Pro Con Construction causes concern

Robert Mullen, Myrissa Johns, Editors
March 19, 2014

Pro Traffic congestion makes the widening a must do I am all for the widening of 24th Street because I believe that it needs to be done, regardless of what opponents might say. One of the primary reasons is the massive traffic problems. The street was not designed to handle the volume of cars that drive... Read more »

Pro-Con, Entertainment, take two

Sharida Rejon, Elias C. Ahumada
February 20, 2014

Pro “Say hello to my little friend,” as Al Pacino said in the classic film “Scarface.” This quote has been very popular among movie fans for more than 31 years since its release in 1983. The film, which turned out to be an instant classic, was written and directed very well. There have been many... Read more »

Admin changes hurt BC students

September 12, 2013

Another semester has begun at Bakersfield College, and students are clamoring to return to their academic glory after a summer of indulgence. Yet, it seems that the administration is still lost in the summer shuffle. More administration changes over the break, including the dean of students, have left... Read more »

Compensating college athletes can be beneficial to all

Nicholas Torres, Reporter
September 12, 2013

College athletes are some of the most dedicated and hard-working individuals in the world. They work tirelessly trying to make themselves better for their respective sport. As always, this topic brings on the question whether college athletes should be compensated for their efforts. I, like many others... Read more »

Wings are the thing

Bertin Rodriguez, Online Editior
September 11, 2013

Football season started Sept. 5 and what does every party need during your favorite football team’s game? Chicken wings. Do you know where to find the best chicken wings in town? Probably not, but you are not alone and up until now I included myself in this category. I had the pleasure of trying three... Read more »

Staff Editorial: Administrative Politics Should Not Harm Students

Staff
September 4, 2013

Another semester has begun at Bakersfield College and students are clamoring to return to their academic glory after a summer of indulgence. Yet, it seems that the administration is still lost in the summer shuffle. More administration changes over the break, including the dean of students, have left... Read more »

Cell phone lives up to name

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Graham C Wheat, Features Editor
May 30, 2013

By Graham C Wheat Features Editor Boost Mobile’s newest Android powered smart phone may be the answer to saving a phone from your drunken college escapades and general clumsiness. Aptly named, the Kyocera Hydro will survive the trials of any bumbling college student whose phone seems to be inexplicably... Read more »

Flags for Boston divide opinion

Adam Cree and Mitchelle De Leon, Reporters
May 1, 2013

PRO: By Adam Cree Reporter Deplorable: the only word to describe the Boston Marathon Bombing. Now, one brother responsible is dead and the other is in a hospital in police custody. Having sustained multiple gunshot wounds, including one to the throat, the last suspect has to write to communicate, a... Read more »

Preventing finals disaster

Robin Shin, Online Editor
May 1, 2013

By Robin Shin Online Editor   We all know that finals week is coming up, and this being my last semester at Bakersfield College, I can recall many memories as to how some of the people around me would study for their finals. I had friends who did the traditional idea of studying alone with the occasional... Read more »

Muertos Kitchen leaves people dying for more

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Ruben A. Perez, Reporter
May 1, 2013

By Ruben A. Perez Reporter Muertos Kitchen and Lounge downtown is a great place to get a great meal at a great price. The first thing to note about Muertos is its relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.  The lights are dimmed to just the right amount of light, and the brick walls are covered with magazine... Read more »

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