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Crime Beat for Nov. 16, 2001

November 16, 2001

Auto break-ins, bike theft strike campus A pair of vehicle break-ins and a bike theft occurred within days of each other. Campus police reported that the driver-side window of a 1985 red Toyota Celica in the southwest parking lot was forced down, and a stereo face along with two speakers were stolen from the car at 8 p.m., Nov. 5. The next day, a green 1999 Toyota Tacoma tr...

CLUB CORNERLatter-day Saints Student Association

Henry Franco

November 16, 2001

Thirty students are members of a Bakersfield College club that advocates campus unity. That club is the Latter-day Saints Student Association, a club that is starting up again after a few years of being inactive. The club's new adviser is English professor Cynthia Hubble. According to LDSSA President James Willey, the club's main purpose is to create camaraderie among the...

MOVIE MINUTE’Heist’

Jarrod M. Graham

November 16, 2001

Hollywood veterans Gene Hackman and Danny DeVito star in "Heist," a movie that says it isn't just plain love that "makes the world go 'round," but rather the love of gold. Hackman plays Joe Moore, the leader of a group of professional burglars, including Bobby (Delroy Lindo), Pinky (Ricky Jay) and Fran (Rebecca Pidgeon), Joe's wife. The group — funded by greedy crime...

MOVIE MINUTE’K-Pax’

Micayla Elliott

November 2, 2001

Kevin Spacey and Jeff Bridges star in "K-Pax," a movie that makes people question their own beliefs about whether or not there is life on other planets. Spacey plays Prot, a man without a past whose strange claim about being from the planet K-Pax puts him in a mental facility. His intelligence and knowledge of the atmosphere beyond human travel baffle doctors and top scientists....

ASBC NOTEBOOKStudent senate discusses health services

Maria Eutsler

November 2, 2001

More psychological services on campus, possible extended health center hours and the resignation of Terrie Bracamonte, the vice president of communications, were all topics discussed during a recent Associated Students of Bakersfield College Senate meeting. "At this point in time we do not have a vice president of communications," said Brian Feaster, vice president of legislation....

‘Gade Newsline for Nov. 2, 2001

November 2, 2001

EOP&S starts relief drive A penny drive is being sponsored by EOP&S for the children and families of the New York Disaster Relief Fund, care of the Salvation Army. Drop off your pennies in the big water jug in the EOP&S office, located in Campus Center 3. GADES cards being processed GADES cards are now being processed in the Student Activities Office. Office hours are 8 a.m....

Rip staff wins general excellence in print, online

October 25, 2001

The Renegade Rip staff won a total of 27 awards at the Southern California Journalism Association of Community Colleges competition held at California State University, Fullerton, last weekend. Students won awards in a variety of on-the-spot deadline competitions and mail-in categories, as well as the top award of general excellence for the newspaper. The Rip's new online ed...

Club Corner: Phi Theta Kappa

Micayla Elliott

October 25, 2001

About 30 students are members of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at Bakersfield College, but membership builds significantly during the spring semester. Phi Theta Kappa started at BC about seven years ago. Matt Shaw heads the organization and the club adviser is Tom Greenwood. "There are 10 active members and 30 total paying members," Shaw said. "The reason for...

‘Gade Newsline

Estella Aguilar

October 25, 2001

Pep Band needs musicians for game The Bakersfield College Pep Band needs musicians for the Homecoming football game Saturday. Rehearsal will be held on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. in SAM 2 at BC. Members of the Pep Band will perform at 6:30 p.m. for a pregame show, during the 7 p.m. game and at halftime. For more information or to register and participate, call 395-4546. ASBC...

Crime Beat

October 25, 2001

Student van catches on fire The engine of a 1990 Aerostar Ford van caught on fire at approximately 9:53 a.m. on Oct. 2 in the Fine Arts staff parking lot. The damage was reportedly electrical, according to the Kern County Fire Department. The student who owns the van put the fire out with a fire extinguisher before the fire department arrived. Staffer reports gas odor in...

Halloween Happenings

October 25, 2001

The Scaryville, The Kill, The Pin-Ups, Antiswazi Kitty Twister Jerry's Pizza 1817 Chester Ave. 6 p.m. Contact: 633-1000 Cost: $5 Halloween showdown prizes for inspired costumes. Night of the Living Dead The Dome Classic Boxing Arena 22nd and V streets 7 p.m. Contact information: 324-6550 Cost: Free Concessions will be available, along with trashy trailers and cult horror m...

‘GADE NEWSLINE, OCT. 12 2001Center seeks applicants for internships

October 11, 2001

The Center for Kern Political Education is looking for youths who show exceptional leadership potential to participate in the center's program. Students will be selected from Bakersfield College, California State University, Bakersfield and the Kern High School District. Those interested in receiving internships need to submit their applications by Oct. 15. For more information,...

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