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“Fire and Fury” reveals few unseen tales

“Fire and Fury” reveals few unseen tales

Jenny Brito, Web & Social Media Editor

March 23, 2018

Filed under Reviews

Written by Michael Wolff, “Fire and Fury” offers an interesting perspective on what the White House is like with President Trump in command. The book...

Fulfilling my dream of visiting Brazilian landmarks including Christ the Redeemer and Copacabana beach

Jenny Brito, Web & Social Media Editor

February 25, 2018

Filed under Adventure, Opinion

Ever since I watched the movie “The Bucket List,” I have worked on making my own list. So far, it has two pages worth of ideas and things that I want to do before I die. I must admit that some of those things are near impossible to achieve; for example, flying in my private jet will be a bit difficult considering that I am a broke college student. Still, a girl can d...

WWE Smackdown wrestles it out in Bakersfield

Karla Gutierrez, Photo Editor

February 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Sports

“WWE Smackdown Live” on the USA Network had a television taping happen at the Rabobank Arena on Feb. 13. The doors opened with a near full audience at 3:30 p.m. This show included wrestlers like the current WWE Champion AJ Styles, current WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, Randy Orton, etc. The show started at 4:50 p.m. with a dark match [a non-televised match]...

Letting go of the idea of perfection

Letting go of the idea of perfection

Paige Atkison, Reporter

February 25, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

My name is Paige and I am a perfectionist. I spend hours each day thinking about how I can be more efficient with my time, how I can do more with my academic...

The Philadelphia Eagles fly against the Patriots

Naythan Bryant, Reporter

February 14, 2018

Filed under Sports

Super Bowl LII was played on Feb. 4 between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. The sport’s biggest game left nearly 100 million viewers in shock when the Eagles successfully defeated the NFL’s best team in recent years by a score of 41-33. The competition was filled with incredible plays, intense emotion, and a nail-biting finish that propelled a young...

Women!!!

Women!!!

Karla Gutierrez, Photo Editor

February 11, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Women have been attempting to find their place in the world, from the right to vote to obtaining equality. In professional wrestling, however, women have...

Break the stigma and offer help

Break the stigma and offer help

November 30, 2017

Filed under Columns

Suicide is a controversial topic. Even those who have never experienced it have a heavy opinion on the topic. I speak from my own experience of having...

Don’t feel guilty, it’s okay to indulge, just moderate

Jenny Brito, Reporter

November 30, 2017

Filed under Columns

If you walk around campus, you are likely to find a vending machine filled with snacks in virtually every building. Even in the bookstore, you can purchase anything you crave. You can see people eating in the most random places, such as the restroom. Yes, I am talking about the ones near the cafeteria. There is food that tempts us everywhere we go, but that is okay. I believe...

Bruno Mars performance has ‘no comparison’

Bruno Mars performance has ‘no comparison’

November 22, 2017

The first time I listened to “Nothing on You,” by Bruno Mars, I knew I would be a lifelong fan. In addition to his voice that has no comparison, his...

It doesn’t define me

It doesn’t define me

Christina Benavides, Reporter

November 20, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Our struggles are not always visible. I have a specific learning disability that affects my mental health and education. When you are a community college...

My first time at the LA Comic Con

Karla Gutierrez, Reporter

November 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Stan Lee Comic Con, also known as Los Angeles Comic Con, was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center Oct. 27 to 29. I’ve only been to the Bakersfield Comic Con, so I thought it would be interesting to go outside of my Bakersfield bubble and go to this convention. Plus, some of my favorite people were going to be there like Stan Lee and Pee-wee Herman; there were al...

Just try to Breathe

Just try to Breathe

Christina Benavides, Reporter

November 2, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

My courses at Bakersfield College have allowed me to socialize and interact with new people. This can sometimes be a nightmare for a person who is dealing...

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