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Singer/ Songwriter Showcase was fun for both amateurs and experienced performers

Singer/ Songwriter Showcase was fun for both amateurs and experienced performers

September 20, 2016

A responsive crowd gathered at the Deedra Patrick Singer/Songwriter Showcase for a night of fun at Open Door Church on Sept. 16. Patrick’s show had... Read more »

The Kern County Fair opens todayband

The Kern County Fair opens todayband

Stephen Underwood, Reporter

September 20, 2016

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Bakersfield will host the 100th Kern County Fair on September 21. “This year is different from previous years because of the fireworks, stands, exciting... Read more »

iPhone 7 doesn’t excite as much as past models

iPhone 7 doesn’t excite as much as past models

September 20, 2016

Walking around campus you will find many students at Bakersfield College using an iPhone and it seems that when Apple releases a new product, it immediately... Read more »

Learning to fly without leaving town

Learning to fly without leaving town

September 20, 2016

Back in January, Bakersfield opened its doors to the California Aeronautical University – a brand new flight school that trains its students at a university... Read more »

Random Renegade (Staff Edition): Edward Borgens

Random Renegade (Staff Edition): Edward Borgens

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

September 20, 2016

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Political Science Professor Edward Borgens says he’s wanted to be a teacher ever since he was in elementary school. Both of his parents were teachers... Read more »

Animal rights protest the circus

Animal rights protest the circus

September 20, 2016

Animal rights protestors were seen making some noise at the Ringling Bro. and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus at Robobank arena this past weekend. To... Read more »

Allensworth Historic State Park to hold festival to celebrate its past

Allensworth Historic State Park to hold festival to celebrate its past

September 20, 2016

Next month, the 40th Annual Rededication of Allensworth Historic State Park will be happening on Oct. 8. This rededication is able to happen with the... Read more »

Local skateboarders have mixed feelings

Local skateboarders have mixed feelings

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

September 7, 2016

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In August of 2016, the International Olympic Committee voted unanimously to include skateboarding in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. With this vote, a heated... Read more »

Random Renegade: Fitzgerald Graves

Random Renegade: Fitzgerald Graves

September 7, 2016

Bakersfield College senator for the Student Government Association Fitzgerald L. Graves is one of the original members of the African-American Mentoring... Read more »

Campus hosts one-act plays

Campus hosts one-act plays

Misty Severi, Reporter

May 3, 2016

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The theater department of Bakersfield College hosted two one-act plays on April 27 in the Black Box Theatre.The first play, “You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody... Read more »

Chicano culture celebrated on campus

Crystal Valdez, Features Editor

May 3, 2016

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Bakersfield College’s MEChA hosted Noche de Cultura (Night of Culture) on April 28 to celebrate culture with students, parents, and faculty. The event took place in the Forum-West from 6p.m. to 9p.m. At the start of the celebration, the room was packed with parents eager to watch their children perform karate, which was part of the program. After the karate show, the room... Read more »

Random Renegade: Elizabeth Black

Random Renegade: Elizabeth Black

May 3, 2016

Bakersfield College student Elizabeth Black, 22, is planning to become a nurse after she graduates from BC. “I would like to be a nurse, but I’d... Read more »

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