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AYESAVY to play in LA

AYESAVY to play in LA

Lizette Chavez, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2017

Former Bakersfield College student Gregory Scoggins Jr., most commonly known by his stage name AYESAVY, will be performing in Los Angeles for the first...

Tehachapi hosts annual Apple Fest

Tehachapi hosts annual Apple Fest

October 17, 2017

Tehachapi community leaders, residents, farmers and the public from surrounding communities, gathered on Oct. 6-7 to celebrate the annual harvest of the...

BYP street party held downtown

Ambria King, Photo Editor

October 17, 2017

Kern Federal Credit Union, in conjunction with TBC Media, Advance Beverage, and a number of other sponsors, held the third annual Bakersfield Young Professional's Street Party in Wall Street Alley behind The Mark on Oct. 13. The party, which ran from 6-10 p.m. gave young professionals living and working in Bakersfield the opportunity to network and relax with other profession...

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...

‘Of Mice and Men’ play at the Empty Space

‘Of Mice and Men’ play at the Empty Space

September 7, 2017

The play “Of Mice and Men” was performed at The Empty Space Theatre from Aug. 25 to Sept. 9. The play is about two migrant workers who have big...

Mentalist blows minds on campus

Mentalist blows minds on campus

February 3, 2016

Bakersfield College welcomed students back for the spring semester with a Mindsurfin’ Mentalist show that encouraged student participation. Mentalist...

Heathcott brought the heat for volleyball

Heathcott brought the heat for volleyball

December 2, 2015

Daryan Heathcott brought out the heat in her last name all season long for Bakersfield College’s volleyball team. Her impressive sophomore campaign,...

Bakersfield Burrito Project feeds the needy and homeless

Bakersfield Burrito Project feeds the needy and homeless

November 4, 2015

Bakersfield College business major Belinda Lopez Rickett and her husband, English major Jason Rickett, are determined to feed the hungry and the homeless...

New Ag classes at BC open to students

Victoria Miller, Opinions Editor

September 23, 2015

  New Agriculture Mechanics classes are now available to Bakersfield College students. According to Norman Oilar, a BC Agriculture instructor, these new classes will be beneficial to BC and its students. “Agriculture Mechanics courses will benefit Bakersfield College as an opportunity to learn about the mechanized side of the Agricultural Industry. Bakersfield...

Bakersfield raised author driven by love and charity

Bakersfield raised author driven by love and charity

Elka Wyatt, Reporter

February 4, 2015

Aliza McCracken uses the universal messages of love, hope and faith to inspire through her art and writing. A gifted artist and author, McCracken, a...

Mind Surfin’ hypnotizes BC students

Mind Surfin’ hypnotizes BC students

February 4, 2015

Board certified hypnotherapist Rich Aimes stopped by the Panorama Grill on Jan. 27, and for those students in attendance they were treated to some mind-boggling...

Retired Marine a great example of the motto ‘Semper Fidelis’

Retired Marine a great example of the motto ‘Semper Fidelis’

February 4, 2015

Retired Master Gunnery Sergeant M.C. Long exemplifies the motto of the United States Marine Corps, “Semper Fidelis.” Adopted by the Marine Corps...

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