The Renegade Rip

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

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

January 26, 2017

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...

Woman attacked by a male near the college campus

Mario Saldaña, Digital Content Editor

January 23, 2017

The Bakersfield College Department of Public Safety was informed of an incident that occurred on Christmas Tree Lane near Mt. Vernon Avenue between 8:30 am and 9:00 am on the morning of Jan. 23. A female student walking to the campus this morning on Christmas Tree Lane near Mt. Vernon Avenue noticed a Hispanic Male, late teens to early 20’s Average build, 5’2”,...

Losing streak for Renegades is over

Losing streak for Renegades is over

September 20, 2016

The BC men’s soccer team broke a three-game losing streak on Sept. 16 with a 4-1 home victory over Allan Hancock. The Renegades allowed 11 goals during...

Women’s soccer sees mixed results against tough teams

Women’s soccer sees mixed results against tough teams

Kyle Cortez, Managing Editor

September 20, 2016

The BC women’s soccer team (3-2-2) has gone 1-2-1 in their last four games after starting the season 2-0-1. The Renegades beat College of the Sequoias...

Tennis serving up the heat

Marcus Castro, Contributing Editor

February 3, 2016

After a rough 2015 season for both Bakersfield College men’s and women’s tennis teams, they opened with wins and are striving for a winning record this season. BC men’s tennis closed out last season with a 3-10 record, and coach Nicholas Jacobs explained that he doesn’t see that repeating this season. “For the men, I have pretty high expectations,” said Jacobs. The...

BC students audition in front of performing arts professor Kimberly Chin.

Students audition for upcoming production

December 2, 2015

  Auditions for Bakersfield College play and theater class were held on Nov. 18 and 19 in the BC Indoor Theater. Students had an opportunity to...

Parking on campus not worth what you pay for

Parking on campus not worth what you pay for

December 2, 2015

Driving through the parking lots on campus, I noticed how they were falling apart. The parking lot surrounding the football stadium and the parking lot...

BC Jazz Ensemble presents contemporary works

BC Jazz Ensemble presents contemporary works

November 18, 2015

    The Bakersfield College Jazz Ensemble presented classic and contemporary works at the Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert of 2015. The co...

Disabled Awareness Day promotes self-advocacy for disabled students

Former BC professor Chuck Wall speaks about his continued “Random Acts of Kindness” campaign.

Carl E. Littleberry Jr., Reporter

November 4, 2015

Bakersfield College hosted its first Disabled Awareness Day in the BC fireside room Oct. 28. The event consisted of a four-person panel, and l...

Sharren Olsen and Joe Wright shared information about BC’s adaptive fitness program which is offered as a class here at BC. Adaptive fitness allows those who may not be able to fully participate in normal classes or sports to still workout and remain fit with custom workout plans and training

Resource Week Informs

November 4, 2015

  Resource Week on the Bakersfield College campus, sponsored by the BC Office of Equity & Inclusion and the BC Student Alumni Nexus, was...

Sen. Jean Fuller credits BC as her gateway to success

Sen. Jean Fuller credits BC as her gateway to success

November 4, 2015

Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller credited Bakersfield College for playing a huge role in where she is now. “Bakersfield College was the gate...

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