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Journalist Mark Truant speaks about Native Americans at CSUB “Walter Presents” series

Diana Coronado, Reporter

February 25, 2018

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On Feb. 13, California State University Bakersfield’s “Walter Presents” series welcomed their students, faculty, and community members with guest speaker Mark Trahant. He touched base on his thoughts and knowledge about the state of health care for Native Americans. Trahant is an independent journalist who is a member of the University of North Dakota as the Charles...

South High School students’ geometry art gallery, “Geometrix,” hosted at the Empty Space

South High School students’ geometry art gallery, “Geometrix,” hosted at the Empty Space

Issy Barrientos, Reporter

February 25, 2018

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On. Feb. 17, The Empty Space hosted the reception for the South High School Geometrix art gallery. Geometrix is the use of geometry to create art. The...

Local author shares advice at writer’s workshop

Melissa Puryear, Managing Editor

February 25, 2018

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The Writers of Kern (WOK), a local non-profit, which focuses on providing a support channel for writers to sharpen their writing craft, share their work, and network with other authors by attending monthly meetings, workshops and conferences, hosted member and guest speaker L.J. Martin, an accomplished writer and founder of Wolfpack Publishing. The workshop was held at Hodel...

Bakersfield hosts “The All of Us Journey”

Melissa Puryear, Managing Editor

February 11, 2018

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Bakersfield was the 6th city on the tour calendar this year for The All of Us Journey, an interactive mobile unit on wheels, which houses demonstration segments about Precision Medicine (PM). The “Journey” is sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and was locally hosted by The National Alliance for Hispanic Health at Maya Cinemas, on Jan. 25. The ed...

The Panorama Invitational shows off Kern County High School students’ work

The Panorama Invitational shows off Kern County High School students’ work

February 11, 2018

The Panorama Invitational will be exhibiting the artwork of Kern County high school students at Bakersfield College’s Wylie and May Louise Jones G...

Musicians get together at The Kernville Saloon for a blues jam session

Musicians get together at The Kernville Saloon for a blues jam session

February 11, 2018

The deep bass of electric guitars, coupled with the boom of drums, and the hum of a couple of harmonicas belted out Classic Old Bluesy hits like B.B. King...

Japanese speakers talk about their lives in internment camps during WWII

Japanese speakers talk about their lives in internment camps during WWII

February 11, 2018

Two Japanese speakers addressed a crowd at CSUB on Jan. 30 to deliver a speech about how their lives were changed during World War II in the Japanese internment...

Locals celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer Stone”

Locals celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer Stone”

Christina Benavides, Copy Editor

February 9, 2018

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Hundreds of Bakersfield locals gathered at Barnes and Noble for the 20th anniversary of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer Stone,” the first book in th...

The California Dueling Piano’s road show arrives to Bakersfield

The California Dueling Piano’s road show arrives to Bakersfield

February 9, 2018

Rome Da Luce, 33, of Los Angeles and Michael Tuten, 34, of Las Vegas, are two dueling pianists with The California Dueling Piano’s road show that came...

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

February 9, 2018

California State University Bakersfield students, community members, and faculty gathered together on Feb. 6 to watch a performance of “Defamation ...

The new Kern Family Justice Center aims to help victims

The new Kern Family Justice Center aims to help victims

January 28, 2018

The Kern Family Justice Center has now opened a center here in Bakersfield, and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault are their priority. The...

Parents gather for SELPA conference

Parents gather for SELPA conference

Paige Atkison, Reporter

January 28, 2018

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The parents and guardians of special needs children gathered together at Hodel’s Country Dining for a conference early Friday morning on Jan. 26. The...

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