• News

    ASI’s support for Greek life comes into question

    By Chris Mateo Editor-in-Chief   In an attempt to receive a $1,200 reimbursement from ASI, Fraternity Council President Sammy Schwartz stopped by the board of directors meeting on Friday to inform the board on the outcome...
    March 29, 2017 1920 1
  • News

    Concerns at AV campus brought up to ASI board

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief   Student concerns at the Antelope Valley campus were brought up to the Associated Student Inc. Board of Directors meeting on Friday. The Antelope Valley Representative of the Student Life Advancement Committee...
    March 29, 2017 982 0
  • Opinion

    Comic- Give Thanks

    November 30, 2016 1301 0
  • Opinion

    Hope for the future

    “We are not defined by our President,” would have been a better quote to display in student housing windows instead of the adolescent profanity we saw on the morning of Nov. 9. I wish I could...
    November 30, 2016 961 0
  • Opinion

    Black Friday overshadows Thanksgiving

    By Riley Heffernan Reporter  Every November, American families come together to celebrate perhaps the most important holiday regarding our national culture: Black Friday. In the past, the U.S. would customarily celebrate “Thanksgiving” the day before this...
    November 30, 2016 1033 0
  • Opinion

    CSUB needs to protects our undocumented students

    The political turmoil following the November election has slowly settled after weeks of protests, calls for vote recounts and petitions signed by millions asking the Electoral College electors to change their votes. As the reality of...
    November 30, 2016 730 0
  • News

    Student files complaint against CSUB professor

    To view communications professor Elizabeth Jackson’s video “Teaching While Black (TWB)” click here   By Esteban Ramirez Managing Editor   A CSU Bakersfield student has filed a complaint against a faculty member for retaliation. In September, communications...
    November 30, 2016 5945 1
  • News

    ASI reaffirms stance on discrimination

    By Javier Valdes Editor-in- Chief     CSU Bakersfield’s Associated Students Inc. reaffirmed its stance on discrimination by approving a resolution during Friday’s meeting that resolved the organization’s commitment to supporting active engagement in equity mindedness while...
    November 23, 2016 944 0
  • Basketball

    CSUB shows fight in loss to No. 10 Arizona

    By Peter Castillo Reporter   A rally by the CSU Bakersfield men’s basketball team came up short as the Roadrunners fell to No. 10 Arizona 76-68 in a nationally-televised matchup on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in Tucson,...
    November 15, 2016 597 0
  • Opinion

    E-sports gains popularity on university campuses

    By Brandon Redmon   Reporter Sporting events hum loudly with the cheers of thousands. The fans are cheering for their favorite players who do their best to win with only the thought of victory. This holds...
    November 15, 2016 749 0

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