The Renegade Rip

‘Gade Newsline / Oct. 25, 200

October 24, 2002

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‘Gade Newsline / Oct. 25, 2002

October 24, 2002

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Alumni Pep Band to play at Homecoming The BC Homecoming Alumni Pep Band will perform Saturday as part of Homecoming festivities. The tailgate concert is at 6 p.m. and the game starts at 7 p.m., according to Robert Martinez, band and orchestra director. Call him at 395-4546 to reserve a seat in the band. Orchestra to hold Sunday Halloween concert A Hallow's Eve Concert...

Lack of ID cards creates headaches

Courtney Ross

October 3, 2002

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Bakersfield College students haven't been able to have their student identification photos taken because the company that creates ID cards has gone out of business. Problems with the GADES cards have been occurring since this summer, according to Andrew Bickers, director of student activities. "Since receiving the announcement about the company going out of business they...

‘Gade Newsline / Oct. 4, 2002

Jennifer Hubbell and Jennifer Hubbell

October 3, 2002

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BC Homecoming needs royal candidates Students who are interested in running for Homecoming king or queen should contact the Student Activities Office at 395-4355. Applications must be submitted by Oct. 17. Requirements are enrollment in six units, a minimum GPA of 2.3 and purchase of an ASBC sticker. Students can run independently or represent a club. Faculty members interested...

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Tracy Hostmyer

September 26, 2002

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BC president announces open meetings Open meetings with BC President Dr. Sandra Serrano are scheduled for: Oct. 21 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room and Oct. 19 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Finlinson Conference Center. Everyone on campus is invited to present suggestions, address concerns and visit. Beverages will be served. For more information, contact Debbie Spohn...

Crime Beat

September 26, 2002

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Security assists ill students Two Bakersfield College students experienced seizures within 20 minutes of each other in unrelated medical situations. A male student had a seizure Monday at 9:20 a.m. in the Language Arts building. First aid was administered. A female student was taken to Kern Medical Center after having a seizure in the Business Education building at 9:40 a.m.,...

Corrections

September 26, 2002

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A story about BC's new child care center in the Sept. 13 edition stated that the cost per day is around $28. That is the cost for fee-paying parents, said Denise Ehret, BC child care registrar. If parents meet income eligibility requirements, the cost is free. In the Sept. 20 edition, a story mistakenly stated that BC security guard John Steven Arias no longer was employed...

‘Gade Newsline / Sept. 20, 2002

September 19, 2002

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Women golfers place second in meet In the third Western State Conference mini-meet of the year, the Bakersfield women's golf team placed second for the third consecutive week. The College of the Canyons took first place, also for the third week in a row, according to the BC Athletics Department. Gloria Wright, the top BC finisher, scored 11 over par, 84, to place sixth overall. ...

Crime Beat / Sept. 20, 2002

Kimi Ramos

September 19, 2002

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Student reports indecent exposure A man allegedly exposed himself to a female student while she was walking near the gym on Sept. 6, according to Detective Mary DeGeare of the Bakersfield Police Department. The victim stated she was walking north of the east entrance of the gym when she looked through the glass doors and saw a naked man touching himself while sitting in a ch...

MOVIE MINUTE: ‘Swimfan’ dives into obsession

Kimi Ramos

September 19, 2002

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"Swimfan," directed by John Polson, surprisingly brings forth a good drama for teens seeking some crazy excitement in a movie. The film stars Erika Christensen of "Traffic" and Jesse Bradford from "Clockstoppers." When the new girl at school, Madison (Cristensen) falls for the champion swimmer on the high school team, Ben (Bradford), things seem innocent enough at first....

Crime Beat / May 10, 2002

May 9, 2002

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Parents have fight at music competition Bakersfield police were called when one parent assaulted another parent while they were attending a music competition on campus April 27 in the Fine Arts building, campus security reported. According to Detective Mary DeGeare, spokeswoman for the Bakersfield Police Department, a 50-year-old man shoved a 49-year-old man to the ground...

‘Gade Newsline / May 10, 2002

May 9, 2002

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Middle East 'teach-in' set for Wednesday Students and staff of Bakersfield College will participate in a "Teach-In for peace in the Middle East" Wednesday. The teach-in begins at 9 a.m. and features speakers, presentations, music and opportunities throughout the day for the audience to participate in open discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Bakersfield Mayor ...

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