Random Renegade: Robert Martinez

May 2, 2017

Professor Robert Martinez has been a professional musician over 15 years, and has been teaching at Bakersfield College just as long. Martinez lived through...

Turning the page in BC journalism: Danny Edwards

Turning the page in BC journalism: Danny Edwards

May 2, 2017

After being in charge of the Bakersfield College journalism department for the past 13 years, professor Danny Edwards is retiring. Edwards will be replaced...

Turning the page in BC journalism: Erin Auerbach

Turning the page in BC journalism: Erin Auerbach

May 2, 2017

Erin Auerbach is going to be the new full-time journalism professor at Bakersfield College, replacing the previous professor, Danny Edwards, who is retiring...

Students concerned about cafeteria’s lack of nutrition info

Fernanda Martinez, Reporter

May 2, 2017

Filed under Features

Bakersfield College students have recently expressed their concerns that the BC cafeteria does not have nutritional information for the food items on their menus. Though it is not required under law, some students would like to receive this information when they ask for it. Food allergies, illnesses, and other personal food concerns are some of the reasons as to why students...

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