The Renegade Rip

Go for the Gold

Rachel Cribbs

February 7, 2002

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OXNARD — Dr. Chuck Wall was afraid he would make a fool out of himself. Chosen to carry the Olympic torch in the 2002 Olympic Torch Relay, he feared that due to his blindness, he may trip and fall. "The fact that I am blind will cause some added difficulties for me which I am a little nervous about because I would like to jog, I don't want to just walk," the 61-year-old...

Bookstore offers new discount

Rudy Llamas

February 7, 2002

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The Bakersfield College Bookstore is offering a 5-percent discount on all textbooks to students with a valid 'Gades card sticker. The bookstore had a similar deal last year when it offered a 20-percent discount on merchandise except for textbooks. But officials came to realize that textbooks are the priority spending for students on campus. According to Omid Sharbati, vice...

New pool almost finished, work on Student Services building delayed

Elizabeth Gregory

February 7, 2002

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Bakersfield College has been undergoing major renovations on campus, according to Bill Rush, interim director of maintenance at BC. "We will be upgrading the campus not only for safety," Rush said. "But in the last 40 to 50 years, there has been a tremendous amount of change in technology." One of the buildings that is under construction is the Student Services building,...

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February 7, 2002

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Outage forces cancellation of all Wednesday classes

Daniel F. Hunt

January 22, 2002

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Updated: 1/24/02, 11:21 a.m. A break in the power grid system on the Bakersfield College main campus caused a disruption of power and a shutdown of the campus, as well as a cancellation of all classes Wednesday. Power was restored late Wednesday night, allowing classes on the main campus to resume today. The initial outage happened at 4:03 p.m. Tuesday, when a load line t...

profiles

Jarrod M. Graham

January 17, 2002

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Online Staff Profile Name: Chris Tolbert Age: Old enough to know better... Email: [email protected] Major: undeclared What I do: Favorite Album(s): "White Rabbit" by George Benson; "Kind of Blue" by Miles Davis; "Wu Tang Forever" by Wu Tang Clan, "Someday It Will All Make Sense" by Common; "Skydive" by Freddie Hubbard; "The Unseen" by Quasimoto. Favorite...

outage notes

January 17, 2002

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Juan Gutierrez, BC public information specialist: 747-1645 Jarrod Graham: "Is this the same outage that struck the campus yesterday afternoon?" Juan Gutierrez: "Yeah, it's the same one. It's a continuation." Graham: "So power was never restored from that time yesterday?" Gutierrez: "Until now, no. We have a team of electrical folk trying to isolate the problem. Some buildings...

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Jarrod M. Graham

January 17, 2002

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January 17, 2002

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SHOTS FIRED ON CAMPUSAnatomy of a disaster

December 31, 2001

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Several students, including football player, popular professor, among dead By Rachel Cribbs SPECIAL REPORTSHOTS FIRED ON CAMPUS BC counselors open their doors to students traumatized by shooting. NEWS Campus officials cancel job fair in midst of crisis. NEWS Pivens' parents express grief, sorrow over son's alleged actions. NEWS Families of victims outraged by BC's lack of preparedn...

AMERICA UNDER ATTACK’This is too big to be real’

Ryan Knaggs

December 31, 2001

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SPECIAL REPORTAMERICA UNDER ATTACK BC administrators scramble to implement emergency plan. NEWS City officials reassure residents that Bakersfield is prepared for the worst. NEWS Many people gather downtown to mourn for victims in prayer vigil at the Liberty Bell. NEWS Bakersfield blood banks put out urgent call for donors. NEWS EDITORIAL: The U.S. government needs to take immedia...

SPECIAL REPORTAmerica Under Attack

December 31, 2001

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