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    Student mourns sister killed in Vegas

    By Christopher Mateo Editor-in-Chief         Bailey Schweitzer became one of the 58 people who died in the Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Festival on Oct. 1.      Bailey Schweitzer was...
    October 10, 2017 602 0
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    UPD ready in case of mass shooter scenario

    By Runa Lemminn, Sonia Lemus, & Vincent Perez Runner Staff       The mass shooting in Las Vegas has students at CSU Bakersfield reconsidering attending venues with large crowds.   Cashmere Toney, a liberal studies...
    October 10, 2017 259 0
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    Vegas instills anxiety

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor Gunfire and screams filled the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1. Melissa Ramirez, a CSU Bakersfield graduate was one of the victims who died in the shooting. President...
    October 10, 2017 233 0
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    ASI release more details about commencement 2018

    By Sonia Lemus Assistant News Editor   Associated Students Inc President Mariela Gomez gave an update on the plans for Commencement 2018.   Gomez informed the commencement will consist of one undergraduate ceremony that will begin...
    October 10, 2017 253 0
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    Edible Garden: Healthy food coming soon

    By Mario Hernandez News Reporter   CSU Bakersfield will soon have a garden on campus. The garden is set to provide fresh produce to students, staff, and faculty.   Economics Department Chair Aaron Hegde then-graduate student...
    October 10, 2017 515 0
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    SRC brings new equipment to improve services

    By Ola Iduma News Reporter   There are new changes in the CSU Bakersfield student recreation center, and some existing problems have been fixed.   At the beginning of the semester, the card swipe machine at...
    October 10, 2017 403 0
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    A new brew on campus: Starbucks

    By Alexis Redding Reporter     CSU Bakersfield began construction on Starbucks Coffee Company on July 1 located inside the campus bookstore. Instead of traveling off campus to high-volume Starbucks locations with ongoing lines, students, staff...
    October 10, 2017 223 0
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    Student atheletes discuss diversity at confrence

    By Tanner Harris News Reporter   Student athletes and administrators alike gathered at the Kegley Center on Sunday, Oct. 1st for the annual National Association of Academic and Student-Athlete Development Professionals (N4A) Region V Conference.  ...
    October 10, 2017 89 0
  • Features

    YouTuber shares experience through film

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor  “I had just left my house, and I grab my cane and go outside. All of a sudden this woman links her arm to mine and says ‘I help you,’” said...
    October 10, 2017 210 0
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    The ‘City of Inmates’ comes to CSUB

    By Veronica Morley Features Editor On Friday, Oct. 6, the Kegley Institute of Ethics hosted Kelly Lytle Hernández, associate professor of history at UC Los Angeles and author of “City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the...
    October 10, 2017 212 0

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