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BC Vice President leaves for Glendale

BC Vice President leaves for Glendale

June 21

Anthony Culpepper who served as Bakersfield College’s vice president of finance and administrative services since March 2014, has accepted a pos...

Smoking issue still unsettled

Marcus Castro, Contributing Editor

May 3

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The ongoing discussion of a smoking policy being implemented at Bakersfield College may be very near its end. The policy was supposed to be finalized in March of 2016, but due to questions of individuals of the District Consultation Council they are not able to be answered yet. Dean of Allied Health Cindy Collier said, “The last time I was informed, it went to what...

Once again, counselors face backlog at end of year

Carl E. Littleberry Jr., Reporter

May 3

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Bakersfield College’s counseling office has stopped accepting formal appointments for the last two weeks of the school year, forcing students to wait until after the early registration periods for BC has ended. Kathy Rosellini, a BC counselor, confirmed that the counseling offices have stopped accepting appointments during the last month of school due to registration for...

Fish and Wildlife gives kit fox information

Joe Bergman, Photo & Sports Editor

May 3

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As part of The Renegade Rip’s ongoing investigation into the removal of kit foxes from Memorial Stadium, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife was contacted, and provided legal and regulatory information regarding the protection of kit foxes. During this contact with Fish and Wildlife, it was learned that Bakersfield College is subject to an active invest...

Kit-fox probe begins

Kit-fox probe begins

May 3

California Department of Fish and Wildlife has launched an investigation into the removal practices that were employed by Bakersfield College Faciliti...

Kit Fox Investigation Timeline

Kit Fox Investigation Timeline

May 3

Summer 2014: Ed Davis, a BC community alum, informs Craig Rouse, then manager of Facilities, Maintenance, and Operations, that kit foxes dwell in the hill area i...

Kit fox: BC admin responds to kit fox issue

Kit fox: BC admin responds to kit fox issue

April 19

In an interview with The Rip on April 13, Anthony Culpepper, vice president of Finance and Administration at Bakersfield College, explained the admin...

BC will offer new degree

BC will offer new degree

April 19

Bakersfield College is taking on a new degree program in which students can get their Associates in Arts in Elementary Teacher Education. A presentation...

Group supports Measure F tax that would benefit libraries

Group supports Measure F tax that would benefit libraries

April 19

On June 7, the voters of Kern County will have the opportunity to voice their opinion on a new ballot measure that aims to fund our public libraries with...

Kit fox: ESRP expert responds to the handling of kit foxes

Kit fox: ESRP expert responds to the handling of kit foxes

April 5

Regarding the issue of eradicating kit foxes from Bakersfield College’s Memorial Stadium, an expert from the Environmental Species Recovery Progra...

Kit fox: Removal methods questioned

Kit fox: Removal methods questioned

April 5

The Renegade Rip has been investigating claims that officials at Bakersfield College violated the Federal Endangered Species Act, namely in the eradi...

BC to start one of the first Public Health Pathways

BC to start one of the first Public Health Pathways

April 5

Starting in fall of 2016, Bakersfield College will begin implementing one of the first Public Health Services pathways for a community college in the state. The...

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