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Kern County Scottish Society sponsors annual Celtic Festival

Kern County Scottish Society sponsors annual Celtic Festival

November 1, 2017

Kern County Scottish Society, a non-profit organization, sponsored the 8th Annual Celtic Festival on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Kern County Fairgrounds. Six...

Downtown hosts Mexican Independence day event

Downtown hosts Mexican Independence day event

September 23, 2017

On Friday, Sept. 15 Truxtun Ave. was blocked off for the first celebration of Mexican Independence Day (El Grito De Dolores) at the Kern County Liberty...

Renegades suffer narrow defeat against Riverside

Renegades suffer narrow defeat against Riverside

September 23, 2017

At the Saturday home game, the Bakersfield College Renegades suffered their first loss of the season against the Riverside City College Tigers, who won...

‘I See Stars’ show was an amazing rock experience

‘I See Stars’ show was an amazing rock experience

April 24, 2017

“Life is too short…buy the damn concert tickets.” I have lived by that quote for as long as I can remember. When I was a teen who predominately lacked...

Toerner still turning heads at BC

Toerner still turning heads at BC

Sam L. Jaime, Sports Editor

April 21, 2017

Among the power arms in the Bakersfield College pitching rotation the past two seasons, sophomore Austin Toerner has been tough to ignore. In his freshman...

Comedian Pablo Francisco comes to Bakersfield

Comedian Pablo Francisco comes to Bakersfield

February 16, 2017

Comedian Pablo Francisco came to Bakersfield on Thursday, Feb. 9.  He delivered a great performance to a sold out crowd at the Temblor Brewing Company...

How BC uses the Levan donation

How BC uses the Levan donation

February 15, 2017

Before he died in 2014, Dr. Norman Levan’s $19 million donation to Bakersfield College was the largest in school history, according to Levan Foundation...

Column: Making love last forever

Column: Making love last forever

J,R. Hensley, Photo Editor

February 1, 2017

I am certain I have shared numerous times that my husband and I have been together for 13 years. I boast the number because in the gay community, we...

BC’s swim team has been preparing for state

Mason J. Rockfellow, Editor in Chief

April 19, 2016

With the season’s only home meet now over, the Bakersfield College swim teams have spent the last two weeks preparing for the Western State Conference Championships. For the last couple of weeks, coach Matt Moon has been letting the team practice a little more freely, at least for the beginning of practice. “I’ve been letting them kind of do their own 20-minute...

Long season over for women’s hoops

February 17, 2016

[Photos By Mason J. Rockfellow and Joe Bergman]

Random Renegade

Misty Severi, Reporter

February 17, 2016

Bakersfield College sophomore Raven Segobia is getting an associate degree in geology next year before transferring to California State University, Bakersfield. “I’m hoping to get my master’s in geochemistry, and from there, I’m hoping to go into petroleum geochemistry and maybe do rock evaluation or become a consultant for a company.” When asked why she chose...

Chargers fan frustrated that the Broncos are Super Bowl 50 champions

Cameron Barksdale, Reporter

February 17, 2016

  As a San Diego Charger fan, the Super Bowl did not go as desired. If I disliked a team, it would be the Denver Broncos. The New England Patriots would definitely be a close second. Obviously, the Chargers did not make the playoffs with a record of 4-12. As the Super Bowl was getting ready to start, I was salivating, recalling the last time the Broncos were in the...

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