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“Fire and Fury” reveals few unseen tales

“Fire and Fury” reveals few unseen tales

Jenny Brito, Web & Social Media Editor

March 23, 2018

Filed under Reviews

Written by Michael Wolff, “Fire and Fury” offers an interesting perspective on what the White House is like with President Trump in command. The book...

Rally held in Yokuts park to oppose Trump

Rally held in Yokuts park to oppose Trump

September 7, 2017

In favor of the about 100 people that attended a rally at Yokutz Park, the National Monuments that are in California were not a part of the three that...

BC professors surprised by Trump’s win

Veronica Morley, Reporter

December 2, 2016

Filed under News

This last election season drew out a great deal of attention, reaction and outrage. Since Election Day concluded with the announcement of Donald Trump as the new President-elect, protests and riots have ensued in multiple cities and universities throughout the country and social media. Two Bakersfield College professors weighed in with their professional opinions and views...

Donald Trump: Yes or No? (Pro)

Joe Bergman, Photo and Sports Editor

April 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The President of the United States is often considered to be the world’s most powerful person, leading the world’s only superpower. The president commands the world’s most powerful military, which is armed with the largest nuclear arsenal, and leads the world’s largest economy. One would think that a position with so much power would have stringent prerequisites,...

Donald Trump: Yes or No? (Con)

Freddie Ward, Reporter

April 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump is no longer a joke, and it’s time for voters to take this sexist, racist, bigoted, lying, and narcissistic candidate seriously. Currently, he has won 18 of 30 primaries and has approximately 800 of the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination for President of the United States. First and foremost, Trump has no knowledge of the Constitution...

Starbucks’ new cup sparks controversy

Rhiannon Stroberg, Features Editor

November 18, 2015

Filed under Features

A nationwide controversy took place on social media sites after the popular coffee chain Starbucks released their highly anticipated holiday red cup, which was literally an ombré tinted red cup rather than the traditional Christmas themed cups. Bakersfield College students expressed their opinions about the trending online topic. “I don’t go to Starbucks, so I don’t...

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