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Handheld vs. home consoles

Handheld vs. home consoles

Chris Miller, Reporter

September 23, 2015

Filed under Features

  When asked whether they prefer the higher production value offered in home-console gaming or the convenience and portability of handheld gaming,...

Village Fest was a success

Alex Rivera, Reporter

September 23, 2015

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  Local vendors, breweries, and wineries all made their way once again to the Kern County Museum for the annual Village Fest festival on Sept. 12. Village Fest was another soldout event with tickets being limited to the first 4,500 guests at $73 per ticket. The Kern County Museum had no choice but to send many people waiting in line home due to the venue reaching...

Annual Kern County Fair is back in town

Crystal Valdez, Reporter

September 23, 2015

Filed under Features

  The Kern County Fair is making its annual comeback to Bakersfield and students at Bakersfield College are looking forward to it. There will be a medley of carnival food, rides and games, musical performances – as well as animal interactive events, and these are only a fraction of what this year’s fair has to offer. Biology major Michael Martinez, 20, stated...

Bakersfield College hosts 61st annual Alumni Barbecue

Bakersfield College hosts 61st annual Alumni Barbecue

Carl E Littleberry Jr., Reporter

September 23, 2015

Filed under Features

  Bakersfield College hosted the 61st Annual Fall Alumni Barbecue on Thursday Sept. 17th in the BC Fireside room attempting to raise funds for...

Delano Grape Strike 50th anniversary

Javier Valdes, Copy Editor

September 23, 2015

Filed under Features

  The Bakersfield College campus will be celebrating the Delano Grape Strike’s 50th anniversary with a series of campus-wide events that illustrate the plight that sparked the farm labor movement of the 20th century. The Sept. 23-25 events will serve as a reflective for the Delano Grape Strike, which led to the multiethnic farm laborer’s union, the United Farm...

Journalists speak at first alumni Nexus event

Carissa Diaz, Reporter

September 23, 2015

Filed under Campus, Features

Alumni media journalists returned to Bakersfield College as guest speakers for Nexus’s Career Series. Their interview gave students a chance to become familiar with a career path and gave tips on building oneself in the workplace. On Sept. 18 Nexus hosted its first Career Series event of the year with guest Jeremy Price, President of iHeart radio Bakersfield, and Derek ...

Krispy Kreme grand opening

Rhiannon Stroberg, Features Editor

September 10, 2015

Filed under Features

  After nearly a decade since Bakersfield’s original Krispy Kreme doughnut shop closed their doors, the popular franchise re-opened to a new location on Sept. 1. Krispy Kreme kicked off their grand re-opening in Bakersfield by offering the first 100 customers prizes. However, the first customer in line received a different prize than the rest of the 99 customers....

New students welcomed

New students welcomed

September 10, 2015

  With the fall semester about to begin at Bakersfield College, there was a New Student Convocation where new students and parents of new students...

BC teaches at Kern Valley State Prison

BC teaches at Kern Valley State Prison

September 10, 2015

A majority of the students attending Bakersfield College are doing so for their own personal reasons, whether it is to transfer to a four-year university...

When your car gives up

Brooke Howard, Features Editor

February 4, 2015

Filed under Features, Opinion

I was 18 when I moved away to a big city without any friends or family. Needless to say, I messed up catastrophically more than a few times. Reoccurring statements included, “I have five dollars till Friday” or, “Oh, yeah, I can totally come to your party, pull an all-nighter and go to class at 6 a.m. the next day” or my personal favorite “Whoa, those $90 jeans...

How to impress your date while spending $5 or less at the movie

Darlene Mangrum, Reporter

February 4, 2015

Filed under Features

Being a college student and having a dating life at the same time is near impossible. Students are not exactly the richest people on earth and between buying books, supplies, and paying for college they don’t have much money left to live on. Which means, they have even less to spend on dating. After a long hard week of lectures, reading and homework every student needs...

Owner clears the air

Owner clears the air

Amber Hayden, Online Editor

February 4, 2015

Filed under Features

If you have ever driven down East 21st Street, you would have noticed both Narducci’s Café and Pyrenees Café, and of course heard about the recent...

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