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Japanese speakers talk about their lives in internment camps during WWII

Japanese speakers talk about their lives in internment camps during WWII

February 11, 2018

Two Japanese speakers addressed a crowd at CSUB on Jan. 30 to deliver a speech about how their lives were changed during World War II in the Japanese internment...

The California Dueling Piano’s road show arrives to Bakersfield

The California Dueling Piano’s road show arrives to Bakersfield

February 9, 2018

Rome Da Luce, 33, of Los Angeles and Michael Tuten, 34, of Las Vegas, are two dueling pianists with The California Dueling Piano’s road show that came...

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

February 9, 2018

California State University Bakersfield students, community members, and faculty gathered together on Feb. 6 to watch a performance of “Defamation ...

The new Kern Family Justice Center aims to help victims

The new Kern Family Justice Center aims to help victims

January 28, 2018

The Kern Family Justice Center has now opened a center here in Bakersfield, and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault are their priority. The...

Chelsey Williams plays in Bakersfield

Chelsey Williams plays in Bakersfield

November 1, 2017

Chelsea Williams, who’s a singer songwriter, had a concert on Oct. 20 at the Temblor Brewing Company in Bakersfield where she performed songs from her...

Delemate Residence hosts CASA fundraiser

Delemate Residence hosts CASA fundraiser

October 19, 2017

Couples for CASA, which took place on Oct. 7 at the Delemater Residence in Bakersfield, helped raise funds for CASA of Kern County and celebrated community...

Hamlet starts off the annual Shakespeare Festival

Hamlet starts off the annual Shakespeare Festival

October 4, 2017

“To be or not to be,” that was the main question on the opening day of “Hamlet” on Sept 29. The play revolved around two important themes: revenge...

Kern County Museum holds Village Fest to celebrate local restaurants

Kern County Museum holds Village Fest to celebrate local restaurants

Jenny Brito, Reporter

September 20, 2017

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The Kern County Museum opened its doors for the yearly Bakersfield Village Fest. The event drew approximately 5,000 people who enjoyed a night full of...

Mentalist bends metal with his mind

Mentalist bends metal with his mind

September 7, 2017

Bakersfield College welcomed students back for the fall semester with another edition of Mind Surfin’, a mentalist show. The performance, which took...

Renegade Struggles: Anthony Rodriguez

Renegade Struggles: Anthony Rodriguez

September 7, 2017

Being disabled was never a burden for Anthony Rodriguez, 29, a sophomore student at Bakersfield College who is majoring in Kinesiology. He loves to play...

A career that takes time but is worthwhile

Crystal Valdez, Features Editor

February 3, 2016

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Students at Bakersfield College who are interested in a career with any fire department should be well equipped with patience and perseverance, because the process is far from easy. Three crewmembers of Bakersfield’s Fire Station 8 each experienced similar hardships on their way to being hired as firefighters. Firefighter Ryan Parker, 35, fire engineer Marlon Ward, 38,...

Warren Miller film shown on campus inspire adventure

AK Pachla, Copy Editor

February 3, 2016

Filed under Campus, Features

Phi Theta Kappa and the Central Council of Ski and Sports Clubs presented sports filmmaker Warren Miller’s “Chasing Shadows” at the Bakersfield College Panorama Camups on Jan. 22. This is the latest work in Miller’s 60-year portfolio of more than 750 sports films, as well as books, articles, and non-fiction stories about skiing, snowboarding, and the people who are...

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