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Fans worried for change in BC tradition

Fans worried for change in BC tradition

September 6, 2012

After hearing about the changing of the football stadium’s home side and the parking changes, some people weren’t happy about it and some afraid to...

STAFF ED: Students unhappy with unsettling times

September 6, 2012

Filed under Opinion

In the process of creating this newspaper, our staff generally asks, “What’s going on around campus?” Now it seems that this question has spread campus-wide as students wonder about the state of this new semester. Parking fees and cafeteria food prices have risen, our student government officials have changed, and talks of budget cuts leave many wondering what their...

Volleyball sweeps first home catch

Volleyball sweeps first home catch

Nestor Fernandez, Reporter

September 6, 2012

Filed under Sports

In the opening match of the volleyball season, Bakersfield College served up a crushing, three-set home victory over Ventura on Aug. 29. The final numbers...

BC quarterback returns after injuring collarbone

BC quarterback returns after injuring collarbone

September 6, 2012

Last year, Bakersfield College’s starting quarterback, Brian Burrell, was named the starter, but broke his collarbone during a week 3 game against Antelope...

BC wrestling ready for new season

Jason Reed, Reporter

September 6, 2012

Filed under Sports

After a rough season filled with injuries and wrestlers unable to perform due to ineligibility, coach Bill Kalivas and the Bakersfield College wrestling team are back this year to redeem themselves and have bigger goals in mind. After finishing 10th in the state last season shorthanded on wrestlers, Kalivas believes his team can surpass what they accomplished last season...

COLUMN: Changes are best for BC

Esteban Ramirez, Sports Editor

September 6, 2012

Filed under Sports

A lot of people at the Bakersfield College season opening football game were against all the changes that were made at Memorial Stadium. Some didn’t like messing with the tradition by switching sides and others didn’t like all the parking and tailgating changes, but when I first heard about it, the parking wasn’t that big of a deal, and them switching sides to where...

BC cross country takes sixth in Ventura Invitational

Nestor Fernandez, Reporter

September 6, 2012

Filed under Sports

The Bakersfield College cross country team opened its 2012 season at the Ventura Invitational on Aug. 31 in Ventura College. There were a total of eight teams competing for the men in the four-mile run, and nine teams for the women in the 5,000 run. El Camino College finished in the top spot for the men’s four mile run, with a total time of 1:55:35, an avg. time of 23:07,...

BC’s Burrell ready for season opener

BC’s Burrell ready for season opener

August 29, 2012

Last year, Bakersfield College’s starting quarterback, Brian Burrell, was named the starter, but broke his collarbone during a week 3 game against Antelope...

Car thefts prevalent in BC lots

Jon Nelson, Features Editor

February 15, 2012

Filed under News

The Bakersfield Police Department arrested three suspects Feb. 8 in connection with the wave of Honda thefts on the Bakersfield College main campus. The first arrest happened after a Public Safety officer spotted a suspect looking under the hood of a tan Honda in the BC parking lot. The man attempted to escape, but the officer was able to detain him until police arrived...

Volleyball advances to postseason with strong finish

Zak S. Cowan, Editor in Chief

November 20, 2011

Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

Bakersfield College’s women’s volleyball team has been selected to participate in the 2011 California Community College Athletic Association’s Women’s Volleyball Championship playoff. The Renegades finished their season off with a sweep against West Los Angeles College 25-15, 25-15 and 25-12 in the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Nov. 17. They will face sixth-seeded...

BC ensemble plays classics

BC ensemble plays classics

Tyler McGinty, Opinions Editor

November 16, 2011

Filed under Campus

It may not have been filled with people in black turtlenecks, and hardly anyone was snapping their fingers, but the recital hall in the Fine Arts building...

Head on The Prize: A new school year at Bakersfield college

September 8, 2011

Students have many hopes and expectations for the upcoming school year. These three returning Bakersfield Students share these expectations and their history...

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