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New SGA president revealed

New SGA president revealed

May 1, 2013

By Jazmine Montoya Reporter    As the spring semester comes to an end, we welcome incoming SGA president Travis Tillis. Winning by 228 votes in the elections that...

Students create chainmail with updated Medieval hobby

Students create chainmail with updated Medieval hobby

Jazmine Montoya, Reporter

May 1, 2013

Filed under Features

By Jazmine Montoya Reporter Chainmail is no longer just a thing of the past. It also isn’t the kind of chainmail you’re thinking of. Two Bakersfield Colle...

Results are in for elections

Jazmine Montoya, Reporter

April 17, 2013

Filed under Campus, News

By Jazmine Montoya Reporter   Election results are in. Bakersfield College students have chosen a new president and officers for the next school year. With 228 votes, Travis Tillis defeated Rudy Strong for Student Government Association president. Strong had 135 votes. All of the other elected officers ran unopposed. Elizabeth Gonzalez will fill the vice p...

Brides get good deals for a very worthy cause

Jazmine Montoya, Reporter

April 17, 2013

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By Jazmine Montoya Reporter   The Brides Against Breast Cancer foundation brought its Tour of Gowns back to Bakersfield for the second time to the Sheraton Four Points Hotel in order to raise money for those who are affected by breast cancer. BABC, which is now run out from Sarasota, Fla., is a national foundation that was started in 1999 and has been acti...

SGA holds blood drive on campus

SGA holds blood drive on campus

Jazmine Montoya, Reporter

April 3, 2013

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By Jazmine Montoya Reporter   The Student Government Association was pleased with the turnout for the Cesar E. Chavez Blood Drive held March...

The Empty Space presents a play of life, death and relationships with ‘Wit’

Jazmine Montoya, Reporter

March 14, 2013

Filed under Features

The tragedy of death was brought to life on stage this weekend. Director Porter Jamison, along with his cast, put on Margaret Edson’s “Wit” at the local Empty Space Theater. The story takes place in and near a university that is associated with a research hospital. It accounts for the final hours of Dr. Vivian Bearing’s life, an English professor of 17th century...

Color run for charity

Color run for charity

February 27, 2013

On a tour of 63 cities, the Color Me Rad run found its way back to Bakersfield for a second year. “This is our first race to be twice in one city...

‘Grow’  event held

‘Grow’ event held

February 13, 2013

In order to get students more familiar with the campus and the offers it has for them, SGA hosted a Grow and Go resource fair Jan. 30 in the Fireside Roo...

Students adjust to bus route

Students adjust to bus route

January 30, 2013

s stop located at Bakersfield College has made way for students to get to and from school for several months now. Although it has been up and running...

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