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Public safety issue email of bomb threat near campus

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

March 23

Filed under News, Top Stories

Christopher Counts, the director of department of public safety, issued out an e-mail of a false bomb threat located near the Bakersfield College at the GET bus stop north of the campus on March 17. Around 11:35 a.m. public safety received a phone call from the GET bus dispatch center, informing them about an individual male attempting to board a bus, but was rejected from...

‘Logan’ A Wolverine movie made just for fans

‘Logan’ A Wolverine movie made just for fans

Daulton James Jones, Reporter

March 21

Filed under Reviews, Top Stories

Let me start off this by just telling anyone who is a personal fan of Wolverine, your feelings are going to be hurt, so maybe see this alone. This past...

Renegades showing improvement

Renegades showing improvement

Sam L. Jaime, Sports Editor

March 20

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The Bakersfield College baseball team appears to have turned a proverbial corner since opening conference play Feb. 25. In that span, the Renegades...

Bakersfield College dealt ace in Mckenna Valencia

Bakersfield College dealt ace in Mckenna Valencia

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

March 20

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The Bakersfield College Renegades softball team is on the hunt for another good season with many returning and new athletes helping the team game after...

Renegade Rip takes home awards from ACP and CCMA

Renegade Rip takes home awards from ACP and CCMA

March 20

Bakersfield College’s student newspaper staff earned several individual honors, including two first places, and four awards for best newspaper and online...

BC professor honored with award

BC professor honored with award

March 16

Bakersfield College communication professor Bryan Hirayama was recently awarded the Western States Communication Association 2017 Distinguished Teaching...

The sons of two former faculty continue their legacy

The sons of two former faculty continue their legacy

March 16

Steve Schultz and David Rosales became friends in 1989 when they were chosen to work on the online program known as Banner for the Kern Community College...

The Lego Batman Movie: A new and hilarious look at The Dark Knight

The Lego Batman Movie: A new and hilarious look at The Dark Knight

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

March 2

Filed under Reviews, Top Stories

“The Lego Batman Movie” was such a fun and comedy filled movie that took me by surprise, even with the success of the last Lego Movie. When I heard...

BC men eliminated

BC men eliminated

Sam L. Jaime, Sports Editor

March 2

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The season ended for the Bakersfield College men’s basketball team Feb. 24, at the hands of a buzzer-beating circus shot by Chaffey in overtime. The...

Veteran advocates for better center

Veteran advocates for better center

March 2

Students who have served in the armed forces can face a different set of challenges when returning to school than those who haven’t served. From difficulties...

Memorial to be held for a long-time BC English professor

Memorial to be held for a long-time BC English professor

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

March 1

Filed under News, Top Stories

Bakersfield College will hold a memorial for long-time English professor Nancy Edwards on March 4 to celebrate her life. The memorial will feature poetry...

BC faculty speaks on textbooks

BC faculty speaks on textbooks

March 1

Textbooks have long been a topic of discussion among students in the college system — be it lamentations over their price, their necessity, or their...

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