The Renegade Rip

Taylor earns her 500th victory

Robert Mullen, Reporter

May 1, 2013

Filed under Sports

By Robert Mullen Reporter With the end of the 2013 softball season, Coach Sandi Taylor is reflecting on the season and her 500th career win. Taylor has been the softball coach at BC for 23 years, with eight years before that coaching high school. “It is a big milestone, and I was really happy for this team to be able to get there, so that they could celebrate in it. So...

Bernardin to play for Alabama University

Bernardin to play for Alabama University

May 1, 2013

By Jason Reed Sports Editor Caitlin Bernardin already knows what it is like to be at a four-year school, this fall she will once again get that opportunity. ...

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...

Teacher goes extra mile to communicate

Teacher goes extra mile to communicate

April 17, 2013

By Luis Garcia Photo Editor   Over 140 students and faculty members packed the Levan Center at Bakersfield College to hear math professo...

New online publication an addition to humanities center

Luis Garcia, Photo Editor

April 17, 2013

Filed under Campus, News

By Luis Garcia Photo Editor   The premier issue of the “Levan Humanities Review” by the Norman Levan Center for the Humanities at Bakersfield College is now online. “Levan Humanities Review” is a new online publication that is publishing articles, essays, a book review, and poetry by staff and faculty of Bakersfield College, Taft College, Porterville C...

First DRFTRS event opens to packed house

First DRFTRS event opens to packed house

Martin Chang, Editor in Chief

April 3, 2013

Filed under Features

By Martin Chang Editor in Chief   A new type of music has hit Bakersfield with the help of local artists associated with the DRFTRS record...

Bringing back good music

Bringing back good music

March 14, 2013

The music world is full of artists who seem to be larger than life and unreachable. Plastic personas and producer-driven hooks dominate the airwaves while...

You might have a disability

Luis Garcia, Photo Editor

March 14, 2013

Filed under News

There are some people, incredibly intelligent people, no less who suffer from a learning problem associated with the inability to handle numbers and mathematical calculations. Just as dyslexia is a learning disability that inhibits the recognition of words and sentences, dyscalculia is a neurocognitive learning problem associated with the inability to handle numbers. Most...

Movie shows Pirate Bay still alive and well

Movie shows Pirate Bay still alive and well

February 27, 2013

There is currently another war taking place, and it is not being fought with heavy ammunition in the Middle East, but with files online. “TPB AFK:...

BC softball team off to a rough start in the season

BC softball team off to a rough start in the season

Robert Mullen, Reporter

February 27, 2013

Filed under Sports

Bakersfield College softball has hit the season hard, playing eight games in the last two weeks, leaving their current record at 1-10. On Feb. 12, th...

Jerry’s Pizza gets ‘Gassed’

Jerry’s Pizza gets ‘Gassed’

February 13, 2013

On a break from his performance at Jerry's Pizza and Pub, Kyle Gass spoke about his love for performing in Bakersfield. "I love performing in Bakersfield,"...

McCarthy honors BC football team

McCarthy honors BC football team

February 13, 2013

On Jan. 30, fourth generation Kern County resident and Bakersfield congressmen Kevin McCarthy honored the Bakersfield College football team. BC won the s...

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