The Renegade Rip

Women’s soccer concedes second defeat of the season against Clovis College

Franco Castelo, Reporter

September 28, 2018

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The Renegades women’s soccer team played against Clovis College on Sept. 21 at Memorial Stadium, leaving with their second loss of the season. Throughout the game, both teams showed their endurance and training, making callouts and finishing shots. The first half both teams had great possession going back-and-forth on the field. Clovis scored the first goal with 11 m...

Women’s volleyball trumps Citrus College

Haley Duval, Reporter

September 28, 2018

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The Bakersfield College women’s volleyball team looked to improve on their impressive 10-1 start to the season when they faced Citrus College at home on Sept. 26. The ‘Gades came out of the gate hot, and won the first game by a score of 25-15. Sophomore setter Sarah Armendariz helped keep momentum on the side of the Renegades by being active at the net, both of...

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church hosts for the third time in a row International Peace Day

Haley Duval, Reporter

September 27, 2018

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church and Justice Committee in downtown Bakersfieldjoined the rest of the world to host the global annual eventInternational Day of Peace (Peace Day) on Sep. 21. For the third year in a row the church welcome the community to join them for meditation on peace and loving-kindness, violin and flute music, threshold choir singing, [sacred] words, and candl...

Bakersfield College has annual “Transfer Day” event

Katalina Quintanilla, Reporter

September 14, 2018

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Bakersfield College held its yearly Transfer Day in the Renegade Crossroads on Sept. 10. There were 50 colleges and universities providing information to potential transfer students. Not only were representatives from various California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) campuses present, but out-of-state universities and fashion and design colle...

Village Fest is a hit with local residents

Hector Martinez, Features Editor

September 14, 2018

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The Bakersfield annual Village Fest took place at the Kern County Museum on Sept. 8, and anyone over 21 years of age had the opportunity to taste from many different beers and wine brewers. The event was a fundraiser for Kern County Children’s Advocates Resource Endowment (CARE). Even though the event started at 6 p.m., there were some people arrived earlier becau...

BC’s wrestling teams sweeps victory in first match

September 14, 2018

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Bakersfield College’s wrestling team triumphed over Victor Valley in their first match of the season with a stunning defeat of 56-0. Multiple Renegade players, including Josiah Quiroz and Jeremy Turner, won by forfeit. Kevin Mello and All-American Jeremy Maas withheld long duels to come away with wins. Heavyweight Jacob Hall had to endure the most but still ended his...

BC’s men’s soccer team wins two games in a row

Malachi Parker, Reporter

September 14, 2018

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The Renegades men’s soccer team played host to East Los Angeles Community College on Sept. 11. With a back and forth game, and a few controversial calls, the Renegades came out with a 2-1 victory to even their record at 2-2. In the first 15 minutes, the Renegades struck first courtesy, of Edgar Gonzalez striking the ball into the back of the net. However, that w...

Michelle Guerrero’s “Mr.Baby” exhibit is on display at the Bakersfield College Library

Michelle Guerrero’s “Mr.Baby” exhibit is on display at the Bakersfield College Library

September 13, 2018

The directors of the Wylie and May Louise Jones Gallery located inside the Grace Van Dyke Library at Bakersfield College have decided to feature the artwork...

“The Nun” doesn’t come through with good scares

Ruben Lira, Reporter

September 13, 2018

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“The Nun,” a horror film released Sept. 7, is not as great as it would seem. The movie is a spinoff of the Conjuring and part of the Conjuring universe. The film is set in 1952 and tells of a demon that resides in a church, killing nuns. The film explains the nun from the conjuring is part of the storyline in the universe it is shared in. The film starts with two nuns...

Happytime Murders is an absolute disappointment

Happytime Murders is an absolute disappointment

Ruben Lira, Reporter

September 5, 2018

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“The Happytime Murders” is not a film worth a watch in theatres.

Kern County holds its 24th Hispanic Business Conference

Kern County holds its 24th Hispanic Business Conference

August 31, 2018

The 24th annual Kern County Hispanic Business Conference (KCHCC) and Exposition took place at the Bakersfield Marriott at the Convention Center Aug. 30...

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