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Incident on campus involved a male suspect exposing to students

Morgan Park, Editor-in-Chief

February 7, 2017

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Two incidences of indecent exposure sprung campus security into action around 7:21 p.m. on Feb. 6. In an email to students sent at 9:00 p.m., Department of Public Safety director Christopher Counts described the incident, saying the Bakersfield Police Department notified them of the first incident that had happened around 4:50 p.m. The suspect was a white male in their 20’s...

BC students take action against BPD

BC students take action against BPD

February 1, 2017

Just as last semester was coming to a close, Bakersfield College students Xavier Hines and Timothy Grismore were arrested and taken into custody by police...

A healthy trip to Washington, D.C.

A healthy trip to Washington, D.C.

February 1, 2017

Over winter break, Bakersfield College’s Ray Purcell was invited to the White House for his contributions in the field of Health and Wellness. He was...

SGA president reviews his term

SGA president reviews his term

Lizette Chavez, Reporter

February 1, 2017

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As elections for a new Student Government Association near, Matt Frazer’s term as SGA president will soon be coming to an end. Frazer sat down and...

Drought relieved by rain, but not beaten

Drought relieved by rain, but not beaten

February 1, 2017

According to a recent data poll from the U.S. Drought Monitor, 38 percent of the state of California is no longer in a drought, the largest margin the...

Card readers add extra security to BC campus

Card readers add extra security to BC campus

February 1, 2017

Bakersfield College’s 2017 Spring semester is slated to see many small-scale maintenance projects, but one of the most significant projects is already...

Bakersfield college obituaries

Bakersfield college obituaries

February 1, 2017

THOMAS H. DAVIS, III was on the Social Science faculty from 1965 to 1996.  He passed away on Sunday, Nov. 13th.  Tom was always ready to jump into a...

Ward 5 seat set for special election

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

February 1, 2017

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Following the death of City Council member Jeffrey Tkac, the residents of Bakersfield’s Ward 5 will have the opportunity to make their voices heard in a special election to fill the seat. Tkac took his own life on Jan. 5, a few weeks into his term. The Bakersfield City Council began their first meeting of the year by honoring Tkac, whom was remembered as a loving father...

Adjunct sentenced for sexual misconduct

Zach Sullivan, Reporter

February 1, 2017

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Former Bakersfield College adjunct professor Andrew Hubbard will serve a year in jail after pleading no contest to a felony sex charge in which he was accused of engaging in sexual acts with a minor. Hubbard, 27, reached a plea deal with the prosecution, which dropped three other charges against him. According to court documents, Hubbard received a text message on July 19,...

Bakersfield marches for women’s rights

Bakersfield marches for women’s rights

February 1, 2017

Bakersfield citizens gathered on the corner of Stockdale Highway and California Avenue the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as part of the Women’s...

Male suspect who’s involved in the incident in BC parking lot has been arrested

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

January 26, 2017

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The Bakersfield Police Department have arrested the suspect who was involved in the incident at the parking lot that involved a woman being sexually harassed on Jan. 23 early in the morning. The conformation of the arrest came from an email that was sent to BC students by the department of public safety director Christopher Counts with this official statement of events: “The...

Power outage leaves students frustrated

Lizette Chavez, Reporter

January 23, 2017

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A power outage caused by a fallen tree and a downed transformer resulted in the cancelation of classes on Monday morning. On Jan. 23 an email alert and text were sent out to students and staff at 9:16 a.m., though many students were already on campus before the alerts were received. Other students were left inconvenienced as some had a far commute. Diana Lopez, 20, did not...

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